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We are dedicated to hiring members of the military community and value the unique skills, talents, and experience you bring to your career. Whether you prefer to work directly with patients or support those who do, you’ll have the opportunity to work alongside colleagues who are passionate about impacting the lives of others.

Our Mission

Inspired by faith, we will partner with our patients and communities to exceed their expectations for health.

How Our Values Align With Yours

  • Caring Spirit – we treat every person with the dignity and respect that they deserve.
  • Excellence – we are not satisfied with the status quo and are always innovating our practices to best serve our patients and our associates.
  • Good Humor – we embrace that laughter can often be the best medicine and focus on creating joyful, welcoming environments.
  • Integrity – we focus on doing the RIGHT thing, which is evident in the decisions we make and in the actions we take.
  • Safety – we strive to create and maintain an environment that is safe and secure for our patients and associates alike.
  • Stewardship – we utilize our resources to the fullest extent and in the best interest of our patients and associates.

Your unique background, characteristics, and talents can help us achieve our mission of transforming healthcare and impacting the lives of the people and the communities in which we live and serve. Join us!

Meet Our Military Employees

Frank Castillo ThenFrank Castillo Now

Frank Castello
Talent Acquisition Partner II

How has your experience in the military aligned with SCL Health’s values?

My experience in the military aligns closely with SCL Health’s values and it’s not a coincidence. When I joined the Military, like others before me, I had to raise my hand and take the “Oath of Enlistment” that I, Frank Castello, do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign or domestic. I recall being excited and I meant every word! In basic training, we were taught 7 core values – Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Self Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. As soldiers, we live by these values when we, always place the mission first, never accept defeat, never quit, and never leave a fallen comrade. I was lucky enough to be part of the elite, 101st Airborne Division – Air Assault! There I learned the value of Excellence, always keeping myself mentally alert, physically strong, and morally straight because we are the guardians of freedom and the American way of life. HOOAH!! Upon returning home from a combat tour in Iraq, I decided to leave the military. Leaving the military was a difficult decision but I knew whatever I did next, I definitely wanted to serve my community and fellow man especially the poor and vulnerable, which happens to be SCL Health’s mission! Wow, right up my alley! SCL Health is based upon 6 core values – Caring Spirit, Excellence, Good Humor, Integrity, Safety, and Stewardship. After all I’ve seen, done, and been through, I just wanted to help heal the world in whatever way I could. As a SCL Health Talent Acquisition Partner, I’m able to do just that. I help people get great jobs with an amazing company that values a caring spirit and honors the sacred dignity of each person and that’s exactly what I’m all about because I learned helping others in need, helps me.

Now that you’ve transitioned to a position with SCL Health, what advice can you share for veterans who are just starting out in the transition to civilian life?

First I would say, take a breath, it’s going to be ok, you have all the skills and leadership abilities you need! Treat your job hunt like a mission. Figure out exactly what you want to do and know your “why”. For me I had to realize that my Army training and experience did not translate as the same when I was looking for opportunities in the civilian world. I was a little frustrated as I knew I was more than qualified for positions and was not receiving any job offers. I had to update my resume to reflect my experience to demonstrate applicable skills for the civilian positions I was applying to. Once I figured out how to translate and relate my leadership skills and abilities to civilian hiring managers, they were more than willing to give me a chance and that’s all I needed.

As a Veteran, what has your experience been like at SCL Health?

My experience has been 100% positive. The employees of SCL Health are American patriots and they appreciate our service! I’ve learned many of them have loved ones in the service, so they understand the sacrifices we made and they welcome us with open arms. During my interview, we briefly discussed my military experience and I was warmly received to say the least. I absolutely love my team and we’re a family, just like my ole platoon.

Cara Pozun ThenCara Pozun Now

Cara Pozun
Medical Family Therapist
Family Medicine Residency
St. Mary’s Medical Center

How has your experience in the military aligned with SCL Health’s values?

The dedication of serving others regardless of their socio-economic status. I’ve enjoyed working with others that find a lot of purpose in what they do.

What do you like best about working at SCL Health?

I enjoy the opportunities I have received here as well as the ability to work in a wide array of settings throughout my training.

What skills did you acquire in the military that have enabled you to be successful in your career with SCL Health?

Leadership skills, flexibility, stress management, general crisis management, autonomy, and service!

Nanci Royal ThenNanci Royal Now

Nanci Royal
Director of Operating Rooml
Good Samaritan Medical Center

How has your experience in the military aligned with SCL Health’s values?

The military is all about teamwork and working for the greater good of your nation. At SCL Health, the team works in the same way – for the greater good of the patients and community.

Now that you’ve transitioned to a position with SCL Health, what advice can you share for veterans who are just starting out in the transition to civilian life?

Utilize the skills you’ve learned in the military to gain access to jobs and be proud of the fact that you served for your country!

What skills did you acquire in the military that have enabled you to be successful in your career with SCL Health?

I was a medic and operating room technician in the military which prepared me to become a nurse and eventually a Director in the Operating Room. I still use the skills I learned in the military to scrub in when I can.

Zachery Bailey ThenZachery Bailey Now

Zachary Bailey
ITSD Security Analyst
Lutheran Medical Center

What do you like best about working at SCL Health?

At SCL I get to see the outcome on issues, getting to follow up and make sure patient’s information is secure. This is different than the military where you didn’t always know outcomes. I like follow through. Working at SCL Health allows me to continue to serve my community.

How has your experience in the military aligned with SCL Health’s values?

Very spot on. The Marines instill honor, courage, and commitment. I think that aligns with SCL Health’s values. The Marine motto is semper fidelis, always faithful. Feels very close to SCL.

What skills did you acquire in the military that have enabled you to be successful in your career with SCL Health?

Time management and responsibility. Basically the biggest is owning mistakes and moving past them to grow.

Chris Powell ThenChris Powell Now

Chris Powell
System Director
Public Safety & Security

How has your experience in the military aligned with SCL Health’s values?
The values are identical for both, focus on the people and providing for/protecting those in our care. SCL Health: focus on the poor and vulnerable. Military: protect and provide for those that cannot protect themselves. When I first came to the organization I felt the values of SCL Health were also closely aligned with my personal values as well. I enjoy the opportunities at SCL Health to help the people and help to serve others and I continue to find purpose in my role.

What do you like best about working at SCL Health?

I like the people. The associates are mission-focused and care about the safety of the patients.

What skills did you acquire in the military that have enabled you to be successful in your career with SCL Health?

I was a medical provider in the military and was looking to do something new, so I went into emergency management with SCL Health. My military experience wasn’t easy to translate into the civilian setting, but my team noticed my skill set was very translatable to the emergency management planning work that is done at SCL Health.

Translating Your Military Experience For Civilian Employers

Help potential employers understand how the skills and experience you’ve gained as a service member make you a great employee. The Personal Branding Resume Engine™ is a tool that will can assist you in translating your military record into a strong resume that civilian employers can understand.

Military Skills Translator

Preparing For Your Interview

We want to help make your job search and recruitment process as smooth as possible. Browse through the steps below to learn more about searching, applying, and interviewing for a position with us.

Before The Interview:

  • Learn more about SCL Health by visiting our company website, social media posts, and/or recent news releases
  • Try practicing your answers to common interview questions and develop your own personal “elevator pitch”
  • Think of examples from your education / experience that align with the skills needed for the role
  • Familiarize yourself with the STAR Method of interviewing, answering interviewing questions with a clear Situation, Task, Action, and Result
  • Prepare questions to ask your interviewers – you are interviewing us as much as we are interviewing you!
  • Map out your route to the interview location, accounting for any delays or closures, to ensure you will arrive around 10-15 minutes early

During The Interview:

  • Bring several copies of your resume, a notebook, and a pen so you can refer to the details of the interview in your follow-up
  • Treat everyone you meet with respect – you never know who you may encounter during the interview process
  • Make sure to respond to the interview questions in a concise, focused manner while highlighting your skills and experience
  • Instead of focusing on any negative experiences with previous employers, focus on what you have gained from that experience

After The Interview:

  • Ask about what you should expect next in hiring process as well as the timeline of next steps
  • Consider sending a personalized thank you note or email after the interview, reiterating your interest and qualifications for the role

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