Where to Find Us

Our main HR office is located on the first floor in the Allen-Calder wing of our St. Luke's campus, located at 1656 Champlin Avenue, New Hartford NY.

Call our Hotline for job postings and more information 24 hours a day at (315) 624-4800.

 

 

Check out our list of current job openings to apply online now!


Ten Great Reasons to Work With Us!

  1. Patient-Centered Care
    Patient-centered care puts the patient and resident at the center of all we do. It allows employees to contribute suggestions and provide feedback about how to improve the patient and resident experience in the organization. Select staff members from each department represent their fellow employees in departmental committees, acting as the voice/advocate for change and improvement in the delivery of care.

  2. Tuition Reimbursement Program
    Employees can continue their education while working at MVHS, by earning a grade of C or better, you qualify to be reimbursed for your academic tuition.

  3. A Pat on the Back - Thank you!
    We want every good deed to be noticed. The MVHS has various recognition programs for employees as a thank you for doing a job well done. The programs include celebrations and individual and group recognitions.

  4. Professional Development
    Through the Keith A. Fenstemacher Center for Continuous Learning we offer development opportunities in both clinical and non-clinical areas for employees, providers and community members. Whether it is maintaining current certifications or licenses, expanding your capabilities into new areas or advancing your formal education, MVHS supports continuous, life-long learning.

  5. One of the Largest Employers in the Region
    We employ 4,200 people from the Central New York area in professional, clinical and support positions.

  6. It’s Personal
    Being in a smaller community, it’s easy to feel as though you are really making a difference. Getting to know the patients or residents on a personal level improves the patient-provider relationship and results in a more rewarding experience.

  7. Family Involvement
    We appreciate the work you do and we appreciate your family, too. That’s why we sponsor events the entire family can enjoy such as holiday parties and organized bus trips to some of the area’s most sought after sites. Special events are open to family and friends.

  8. Educate the Future
    The St. Elizabeth College of Nursing, St. Elizabeth Family Medicine Residency Program and the Dental Residency Program are educational programs for students and professionals in healthcare careers. The knowledge gained at our organization is given back to the community one patient at a time.

  9. Satellite Campuses
    With three main campuses and more than 40 satellite offices throughout the area, accessing MVHS services is easy and we’re able to make a positive impact throughout Oneida, Herkimer and Madison Counties.

  10. Centers of Excellence
    MVHS is committed to providing quality and accessible healthcare to the community. This is made possible by our Centers of Excellence including our Regional Centers for Cancer, Dialysis, Rehabilitation, Bariatric Surgery, Stroke, Trauma and Orthopedic as well as the Mohawk Valley Heart Institute along with many more.


EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER/AMERICAN WITH DISABILITES ACT

It is the policy of Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare (FSLH) to be an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Our organization adheres to and supports all laws regarding discrimination. An objective of our organization is to recruit, hire, train and promote into all job levels the most qualified applicants without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status or political beliefs. All such decisions are made by using objective standards based on an individual's qualifications as they relate to a particular job vacancy and to the furtherance of equal employment opportunity. FSLH is committed to providing equal opportunities to otherwise qualified individuals with disabilities, which may include providing reasonable accommodations where appropriate.