Why is Unity Health where you want to be? Because we are who you are—dedicated, stable, and loyal to our community.
Dedicated to improving the quality of health and providing compassionate care to the communities we serve.
Stable because we continue to add more great jobs and have had zero layoffs since opening our doors in 1967.
Loyal to our communities by providing quality services at three hospital campuses, urgent care facilities and an ever-growing number of clinics.
Conveniently located in central Arkansas among thriving communities, a metropolitan city and tourism hotspots, our local communities brings old-fashioned meaning to "family."
If dedicated, stable, and loyal describes you, we welcome you to our Unity Health family.
Notice to applicants
Unity Health provides compassionate care to the north-central region of Arkansas. We appreciate your interest in joining our dedicated, loyal and stable family and encourage you to become acquainted with the selection process as you investigate job openings.
Current associates and outside applicants may search for vacant positions and apply online through any computer that has internet capability.
Unity Health is a smoke and tobacco-free work environment and employer. This means that parking lots, hospital grounds, and all vehicles on hospital property are off-limits for smoking and tobacco use. Anyone who tests positive for nicotine use during the new hire process is not eligible for employment. This is for new associates only and does not affect current employees who transfer to other jobs within Unity Health.
Unity Health adheres to a drug and tobacco/nicotine free work environment. A mandatory drug screen is administered as a part of the health assessment after the job offer. A positive drug screen will result in the job offer being withdrawn.
Unity Health does not permit denim clothing in the work setting. At work, tattoos must be covered by clothing. Visible body piercing are limited to two ear lobes for females. Personal appearance must be professional, since associates are representing the hospital while at work, and within Unity Health Dress Code policy.
Education, licensures, experience and social security numbers/work authorization are verified. Federal law requires we verify the identity and determine eligibility of all applicants hired to work. The I-9 Form is used for verification of all persons hired to work in the United States through E-Verify. For more information on E-Verify, please contact DHS at: 1.888.464.4218 or dhs.gov/E-Verify.
Applicants are limited in the number of applications active during a 60 day period. You should carefully read all of the minimum qualifications, including lifting requirements and work shifts, prior to submitting an application. Your application will be reviewed against the minimum requirements of the job. You will be contacted by phone or email if you are selected for a personal interview.
Pro Re Nata (latin phrase) which means "as needed."
Until they are filled through external applicants or internal transfers all jobs remain posted.
Managers review the applications, narrow to the top candidates and contact as their schedules allow.
CSAs (clinical support associates) work on the nursing units providing direct patient care under the supervision of licensed nurses.
Certification is preferred but experience can be substituted. We offer several classes annually.
The HUC (health unit clerk) works at the nursing station to assist in clerical duties and communications.
An associate in H.R. can quote a base rate, but due to other factors, no exact amount can be quoted until a full evaluation of experience and education is made by the hiring manager.
Yes, in fact we have some very good formal orientations to get new grads on board.
The application has a space where you can insert a resume or you can bring a copy to the interview.
No. Our business is not seasonal. We do have some internships for professional programs.