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Greater Milwaukee Area Hiring Event

January 13, invitation only

We’re offering an opportunity to interview for nursing assistant, behavioral health tech or patient service representative positions in the Milwaukee area, including at Sinai, St. Luke’s, West Allis, St. Luke’s South Shore and Grafton medical centers, as well as Aurora Psychiatric Hospital in Wauwatosa and the Mental Health Emergency Center opening soon in Milwaukee. Those invited to participate on January 13 will be able to interview virtually with recruiters and leaders and be scheduled for in-person job shadows within the week.

We want to help you live well

Our purpose is to help people live well. And that’s not just our patients, but everyone. Having meaningful work helps you live well because you’re financially secure, feel valued for your skills and appreciated for the unique qualities you bring every day.

Invitation Only Event

Get your invitation

To participate in this event, you need to be invited. The first step to getting your invitation is to complete our online pre-screen interview. Once your recorded interview is reviewed, you may be invited to schedule a time to join us virtually on January 13th. Start by clicking the appropriate link below.

Learn more about the roles

Behavioral Health Techs

Support both the patient and the care team through vital sign checks, routine unit functions, patient monitoring, communication and documentation, while maintaining a safe and therapeutic environment. Use your nursing assistant certification in a different way, working with a diverse population of patients in an inpatient setting.

Certified Nursing Assistants

Work directly with patients and their families, under the wing of some of the best nurses in the midwest. As an Advocate Aurora nursing assistant, you’ll begin to see your career as a health care provider evolve and take shape. This is a great opportunity for nursing students to gain real-world experience, as well as for those looking to serve their community in a meaningful way in a long-lasting career.

Patient Service Representatives

You’re the first smile the patients sees (even through your mask) and the one to help guide them, set them at ease and ensure their insurance, scheduling and other appointment related questions are answered. You’re a key member of the team, helping to keep charts and paperwork entered and organized, allowing your clinical partners to do their best work.