Penn State Health Human Resources
Thank you for your interest in the Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Penn State Health is a great place to work. We offer a competitive compensation program and comprehensive benefit package, as well as an opportunity to work with dedicated, skilled, and caring professionals. Our employees are vital in ensuring we meet our Patient Care, Education, Research and Community missions.
Southcentral Pennsylvania is a pleasant location to live, work, play and learn. We're proud to be a member of the Hershey community, a community rich with history.
Our Job Fair will be held on-campus, in the Penn State Health Children's Hospital Tree House Cafe. The campus address is 500 University Drive, Hershey, PA, 17033. Directions to our campus can be found here (enter your address and click "Get Directions").
Q: Where will the job fair be held?
A: The job fair will be held in the Penn State Health Children's Hospital Tree House Cafe (a campus map is available here.) Upon entering the Main Entrance, there will be signs directing you to the event.
Q: How do I get there?
A: We are located at 500 University Drive, Hershey, PA, 17033. Directions to our campus can be found here (enter your address and click "Get Directions").
Q: Where do I park?
A: Free parking is available in the Centerview Parking Garage, and additional parking will be designated by posted signs on the day of the event. Please note that any parked vehicles that obstruct traffic, obstruct other parked vehicles, or otherwise hinder Medical Center operations may be towed at the vehicle owner's expense.
Our Patient Visitor Express Shuttle (WHITE) provides service for patients and visitors between the Centerview Parking Garage, Main and North entrances. Hours of service are Monday through Friday from 5:30 a.m. to 12 a.m. Please note: there are BLUE vans also running the same routes; however, they are only used for transporting those visitors who are patients.
Valet parking is available for a nominal fee per vehicle. Those with a disabled designated vehicle may valet park at no charge. Valet parking is available from 5 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. After 5:30 p.m., your keys will be available at the main information desk.
Q: What positions will you be recruiting for?
A: We will be recruiting for Registered Nurse and LPN positions. Current openings are listed here. You may apply online for any position you are interested in.
Q: How should I dress?
A: Professional attire (suit/slacks/dresses) is recommended.
Q: Should I bring my resume?
A: We encourage you to bring your resume; however, please note that, to officially be considered for an open position, you must apply through our website.
Q: Is there a cost to attend?
A: No, there is no fee to attend our job fair.
Q: What if I can't make the time frame?
A: We hope to see you at our job fair. However, we understand that due to time constraints, not everyone who wishes to attend will be available at this time. We strongly encourage anyone who is interested in working at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center to view our current openings and apply online.
Q: Will I be guaranteed an interview?
A: We will have recruiters available to discuss open positions, and unit managers available to meet with interested candidates. Unfortunately, due to time constraints and availability, we will be unable to grant everyone who attends an interview.
Q: What should I expect at the job fair?
A: The HR Recruitment Team will be available to welcome you to our campus, discuss job opportunities, review benefits and employee perks, and demonstrate why Milton S. Hershey Medical Center is a great place to work.
Q: Will you be recruiting for Graduate Nurses or Student Nurse Externs?
A: This event will not include recruiting Graduate Nurses or Student Nurse Externs as those programs have specific application parameters in place. Graduate Nurses who are interested in our February 2017 Program, click here. Nursing Students interested in our Nurse Extern Program, click here.
Q: Are you only recruiting for the Children's Hospital?
A: Not at all. In addition to the Children's Hospital, we are also recruiting for positions in various inpatient and outpatient units at Penn State Milton S. Hershey.
Q: I'm interested in observation/career shadowing at Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Where can I get information about these programs?
A: Milton S. Hershey Medical Center has a variety of programs in place for high school and college students, including observation/career shadowing, clinical/research internships, nursing clinical placements, and healthcare career informational tours. Information about these programs is available here.
Q: In the event of inclement weather, will the job fair be canceled?
A: Please check this page for any last minute changes and updates to the job fair.
Q: I have additional questions. Who do I contact?
A: The HR Recruitment Team is happy to answer any additional questions you may have. Please feel free to reach us at 717-531-8440.
- Children’s Hospital partners in statewide psychiatry consultation program Penn State Children’s Hospital was recently selected to serve central and northeast Pennsylvania as a partner in a new PA HealthChoices program, called the Telephonic Psychiatric Services Program, or TiPS. The Children’s Hospital will offer peer-to-peer child psychiatry consultation teams to primary care providers (PCPs), medical specialists and other prescribers of psychotropic medications for children.More...
- The Medical Minute: When to get a second opinion Getting a second opinion for a medical condition isn’t quite the same as cheating on your hairstylist. In fact, when it comes to complex or serious, life-threatening conditions, most doctors encourage second opinions.More...
- Broach receives lifetime achievement award James Broach, distinguished professor and chair of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Penn State College of Medicine, has received a Yeast Genetics Meeting Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions in the field of yeast genetics and outstanding community service.More...
- Zebrafish help researchers study human genes While a popular fixture of home aquariums, zebrafish have become a popular and important tool for studying human disease. The fish have more in common with humans than meets the eye, and provide an effective and efficient way to study genes. Perhaps nowhere in central Pennsylvania is that more apparent than at Penn State College of Medicine’s newly constructed Zebrafish Functional Genomics Core.More...