Every day at Cullman Regional Medical Center, over 1,000 healthcare professionals gather with a common purpose of improving the health and wellness of those we serve. We share a commitment to our mission of providing excellent healthcare resources. And we do it with a collection of talent that is not only experienced and skilled but also compassionate and caring.
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A career with Cullman Regional is not just about making a living; it’s about making a difference – in the lives of our patients, families and community. Our team of employees are dedicated to a common set of priorities aimed at creating a healthcare experience that always puts our patients first.Cullman Regional offers many exciting and meaningful career opportunities, giving you the chance to work with the best, grow your career and make a difference in people’s lives.
In order to offer specialized services, Cullman Regional has partnered with several outside businesses that offer additional opportunities for employment on our campus.
Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy of this facility to provide equal opportunity to persons regardless of race, religion, age, gender, disability or any other classification in accordance with federal, state and local statutes, regulations and ordinances.
All employees agree to be subject to drug testing during employment and must certify that they are drug free before official employment. All employees are to be drug free and certify they will not accept a position with Cullman Regional if they have any substance abuse issues.
Cullman Regional will maintain your application for 60 days. Upon your submission, we will take every effort to review your application for proper consideration.
Cullman Regional Participates in E-Verify
Cullman Regional will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with information from each new employee’s Form I-9 to confirm work authorization.
IMPORTANT: If the Government cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, Cullman Regional is required to provide you written instructions and an opportunity to contact SSA and/or DHS before taking adverse action against you, including terminating your employment. Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the U.S. More Info »
Right to Work
If you have a legal right to work in the U.S., there are laws to protect you against discrimination in the workplace. More Info »
Cullman Regional Participa en E-Verify
Cullman Regional le proporcionará a la Administración del Seguro Social (SSA), y si es necesario, al Departamento de Seguiridad Nacional (DHS), información obtenida del Formulario I-9 correspondiente a cada empleado recién contratado con el propósito del confirmar la autorización de trabajo.
IMPORTANTE: En dado caso que el gobierno no pueda confirmar si está usted autorizado para trabajar, Cullman Regional Medical Center está obligado a proporcionarle las instrucciones por escrito y darle la oportunidad a que se ponga en contacto con la oficina del SSA y, o el DHS antes de tomar una determinación adversa en contra suya, inclusive despedirlo. La Ley Federal le exige a todos los empleadores que verifiquen la identidad y elegibilidad de empleo de toda persona contratada para trabajar en los Estados Unidos. Más Información »
Derecho al Trabajo
Si tiene derecho a trabajar legalmente en los Estados Unidos, existen leyes para protegerlo contra la discriminación en el trabajo. Más Información »
Frequently Asked Questions
I recently applied for a position. How can I find out the status?
Due to the volume of applications we receive, we cannot personally contact all applicants. If you meet the qualifications of the job and the appropriate director would like to talk with you, he or she will contact you directly to schedule an interview.
Should I call to make sure you received my online application?
No, please do not call. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we cannot personally contact all applicants. If you meet the qualifications of the job and the appropriate director would like to talk with you, he or she will contact you directly to schedule an interview.
I applied for a position but am interested in applying for another position. Do I need to re-apply?
If a job is posted, is the job still open?
Can I bring in a paper application or resume for a position?
No. Cullman Regional accepts only online applications for open positions. You may attach your resume to your application with your online submission, but there’s no need to send it separately.
There are no jobs listed that match my qualifications. What should I do?
You can submit an application under General Application, and your information will be kept on file for 60 days.
What is the interview process at Cullman Regional?
After your application is reviewed initially, the director who manages the position for which you applied will review it to ensure you meet the minimum job requirements. He or she then decides if he/she will call you to set up an interview. Your application will stay online for 60 days.
We strive to create an environment in which physicians can focus on one important goal: providing the highest quality of care to your patients. We are always interested in cultivating relationships with specialists to ensure that our growing patient population has access to a broad range of medical services.
Call (256) 737-2069.
After hours, please leave a message and we will be in touch as soon as possible upon our return.
Cullman Regional is home to several training programs for shadow and clinical students.
All shadow and clinical students must complete and return these forms.
Return all forms to:
Perrie Elrod, RRT, NPS
Cullman Regional Medical Center
P.O. Box 1108
Cullman, AL 35058
Shadow students may obtain observation hours only (no patient contact). Times are flexible depending on the staff member being observed and the director or supervisor. All shadow students should be at least 17 years old. (Some exceptions may be made for those 16 years of age, with permission.)
Students enrolled in a clinical education program must have approval from the educational facility and Cullman Regional prior to beginning clinical training at Cullman Regional. The schedule is typically set by the clinical program coordinator.