A career with BWH is unlike any other in the healthcare industry, whether measured in terms of lives saved, accolades received, or the personal gratification of developing your abilities.
You’ll discover a place of employment where cooperation and teamwork are the rule rather than the exception – doctors, nurses, technicians, employees, and management establish a close-knit relationship founded on respect for one another and a commitment to our patients.
Additionally, BWH provides a remarkable range of perks, including one of the most comprehensive professional development programs and a sincere dedication to work-life balance.
One thing is very clear: there is no better place to be if you want an extraordinarily satisfying job. Whether we are ensuring that your family life is as vital as your professional life or we are rewarding and praising you in really unexpected ways, this is true.
The Brigham and Women’s Hospital is dedicated to hiring a diverse staff and is an equal opportunity employer.
Applicants who require accommodation in the job application process should get in touch with Human Resources at (617) 582-0100 in order to ensure reasonable accommodations for people protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Veteran’s Readjustment Act of 1974, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
The flexible benefits program that Brigham and Women’s Hospital offers is extensive and includes pre-tax deductions that are really advantageous to its employees.
We provide the types of compensation you’d expect from a healthcare leader since we are one of the most prestigious hospitals in the country. While pay varies from position to job, they are consistently competitive with those for comparable roles at other hospitals in the region, and in many cases, they are higher.
Large Paid Vacation Program
With BWH’s exclusive Benefit Time program, you may take up to 29 days off a year and 33 days off after seven years of work. This includes time off for vacations and the occasional illness. Benefit time can be cashed out if it is more than what is permitted and carries over from year to year until it reaches its limit.
Flexible work arrangements encourage work-life balance.
Our goal is to make sure your time off work is just as fulfilling as your job with us. In order to achieve this, we have designed flexible work schedules that encourage a work/life balance that you won’t find at other institutions.
BWH provides some of the greatest healthcare alternatives on the market, with a variety of cost-effective options created to meet your and your family’s requirements. These consist of:
- General Brigham Plus for Masses
- Brigham Value, a massed force
- Plan for Harvard Pilgrim Health
- Associated Health Plan of Tufts
- “Dale Dental”
Employees who put in more than 20 hours a week are granted free sixty percent (60%) coverage. At the time of employment, employees can acquire a supplemental 15 percent without providing proof of insurability.
Enables you to use pre- and post-tax payroll deductions to save money and make retirement plans.
Accounts for Flexible Spending
Every employee has the option to set up a flexible spending account, which will compensate you for out-of-pocket expenses for dependent care or medical care. Federal, state and municipal taxes aren’t applied to contributions made to these accounts.
We trust that life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance can provide you protection. Employees who qualify for benefits are given insurance coverage equivalent to their annual wage, payable to anyone they want. The value of your coverage rises along with your payment. Additionally, you can get insurance for yourself and your family.
Medical Savings Account for Retirees
With the aid of this tool, you will be able to budget for your retirement health care expenses and have access to hospital-sponsored retiree health insurance. The program’s hospital matching contribution is one of its key features, which helps to promote savings under the scheme. You can take part in the RMSA after you turn 18 in the next calendar year.