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  1. How do I retrieve the Login Name and/or Password to my Banner Health job profile?

  2. I received the message "Your password has been restricted." How do I unlock my account?
     
  3. Do I have to apply for a position through the Banner Health Career Center or can I visit a Banner Health facility to apply?

  4. I found a position on the Banner Health Career Center. Is it still available?
     
  5. I saw a posting on a job board, and I can’t locate it on the the Banner Health Career Center. Is it still available?
     
  6. If I applied for a position and it is no longer located on the Banner Health Career Center, does that mean I am no longer being considered?
     
  7. What are the qualifications for a position? Am I qualified for this position?
     
  8. How can I be sure that my application was complete and that a recruiter received it?
     
  9. What is the status of my application and what does that mean?
     
  10. What is the pay rate for the position I am applying for?
     
  11. What should I do if I completed an application and have not received a response?
     
  12. How do I update my contact information or submit an updated resume?
     
  13. How do I update my application?
     
  14. If I am no longer considered for a position, how do I find out why? Can I speak to the recruiter?

  15. What educational assistance does Banner Health offer?


1. How do I retrieve the Login Name and/or Password to my Banner Health job profile?
To retrieve your Login Name and/or Password you will need the e-mail address in your Banner Health candidate profile. If you no longer use the e-mail address in your candidate profile or don't remember the e-mail address in your candidate profile, contact the Banner Health careers team E-mail the careers team

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2. I received the message "Your password has been restricted." How do I unlock my account?
Your account will unlock after five minutes.  In this time, we recommend retrieving your Login Name and/or Password. You will need the e-mail address in your Banner Health candidate profile. If you no longer use the e-mail address in your candidate profile or don't remember the e-mail address in your candidate profile, contact the Banner Health careers team E-mail the careers team

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3. Do I have to apply for a position through the Banner Health Career Center or can I visit a Banner Health facility to apply?
Banner Health offers an online application
only. Most Banner Health facilities have kiosks located in the human resources department that you can use to apply online if you do not have internet access at home. Please contact the Banner Health facility of your interest to find out more information about directions and hours of operation.

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4. I found a position on the Banner Health Career Center. Is it still available?
Banner Health’s job search is considered a “live” website. Each position posted on the Bannerhealth.com job board is available and open to receive applications. Remember to check Bannerhealth.com everyday as the job postings can change on a daily basis.

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5. I saw a posting on a job board, and I can’t locate it on the the Banner Health Career Center. Is it still available?
If you can not locate the position on the Banner Health Career Center, the position is no longer accepting applications. Banner Health is not responsible for job postings that are out-of-date on other job boards.

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6. If I applied for a position and it is no longer located on the Banner Health Career Center, does that mean I am no longer being considered?
If you no longer see the position listed on the Banner Health Career Center, the position has reached its quota for accepted applications and is removed from the Banner Health job board. Please review your Past Job Submittals to see the status of your application.

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7. What are the qualifications for a position? Am I qualified for this position?
Each job posting includes an overview of the position and a job summary section.  Included in the job summary are the minimum and prefered qualifications. If you feel you are qualified, please complete the online application.

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8. How can I be sure that my application was complete and that a recruiter received it?
When you apply for a position, you will receive a notice stating, “Thank you for applying,” and you will also receive an automated email showing receipt of your application. You can also check to make sure you completed the application properly by reviewing your submittals. To review your submittals, login to the Banner Health Career Center and and checking the Past Job Submittals section.

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9. What is the status of my application and what does that mean?
You can check the status of your application by logging in to the Banner Health Career Center and checking the Past Job Submittals. When you apply for a position it will state, “Submitted”. Once the recruiter submits you to the hiring manager, you will see the status change to “Under review”. If you are no longer in the candidate pool for a position it will state, “No longer being considered.”

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10. What is the pay rate for the position I am applying for?
The pay range/rate for a position will be discussed with the Banner Health Recruiter during the interviewing process.

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11. What should I do if I completed an application and have not received a response?
Banner Health receives a large number of application.  Please check your Banner Health Career Center profile to see if your application is "Under Review." If so, you are being considered for the position and there is no no need to contact Banner Health.  If you are being considered for an interview, a Banner Health recruiter will contact you.

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12. How do I update my contact information or submit an updated resume?
First, login to the Banner Health Career Center. Click "update your profile" under the General Options heading. Please update any contact information and click the Update Profile button at the bottom of the page. You will see a notice informing you that "Your information has been updated successfully."

If you have changes to your resume, attach the updated resume by browsing the files on your computer. Once you have updated the resume, click the Update Profile button at the bottom of the page. Again, you will see a notice informing you that "Your information has been updated successfully."

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13. How do I update my application?
First, login to the Banner Health Career Center. Click the application button under the Applications heading. Please update any information necessary and make sure to check the "I Accept" checkbox at the bottom of the page. When you have completed your updates, please click the Submit button at the bottom of the page. If your information saves correctly, you will be taken back to your home page.

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14. If I am no longer considered for a position, how do I find out why? Can I speak to the recruiter?

Each application is taken under consideration for hire.  Banner Health recruiters have multiple positions to fill and there can be hundreds of applicants for any given position. Typically, applicants will receive an email to reflect the status update of their application. Applicants will speak to a recruiter if their application is selected by the hiring team.

Please note that this does not prevent applicants from being considered for other position(s). There are many great, potential opportunities for qualified candidates at Banner Health with our variety of locations, settings and benefits options.

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 15. What educational assistance does Banner Health offer?
Please visit the Education & Students section of the Banner Health website to receive more information on our education assistance programs.

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