Careers at Cook Children's
Promise, a strong word with deep meaning that everyone understands—especially kids. This is the foundation of our organization and what drives us to blaze new trails in medical care, research, advanced technology, as well as programs and initiatives that benefit children who may not otherwise have access to quality health care. Every day our employees come to work with the intention of keeping our Promise. It's the guiding principle that helps our patients and their families get better and stay healthy. As a member of our Cook Children's team, you can be an important part of making that happen.
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Please submit an internal application transfer using the link for current employees. Remember to speak with your manager before applying for a transfer. If you have a resume, attach it to the bottom of the transfer application. You must be in your current position for six months before you can apply for a transfer.
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Keeping you safe!
Cook Children's requires all staff, visitors, including individuals onsite interviewing for jobs, and patients wear masks while in any of our locations.
- Masks are worn by all employees at all times unless in a closed office or meeting room alone.
Social distancing measures employed include:
- Conference rooms have updated capacity limits to minimize the number of occupants for responsible social distancing.
- We also encourage everyone to maintain a 6-foot distance from others at all times.
- Break areas are limited to a single person per table.
- Virtual meeting spaces, like Skype and Zoom, or conference calls are the preferred method of meeting.
Hand sanitizer and sanitary wipes are readily available throughout all locations.
Cook Children’s follows all CDC guidelines for staff, including physicians, who are exposed to COVID-19 or those who may become ill. This includes the process and timeline with which they may return to work.