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Electronic Posting of Notices and Posters

Due to an increase in the number of employees who work remotely and are not in the facility to view the contractor's physical postings on employee and applicant rights and the contractor's affirmative action obligations, contractors will be allowed (required) to post notices electronically for employees who work remotely.

§  EEO is the Law Poster:

§  Applicants.
This poster must be "conspicuously stored" with, or as part of, an electronic application.

Contractors must ensure that every electronic applicant has an opportunity to view the poster during the application process. Contractors should have a prominent link to the poster on their webpage which all electronic applicants must access in order to apply for a job. The link must include an explanation of what it is connected to. For example, "EEO is the Law. Click here to view information on your protections under Federal Law from discrimination."



Join our Team

The Hospital is the only 100% Austin owned and operated acute care facility.  We have a family environment offering positive physician support and a collaborative atmosphere. We provide top of the line personalized care to our patients in a relaxed, beautiful and informal setting.

The Hospital at Westlake Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). We provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran or disabled status.

Now hiring for the following positions:



No Current Management Posting(s) or Position(s)

Registered Nurse

Critical Care: Full-time and PRN, nights. 2-5 years ICU experience and ACLS required, CCRN preferred. Must be competent in the care of pulmonary, diabetic, heart cath and critical care patients.

Surgery: Full-time, part-time and PRN days with call. 2 years of circulating experience in orthopedics, spine and ENT procedures preferred.

Emergency: PRN, nights. 3-5 years’ emergency room or critical care experience required. BLS, ACLS and PALS required. TNCC or ENPC preferred.

Medical Surgical/Telemetry:Full-time, days and nights. 2 years acute care telemetry or critical care experience required.

Medical Detox Unit: Full-time, all shifts. One year experience with a substance abuse population and/or detox unit. Current Texas RN license and current BLS required.

LVN- Medical Detox Unit: Full-time, all shifts. One year experience with a substance abuse population and/or detox unit. Current Texas LVN license (or higher or equivalent license) and current BLS required.

Allied Health 

Social Worker: PRN, with call. 2-3 years acute care experience in a hospital setting required. Knowledge of discharge planning, psychiatric assessment and referrals, assessment of patient and family needs, social services planning and referrals to appropriate agencies and facilities required. LMSW preferred.

Surgical Technologist: Full-time, days and PRN with rotating call. Certification with 2 years’ experience with emphasis on orthopedics/spine, ENT, and plastics required. BLS required.


Purchasing Coordinator: Full-time, days. High school degree or equivalent. 3 years’ experience in a hospital materials management setting required. Basic computer knowledge including Microsoft Excel and Word required. Healthcare inventory management and periodic cycle counts experience preferred. Must have the ability to lift up to 50 lbs.

HIM Analyst: RHIT or RHIA or working towards credentials, with 2 years’ experience working in a hospital HIM department. College degree required. Knowledge of record assembly, chart analysis and release of information required. Must be able to communicate effectively and professionally with all levels of staff. Will work closely with HIM Specialist to assure chart is complete for coding.

Substance Abuse Detox Counselor/Tech: Full-time, all shifts. One year experience with a substance abuse population and/or detox unit. Ability to have recovery orientated one-on-ones with clients, ability to conduct “check ins “and education groups. Current BLS required.

Patient Care Tech-Med/Surg: Full-time, days. 2 years’ experience as a patient care provider in an acute care setting required. Excellent computer skills required. CNA/MA or EMT and BLS required.

Phlebotomist: Part-time, 8:00am-12:30pm. High school degree or equivalent. 2 years of laboratory training or experience in specimen collection and processing required. Prefer certification from American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians.

Registrar: Full-time, days. One year patient admitting/registration experience required. Knowledge of insurance payers and benefits/eligibility verification, Ability to prioritize work with excellent communication skills. Ability to work well under pressure.

Nutrition Department Supervisor: Full-time, supervisor position responsible for supervising the day to day operations of our Nutrition Services department, ordering and inventory, and supervising kitchen staff. High school degree and 3 years of food service experience required. Food Manager Certificate and Culinary Certificate preferred.

Cook: Full-time, mornings. High school degree or equivalent. 2 years scratch cooking experience required with strong culinary background. Must have an understanding of HCCP rules and requirements. Hospital/healthcare experience a plus.

Nutrition Services Attendant: Full-time with rotating weekends. High school degree or equivalent required. 1 year healthcare or restaurant food service experience required. Attendant is responsible for utilizing a wireless network to obtain food selections, delivering patient meals and assisting with food preparation. Food handlers certificate is required.

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