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MUSC, MUSC Medical Center and MUSC Physicians are pleased to announce that we have a new applicant tracking system. For positions posted after May 1st, 2016, visit our new applicant site at musc.edu/careers. You will be required to complete a new application. You will have the ability to prepopulate your application using your resume or Linkedin account. You may still continue to view and apply to positions posted prior to May 1st on this site.

Please contact the Human Resources Department at muhaemployment@musc.edu or (843) 792-0819 with any questions.

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

To request a reasonable accommodation with the application or selection process, please email the Human Resources Department at muhaemployment@musc.edu or call (843) 792-0819. Also, any questions should be directed to the Human Resources Department at muhaemployment@musc.edu or call (843) 792-0819.

It has been, and will continue to be, the policy of the Medical University Hospital Authority to recruit, hire, train, and promote into all job levels the most qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran or genetic status. All employment decisions are based upon job-related requirements, and must comply with the principles of equal employment opportunity.

Similarly, all related personnel matters such as compensation, benefits, reassignments, training, tuition assistance, and position elimination will be administered in accordance with this equal opportunity policy. To advance these ends, the Medical University Hospital Authority has developed an Affirmative Action Plan (AAP) with specific and result-oriented procedures to ensure equal employment and educational opportunity. This AAP as written is not to be considered a permanent document. The AAP will be evaluated in an ongoing manner through a defined audit mechanism in order to assess progress or detect potential problems. This plan shall also be evaluated, updated, and reaffirmed on an annual basis and modified or revised at other times as appropriate.

General responsibility and accountability for the implementation of the AAP to include the day-to-day responsibility for administration and implementation of the AAP is assigned to the Human Resources Department. Administrators, directors, managers, and supervisors are individually and collectively accountable for implementing this program. The cooperation and diligence of everyone involved in implementation is expected and is included as a component of their individual performance evaluation.

As a major employer in the area, the Medical University Hospital Authority recognizes its responsibilities to ensure that all have access to employment opportunities. The Affirmative Action Plan annually evaluates the Medical University Hospital Authority’s initiatives and opportunities to employ and promote minorities and females with requisite skills.