What You Can Expect
When working at a Cancer Treatment Center of America (CTCA), you can count on being surrounded by a culture focused on high-quality care for patients. Put into a few terms, it is a culture of teamwork, empowerment, and development. Over one hundred and seventy-nine different types of cancer are treated among five facilities. They have treatment centers in Atlanta, Georgia; Chicago, Illinois; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Phoenix, Arizona; and Tulsa, Oklahoma. Their headquarters are in Boca Raton, Florida. Any of these locations are a great place to work, even earning the official title of “Best Place to Work” and numerous accreditations.
Working at CTCA, you will be very well taken care of. They offer a generous benefits package to their employees.Healthcare: Medical, Dental, Vision, Health Savings/Flexible Spending Accounts, Full-suite Insurance
Savings: 401(k) Retirement Plan, College Tuition Benefit and Tuition Reimbursement, Adoption Assistance, Long-term Care Program, and Pet Insurance Wellness: Vacation/Personal/Sick time, Unum Work/Life Balance Program, Exercise Facilities, Nutritional Supplement Benefit, Healthy Awards Program
Types of Jobs
There are jobs for a wide range of professionals at CTCA. They offer internships and fellowships for students and recent graduates for up to twelve weeks. They give you the opportunity to “test drive” a career field before you commit. A Summer Marketing and Communications Internship and fellowships in Oncology are some of the examples of what they have to offer.Various positions are available in administration, hospitality services, physician, clinical and patient support, professional and management opportunities. Some hospitality positions are Chaplain, Cook, Driver or a Culinary Service Representative.
Some positions available in the professional and management departments are Manager of Business Services, Systems Engineer, Financial Planning Analyst, and Director of Relationship Marketing, just to name a few.There are many different careers available at CTCA. No matter your background, it always helps to have a history working in healthcare. Any certifications or degrees to support your chosen career field are a must. When working in healthcare, it is of the utmost importance to maintain a high level of customer focus and confidentiality.CTCA not only offers a great place for people to come work but a great place for those suffering from cancer to feel like they are not alone. They offer community support through testimonials, news, sharing recipes, and a way to give back.
— CTCA (@CancerCenter) February 4, 2018