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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I get a job at Bon Secours?

Bon Secours’ selection process is highly competitive and only 2% of all job applicants receive an offer for employment. Our leaders and recruiters are committed to hiring the right person for the right job at the right time. CONNECT WITH US if you are looking for a job now, next month or some time in the future so we can email you about openings.

How do I know if I am being considered for a job?

You can log in anytime, that’s right 24/7, and review your employment application and check your status. Given the number of people interested in employment with Bon Secours, we can’t respond to phone or email inquiries about employment. We hope you understand. Log in and CHECK APPLICATION STATUS.

What are the Employee Benefits?

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Healthcare Reimbursement Account
  • Tuition Assistance
  • Wellness Incentives
  • Retirement Savings Plan
  • Vacation/Time Away
*Benefits may vary by market

What is Bon Secours doing around Diversity and Inclusion?

At Bon Secours, “diversity” refers to all of the many gifts, talents and perspectives that our employees bring to us; and it speaks to and includes everyone.  ”Inclusion”  refers to creating and fostering an environment where all of our employees’ gifts, talents, and perspectives are fully valued, respected and leveraged to advance our mission and ministry.

We are proud of the many accomplishments we have made to advance and fulfill this vision. Some of them include:

  • Recognized by “Working Mother” magazine as one of the “25 Best Companies for Multicultural Women”
  • Named LGBT Health Equity leader by the Human Rights Campaign for the 3rd year in a row
  • Committed to hiring Veterans and awarded the 2014 Veterans Employment Transition (VET) Award
  • Established Diversity & Inclusion Councils across the health system

Do I need a BSN Degree to work at Bon Secours?

Since May 1, 2015 Bon Secours gives more consideration to those candidates with a BSN and those who are enrolled in a BSN program. RNs new to Bon Secours’ acute care are required to earn a BSN within 5 years of their start date.

Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing in Richmond, VA has been providing nursing education for more than 50 years! Our students graduate READY for a career in nursing as evidenced by our #1 national ranking on the NCLEX-RN licensure exam.

Already an RN? Pursue our online RN to BSN degree. Bon Secours employees are eligible for a generous discount on tuition and can use the tuition benefit to pay for their education.

Visit BSMCON.EDU for more information.

How does Bon Secours invest in local communities?

Bon Secours exists to benefit the people in the communities we serve….Care for All. We have a vibrant commitment to care for all entrusted to us. Bon Secours has a Healthy Community Initiative in each of its eight local systems. Leaders are working to actively engage diverse individuals and organizations to create a common vision of holistic health and to improve the quality of life to which all can contribute.

The Community Investment Program has provided almost $20 million in “good help” to 17 organizations across eight communities as well as the nations of Peru, Haiti and South Africa. The Mission Fund distributes more than $1 million annually to provide access to health care services, promote healthier communities, and address health inequities.

Applicants with disabilities? Bon Secours has options for you.

If you have a condition that hinders your ability to apply online, there are alternate options that allow you to submit your interest in a position. Candidates with disabilities can call and speak with a representative of Bon Secours at 804-489-1388. Note this option is reserved for use by individuals requiring accommodation. Information received via this option will be routed to a specialist who will provide appropriate assistance. The specialist will not be able to provide any feedback on the selection process.