Thank you for your interest in a position at Mississippi Valley Surgery Center or Mississippi Valley Endoscopy Center. We encourage you to submit your resume online to be considered for current and future job openings.
By using the online application process, we are able to quickly match skills with our current and future job openings. We will maintain your information for future job openings for 3 months from date of application.
Click the button to start your application.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I know what positions you have open?
To find open positions at either our surgery center or our endoscopy center, please visit our listings by clicking apply online above.
- How do I apply for employment?
The easiest way to apply is to complete the application online through the apply online link above or through Indeed.
- What happens after I submit my application?
If you apply for a specific position, your application will be reviewed for experience and qualifications with the position requirements. Qualified candidates will then be contacted for interviews.
- How do I know that you received my application?
You do not need to call or email us to confirm that we received your application. You will be notified via email that your application was successfully submitted.
- How long will you maintain my application on file for future consideration?
Your application will remain active within our system for 3 months from date of application.
- If I leave my computer before completing an application, will my session time-out?
Your application will not time out as long as your web browser is left open. We recommend completing it in one sitting to avoid potential problems.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Mississippi Valley Surgery Center and Mississippi Valley Endoscopy Center are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate. Applicants for all available positions will be considered without regard to age, race, color, religious preference, gender, national origin, marital or veteran status, the presence of a non-job-related medical condition or handicap, or any other legally protected status.