We want to make the application process as simple as possible! If you should have any questions or concerns, please call our Career Center at 262.439.1961 or email us at careers@froedtert.com.

Application Process Overview

  • Search for jobs that interest you
  • Create your online profile or use the profile you have created in the past
  • Complete the application
  • Keep an eye on your email for status updates

NOTE: You may receive emails from us under Froedtert@yello.co. This is a legitimate email. Please feel free to respond and set your spam filters to keep our emails from ending up in the wrong place.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I find the job that’s right for me?

You can use the search bar to search by a job title or job category. On each page, you’ll have an option to filter more by category, position type, shift, and location.

How long will it take to complete an application?

On average, a candidate will spend about 20 minutes on their 1st application. After you’ve set up your initial profile, all future applications should take no more than 10 minutes.

I’m having an issue with the site or my application. Can I get help?

Yes, please call us at 262-439-1961 and we’ll be happy to help you out!

How do I log back into my previously created profile?

Click on ‘Returning Applicants’ in our top menu. This will give you an opportunity to log back into your profile and continue with saved applications or apply to new roles.

How do I create a new profile?

When you’re ready to apply, just click on the ‘Apply Now’ button on the job description page for the role you’re interested in. This will give you an opportunity to register for a new profile.

How will I know if I am moving forward in the process or what my status is?

Once you’ve submitted your application, you will receive an email from us to confirm we will be reviewing your submission. Next, the recruiters will review your unique qualifications against the requirements for the role. If the recruiter is ready to move forward, you will receive an email from the team to schedule your phone interview. If you are ever curious on your status, call us at 262-439-1961. Remember, to look for emails from Froedtert@yello.co!

I was scheduled for a recorded interview. Does this hurt my chances?

No. We use the recorded interviews to help you get some of the basic questions answered at a time convenient for you. The recorded interview will be reviewed and listened to by one of our recruiters. Remember this is a real interview so do make sure you are in a quiet place and respond as though you are talking directly to the recruiter.

I’m not seeing any jobs I would be interested in. Can I be alerted of new jobs?

Yes, you have a couple of options. You could sign up for our talent community to receive updates about Froedtert and new jobs. Additionally, you can set up a saved search on our career site and you’ll be notified via email when jobs open that match your criteria. To do this: WILL ADD MORE DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS. Finally, you can sign up to similar job alerts. If you noticed a position that was close to what you were looking for, sign up for similar job alerts (on the right side of the screen when you click into a specific job). This will alert you via email of similar jobs.

Do I need to provide references?

Yes, if you are invited to meet with one of our hiring managers, we will ask that you provide references to us. We would request at least 3 references, one of which must be a previous supervisor. You would receive instructions on how to submit those references in the confirmation email for your scheduled interview with the hiring manager.

What is required after I accept a job?

Once you have accepted a position, we will need you to complete a pre-employment physical through our Internal Occupational Health. There is no fee for this and it is focused on job related items. We do require that every employee pass a urine drug screen, complete the Wisconsin Caregiver Criminal Background process and other employment and education verifications.

Interview Tips

Froedtert Health offers a dynamic work environment that enables you to excel. We want you to be well prepared for new opportunities here. We even want to ensure that you are comfortable and focused during the interview process. These tips can help you make a great first impression.

  • Start your interview with a firm hand shake Be sure to smile and make eye contact. You want it to be evident that you are happy and enthusiastic about the interview. We would expect that you greet our customers in this way too.
  • Turn off your cell phone. Or better yet, don’t bring it at all. The last thing you need during an interview is a distracting call or text. Don’t let your cell phone hurt your chances of getting a call you really want…one involving a job offer.
  • Remember to keep things positive. The interviewer is evaluating you as a potential co-worker.
  • Practice some interview questions with a friend. They’ll let you know if you’re giving long-winded answers, or not giving enough information. Their feedback can help you get it right when it matters most.
  • Be gracious and courteous to everyone you encounter before, during and after your interview. Your interviewer might ask these individuals how you treated them, or if you might be a good fit for the team.
  • Always show up 10 to 15 minutes before your interview. This will give you time to get settled, and help you set a positive tone. If you fly through the door 30 seconds before your allotted time, how are you going to convince the interviewer that you won’t be late for work?
  • Maintain good eye contact during the interview, but remember, this is not a staring contest! Avoiding eye contact may lead your interviewer to think you are not interested in the job.
  • Avoid using “umm,” “like” and “you know” when answering interview questions. Pause for a few seconds and gather your thoughts before you respond.
  • Keep your online application, resume and credentials current. Also, be prepared to verbally express how you have enhanced your skills and education over time.