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BMH to Host Job Fair for Housekeeping Positions


Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will be holding a job fair targeted at filling positions within their Environmental Services (Housekeeping) department. The event will take place Tuesday, June 14th from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in the hospital’s Human Resources Department on the 3rd floor of the Dunham Building.

“Our housekeepers are critical members of the BMH team,” says Bill Norwood, BMH’s Director of Human Resources. “They are responsible for enhancing the safety of our patients and staff by maintaining an impeccably clean environment, and their work is at the heart of our infection control protocols.” Norwood hopes that the event will draw the interest of those seeking jobs at one of the region’s top employers, and give them an opportunity to meet some of the hospital’s leadership team.

Robin Heald, BMH’s Vice President of Human Resources points out, “BMH is a great place to start or grow your career in health care. We offer excellent benefits including medical insurance, tuition reimbursement, paid holidays, 401(k) saving plan and much more.”

Those with questions about the job fair or with an interest in other career opportunities at BMH are encourage to contact Diane Cooke at 802-257-3199 or dcooke@bmhvt.org.

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