Explore St. Luke’s Jobs and Careers

St. Luke’s is a nonprofit health care system based in Duluth, Minnesota. Founded in 1881 in response to the typhoid outbreak, today it spans two hospitals, over 40 primary and specialty care clinics, and two pharmacies to serve the people of northeast Minnesota, northwest Wisconsin, and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. 

Staff at St. Luke’s provide state-of-the-art care in one of the most beautiful settings in the United States.

“You can’t care for patients alone – it takes a whole team. And genuine concern for people must be the motivating factor. That’s what we have at St. Luke’s.” 

St. Luke’s Nursing Assistant Clarissa 

From the St. Luke’s careers website: “At St. Luke’s, we believe that providing quality care to a community takes a community. Every day we work together to cultivate a warm, welcoming environment where our patients and employees feel safe, supported and cared for. We do all of this and more to fulfill our Mission: The Patient. Above All Else.”

St. Luke’s offers a wide variety of career paths as well as on-the-job training. They’re actively hiring for high-demand careers and entry-level positions.   

Benefits of working at St. Luke’s for you and your family can include: 

  • Sign-on bonus
  • Competitive pay
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Continued education opportunities 
  • Early hire stipend program
  • Flexible scheduling and support for a healthy work-life balance
  • Paid time off
  • Insurance plans (medical, dental, life)
  • Pension, 401K, and more 

Job security is another benefit of working in health care. As the St. Luke’s website points out, “It’s an industry that will always be needed by our community, and provides you with the opportunity to help others in a meaningful way.” Learn more at slhduluth.com/careers.

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