Choices at UPMC

UPMC offers you opportunities to grow and develop in countless directions. As a UPMC nurse, you have the ability to build your career by tailoring your work choices and experiences to meet your individual goals. We have opportunities in community, urban, and regional settings; long-term care facilities and rehabilitative settings; teaching hospitals; outpatient settings; international operations; and more.

With many choices of settings and specialties, and the ability to transfer among them, you can grow and build your professional skill set and experiences within one organization. You can begin your career with us in one area and then choose to reach out to many specialties, changing direction as your interests develop and your career grows.

As you grow and move in your career with us, you will maintain your years of service throughout, as well as maintaining your seniority, benefit plans, paid time off (PTO) and increased PTO accrual amounts, and retirement programs in which you participate.

With UPMC, you will be choosing to secure your future with a stable employer. UPMC’s AA- Bond Rating reflects the overall financial strength of UPMC compared to that of many of its competitors, which, over time, will allow UPMC to continue its growth.

To review your career opportunities with UPMC, visit our Careers page or Job Openings page.

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