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At UPMC health system facilities in Pittsburgh, service and support employee wages start at $11.00 an hour.After six months, many positions earn an additional 50 cents an hour.Make a difference and earn 50% more than the federal minimum wage. With benefits, that could be worth as much as $21 an hour.

Service and Support Careers at UPMC

From preparing and delivering meals to ensuring the cleanliness of rooms, UPMC service and support employees help provide quality patient experiences and ensure that our patients’ needs are met.

We welcome candidates who are new to the workforce and we value those with experience.

Areas Positions
  • Environmental services
  • Food service
  • Transportation services
  • Cafeteria staff
  • Cooks
  • Environmental service aides
  • Equipment transporters
  • Floor technicians
  • Patient transporters
  • Room service delivery
  • Sanitation aides

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Workforce Development

UPMC teams with several outside organizations to prepare job seekers for the workforce. Learn more about our Workforce Development Programs.

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