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Frequently Asked Questions

Application Process

When you log in to iCIMS, you will be able to view your dashboard, which includes past job submissions.. This will enable you to see the job ID number, job title, and the status of your application and the job you’ve applied to.

You’ll receive an e-mail to confirm that your application was submitted once it’s been received. You’ll also be able to check on the status of your applications by viewing your dashboard. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted by a recruiter.

You can update your resume at any time. When you log into iCIMS, you’ll be able to search for jobs or make changes to your candidate profile. You can upload a new or updated resume from your computer, Google Drive, or DropBox in the resume section of the job application.

If you forget your username and password, simply click the ‘reset password’ option on the log-in screen. You will receive an e-mail with information for setting your new username/password.

Some positions will require applicants to take an assessment before their application can be submitted. These assessments will evaluate an applicant’s skill level with tasks and competencies related to the role they’re applying to. Passing the assessment will qualify applicants to potentially move forward in the interview process.

We post temporary positions that are available for candidates to apply to in the same fashion as our permanent positions. We also work closely with staffing agencies that provide us with administrative, clerical, environmental services and other non-clinical temporary employees. These positions are generally advertised directly by our staffing agency partners.

For more information on volunteering at MSK, please contact the Volunteer Resources Department at (212) 639-5980 or review requirements at http://www.mskcc.org/giving/volunteering.

You may apply to as many jobs as you are qualified for. Please keep in mind that you must meet the qualifications in the job posting in order to be considered as a candidate for any openings at MSK.

You can get most of the information about the role from the online posting. If you’re a qualified candidate and a recruiter selects you for an interview, you’ll have a chance to ask additional questions.

Jobs can be placed on hold for a multitude of reasons. For the applicant, it means that resumes are not currently being reviewed as the job is not going to filled in the immediate future. If the job is taken off hold, or the same role opens in a different department/location, candidates with applications on hold may apply.

Internal/Current Employees

MSK employees understand what it takes to be successful here. For that reason, we welcome friends and colleagues referred by our employees. Certain positions are even eligible for a referral bonus. Employees can make referrals by visiting the employee referral portal via Workday.

Onboarding

The New Employee Orientation process at MSK consists of activities designed to welcome you and ease your entry into our organization. By integrating information, skills, and attitudes over an extended period of time, both the employee and MSK benefit as much as possible.
Every employee should understand that, no matter what each person does, every employee’s role is relevant to our mission: the progressive control and cure of cancer through programs of patient care, research, and education.
The New Employee Orientation is a two-day interactive program designed to help you:

  • Learn about the history and culture of MSK
  • Practice enhancing the patient experience
  • Internalize our core competencies of Service, Communication, Teamwork, Judgment, Initiative, Effectiveness, and Safety
  • Understand how you can contribute to the organization as a whole
  • Confirm feelings of pride in having chosen to join us here at MSK
  • Begin to develop a sense of community and teamwork
  • Become familiar with our policies, procedures, benefits, organizational structure, and environment
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