Work Among the Best
Join a team that makes a difference for patients every day
At The University of Kansas Health System, caring for patients is what we do. As a facilities and customer support employee, your job is an important part of our commitment to providing the best care. From the moment patients and visitors walk in our doors, our support team members are there to greet them with a smile, help them get where they need to go, and do their part to provide nutritious meals and ensure a clean environment. Patients often tell us that the friendly people who clean their rooms or deliver their meals brightened their days and made a lasting positive impression!
Learn more about open positions
Our facilities and customer support roles include positions in these fields:
Our food service team – including cooks, cashiers, food service workers and nutrition assistants – help us provide nutritious meals for hundreds of patients each day.
We rely on transporters and dispatchers to move patients from location to location while ensuring their comfort and safety. If you love to walk and have a friendly, outgoing personality, look for a job in patient transport!
Keeping our facilities and patient rooms clean and safe is very important. Custodial workers, housekeepers, supply techs and laundry workers are among the many staff who help maintain clean, well-supplied and orderly patient rooms, offices and public areas. Positions are available at the main campus and other locations, including the Westwood Campus, KU MedWest, and the Inpatient Acute Rehabilitation center.
Qualifying support services staff can earn a GED while on the job. GED classes are offered at The University of Kansas Health System’s main campus. The health system pays all programs fees and up to 8 hours a week for classes.
The University of Kansas Health System is one of the top 25 employers in the Kansas City metro area. In addition to being the best place to work, the health system offers competitive wages and an outstanding benefits package.
We are an equal employment opportunity employer without regard to a person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and sexual orientation), national origin, ancestry, age (40 or older), disability, veteran status or genetic information.