Why Mount Sinai?
Location, location, location
Located in downtown Toronto, Canada, the Hospital serves a broad community and is a globally recognized centre of excellence in patient care, teaching and research.
As a 472-bed hospital and University of Toronto affiliated teaching facility, we are known for our quality programs, staff and dedication to best practices.
We place high value on the people who work here. As an employer, we know that our success comes from our employees. We recognize and encourage individual and team strengths and strive to provide a rewarding and growth-oriented environment for everyone. Mount Sinai is proud of its accomplishments and excited about its future. Regardless of your role at the Hospital, we want you to be proud of and excited about your work. And, we will do what we can to help make that happen.
The Human Rights & Health Equity Office at Mount Sinai Hospital is designed to respond to the diversity of Toronto's population. The hospital is dedicated to ensuring:
a positive and respectful work environment for all employees;
equitable and accessible services for patients, families and visitors;
and inclusive, welcoming surroundings for all.
These goals are currently emphasized in Mount Sinai Hospital's values and in existing policies related to harassment and abuse.
Mount Sinai recognizes that talent exists world-wide. Internationally trained candidates are a valued resource. If you are an internationally trained job seeker, you may find the credential assessment services offered by World Education Services (WES) useful. WES is a non-profit organization, partially funded by the government of Ontario, that provides a summary of Canadian educational equivalency for your international credentials for a modest fee.
This service is not a requirement to apply for positions at Mount Sinai Hospital. The addition or omission of an international credential equivalency assessment does not improve or diminish your chances of success.