Companies are growing in The Medical Capital, producing an ever-increasing need for talent across a wide spectrum of industries and career tracks. Discover the careers The Medical Capital offers:
ClevelandPlus, a program of TeamNEO, provides links to Job Opportunity Boards, Career Services & Recruiting Firms, Jobseeker Resources, and Employer Rankings of Interest.
Talent Connection is a Global Cleveland program that aims to connect with current or future job seekers not currently living in the Cleveland area. It offers out-of-region individuals connection with internships, entry-, mid- and senior-level job opportunities as well as resources to assist with a move to The Medical Capital.
Convened by BioEnterprise and supported by The Cleveland Foundation, HIT in the CLE aims to grow and diversify the Northeast Ohio health IT talent pipeline to support a growing and robust biomedical and health IT industry.
Collaborators include CoverMyMeds, Hyland Software, IBM Watson Health, Onshift, Pandata, PartsSource, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University, Cleveland Municipal School District, Cuyahoga Community College, John Carroll University, Kent State University, North Olmsted High School, North Royalton School District and WeCanCodeIT.
Since 2016, the collaboration has facilitated access to relevant computer science curricula for roughly 9,500 Cuyahoga County high school students, enabled over 100 post-secondary student engagements with or visits to regional health IT companies, and hosted approximately 100 high school students in an inaugural data science competition.
This regional job site from Global Cleveland and NOCHE, the Northeast Ohio Council on Higher Education, proactively matches prospective interns, co-op prospects and job seekers with local employers. Prospects and employers answer a series of questions enabling more compatible and productive employment outcomes.
The State of Ohio provides individuals seeking employment with full listings of available jobs in The Medical Capital and throughout the State.