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Exploring Non-Clinical Careers at Texas Children’s Hospital   

At Texas Children’s Hospital, a silent army of dedicated professionals work in behind-the-scenes health care jobs. Each of these non-clinical jobs play a crucial part in the success of our health system.  

Come and discover the non-medical career options that are essential to our institution beyond the bedside. Learn about the important roles of IT professionals, educators, administrators, support staff, and others in our hospital. These heroes may not wear scrubs, but their impact on the Texas Children’s community is immeasurable.  

Support Services: Cornerstone of Hospital Excellence  

Many teams at Texas Children’s Hospital provide support services for patients and families. These services are important for ensuring a great experience where health, healing, and comfort intertwine in high quality care.  

Members of our Hospitality & Housekeeping teams maintain the cleanliness of patient rooms and common areas. Some coordinate patient intake and the smooth and secure movement of patients.  

Skilled craft workers like maintenance professionals work diligently in the background, addressing infrastructure needs to guarantee the seamless operation of critical hospital systems. Security personnel foster a sense of safety and reassurance for everyone within the hospital’s walls. 

Meanwhile, our supply chain team orchestrates the intricate dance of medical resources. They see to it there’s a steady supply of medications, equipment, and essential supplies.  

Finance and Legal: Expert Stewardship in Health Care  

Whether managing budgets, providing financial reports, or overseeing efficient allocation of resources, finance professionals are essential throughout the Texas Children’s Hospital system. Likewise, those with legal expertise address issues related to risk management, contracts, and regulatory compliance, ensuring the hospital operates within the bounds of the law.  

Through collaboration with other departments, both the finance and legal professionals at Texas Children’s allow the clinical teams to focus on providing exceptional care without impediments.  

Information Technology: Safeguarding Data and Empowering Health Care  

The Information Services (IS) team at Texas Children’s Hospital fortifies the institution’s digital infrastructure and empowers health care delivery through technological innovation. Professionals in information and data services, cybersecurity, and related roles work tirelessly to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and accessibility of critical health care information.  

These technology professionals play a pivotal role in integrating technology seamlessly into health care operations, facilitating efficient communication. They advance Texas Children’s commitment to providing state-of-the-art, secure, and patient-centric health care services.  

Facilities and Projects: Orchestrating Growth and Success  

Non-clinical professionals who manage facilities and projects contribute greatly to Texas Children’s continued growth and success.   

Project managers bring a unique blend of leadership, organization, and strategic insight. They collaborate across diverse teams to guarantee that projects are completed efficiently and align seamlessly with the hospital’s delivery of patient care. Our facilities planning teams make certain that Texas Children’s Hospital remains at the forefront of evolving needs in infrastructure.  

Community Outreach and Philanthropy: Building Bridges Beyond Hospital Walls  

The impactful endeavors of professionals in community outreach and philanthropy play a transformative role at Texas Children’s. They foster meaningful connections between our hospital and the communities it serves.  

Our volunteer services team creates avenues for community members to actively engage in supporting patients and families, offering a compassionate touch that transcends medical care. Community benefits professionals forge partnerships and programs to address the unique needs of the community. Philanthropy teams secure support for critical initiatives, ensuring that the hospital can continue to provide high-quality care and innovative services.  

Marketing and Communications: Amplifying the Hospital Mission  

Through strategic campaigns, digital engagement, and media relations, professionals in marketing and communications contribute to the hospital’s broader mission by ensuring that the spirit of Texas Children’s resonates widely. From crafting compelling narratives about medical breakthroughs to sharing important internal communications, their work underpins the hospital’s commitment to excellence, innovation, and compassionate care.  

Administrative Support and Management: Guiding the Future of Health Care  

Non-clinical administrative support and management are integral components of the health care ecosystem. Team members in these non-clinical jobs influence the overall effectiveness, safety, and sustainability of Texas Children’s Hospital.  

Some roles involve analyzing data, assessing trends, and developing strategic initiatives. These professionals contribute to the hospital’s overall success. Patient access professionals ensure patients receive timely care. Their expertise in coordinating appointments, managing medical records, and facilitating smooth transitions through the health care system fosters a positive patient experience.  

Meanwhile, teams dedicated to policy or safety play a critical role in upholding the hospital’s commitment to the highest standards of patient care. Our managers and administrators contribute to a culture of excellence that is at the core of Texas Children’s mission.  

Human Resources and Staff Support: Nurturing the Heart of Texas Children’s  

Working in health care can be emotionally taxing. Whether offering benefits guidance, educational webinars, counseling services, or emotional support, Human Resources (HR) professionals and staff support teams nurture the well-being of our employees on every level.  

Our HR team dedicates themselves to fostering a workplace culture that values diversity, equity, and inclusion so that every staff member feels supported and empowered. Staff support teams, including workforce chaplains and counselors in the Employee Assistance Program, provide a unique layer of care for the people who make Texas Children’s Hospital great.  

Join Us in Shaping Pediatric Health Care 

We encourage you to consider how your unique skills and talents can contribute to our mission of providing world-class health care to children and women.  

Whether you are drawn to planning, administration, marketing, or technology, we offer many fulfilling careers for people with diverse skills and passions. Every job is important in shaping the future of children’s health care and has a positive impact on patients and their families. 

Be the link that connects innovation with health care. Be the guardian of safety and support. Be the storyteller who amplifies the spirit of our One Amazing Team. Explore, apply and Be the Difference at Texas Children’s.