How to Apply
Interested individuals must complete an employment application to apply for an open NSHC position. You can apply online or via email, fax, mail or in person. The name of the position for which you are applying and three personal references must be included on the application.
Please download the NSHC Employment Application and email your completed application to
Please download the NSHC Employment Application and fax your completed application to the Human Resources department at 907-443-2085.
Please download the NSHC Employment Application and mail your completed application to:
Norton Sound Health Corporation
Attn: Human Resources Recruitment
P.O. Box 966
Nome, Alaska 99762
You may come to the Human Resources office between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm and complete the application. If you have any questions, please call the Human Resources department at 907-443-4525 or 907-443-4573.
You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Software to open and print the application.
NSHC is committed to recruiting and retaining qualified individuals as part of its mission to provide the best quality health care possible. All job applications are carefully reviewed to determine if the applicant meets the position’s requirements for skills and qualifications. NSHC also conducts employment verification checks and criminal background and fingerprint checks for all positions. NSHC is covered by the Indian Child Protection Act (ICPA) and applicants with criminal convictions may be disqualified from positions which involve regular contact with or control over children. If you have questions regarding ICPA, please contact the Human Resources Department for a list of covered positions and disqualifying crimes.
As a tribal organization which operates under the Indian Self Determination and Education Assistance Act, NSHC exercises an Alaskan/Native/American Indian hiring preference under PL 93-638.
All successful applicants will be required to provide current immunization records (MMR, hepatitis), proof of rubella immunity, TB skin test (PPD) status documentation, current license/certification (if applicable) and proof of citizenship or legal residency (i.e. Social Security card and drivers license/identification card, birth certificate, legalized resident documents, etc.).