Career at HUS
The job of your life at HUS
HUS is a workplace where you can grow as a professional and do meaningful work in an internationally high-quality healthcare community that values your expertise.
HUS Helsinki University Hospital is the biggest healthcare provider and the second-largest employer in Finland. We employ nearly 27,000 professionals for the benefit of patients in more than 300 different professions.
As Finland’s leading hospital entity, HUS offers unique work tasks. We are responsible for arranging specialist medical care in the Uusimaa region. In addition, we provide nationally centralized care for many rare and severe diseases. As a university hospital, we continuously develop and evaluate our treatment methods and activities. A career at HUS includes continuous learning through diverse work tasks and career paths.
In our work, we always strive to encounter every colleague and patient with authenticity and a genuine presence. We understand the importance of encounters in everyday life.
We are bold and determined to find new ways of doing things better. We demonstrate pioneership both nationally and internationally.
We treat our colleagues equally regardless of their background, job title, or experience. As HUS employees, we are all equal.
Internships for students
All our hospitals are research and teaching hospitals, where patient care, impactful clinical research and teaching by professionals come together on a daily basis.
Applying for a job at HUS as an international professional
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What does working at HUS give you?
With us, you get to be part of a multidisciplinary team where everyone plays an important role. We treat both colleagues and patients as equals. We offer you a spot at the forefront of healthcare development.
Meet our employees
Why couldn’t I also be a nurse?”
Fatma Hajizadeh arrived in Rovaniemi with her family in April 2005 to flee from the war in Afghanistan. Now, eighteen years later, she works on ward K5 in Jorvi Hospital.
An ordinary working day of a summer physician in internal medicine
Natalie Kelto’s working day at Peijas Hospital’s internal medicine inpatient ward includes patient rounds, consultations, and paperwork – independently but with the support of a senior physician. “It has been wonderful to feel part of the team of physicians, even though I am not yet a qualified physician.”
Working as a social worker in a hospital
Jaana Kahilainen and Tiina Toiminen enjoy their versatile, fast-paced and humane work as social workers at Hyvinkää Hospital. The most rewarding thing are the human encounters.
Will you join us as a new employee?
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