Only the most dedicated and caring professionals work here.
West Michigan Cancer Center & Institute for Blood Disorders (WMCC) is looking for highly skilled individuals who fit our team culture, have a love for patient care and a passion for oncology. WMCC is a closely knit family, working together to provide the highest quality care possible to our patients.
If you are ready to bring your skills to the acknowledged regional leader in cancer treatment, chances are you will find a job you can love for a long time.
WMCC offers an excellent, competitive compensation package:
- Competitive wages
- Multiple medical plans with competitive prescription coverage
- Dental insurance
- Multiple vision options
- Employer-paid life and AD&D insurance
- Employee-paid buy up life and AD&D insurance
- Employer-paid short and long-term disability
- Flexible spending accounts (unreimbursed medical and dependent care)
- Discount fitness center memberships
- Paid holidays and paid time off (PTO)
- 403(b) retirement plan with both pre-tax and Roth options, and multiple employer contributions
- Discount programs
- Supplemental benefit plans
Current Job Openings
For questions, please contact:
West Michigan Cancer Center
200 North Park Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
Phone: (269) 373-7468
Fax: (269) 373-7480
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