Applying & Interviewing

Applicant Rights

National Jewish Health seeks to attract the best-qualified candidates who support the mission, vision and values of the Institution and those who respect and promote excellence through diversity. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, physical or mental disability, marital, familial or parental status, genetic information, military status, veteran status or any other legally protected classification. The Institution complies with all applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment and prohibits unlawful harassment based on any of the aforementioned protected classes at every location in which the company operates. This applies to all terms, conditions and privileges of employment including but not limited to: hiring, assessments, probation, placement, benefits, promotion, demotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leave of absence, compensation, training and development, social and recreational programs, educational assistance and retirement.

We are committed to making our application process and workplace accessible for individuals with disabilities. Upon request, National Jewish Health will reasonably accommodate applicants so they can participate in the application process unless doing so would create an undue hardship to National Jewish Health, or a threat to these individuals, others in the workplace or the Institution as a whole. To request an accommodation, please call 303.398.1035 or send us an email at Please allow for 24 hours to process your request.

Interview & Preparation

Preparation: Interviews may last up to 90 minutes or more. Be prepared to schedule enough time. In addition, refresh your memory and consider specific situations from your past work experiences where you:

  • Solved a problem
  • Coached others
  • Handled a conflict
  • Made decisions
  • Managed projects
  • Influenced others
  • Made recommendations for improvement
  • Came up with innovative ideas

We may ask you to describe the actions you took in these situations and the impact your actions had on patients, peers, customers and other staff members in the organization. The time you invest in preparing will contribute to an effective and productive interview. Remember, you also are interviewing us as a potential employer.

Job Requirements: You may request the job description and position requirements before your interview to adequately understand the essential responsibilities, required skills and working conditions for the position of which you have applied.

Research: Discover who we are and what we do at National Jewish Health by visiting our website. Bring questions and make notes of things you want more information about during the interview.

Reminders: Be on time for your interview. Dress appropriately for your interview, and remember we are a tobacco and fragrance-free campus.