Be a Part
of Something Bigger

Want to make an impact doing what you love? Regardless of your field of expertise, you can use your skills to promote healing, hope and better futures for Georgia’s kids when you become part of the Children’s team. We’re hiring now to fill a variety of roles across our growing System, including clinical and nonclinical positions. Clinical team members who join today have an opportunity to be among the first to work at the new Arthur M. Blank Hospital, opening September 29, 2024. Nonclinical team members, we need your support System-wide to help us shape the future of pediatric healthcare. Be a part of something bigger. Apply today!

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Help Us Shape the Future of Pediatric Care in Georgia

Join us as Children’s takes a giant leap forward in our effort to care for Georgia’s kids. When it opens in September 2024, the new Arthur M. Blank Hospital will be a state-of-the-art facility that will allow us to continue to expand our reach, propel our research and provide kids the advanced care they deserve.
The Benefits
You Deserve
At Children’s, we’re committed to putting you first. We provide the rewards you deserve and the resources you need to find balance and opportunity, to stay healthy and feel supported. This includes special benefits to promote emotional wellness, such as resiliency resources and facility dogs, as well as perks like on-site fitness centers and a free concierge service.
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children's employee meditating during yoga
Why Choose Children’s 
We are committed to excellence and innovation. But we are also committed to each other. Care and compassion unite us all in our common purpose. No matter the role, every member of our team is an essential part of our Mission to make kids better today and healthier tomorrow. You can make a difference doing what you love, while paving the way for your own future success  at Children’s. 
​​​​​​​and Inclusion
Our goal is to be a place where people feel valued for their professional and personal contributions, and to be a model for standing against discrimination, and standing for diversity and inclusion.
Two Children's Healthcare of Atlanta respiratory therapists

A Day in the Life at Children’s

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After 16 years working as a nurse in the fast-paced Hughes Spalding Hospital Emergency Department, Roxanne relies on teamwork and out-of-the-box thinking to excel in this unique environment.
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Respiratory therapists like Maya play a huge role in helping save kids’ lives. She credits her team’s diversity, dedication and their compassionate approach to care—as well as her own years of experience—for making it possible to offer the advanced care necessary to help kids breathe easier.
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When conflicts arise, Children’s hospital security officers are trained and ready to address situations calmly and compassionately to help keep everyone safe.