Employment: Find a job with us.
View current career opportunities at the Texas Heart Institute.
(PDF updated May 7, 2013)
Instructions for Applicants
Once you identify a position you are interested in, and for which you meet minimum qualifications, e-mail your resume to email@example.com. Include the Requisition Number and Job Title in the subject line of the e-mail.
Submitting your resume enters you into a pool of “job seekers” for consideration for the position(s) in which you are expressing interest. You will only be considered an “applicant” at Texas Heart Institute for the position(s) you selected if it is determined that you meet the minimum qualifications listed for each such position.
Information about employment opportunities at St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital is available on the St. Luke's Giant Careers website.
Auxiliary: Volunteer with us.
Volunteers can mean the difference between a hospital environment that is satisfactory and one that exceeds expectations. Become one of the more than 500 auxiliary members who serve the St. Luke's Episcopal Health System and the Texas Heart Institute. Information about volunteer opportunities at Texas Heart Institute and St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital is available on the St. Luke's website.
Visit the St. Luke's website for more information on volunteer opportunities.
Donations: Support our fight against heart disease.
Unlike most nonprofit organizations that have a source of operating revenue, the Texas Heart Institute relies entirely on government grants, research contracts and—most significantly—philanthropy to achieve its goals of pioneering research and education for the prevention and treatment of heart disease. The generosity of individuals like you accounts for more than half of the operating budget. There are many ways you can support the Texas Heart Institute in leading the fight against heart disease.
View information about how you can support the Texas Heart Institute.