Christus St Micahel Health System has let us know some news about two events they have planned, one is being postponed until later in the year, but if you're looking for a job, the CSM Careers Event is coming up soon.

CSM Foundation Gala

Postpones until later this year. The annual Christus St Michael Foundation Gala is fallen as another event victim of COVID-19. They are not however giving up on it for 2022, once they pick a date later this year, "Save The Date" cards will be sent out. If you have any questions about the Gala, please call 903-614-2448.

CSM Careers Event

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Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022, CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System will be hosting a CHRISTUS Careers Event from 2:00 – 7:00 PM for health care professionals.

Location: Silver Star Smokehouse at 5205 W. Park Blvd, Texarkana, TX.

CSM is currently looking for RTs, PTs, OTs, PTAs, COTAs, RNs and CLS, and MLTs. There will be food, door prizes, you will meet service line leaders and more at this come-and-go event to learn more about career opportunities at CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System. Interviews and job offers are possible on site, masks are encouraged.

You can also apply at CHRISTUSstmichael.org.

For more information about the event or Careers at CHRISTUS, email kimberly.ward2@christushealth.org or call 903-614-2191.

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