For job seekers

Johns Hopkins University and Health System have a citywide local hiring initiative called HireLocal that is part of the larger HopkinsLocal program. This initiative aims to increase the number of city residents that are employed at Johns Hopkins Institutions.

If you are a Baltimore City resident and interested in a great career opportunity, please apply!

Ian Matthew-Clayton and Julia Lynton-Brown

Ian Matthew-Clayton and Julia Lynton-Brown

Ian, an executive director of talent acquisition, and Julia, an economic inclusion recruitment coordinator, seek out talented applicants from HopkinsLocal focus areas and help them find the best job prospects at Johns Hopkins.

Do you want to see open positions at the university?

Go to the HopkinsLocal page of the university career site.

Do you want to see open positions at the health system?

Go to the Medicine career site.

Do you want to learn more about employee benefits?

See an overview of university benefits online or go to the benefits site for the health system

Do you need assistance creating a resume?

Hopkins works with a number of nonprofit partners in the city that may be able to assist you. They include:

  • Center for Urban Families
  • Humanim
  • Goodwill
  • Jobs Opportunity Taskforce
  • Enoch Pratt Free Library

Are you looking for a summer internship at Hopkins?

Go to our online application.