For Johns Hopkins faculty, staff, and students

The daily decisions of Johns Hopkins’ staff, faculty, and students drive our success on our economic inclusion goals. You can support local purchasing and hiring:

  • For every item you purchase, look for a local vendor first
  • Use the vendor guide to discover local businesses
  • Encourage people you know in the city to apply for open positions at Johns Hopkins
  • If you are a hiring manager, ask your recruiter to make sure local candidates are in your review pool
David Levy and Lisa Brown-Hall
David Levy, an HR decision support manager, and Lisa Brown-Hall, a talent acquisition specialist, are part of the HR team that helps city residents navigate the job application process at the health system and find the right opportunity to work and thrive at Johns Hopkins.

Do you want to find a local vendor?

Check out the vendor guide, which lists local, small, small disadvantaged, minority, woman-owned, veteran-owned, and HUBZone suppliers that are able to provide a variety of goods and services. Individuals inside Johns Hopkins may post reviews of vendors listed in the guide and suggest additions to it.

Or, email to request help from procurement staff.

Do you want to see what jobs are open at Johns Hopkins?

Go to the HopkinsLocal section of the university career site or the Johns Hopkins Medicine career site

Do you want to learn more about university purchasing?

Go to University Finance’s HopkinsLocal page  

Do you want to learn more about health system purchasing?

Go to the Hopkins Medicine purchasing page