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Careers at
Mass. Eye and Ear

Mass. Eye and Ear is an organization
with a rich history and an exemplary
employee population. Primarily
outpatient, the culture is one that
respects both the legacy and the
future potential of its employees.
Every employee makes a
difference every day in providing
a high quality experience for
patients at all levels of care.

Founded in 1824 by Drs. Edward Reynolds and John Jeffries, the organization has earned an international reputation for its successful treatment of the most difficult diseases and conditions of the eye, ear, nose, throat, head and neck and for its outstanding contributions to medical research and education. Mass. Eye and Ear is a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School.

Our pay rates and benefits are competitive and we are dedicated to honoring cultural diversity, flexible scheduling and continuing education. We are large enough to provide growth opportunities and small enough to know one another.  We are primarily on a hospital campus in downtown Boston and now in the Longwood medical area and also in suburban sites in Braintree, Concord, Duxbury, East Bridgewater, Milton, Newton, Stoneham, Quincy and Weymouth.

Please Browse Open Jobs (left toolbar) to review openings, to apply or to get questions answered. If your disability prevents you from using the on-line employment application please contact the Human Resources department by sending an e-mail to hrdept@meei.harvard.edu or phoning 617-573-3902 for assistance.  Resumes cannot be accepted at this email address.

Thank you for your interest in Mass. Eye and Ear. Mass. Eye and Ear is firmly committed to the spirit, as well as the laws, of non-discrimination. It is Mass. Eye and Ear’s policy to hire, train and promote its employees without regard to race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identification, age, national origin, disabled, or veteran status - in accordance with applicable law.