Ready for a New Career? SCF is Hiring!
By Public Relations Specialist Gabby St Clair
Southcentral Foundation currently employs over 2,500 employees in more than 80 health and related programs. If you are beginning your professional journey or looking for a new career, SCF offers diverse employment opportunities and is hiring for a variety of positions.
“Find a department that best suits your interests,” said SCF Recruiter Alan Conwell. “Whether you’re entering the workforce for the first time or graduating with a college degree, we have programs to assist with gaining administrative training and on-the-job experience.”
Working at SCF means more than merely having a job — it’s about developing a career that can lead to opportunities for advancement, supported by on-the-job training, scholarship programs, award-winning onboarding programs, wellness and academic leave. These programs reflect how SCF values continual growth and development for all employees.
For Senior Human Resource Manager Barbara Sappah, her career with SCF began in 2006 when she sought to build a greater connection with the Alaska Native Community and noticed the Administrative Support Training Program. At the time, Sappah was enrolled at Alaska Pacific University to finish her bachelor’s degree. She explored options, but quickly realized SCF would offer support to help continue her education journey.
After completing ASTP, she transferred to Human Resources as an administrative support. From there, she continued to progress while utilizing the scholarship program and academic leave. With this, Sappah obtained a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management and a master’s degree in organizational leadership. She shares her story to inspire those interested in starting a career with SCF. With the support of an organization that believes in investing in their employees, she has built a meaningful career at SCF while advancing through many educational opportunities.
Here are some benefits SCF offers:
- Over 3.5 weeks of paid leave in the first year of employment and leave increases with years of service up to 6.5 weeks
- 13 paid holidays
- Payment of licensure and/or certification, depending on the position
- Scholarship and education leave programs
- Retirement program with a generous employer contribution
- Provider staff covered by federal tort malpractice insurance
- Comprehensive employee and family package, including medical, dental, vision, hearing and two prescription drug plans
- Short-term and long-term disability insurance
- Life insurance
- Accidental death and dismemberment insurance
- Section 125 cafeteria plan
- Employee assistance and wellness program
- Employee recognition program
“I stayed because of all the opportunities offered at SCF —progressions, promotions, and support for continuing education,” Sappah said. “I’ve also had the support of amazing leadership that has helped mentor me and also believe in me.”
To view job opportunities at Southcentral Foundation, click here.