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  • Military Skills Translator

    If you have a commitment to quality and innovation that mirrors our commitment to the men and women of the armed forces, take time to learn more about the career paths available here. We serve more than 133 million people in all 50 states in the United States and more than 125 countries. As you wrap your arms around the magnitude of our impact, imagine yourself being a part of making it all happen. This is not just a business; it’s a profoundly important purpose. It's a genuine opportunity to do your life's best work.SM

    1. Learn about UnitedHealth Group. Is your drive aimed in the same direction as ours?
    2. Update your resume. Your experience can make us more effective, more efficient and more prepared for the future we dare to imagine.
    3. Use the Military Skills Translator below.  Conveniently convert your military experience into opportunities available at UnitedHealth Group. 
    4. Talk to our team. Chat one-on-one with a Recruiter based upon your translator results.
    5. Submit your application.

     

     

  • Partnerships

    When it comes to health care, the men and women who help keep the peace deserve the greatest peace of mind. At UnitedHealth Group, we're all about finding better ways to help improve their lives no matter where life may take them. Our partnerships span from the state level to government programs; supporting those who serve and their families with the honor and respect they deserve.

    Veterans Job Mission:

    UnitedHealth Group was named a 2017 Military Friendly Employer by Victory Media, the publisher of G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse magazines

    As of March 31, 2015, the coalition has collectively hired 241,833 U.S. Military veterans and is now committed to hire 1 million veterans.

    Paralyzed Veterans of America:

    Paralyzed Veterans of America and UnitedHealth Group have formed a strategic partnership to help veterans transition to civilian life and navigate the complex landscape of finding jobs.

    Veteran Family Support:

    The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation honored UnitedHealthcare with the Globe and Anchor Award for its support in providing needs-based scholarships to children of U.S. Marines. (2016)

    Employee Support of the Guard & Reserve (ESGR):

    Since 2012, UnitedHealth Group has upheld our Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve, affirming the company's commitment to its employees who are retired, active-duty and reserve military personnel.

    Local Outreach:

    UnitedHealth Group has formed partnerships with state workforce agencies, Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies, Veteran Affairs and the Wounded Warrior Project regional offices nationwide.

    Each quarter, we reach out to more than 300 military and disability organizations nationwide to develop relationships and to help promote job opportunities in areas with high volume hiring.

    Innovation Partnership with Veterans Affairs:

    UnitedHealth Group is a founding partner with the VA Center of Innovation (formerly the VAi2) and has been collaborating closely with their team since 2012.

    Ride 2 Recovery:

    UnitedHealthcare is a lead sponsor of Ride 2 Recovery, providing financial, in-kind and volunteer support at cycling events across the country to help injured veterans recover from physical and mental wounds suffered in combat. Click here to learn more.

    My Career Advancement Account Scholarship:

    UnitedHealth Group is a partner of myCAA Scholarship, a workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of tuition assistance to eligible military spouses. The scholarship helps military spouses pursue licenses, certificates, certifications or associate degrees necessary to gain employment in high-demand, high-growth portable career fields and occupations.

    The scholarships are designed to further portable careers for spouses, and can be used to pay for education, training and testing in hundreds of occupations. Funds can cover occupational license or credential examinations, and associated courses.

  • Initiatives & Recognition

    When it comes to identifying what is mission critical, this is a no brainer. UnitedHealth Group understands and embraces the importance of giving back to the military community. Our commitment to the men and women of the armed forces and their families drives a wide assortment of initiatives and recognition.  

    Recognition

    2016 American Business Stevie Award:
    • UnitedHealth Group received a bronze "Stevie" award for Veteran Hiring at the 2016 American Business Awards, which honors positive contributions of organizations and businesses.
    ESGR (Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve) Above and Beyond Award:
    • In 2016, UnitedHealth Group received this award that recognizes employers who go above and beyond to providing their Guard and Reserve employees additional, non-mandated benefits such as differential or full pay to offset lost wages, extended health benefits, and other similar benefits.
    Outstanding Navy Reserve Employer:
    • UnitedHealth Group has been recognized by the Chief of Navy Reserve as one of America's Outstanding Navy Reserve Employers for 2016 for company leadership that promotes a culture of pride and recognition of Reserve service.
    Military Friendly Employer:
    • For the fifth consecutive year, UnitedHealth Group was named a “2017 Top 100 Military Friendly Employer” by Victory Media, the publisher of G.I. Jobs. This annual list distinguishes the top two percent of eligible employers with the strongest job opportunities and retention programs for transitioning service members seeking civilian employment.
    Military Spouse Friendly Employer:
    • UnitedHealth Group has been designated a “2017 Military Spouse Friendly Employer”, recognized for our commitment to hiring from the “force behind the force” spouse community.
    U.S. Veterans Magazine:
    • UnitedHealth Group is recognized on the “Best of the Best” list for the strides we have made in our veteran and diversity efforts.
    Profiles in Diversity Journal:
    • UnitedHealth Group has been recognized by Profiles in Diversity Journal as one of their “25 Most Influential Companies for Veteran Hiring”


    Initiatives

    Military Skills Translator:
    • The military skills translator tool gives candidates a better understanding of how their military skills translate to open jobs at UnitedHealth Group. Veteran job seekers can immediately map their experience to viable career opportunities.
    Blue Button:
    Employee Education:
    • Our “Hiring from the Military” course was designed to help managers understand commonly held myths about military personnel, educate them on appropriate interviewing questions, and help them identify how military skill sets translate into our careers and values. Since 2013, UnitedHealth Group has been using this comprehensive, computer-based training for hiring managers.
    Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation:
    • UnitedHealth Group is a national corporate sponsor of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, supporting educational opportunities for the children of wounded veterans.
    • The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation honored UnitedHealthcare with the Globe and Anchor Award for its support in providing needs-based scholarships to children of U.S. Marines. (2016)
    We Honor Veterans:
    • Optum’s hospice care team provides specialized care and support to Veterans and their families facing terminal illness.
    • "We Honor Veterans" provides hospice professionals with training on how to best serve Veterans through the challenges they may be facing from illness, isolation or traumatic life events.
    Delivering innovation, quality and access to United States Service Members, Veterans and their families:
    • UnitedHealth Group is committed to applying our leading innovations, data analytics, and expertise to ensure the service members, Veterans and their families are receiving the best health care.
    • Programs include enhancing access to behavioral health services and enterprise-wide solutions to support health care needs of service members, Veterans and their families. Learn More.


    Helping Veterans and their Families

    Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP):
    • Since 2011, UnitedHealth Group continues to actively participate in job fairs and recruiting events sponsored by military communities to support hiring military spouses. Open positions are promoted through the MSEP and communication channels.
    Blue Star Families Fellowship Program:
    • UnitedHealth Group and Blue Star Families, the nation’s largest chapter-based military families organization, launched the Blue Star Families Fellowship Program to support and empower military families.
    • Three appointed military spouses have been named ambassadors to serve as a vital link between military and civilian leadership communities.
    Community of Veterans (COV):
    • UnitedHealthcare Military & Veterans is a co-underwriter for COV. A confidential, online social network and mental health support program designed to facilitate connections between veterans who are transitioning home, regardless of whether they self-identify as struggling with mental health problems or not.
    • This peer-to-peer online support group includes groups for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). It has launched Vets Prevail, an innovative mental health tool that incorporates interactive multimedia e-learning lessons, peer support, diagnostic self-assessments and proprietary software for scheduling and tracking user activities, thoughts and feelings.
    National Military Family Association:
    • UnitedHealth Group awarded a $100,000 grant to help military spouses complete clinical licensure requirements in the mental health profession.
    Affordable Housing Communities:
    • Since 2011, UnitedHealth Group has provided more than $150 million to finance affordable-housing communities with supportive services throughout the U.S. These investments have included building affordable housing in communities with large veteran populations.
    Advocacy Work:
    • UnitedHealth Group is committed to military spouses' education and employment. We provide financial grants to military spouses pursing vocational certifications, GEDs, English-as-a-second-language courses, and a host of other scholarships designed to help military spouses complete their educations and pursue rewarding careers, despite the challenges of the military lifestyle.
    Fisher House:
    • UnitedHealth Group funds programs to assist the families of wounded U.S. military members. For instance, Fisher House provides a wide range of services and support to the families of wounded U.S. military. This funding helps support lodging and support costs for all families staying at Fisher House locations through their “Sponsor a Family” program.
    • The Fisher House at Camp Pendleton will opened in 2015 and supports nearby Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton. This is the first Fisher House location that’s supported by a sole funder.

If you have a commitment to quality and innovation that mirrors our commitment to the men and women of the armed forces, take time to learn more about the career paths available here. We serve more than 133 million people in all 50 states in the United States and more than 125 countries. As you wrap your arms around the magnitude of our impact, imagine yourself being a part of making it all happen. This is not just a business; it’s a profoundly important purpose. It's a genuine opportunity to do your life's best work.SM

1. Learn about UnitedHealth Group. Is your drive aimed in the same direction as ours?
2. Update your resume. Your experience can make us more effective, more efficient and more prepared for the future we dare to imagine.
3. Use the Military Skills Translator below.  Conveniently convert your military experience into opportunities available at UnitedHealth Group. 
4. Talk to our team. Chat one-on-one with a Recruiter based upon your translator results.
5. Submit your application.

 

 

When it comes to health care, the men and women who help keep the peace deserve the greatest peace of mind. At UnitedHealth Group, we're all about finding better ways to help improve their lives no matter where life may take them. Our partnerships span from the state level to government programs; supporting those who serve and their families with the honor and respect they deserve.

Veterans Job Mission:

UnitedHealth Group was named a 2017 Military Friendly Employer by Victory Media, the publisher of G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse magazines

As of March 31, 2015, the coalition has collectively hired 241,833 U.S. Military veterans and is now committed to hire 1 million veterans.

Paralyzed Veterans of America:

Paralyzed Veterans of America and UnitedHealth Group have formed a strategic partnership to help veterans transition to civilian life and navigate the complex landscape of finding jobs.

Veteran Family Support:

The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation honored UnitedHealthcare with the Globe and Anchor Award for its support in providing needs-based scholarships to children of U.S. Marines. (2016)

Employee Support of the Guard & Reserve (ESGR):

Since 2012, UnitedHealth Group has upheld our Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve, affirming the company's commitment to its employees who are retired, active-duty and reserve military personnel.

Local Outreach:

UnitedHealth Group has formed partnerships with state workforce agencies, Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies, Veteran Affairs and the Wounded Warrior Project regional offices nationwide.

Each quarter, we reach out to more than 300 military and disability organizations nationwide to develop relationships and to help promote job opportunities in areas with high volume hiring.

Innovation Partnership with Veterans Affairs:

UnitedHealth Group is a founding partner with the VA Center of Innovation (formerly the VAi2) and has been collaborating closely with their team since 2012.

Ride 2 Recovery:

UnitedHealthcare is a lead sponsor of Ride 2 Recovery, providing financial, in-kind and volunteer support at cycling events across the country to help injured veterans recover from physical and mental wounds suffered in combat. Click here to learn more.

My Career Advancement Account Scholarship:

UnitedHealth Group is a partner of myCAA Scholarship, a workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of tuition assistance to eligible military spouses. The scholarship helps military spouses pursue licenses, certificates, certifications or associate degrees necessary to gain employment in high-demand, high-growth portable career fields and occupations.

The scholarships are designed to further portable careers for spouses, and can be used to pay for education, training and testing in hundreds of occupations. Funds can cover occupational license or credential examinations, and associated courses.

When it comes to identifying what is mission critical, this is a no brainer. UnitedHealth Group understands and embraces the importance of giving back to the military community. Our commitment to the men and women of the armed forces and their families drives a wide assortment of initiatives and recognition.  

Recognition

2016 American Business Stevie Award:
  • UnitedHealth Group received a bronze "Stevie" award for Veteran Hiring at the 2016 American Business Awards, which honors positive contributions of organizations and businesses.
ESGR (Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve) Above and Beyond Award:
  • In 2016, UnitedHealth Group received this award that recognizes employers who go above and beyond to providing their Guard and Reserve employees additional, non-mandated benefits such as differential or full pay to offset lost wages, extended health benefits, and other similar benefits.
Outstanding Navy Reserve Employer:
  • UnitedHealth Group has been recognized by the Chief of Navy Reserve as one of America's Outstanding Navy Reserve Employers for 2016 for company leadership that promotes a culture of pride and recognition of Reserve service.
Military Friendly Employer:
  • For the fifth consecutive year, UnitedHealth Group was named a “2017 Top 100 Military Friendly Employer” by Victory Media, the publisher of G.I. Jobs. This annual list distinguishes the top two percent of eligible employers with the strongest job opportunities and retention programs for transitioning service members seeking civilian employment.
Military Spouse Friendly Employer:
  • UnitedHealth Group has been designated a “2017 Military Spouse Friendly Employer”, recognized for our commitment to hiring from the “force behind the force” spouse community.
U.S. Veterans Magazine:
  • UnitedHealth Group is recognized on the “Best of the Best” list for the strides we have made in our veteran and diversity efforts.
Profiles in Diversity Journal:
  • UnitedHealth Group has been recognized by Profiles in Diversity Journal as one of their “25 Most Influential Companies for Veteran Hiring”


Initiatives

Military Skills Translator:
  • The military skills translator tool gives candidates a better understanding of how their military skills translate to open jobs at UnitedHealth Group. Veteran job seekers can immediately map their experience to viable career opportunities.
Blue Button:
Employee Education:
  • Our “Hiring from the Military” course was designed to help managers understand commonly held myths about military personnel, educate them on appropriate interviewing questions, and help them identify how military skill sets translate into our careers and values. Since 2013, UnitedHealth Group has been using this comprehensive, computer-based training for hiring managers.
Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation:
  • UnitedHealth Group is a national corporate sponsor of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, supporting educational opportunities for the children of wounded veterans.
  • The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation honored UnitedHealthcare with the Globe and Anchor Award for its support in providing needs-based scholarships to children of U.S. Marines. (2016)
We Honor Veterans:
  • Optum’s hospice care team provides specialized care and support to Veterans and their families facing terminal illness.
  • "We Honor Veterans" provides hospice professionals with training on how to best serve Veterans through the challenges they may be facing from illness, isolation or traumatic life events.
Delivering innovation, quality and access to United States Service Members, Veterans and their families:
  • UnitedHealth Group is committed to applying our leading innovations, data analytics, and expertise to ensure the service members, Veterans and their families are receiving the best health care.
  • Programs include enhancing access to behavioral health services and enterprise-wide solutions to support health care needs of service members, Veterans and their families. Learn More.


Helping Veterans and their Families

Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP):
  • Since 2011, UnitedHealth Group continues to actively participate in job fairs and recruiting events sponsored by military communities to support hiring military spouses. Open positions are promoted through the MSEP and communication channels.
Blue Star Families Fellowship Program:
  • UnitedHealth Group and Blue Star Families, the nation’s largest chapter-based military families organization, launched the Blue Star Families Fellowship Program to support and empower military families.
  • Three appointed military spouses have been named ambassadors to serve as a vital link between military and civilian leadership communities.
Community of Veterans (COV):
  • UnitedHealthcare Military & Veterans is a co-underwriter for COV. A confidential, online social network and mental health support program designed to facilitate connections between veterans who are transitioning home, regardless of whether they self-identify as struggling with mental health problems or not.
  • This peer-to-peer online support group includes groups for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). It has launched Vets Prevail, an innovative mental health tool that incorporates interactive multimedia e-learning lessons, peer support, diagnostic self-assessments and proprietary software for scheduling and tracking user activities, thoughts and feelings.
National Military Family Association:
  • UnitedHealth Group awarded a $100,000 grant to help military spouses complete clinical licensure requirements in the mental health profession.
Affordable Housing Communities:
  • Since 2011, UnitedHealth Group has provided more than $150 million to finance affordable-housing communities with supportive services throughout the U.S. These investments have included building affordable housing in communities with large veteran populations.
Advocacy Work:
  • UnitedHealth Group is committed to military spouses' education and employment. We provide financial grants to military spouses pursing vocational certifications, GEDs, English-as-a-second-language courses, and a host of other scholarships designed to help military spouses complete their educations and pursue rewarding careers, despite the challenges of the military lifestyle.
Fisher House:
  • UnitedHealth Group funds programs to assist the families of wounded U.S. military members. For instance, Fisher House provides a wide range of services and support to the families of wounded U.S. military. This funding helps support lodging and support costs for all families staying at Fisher House locations through their “Sponsor a Family” program.
  • The Fisher House at Camp Pendleton will opened in 2015 and supports nearby Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton. This is the first Fisher House location that’s supported by a sole funder.
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