Are you a veteran? Active duty service member exploring civilian career options? Whatever your rank or background, chances are we have opportunities for you to build a meaningful career with us!
At Kaiser Permanente, we’re here to make lives better, and we need individuals with a strong work ethic, dedication, and initiative to help us deliver on our mission. We recognize these traits in our military service men and women, and welcome the unique skills and experience you can bring to our workforce.
As part of our commitment to supporting your development at Kaiser Permanente, we’ll provide you with the resources and training you’ll need to succeed throughout your career with us—and in addition to competitive compensation and benefits to support your health and well-being, we’ll help you meet your financial goals and maintain a balance between your work life and family life.
Ready for a challenging and meaningful career at an organization dedicated to providing high-quality, affordable care to our members and the communities we serve? Join us on our mission as we transform health care with the nation’s leading not-for-profit health plan.
Not sure where you will fit in at Kaiser Permanente? Try our military skills translator tool to match your skills to our open positions.Military Skills Translator Tool
Watch Ronald Copeland, our senior vice president and chief Diversity & Inclusion officer, and also a veteran of the United States Air Force, speak on our commitment to veterans—to create opportunities for meaningful careers, provide access to resources and support, and ensure veterans and their families receive high-quality health care that meets their specific needs.
Junior Military Officer (JMO) Program
Underscoring our dedication and commitment to our armed services, our JMO Program supports professional advancement through a unique career trajectory. This 2-year rotational program is designed to transition high-performing junior military officers by preparing them for successful leadership roles with Kaiser Permanente. The program provides a challenging opportunity to work on a rotational basis and includes on-the-job experience, leadership mentoring, and formal Web-based and classroom training. You’ll cultivate the skills needed to be a successful leader and gain experience in a broad number of business areas that may include the following:
- Health Care Operations
- Information Technology
- Enterprise Shared Services
- National Facilities Services
- Health Care Administration
- Human Services
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
- MBA or other advanced degree strongly preferred
- Minimum of 4 years’ commissioned service
- Excellent military record
- Current commissioned military officer or former commissioned officer who has not been separated from the military for more than 2 years – this may be waived if pursuing higher education
We rely on the success of our leaders to help us advance our cause, and we’re proud to include our service men and service women among them. If you are interested in participating in a unique career leadership development opportunity, consider our JMO Program.
External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with Federal, state and local laws, including but not limited to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran, or disability status.
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