Valuing the insights and talents of each and every one of our professionals is part of our DNA here at Kaiser Permanente. As the nation’s leading nonprofit health plan, we elevate the experience of each individual on our team — a team more than 195,000 strong. Why are we committed to nurturing an environment that promotes the training, support, and success of our people? Because we know beyond a doubt that having a diverse, multitalented community — a community that celebrates strengths and empowers achievement — helps us perform better. It helps us relate to, connect with, and care for the millions of men, women, and children we serve.
To enhance our already diverse workforce, we are focused on adding more individuals with disabilities to our team. We seek your insight. We celebrate your experience. And we welcome all that you can bring to elevate our team.
In 2015, Kaiser Permanente was ranked number two on DiversityInc’s list of Top 50 Companies for Diversity! This marks the sixth year in a row that we’ve been ranked in the top 5, the only health care organization to have achieved such recognition. DiversityInc also named Kaiser Permanente one of 2015’s Top 10 Companies for People With Disabilities!
a supportive Environment
Michael Siver is one of our employees. He also has cerebral palsy. Watch as he describes the benefits of working at Kaiser Permanente.
Meet Michael Siver
inclusion starts with you
Why is voluntary self-identification of disability in the workplace important?
Watch this video to find out
If you would like to bring your experience to Kaiser Permanente, we encourage you to explore employment opportunities with us.
Should you discover, as you navigate the recruitment process, that you need special accommodation due to a disabling health condition, we encourage you to contact us.
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.