We know the positive impact hiring veterans can have on our organization. HonorHealth is proud to be recognized as an Arizona Veteran Supportive Employer (AVSE) by the Arizona Coalition for Military Families. The AVSE designation is earned by organizations who equip their workplaces to more effectively recruit, hire and retain veterans. We are committed to strengthening our outreach and actively connecting service members, veterans and their families to HonorHealth's rewarding employment opportunities, fulfilling career paths and ongoing training through various initiatives across the organization.
HonorHealth is proud to welcome Deedra Zabokrtsky as our Senior Vice President and Network Chief Nurse Executive. Learn about Deedra's own military experiences and how HonorHealth is dedicated to supporting military members and their spouses transitioning from the military to a career with HonorHealth.
HonorHealth SkillBridge Opportunities
The SkillBridge program is authorized by the Department of Defense to help Service members transition from military to civilian workforce. The program is open to all Service members that are within their last 180 days before their separation or retirement. The program allows HonorHealth to offer Service members valuable civilian work experience to acquire employment skills, knowledge and abilities to assist with job opportunities in the civilian sector with the high probability of post service employment being offered at the end of the internship.
HonorHealth will match SkillBridge candidates to open positions on our Career Page that are reflective of the Service member’s qualifications and experience. Typical individualized internships are about 120 days. Active matching begins 60-90 days prior to projected SkillBridge start date.
Contact us at SkillBridge@honorhealth.com or Donna Tew at 480-583-0213 for more information.
Arizona Veteran Supportive Employer (AVSE)
Along with a rewarding career at any of HonorHealth's Phoenix metro area six medical centers or care centers, you will enjoy the following total rewards. HonorHealth requirements for employees seeking and returning from a leave of absence for military purposes are in accordance with the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 (USERRA).
Military Partnership Program
HonorHealth is committed to our military members and provides exceptional training opportunities for all branches of the military, active duty, National Guard and Reservists.Learn More
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