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Career Information for U.S. Military Veterans

Veteran Jobs MissionUniversal Health Services (UHS) is a member company supporting the Veteran Jobs Mission, the leading private-sector solution addressing U.S. military veteran unemployment.

Veteran Jobs Mission began in 2011 as a coalition of 11 leading companies committed to hiring 100,000 Veterans by 2020. Since then, the coalition has evolved to more than 245 private-sector companies that represent virtually every industry of the U.S. economy. The Veteran Jobs Mission coalition has collectively hired more than 455,000 veterans since it began.

Building on this momentum and reflective of the significant contributions veterans have made to the companies that have hired them, the Veteran Jobs Mission has raised its goal to hiring 1 million U.S. military veterans. Beyond their ongoing search for top military talent, Veteran Jobs Mission members are continuing to increase their focus on retention and career development of veterans in the private sector. This includes supporting veterans as they adapt to the workplace by establishing sponsorship and on-boarding training programs, as well as industry-based coalition subgroups to increase collaboration among members.

To learn more, visit veteranjobsmission.com

Notification of recruiting scam using the UHS name:

It has been brought to our attention that a handful of cases have occurred around the country where scammers using the UHS name have attempted to lure unsuspecting job seekers into an arrangement whereby they would be asked to send money in exchange for a job with the company. This is a scam targeting job seekers and the individuals involved are not representatives of UHS.

If you are the victim of such a scam, we ask that you:

  • Notify the UHS Compliance Department at 1-800-852-3449
  • Notify local law enforcement authorities, the recruiting website and Google, being certain to include the email address of those who you were corresponding with
  • If you receive any checks DO NOT cash them. Instead, contact the Bank and inform them that you believe that you have received a fraudulent check and want to report it