Veterans and reservists seeking solid, rewarding careers in healthcare will find them at Cleveland Clinic. We’re proud to offer exceptional job opportunities for our servicemen and women, and take special care to provide them with the tools and benefits they need to excel in their civilian careers.
Our facilities are always looking for enthusiastic candidates who are passionate about quality and can excel in a dynamic team environment. We are working with various local, state and national groups to ensure that all Veterans will continue to discover quality careers at Cleveland Clinic that reflect the high standard of service they’ve given our country.
Use our Military Jobs Matching Tool to match your military job code to a civilian job title. Simply enter your military job code or title and the tool will present you with a list of relevant job openings at Cleveland Clinic. If your search does not provide a match, please apply to our Military Job Interest Community.
Visit our Military Jobs Matching Tool
For additional information on other Military Resources that may be available, please explore our Military Partnerships.
Employment Connection hosts three day MCAS workshops to better prepare candidates to explore, apply and interview for civilian jobs in healthcare, specifically Cleveland Clinic. If you are interested in attending a MCAS workshop, please call 216.664.3928 or visit www.employmentconnection.us.
Cuyahoga County Veterans Service Commission
The Cuyahoga County Veterans Service Commission (formerly known as the Soldiers Relief Commission) was established on May 19, 1886, for the purpose of assisting Honorably Discharged Veterans and their minor children, spouse, and widows, who have met with an unexpected hardship resulting from lack of employment, illness or injury. Some available services are: Emergency Financial Assistance, help in completing VA Claims, and Memorial Affairs.
In partnership with the AMVETS Career Center, an Employer Outreach Specialist also provides free services to honorably discharged veterans and their immediate family members. Some available services include free career coaching, online training, and vocational or certification programs.
Employer Partnership of the Armed Forces
The Employer Partnership of the Armed Forces (EPAF) was created in 2008 as a way to provide employers, large and small, with a direct link to some of America’s finest employees – service members, veterans, and their families. Through the Partnership, job seekers can leverage their military training and experience for career opportunities in today’s civilian job market with national, regional and local Employer Partners.
Army Partnership for Youth Success
The Army Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) Program is a strategic partnership between the US Army and a cross section of corporations, companies, and public sector agencies. The program provides America’s youth with an opportunity to serve their country while they prepare for their future. This unique program is part of the Army’s effort to partner with America’s business community and reconnect America with the Army.
Cleveland Clinic Employee Resource Group
Cleveland Clinic offers Military/Veterans’ Employee Resource Group to all Current Caregivers. The Military/Veterans’ Employee Resource Group provides a network that supports the professional and personal development of active-duty military employees and veterans at all levels while working with management to advance the inclusion, retention and career mobility of these employees.
In addition, this group provides insights to senior management about strategies to enhance the image of Cleveland Clinic in the community, help strengthen patient experience and act as an employer of choice.