Centene Corporation

NA 3.3 St. Louis, Missouri

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Centene's purpose is to transform the health of the community, one person at a time.

Since our founding as a single local healthcare plan in 1984, Centene's heart and soul has been linked to the health of the communities we serve. From that day until now, Centene has worked tirelessly to fulfill needs in healthcare and help more individuals.

As we go about our work today, this long-held commitment to the lives of children, families, seniors, people with disabilities and many more is encapsulated in our purpose: Transforming the health of the community, one person at a time.

military culture

VA Healthcare System- presentation with the focus on VA healthcare benefits including other forms of assistance such as financial and burial benefits for veterans and military families.

PTSD Awareness - Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Recognizing Signs, Symptoms, Effects and Support.

military spouse recruitment and hiring

Our Talent Attraction team partners with the Military Spouse Employment Program

retention support

We offer a retention support program for all military connected employees regardless of the sub groups people may belong to

orientation training and onboarding

  • New Employee Orientation
  • New Employee Training
  • On-boarding program

military connected assistance

Centene has cultivated company-wide Employee Inclusion Groups (EIGs) to further enhance their inclusive workforce culture. Open to all employees, EIGs are voluntary, employee-led groups that drive impact by supporting the attraction, development, and retention of the best talent at all levels. EIGs provide professional and leadership development opportunities, contribute to community engagement initiatives and support business innovation and corporate best practices. Because of their significant value, Centene supports their EIGs through leadership involvement, work time and space, resources and Executive Mentors.

Centene's commitment to engagement with veterans and military families extends to their workforce. Centene’s Veterans and Military Families Employee Inclusion Group, CENVET was established to provide support and resources for employees who have served in the armed forces, and those related to a service member or former service member

civilian credential support

We offer tuition assistance or other financial support toward the preparation, attainment, and/or maintaining of an academic or professional certificate, degree, or another civilian credential

senior leadership

Centene understands the importance of having representation at all levels, including Executive leadership for our Employee Inclusion Groups and our Board of Directors.

David Minifie, former United States Marine Officer and Centene's Chief Experience Officer, has served as the Executive Sponsor of CenVet, Centene's Veterans and Military Families Employee Inclusion Group (EIG) since its inception. In this role he supports the group in informing and influencing, policies and programs company wide.

Last year, Centene announced the appointment of retired United States Air Force General Lori J. Robinson to serve on the company's board of directors. As a member of the governing body responsible for corporate management and oversight, Gen. Robinson joined the Nominating and Governance Committee and the Government and Regulatory Affairs Committee.

Transitioning out of the military and looking for a job? The Military Times Job Board has listings from companies looking to hire vets.