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Start by joining CVS Health
We’re a values-based organization focused on helping people on their path to better health. Here, you’ll work alongside former members of the military and current reservists and members of the National Guard. Bring your unique skills to our industry, and we look forward to helping you grow your career.
We offer opportunities at all levels for U.S. Veterans and will enforce the Uniformed Service Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).
Also, if you’re a Reservist member of the National Guard, be assured that you’ll have a job at CVS Health when you return from deployment. And, even though your civilian job may differ from your military job, we have many opportunities that may be right for you.
We recognize the value of military spouses bring to our company and continue to look for ways to help you find employment.
Explore our career areas and learn more about continuing your mission to help others.
No Leadership Experience and No College Degree
You joined the service and decided you want to do something else. CVS Health values what your service taught you about discipline and teamwork. We offer training and certification opportunities to help prepare you for roles from retail to pharmacy technician to driver.Search for roles
Leadership Experience and No College Degree
Our Store Manager in Training Program is ideal for NCOs. This 12-week program can help prepare you to be a Store Manager where the career opportunities are just beginning.Search for roles
Leadership Experience and a College or Advanced Degree
You’ll find opportunities across CVS Health for someone with your leadership skills and your education which is ideal for JMOs.Search for roles based on your degree or experience
Doctors, Nurses, Pharmacists
We have needs for colleagues from all medical specialties. In fact, we’re one of the largest employers of nurse practitioners in the USA.Search for roles based on your specialty
Can a veteran keep serving?
No matter your experience, your skills, or your goals, you’ll find opportunities at CVS Health.
How our values match yours
As you know, CVS Health is focused on helping the nation. And no matter what branch of the military you served in, you’ll find that our values match the values that you live by.
Innovation – Your ability to quickly implement new advances will fit well at CVS Health, where we are quick to bring new technology to help our customers.
Collaboration – You already know the importance of teamwork and of leadership, and here you’ll thrive in a collaborative, flexible environment.
Caring – Your dedication to honor, service and sacrifice prepared you for a career at a company like CVS Health, where we put the needs of our customers and our patients first.
Integrity – The honesty and sincerity that you bring from the service will help in all aspects of your work life here.
Accountability – While holding yourself to a higher standard and taking responsibility for your actions, you were preparing yourself for a career with CVS Health.
Click on the photos below to read the stories of veterans who made the move to CVS Health.
Talent Acquisition Manager
U.S. Marine Corps, Master Sergeant
Here, as I did in the military, I feel I’m part of a bigger purpose. We impact people’s lives and this is a natural continuation of a noble career path. You’ll be surrounded by many veterans from all eras and a company that values not only our past service but what we can contribute today. It provides the fulfillment of accomplishing missions and the opportunity to constantly contribute to a bigger cause.
Manager, Information Security Policy Management and Security Awareness
U.S. Military Flight Commander
Being in the military cyber warfare realm requires extensive flexibility from my civilian employer. The flexibility provided by CVS Health has allowed me to seamlessly transition from my military mission to my corporate position.
Senior Director, Enterprise Disaster Recovery
U.S. Air Force, Colonel
CVS Health values self-starters and independent thinkers. Any transitioning veteran can and will succeed here if you continue to stress your accountability and thoroughness. The lingo is different and the uniform is different. But the sense of mission is familiar. It’s clear, understandable and relatable. That clarity of mission provides a similar sense of duty. Bring your ‘A’ game, though. We do run hard in order to ensure we help our patients on their path to better health.
Manager, Workforce Initiatives-Military
Recruitment U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel
All of soft skills that I acquired while on active duty with the Army for 26 years transitioned nicely with my new career at CVS Health. Regardless of my technical background in the military, my soft skills gained in the military are making my new career with CVS Health a smoother transition.
Vice President, Workforce Strategies and Chief Diversity Officer
U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant
The military has an ethos that is grounded in purpose-driven service that’s bigger than the induvial. The same holds true for us at CVS Health. You can talk to colleagues in any part of our business and they will be able to articulate our company’s purpose and the role they play to help execute that purpose. Working here provides an opportunity for service members and military spouses to continue to serve -- just in a civvies.
Telecom Intake Manager
U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant
Coming from the military, I was used to being able to have as much responsibility and influence as I was willing to reach out and grab and prove myself capable of having. CVS Health has provided that same opportunity. I never feel limited or constrained here; there’s always more I can reach out and grab to take on and get involved in. The military drove me to never settle for the easy way out and always work for things to be done the right way. CVS Health has an environment where that’s still encouraged.
Supporting your local community
At CVS Health, we help out in our communities and give back to the people who support us.
Our hard work's been noticed, and acclaimed.
We’re proud to be part of the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP) providing training and employment opportunities for spouses. With 150 CVS Health locations just 20 miles from a military base, you’ll find roles here. But we also have work-from-home opportunities.
Before You Apply
We want you to feel fully prepared in your search as your work makes a difference in the lives of millions.
Yes. We are proud to hire veterans and will use this information to understand how we can improve the hiring experience for other veterans.
The Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 (VEVRAA), as amended (38 U.S.C. § 4212), prohibits discrimination against protected veterans. Under VEVRAA, a veteran may be classified as a ‘‘disabled veteran,’’ ‘‘recently separated veteran,’’ ‘‘active duty wartime or campaign badge veteran,’’ or ‘‘Armed Forces service medal veteran.’’
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CVS Health screens over a million job applicants a year. To be fair and objective in making hiring decisions, we consider experience, job related skills, and interview performance. One way we evaluate applicants is by having applicants to many high volume roles take the Virtual Job Tryout (VJT). Please see the attached pamphlets to gain an understanding about the VJT before you apply.