What we loved about hearing that 'UnitedHealth Group' was hiring was that if you are currently in any type of 'Customer Service' type job...For example if you are working in retail or at a restaurant - they are looking for your skills!
(plus they hire high-school grads / GED equivalents!)
And even if you haven't worked in customer service, they still want you to "count yourself in" as they have excellent training and support programs to get you started.
This could be a great career to segue into if you are looking to change fields or leave the retail or restaurant biz. And! It will help you grow some very strong job skills that employers are always looking for.
Learn more below and at: YourLifesBestWork.com/service
From UnitedHealth Group...
'What makes you special? People skills? Ability to help inform and guide decisions? A desire to do work that matters?
That makes you a great fit for this role.
As the Affordable Care Act continues to attract new members for UnitedHealth Group products, we’re adding to our team. You’ll facilitate the enrollment of new members who are choosing us for their coverage. Your work may involve preparing, processing and maintaining new member or group enrollments. This will include data entry and updates, responding to member eligibility or group questions or verifying enrollment status.
And while we challenge you to raise your game, we’re here to support and guide you every step of the way. You’ll find a work environment that places tremendous emphasis on mentoring, training and personal development.
We’ll support you with the latest tools, advanced, continuous training and the combined strength of a high caliber team. You’ll discover a wealth of pathways for professional growth within Customer Service and across our global company.
So there you have it. A chance to have significant influence and impact plus a role that takes you to new levels of performance.
This is a job that can quickly become your life’s best work.'
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