Frequently asked questions

What are you looking for in an applicant?

We’re looking for people who share a passion for our mission to help people change behaviors by esteeming them through empathetic listening and providing exceptional clinical, client, and customer service.   

Our ideal candidate is an excellent listener who exhibits compassion, creativity, and curiosity.  They’re not afraid to be clear and clarify with kindness and empathy. Adaptability is key to navigate and lead people through the ambiguity that comes with rapid growth. And they believe that a different approach is the key to solving for the issues in our existing healthcare system.  

If this sounds like you, apply for an open position today.

How would you describe the Vera model of care?

Advanced primary care takes what you’ve come to expect from standard fee-for-service healthcare — the long waits, the frustratingly short appointments, the shuffle of specialist visits, the high costs and stress — and turns it upside down, creating a new model with aligned incentives that benefit patients, providers, communities, employers, and insurers while saving money.

Advanced primary care minimizes obstacles to health by emphasizing time-rich appointments, empathetic listening, and behavior change. The results are better outcomes, improved population health and satisfaction, and fewer claims.

What's it like to work at Vera?

"I have been able to build incredible working relationships, and experience personal and professional growth. The Vera culture has provided the space for me to be a novice again, and the opportunity to learn from others and stretch out of my comfort zone. I am inspired by prospects and clients who want to provide healthy solutions, innovative work environments, and a positive support network for employees and their families. My role allows me to be a catalyst of change for organizations and individuals, as well as seek to understand their perspective and values when developing a solution."

— Victoria Andrews, Clinical Consultant

Learn more about working at Vera by visiting our Employee Testimonial page.

What's the best way to apply for a position at Vera Whole Health?

Search and apply for job openings on our Careers site. You’ll be prompted to upload your resume and complete a series of questions for review by our recruiters. If you think you’d be the right fit for multiple positions, go ahead and apply. Or, if you can’t find something that interests you, be sure to sign up for job alerts to be amongst the first to be updated on new openings.  

I've submitted my application. Now what?

The recruitment process varies by role. The steps for each can be found under the "Our Hiring Process" section on their respective pages:

Allied Staff
Health Coaches
Field Support

How long does your recruitment process typically take?

This varies by role and can range anywhere from four to eight weeks. Your recruiter can help you understand the specific timeline for the opening you've applied for. 

Do you have an employee referral program?

Yes. Reach out to any friends or colleagues who work at Vera to find out about opportunities coming soon and be sure to include their name on your application. 

Once hired, what can I expect in my first weeks at Vera?

Once you’ve accepted our job offer, you’ll spend two weeks with our Learning and Development team at our Field Support office in Seattle. Our onboarding program covers everything from HIPAA and PHI training to reviewing the five core coaching skills. Additional training will be role-specific, so be sure to ask your recruiter specifically what to expect. And, if your position isn’t based in Seattle, we’ll cover your travel there for initial onboarding and follow-up trainings as needed. 

What does your benefits package include?

Transforming healthcare isn’t easy. It takes hard work and dedication. That’s why we offer a highly competitive compensation and benefits package

  • Premium medical, dental, vision coverage, matching 401(k) program, generous PTO (up to 4 weeks), and paid holidays

  • Access to Vera care center services, VeraDirect telehealth, health coaching, and Annual Whole Health HSA incentives

  • Culture of continuous learning and development, including continuing education expense coverage, 1:1 development coaching, and team coaching programs

  • Wellness culture, fitness center reimbursement, healthy snacks, parking, and transportation benefits

Does Vera offer flexible work schedules?

Field Support employees can work with their managers on a case-by-case basis to evaluate flexible work arrangements, including part-time and telecommuting based on employee and business needs.  

Clinical team member schedules are determined by care center hours, which vary by location and client employer needs. Check out hours by location here.

If remote is important to you, be sure to mention it to your recruiter so they can find out if that’s possible in the role you’re pursuing.  

What are care center hours?

Care center hours vary by location, determined by client population needs. To find out hours for a specific care center location, click here. 

Where are Vera's offices located?

Vera Whole Health’s Field Support office is based in Seattle, Washington with clinical offices across the United States. For a list of locations, click here.  

What if I need to relocate?

If a recruiter contacts you about a job, let them know about your relocation requirements. If the position does not have a relocation budget available, the recruiter will work with you to find similar job opportunities at Vera that do.