Mission: Our Mission: To change the health of the nation by changing the way health care is delivered
Evolent Health helps progressive health care systems lead, build and own the path to value-based care. No matter your current state of transition, we partner with you to drive real, lasting transformation from the inside out.
Founded in 2011 by UPMC Health Plan and The Advisory Board Company, we are a high-growth firm headquartered in Arlington, Virginia. Across multiple Evolent and partner system sites, our 750-member team of experts works shoulder-to-shoulder with provider leadership to shape the future of health care.
Evolent is proud to partner with leading providers and physician organizations in over 25 markets across the country.
Evolent provides the integrated technology, tools and team to advance value-based care. Our work begins with the Blueprint, an immediately actionable strategic roadmap that defines target markets, assesses needed clinical and operational capabilities, and is supported by a detailed business case. We implement the Blueprint through our Market Facing Solutions, which accelerate the path to value and embed and connect crucial capabilities through a Value-Based Services Organization:
Why Join Evolent Health?
Named among Forbes’ 2014 America’s Most Promising Companies and Glassdoor’s 2015 Best Places to Work, Evolent provides an opportunity to work with top talent in an organization committed to career development. While we come from a variety of backgrounds, we pursue a singular mission: to change the health of the nation by changing the way health care is delivered.
We’ve built a team of dedicated individuals who genuinely enjoy working together. Our accessible leadership team cultivates an open-door environment. We take smart risks and when we fail, we fail forward. We respect and encourage commitments outside of work. While we don’t all work the same way or the same hours, we are all dedicated to exceptional results.
Beyond the Basic Benefits.
Treadmill desks, healthy snacks and wellness challenges are just part of our resolve to promote a healthy (and fun!) work environment. We recognize and reward our most valuable asset—our team—with competitive pay and annual performance-based bonuses. We offer comprehensive health benefits, a company-matched 401(k) beginning day one and flexible spending accounts for daycare and transit. Each Evolenteer receives 25 personal and 10 holiday paid days off each year and a sabbatical option at 5 years. We proudly sponsor company-wide community service projects.
Ready to have an #Impactcareer?
Take two minutes and apply on any device with your resume or LinkedIn profile. Evolent Health is an equal opportunity employer in regards to minorities, females, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans.
Listen to our Evolenteers and learn more about living our values:
In our continious strides to improve our work, our relationships and ourselves, we listen first. With every interaction, we preserve and promote an open culture focused on the success, support and development of all.
We hire great people who we trust to make Evolent and our partners proud, and we value and reward those who lead at all levels. We rise to the occasion, capitalizing on the freedom and responsibility we've been granted to make an impact.
Never satisfied with the status quo, we endeavor always to learn and to offer more. We take smart risks, and when we fail, we fail forward. We look toward the future, with the conviction and agility to achieve our vision.
We care intensely about the mission - both Evolent's and our partners' - and set our sights on excellence in all that we do. We thoughtfully chart the course forward, bring our very best to even the smallest of steps, and make sure to celebrate our progress.
To serve-our partners and each other-remains our highest honor and motivation, and we apply both empathy and experience in fulfilling our charter. We each expect and extend respect, understanding it takes many different perspectives to drive change.
We demand nothing short of run-through-walls resolve in serving the ultimate customer-the patient. We put team first, and presume the best of intentions and effort from one another. Through an enviornment that supports our whole sevles, we sustain our commitment to going about and beyond.
All of our active roles are posted on our current opportunities page. To find the best career match; you can search for jobs by location, category and keyword. Submitting your resume takes two minutes and can be done from any device - even your phone! Don’t worry if you don’t have an updated resume - you can also apply with your LinkedIn profile. After you have submitted your application, you will receive an email confirmation.
After successful submission, a member of our Recruiting Team will review your information and qualifications - either way you will be notified. When there’s a match, a recruiter will contact you by email to set up a phone conversation.
Talent Team phone interview:
After the recruiter has viewed your resume, they will reach out to schedule a phone interview. This call will give you time to talk about successful work achievements and experiences. It’s also a great time to ask questions and learn more about our culture, values and mission. After the call, the recruiter will submit your candidacy to the hiring manager for review.
Hiring Manager Phone interview:
When the hiring manager gives a thumbs up, a member of the recruiting team will contact you to set up 30 minute phone conversation between you and the hiring manager. The goal of this call is to give you a more in-depth understanding of the position. From here, the hiring manager will evaluate your candidacy against other applicants and suggest an in-person interview for the top candidates.
Join us in the office! We’ll give you a tour, let you experience our culture and introduce you to members of the team! The onsite interviews are team based; you will meet individually with four members of the group. Each member will spend up to 45 minutes with you – getting to know your work style and answering any of your questions. During the interview, the Evolenteer will ask you a set of behavior based questions. These questions are designed to elicit a response that speaks to your past experiences. An example of a behavioral based question is: “Tell me about a time you had to work with teams across the organization and how you achieved the goal together.”
After the in-person interview, the team will compile their feedback of all candidates and will make a final decision. Once a decision is made, the group will reach out via phone to deliver the good news! If this wasn’t a perfect match, the team will give you a call to let you know how to stay in touch for any future openings.
**A great way to stay updated and in contact is by following us on Twitter @EvolentHealth OR #impactcareer. Or sign up for job alerts on our career page, to be informed when new roles open up. We encourage you to share your experience here on GlassDoor. Your feedback is key to improving and celebrating successes.**
I have been working at Evolent Health full-time (Less than a year)
Awesome company and employees with great values.
I honestly don't have any cons for my employer.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Evolent Health (Arlington, VA).
Three-level interview: phone screening with HR, phone screening with the hiring manager, in-person. The interview process itself was a little lengthy but not terrible. There was about a week between each phone screening, then two weeks between the phone screening and the in-person interview. I was told by the HR representative that I would hear back by the end of the next week. After allowing an extra week after that, I reached out with a friendly e-mail to inquire about when I would hear something back. The only response I received was a form letter (sent ten minutes after my inquiry, without so much as a greeting) stating "your qualifications do not meet the position" which 1.) seemed strange, given that should have been determined during the two phone screenings and 2.) went against the overall impression of the interview. Overall, the interview experience was fine. The communication at the end definitely could have been handled in a more personal and professional manner.