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No matter how early you are in your career, in today’s market, it’s crucial to think about your professional development. We’ve taken steps to create multiple mutually beneficial initiatives geared toward those who are currently enrolled in school, graduating within the next couple terms, or who have been in the workforce for a few years after completing their education and are now seeking to level up. At Change Healthcare, we’re inspiring a better you.
Change Healthcare Internships
Change Healthcare offers internships for college students interested in gaining useful experience in numerous functional areas within a healthcare technology company setting. The summer internship program will span across 12 weeks (40 hours per week) typically from May into August of each year.
Selected interns will have the opportunity to take their knowledge obtained in the classroom and apply it to real-world business situations. During an internship with Change Healthcare, interns will have the opportunity to also work on a resume and character-building volunteer opportunity.
Internship Program Timeline
- December: Internship job postings will go live
- Early January: Spring semester on-campus recruitment begins
- Late February: Internship offers sent out
- May: Summer internship program begins
- August: Summer internship concludes
Early Career Positions
Setting the course for your career in any field requires taking initiative. Here at Change Healthcare, we allow you to kick-start your career in different areas based on your interest and skill sets that allow for a mutually beneficial team member/employer relationship. Whether you are a current student soon to graduate, or have already completed school in the last few years and are prepared to transition into your next fulfilling role, Change Healthcare is dedicated to highlighting suitable positions for those in their early careers.
ADP: General Track
The Accelerated Development Program (ADP) is a two-year program that includes challenging rotational assignments and leadership development through participation in formal and informal learning opportunities. Each rotation assignment is six months in length. ADP Associates in the general track of the program will have exposure and the potential to rotate throughout all parts of Change Healthcare.Download General Track brochure to learn more
ADP: Finance Track
The ADP: Finance Track is a two-year program with the same core fundamentals as the ADP program, but puts more focus on accounting/financial assignments within Change Healthcare.Download Finance Track brochure to learn more
ADP: Technology Track
The ADP: Technology Track is a two-year program with the same core fundamentals as the ADP program, but puts more focus on technical assignments within Change Healthcare's functional areas.Download Technology Track brochure to learn more
Rotational Program Timeline
- Late August: ADP job posting go live & fall semester recruitment begins
- Early September: Phone interviews begin for those meeting minimum qualifications
- Late October: Final candidates are set up with virtual interviews
- Late October/Early November: Rotational program job offers are made
- January: Incoming ADP Associates who can start early begin their pre-rotation
- July: The majority of new ADP associates will start their first rotation
Rotational Program Roll-Off Placement Examples
At the time of completion of your two-year rotation, you will have gained invaluable working experience in numerous business segments, allowing you to utilize knowledge and skills from multiples areas as you embark forward into your career. Below are a few examples of the roles now occupied by those who have completed their developmental rotations with Change Healthcare and are now drawing from many different areas to be successful in their placement:
- Senior Financial Analyst
- Operations Excellence Manager
- Project Manager
- Workforce Management Analyst
- Process Engineer
- Product Manager
- Healthcare Content Analyst
- Behavioral Engagement Specialist
- Program Manager
- UX Specialist
Rotational Program Opportunities
Change Healthcare Campus Visits
As part of Change Healthcare's university recruiting strategy, we visit select campuses in the fall and spring semesters. Fall recruitment typically focuses on rotational program recruitment, and spring recruitment usually concentrates on intern recruitment. If you see your school on this list, please visit our booth to find out more and speak to current Associates, business leaders, and university specialists to learn more!
As the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) situation continues to evolve, we’re taking action to protect our candidates and employees. Due to this, we have chosen to withdraw from all events until further notice. We will continue to monitor this situation and will reschedule as conditions change. Please check here for updates as information becomes available.
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