A fulfilling career means different things to different people. For some, it’s the opportunity to do extraordinary work or to develop challenging new skill sets. For others, it’s the ability to make a difference in people’s lives or to take on growing levels of responsibility and leadership.
However you define your professional goals, at the American Heart Association, you have the opportunity to achieve them. Because we are as passionate about our employees as we are about our mission. And we are as forward-thinking about our professional development as we are about our world-class programs and community outreach. Check out what we can offer you.
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If you are a current AHA employee, apply here.
Fraud Warning and Scam Alert
It has come to the AHA’s attention that someone is posing as Nancy Brown and/or Meighan Girgus and contacting individuals to interview them for jobs. Please be aware that this is a scam. The person or persons are not Ms. Brown or Ms. Girgus, and are attempting to get your private information. In some instances, they may send you a check, asking you to cash the check and wire money back to them. Other times they are asking for personal information such as your social security number. The AHA will not contact anyone requesting personal information like account passwords, personal identification numbers (PINs) or Social Security numbers. Do not provide any personal or financial information to unknown individuals, whether by phone or email. Please see http://www.fraud.org/scams/general-fraud/fake-check-scams.
The AHA routinely contacts applicants by phone and email but NOT by text or instant messaging services. The AHA will only contact candidates that have either applied online or were contacted via email through our LinkedIn Recruiter tool.
If you think you've been a victim of fraud, contact the following authorities:
Learn more information at the National Internet Fraud Watch Information Center.