Working at Independence
Choosing where to work is an important decision, because it’s about more than an individual job. It’s about the work we do and the people we work with. It’s about personal growth and professional development — and it’s why the average associate works here for nearly ten years.
Our culture is one of openness, integrity, and respect — where everyone feels respected and supported. We value the contributions of our associates and support their varied backgrounds and viewpoints.
There is no “typical” Independence associate. We are more than 3,300 associates with shared differences — ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, generation, ability, interests, and backgrounds. These differences play a critical role in helping us fulfill our mission of enhancing the health and well-being of the people and communities we serve. They broaden our outlook on life and deepen our understanding, and we rely on them for guidance and creativity.