Join us and help transform healthcare for those who need it most
CCA is on a mission to improve the health and well-being of the members and patients we so proudly serve. We deliver unparalleled, compassionate care to people with significant needs—driving incredible outcomes in the process. Our innovative uncommon care® model is proven effective in addressing unmet social determinants of health, behavioral health, and medical needs.
When you join the CCA family, you get to collaborate with innovative, creative, and compassionate individuals who come to work every day with a sense of purpose and a passion for helping others. And, you’ll receive excellent compensation and benefits for your efforts!
Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA) provides reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities as needed to apply or interview for available positions. If you require an accommodation, please contact Andrina Buffong at [email protected].
CCA Recognized as a “Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion”
CCA is thrilled to have been named a Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion in 2022 by the Disability Equality Index (DEI). The DEI is a joint initiative of the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), the nation’s largest disability rights organization, and Disability:IN, the global business disability inclusion network. This award is based on the readiness of CCA’s workplace for individuals with disabilities, and it is an honor to be recognized for our commitment to making our workplace more equitable for differently-abled colleagues. The diversity of our staff at CCA is an important part of our ability to execute on our mission. We remain committed to creating accessible, collaborative spaces in which all employees can feel respected and comfortable.
CCA named Top Place to Work for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
It’s a huge honor to make The Boston Globe’s list of Top 10 Places to Work: Diversity Issue—so you can imagine how proud we are that this year CCA came in #1 on that list! The award, issued in 2021, is based on organizations’ dedication to making their workplaces more equitable. CCA recruits not just Black and Latinx prospects, but LGBTQ candidates and people with disabilities, as well as those with Native American and Middle Eastern heritage. Even our hiring teams are now required to be diverse, both demographically and departmentally, and to watch a video about bias before each interview.
The Boston Globe Names Commonwealth Care Alliance® a Top Place to Work for 2022
“This recognition is a continuing reminder of how carefully our entire team stewards the important role we have in the lives of the individuals we so proudly serve,” said CCA President and CEO Chris Palmieri. “We have focused on building a culture that supports our workforce and cultivates this connection to our mission, and I am proud that we have once again been recognized as a top place to work in the Boston area.”
Make a difference at Commonwealth Care Alliance®
At CCA, we’re big enough to be a real force in healthcare and small enough to cultivate a welcoming and supportive culture. Being there for one another matters, and every person on our team has a chance to make an impact. Learn what YOU can achieve at CCA!
We know that our success hinges on the success of our people. Our Total Rewards package will help you maintain good health, foster work-life balance, plan for retirement, provide for your and your family’s financial security, and more. In addition to competitive pay, a generous Paid Time Off program, and superlative healthcare plans, we offer benefits such as educational reimbursement and loan forgiveness for many clinical positions.
CCA provides reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities as needed to apply or interview for available positions. If you require an accommodation, please contact Andrina Buffong at [email protected].