We create connectivity that matters—be a part of it

We’re always looking for talented, compassionate people to join our team

If you want to make a difference in the lives of patients and their families, enjoy collaborating with others who are passionate about their work, and thrive in a remote work environment, we’d love to talk with you!

Take a look at our open roles at the bottom of this page. If you don’t see a position that matches your talents, please continue to check back. We are growing quickly and add new roles frequently.

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Why Annexus Health?

Benefits, perks, and culture

In addition to comprehensive insurance coverage (medical, dental, vision, life, short- and long-term disability, and pet), unlimited PTO, parental leave, 401(k), and telecom reimbursement to cover the costs of working from home, our employees enjoy the flexibility of a fully remote work environment and the community of an inclusive culture. Although we all work from different places, we prioritize connecting with each other through company events and engagement activities (like virtual holiday parties and step challenges), a new hire “buddy” program, team message rooms, an Annexus Health radio station that lets us play our favorite songs for each other, and more!

Another unique aspect of our culture at Annexus Health is our “Bound by Service” initiative. “Service” is one of our core values as a company, and one of the ways we live this value is by giving each employee 2 days of PTO each year to devote to being of service to their community.

Here’s how Jeanette Maack, Senior Director of Training and Development, spent a “Bound by Service” day:

“I volunteered to ring the bell for the Salvation Army. It was a great opportunity to raise money for individuals and families in the Kansas City metro area. The weather was fantastic, and several people stopped to visit with me when making their donation as opposed to rushing into Bass Pro to get out of the cold. This was my first time ringing the bell for the Salvation Army and it was time well spent.”