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Take your service to the next level

If you are a veteran looking for a new challenge, Maxim is the place for you. With over 150 offices across the country, we are doing necessary work on the ground in our communities. Use you MOS (U.S. Army and Marine Corps), AFSC (U.S. Air Force) or NEC (U.S. Navy) code in the search bar above to find roles that relate to the work you performed in the service.
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From Medic to LVN

Jaime Guzman, our 2022 South Caregiver of the Year, started his career in healthcare as a Medic and moved into home healthcare after his discharge. Hear his story of serving his community.

Get the inside scoop from our team

"Prior to starting my career at Maxim Healthcare Services I was unaware of resources Veterans and their spouses could receive later in life. As an Army Veteran myself, I come to work every day knowing my hard work benefits those who have made the path to our freedom. It has been a privilege to work alongside our veterans, getting to know them and their stories."
Daniela Hernandez Recruiter Operations Manager & U.S. Army Vet
“One thing the military taught me was how to be a positive part of a team but more so that I was part of something BIG. Maxim Healthcare Services hired me immediately, straight out of the military, when no one else would and I knew that I was going to be part of something BIG here. Maxim Healthcare Services works as a team across the US from office to office and I knew I wanted to be part of Maxim’s team because of my military service.”
Kelly Polino Clinical Supervisor & U.S. Army Vet
“After leaving the military I spent a lot of time searching for a career with purpose. I knew that I wanted to give back to my community and the Veterans who had served before me. Working at Maxim allows me to do just that though providing home care to Veterans with high acuity conditions such as ALS. Statistically, Veterans are more likely to get ALS than the average individual; I have found my purpose here at Maxim by helping provide nursing care for individuals that I myself may one day need.”
Justin Kilgore Operations Manager & U.S. Marine Corps Vet