There’s a lot of uncertainty around work right now with the COVID-19 pandemic—especially if you’re a job seeker still trying to make progress in your search or if you’ve just been laid off. But a lot of companies are still hiring during this coronavirus crisis—and they need to fill essential roles more than ever.
From account manager at Unilever to content strategist at Clearlink, there are a variety of roles and opportunities available in a mix of industries—not only in the grocery and healthcare spaces (though there are plenty of roles there, too).
Browse through these companies and their open positions—now’s the time to apply.
At The Kroger Family of Companies, their people are their strength. With diverse backgrounds and unique experiences, they tell a story that is all theirs—a story of friendliness, caring, teamwork, and freshness. The Kroger Family of Companies is redefining the way people shop for groceries by offering anything, anytime, anywhere, in their stores, at pickup lanes, or via automated delivery vehicles. Kroger isn't just a traditional grocery store. They're leading the way with the technology, talent, and rewards that provide every associate a career with promise.
Philips is a leading health technology company focused on improving people’s health and well-being. For over 125 years, Philips has leveraged advanced technology and deep clinical and consumer insights to deliver integrated solutions. The company is a leader in consumer health, home care, diagnostic imaging, image-guided therapy, patient monitoring, and health informatics. Philips employs over 17,000 employees across 50 offices in North America, all working to help create a healthier society.
On any given day, 2.5 billion people use Unilever products to look good, feel good, and get more out of life. From nutritionally balanced foods to indulgent ice creams, luxurious shampoos, and everyday household items, the company develops a diverse range of products from more than 400 brands. Whatever the brand, Unilever is deeply committed to creating sustainable products that improve health and wellbeing.
Instacart is a North American leader in online grocery and one of the fastest-growing companies in e-commerce. By bringing fresh groceries and everyday essentials to busy people and families across the U.S. and Canada, Instacart gives customers two very important things: food and time. From connecting customers with coupons and deals for their favorite retailers and brands to updating over half a billion lines of grocery data from more than 25,000 stores each night, every change and expansion Instacart makes to the product moves them closer to becoming the operating system for the online grocery industry. They're looking for people who're excited to noodle on these challenges along with them.
Given the continued customer demand Instacart expects over the coming months, they will be bringing on an additional 300,000 full-service shoppers to support cities nationwide. As more people look for immediate, flexible earnings opportunities during this time, Instacart hopes they can be an additional source of income for those looking to earn while also delivering for the communities in which they live. Learn more here: shoppers.instacart.com.
GSK dedicates itself to creating a healthier population the whole world over by researching and developing a broad range of innovative products in pharmaceutical, vaccine, and consumer healthcare arenas. The company boasts commercial operations in more than 150 countries, as well as 89 manufacturing sites and R&D centers in the U.K., U.S., and Belgium.
Facebook connects billions of people around the world, giving them ways to share what matters most to them. People who work at Facebook are builders at heart, whether they're creating new products or making tools so a business can expand its reach. Facebook's global teams are constantly iterating, solving problems, and working together to empower people around the world to connect in meaningful ways.
7. Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo’s historic bank has been serving communities since 1852—with clients in one in three households nationwide and 8,700 locations across 36 countries today. Wells Fargo—“Most Admired” among the world’s largest banks by Fortune magazine—offers an extensive portfolio of banking, mortgage, insurance, investment, consumer, and commercial expertise for every financial need.
Carbon Black is now part of VMware. Founded in 2002, VMware Carbon Black is a leading endpoint security company dedicated to protecting the world from cyberattacks. They offer different solutions—including both on-premise and cloud options—that protect people from cyber threats, ensuring all data and information is secure. VMware Carbon Black serves over 5,600 global customers of various sizes and verticals, and went public in 2018.
Healthfirst is New York’s largest not-for-profit health insurer, offering members access to high quality, affordable healthcare. The company’s mission is to put its members first by working closely with care providers and community leaders to address broader issues that can impact health and well-being. This value-based care model is the foundation of Healthfirst’s sustained growth in one of the most dynamic markets in the country. Healthfirst employees believe that good health doesn't start in a doctor's office and are passionate about what they do, focused on the future, and dedicated to making a difference in people’s lives.
Squarespace empowers millions of people—from individuals and local artists to entrepreneurs shaping the world’s most iconic businesses—to share their stories and create an impactful, stylish, and easy-to-manage online presence. Squarespace’s team of more than 1,100 employees is headquartered in downtown New York City, with offices in Dublin and Portland.
UnitedHealth Group, the parent organization of UnitedHealthcare and Optum, is one of the world’s leading diversified health care companies. Their goal is to improve the lives and health of others by helping to drive affordability, accessibility, and quality of care while also helping shape the way the health system works in the future. As a part of a global team, the people at UnitedHealth Group are passionate and motivated to tackle some of the toughest problems the industry is facing while building a meaningful career.
At Ultimate Software, people truly come first. The company strongly believes in teamwork, and it encourages and trusts its people to reach higher, learn more, and live up to their potential. A leading cloud provider of human capital management solutions, Ultimate’s award-winning UltiPro delivers HR, payroll, talent, compensation, and time and labor management solutions that allow people to work more effectively. Founded in 1990, Ultimate’s team has grown to over 5,000 people.
13. Deutsche Bank
With a presence in 59 countries, Deutsche Bank is a German financial institution servicing a global client network. The Americas play a central role in delivering revenue growth for Deutsche Bank. At Deutsche Bank, they pride themselves on their change-driven culture of collaboration and opportunity, and on fostering an inclusive environment where employees can bring their whole selves to work. The organization aims to create a positive impact in all that they do, for their clients, investors, employees, and the communities that they interact with. A career at Deutsche Bank is more than banking. Find out more at Deutsche Bank Careers.
14. Charles Schwab
Financial services can be complicated. Charles Schwab is trying to fix that. They have a history of challenging the status quo and innovating in ways that help individuals create a better tomorrow. Their purpose is to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity, empowering them to take ownership of their financial future at every income level and life stage.
Spectrum provides a full range of advanced broadband services, including Spectrum TV video entertainment programming, Spectrum Internet access, and Spectrum Voice to connect more people in more places. Spectrum’s employees are dedicated to supporting communities across the nation during challenging times. In addition to field technicians, several roles, including in customer service and sales, are critical for the company to maintain uninterrupted service for members all over. The company has more than 2,000 available positions due to increased service demand from both residential and business customers.
Clearlink combines digital marketing and sales conversion services to add value to a brand’s customers by offering a holistic service approach. Established in 2003, Clearlink employs over 1,500 marketers, technologists, and sales professionals at three locations in Salt Lake City, UT, Orem, UT, and Scottsdale, AZ. Clearlink partners with some of the world's leading brands—including AT&T, CenturyLink, Travelers, Safeco, and DISH—to extend their reach and deepen customer insights.
Broadridge, a global fintech company with $4 billion in revenue listed on the S&P 500, provides communications, technology, data, and analytics solutions. The company helps drive business transformation for clients with solutions for enriching client engagement, navigating risk, optimizing efficiency, and generating revenue growth. Broadridge works with some of the world’s largest financial institutions and over 5,000 brands in industries from telecommunications to healthcare.
For more than 140 years, Prudential has been helping individual and institutional customers all over the world achieve financial prosperity and peace of mind. They do this by providing a suite of different services, such as life insurance, investment management, and annuities. Prudential cares deeply about the customers they serve and their employees, ensuring that in both cases they’re taking care of the whole person and setting them up for success.
IGS supplies both commercial and residential properties with natural gas, electricity and home warranty products; power generation solutions off the grid; clean, domestic alternative fueling options. They’re committed to being environmentally friendly while also helping customers lower their utility bills. Though IGS has almost 1100 employees, this family-owned company still has the spirit of a startup—anyone is free to express their ideas, and leadership takes them seriously. And in an industry that can turn on a dime, IGS team members are glad to have co-workers they know they can count on.
Intuit's mission is to power prosperity around the world. They build web, mobile, and cloud financial solutions that generate more money, more time, and more confidence for millions of people. Leveraging AI and machine learning, they help consumers, small business owners, and the self-employed achieve their dreams of prosperity. No matter what role someone’s in at Intuit, they'll play a part in launching industry-leading products like TurboTax, QuickBooks, and Mint. Watch Intuit’s video to know what to expect during their virtual interview process.
21. Baker Tilly
Baker Tilly is a nationally recognized full-service accounting and advisory firm with offices throughout the Midwest and East Coast. Founded in 1931, the firm is dedicated to understanding client goals and providing effective solutions. Going beyond merely preparing taxes and conducting audits, the firm seeks to serve as a valued business advisor and be the first place clients call with questions. As an independent firm within a larger network, Baker Tilly is also able to offer global insights to its clients.
22. Cisco Meraki
Cisco Meraki’s mission is to simplify technology so passionate people can focus on their mission. Global clients—including startups, Fortune 500s, nonprofits, airports, hospitals, schools, and many others—rely on the company’s powerful cloud-managed networking solutions for seamless connection. Cisco Meraki helps the world spend less time on technology and more on what matters.
Zynga aims to connect people through social gaming experiences, and is known for developing some of the world's most popular programs. From FarmVille, Zynga Poker, and Words With Friends to Hit it Rich! and CSR Racing, the company’s creations are played by millions of people around the world each and every day. As mobile and web gaming surpass even email in terms of time spent online, Zynga is poised to take over the industry. Incredible opportunities are available in the group’s U.S., Canada, U.K., and India offices.
24. Oscar Health
In the last seven years, Oscar has experienced exponential growth, becoming the fastest-growing startup health insurer in the country. At Oscar, employees have the ability to make a real impact, solving problems that will transform the health care system and change the lives of its members. Oscar is powered by exceptional people who are passionate about tackling an enormous problem and changing health care for good. The company’s culture is what anyone would expect at a startup—fast paced, fun, and high-energy. Oscar’s offices feature open layout to encourage communication and collaboration. The team also plans exclusive events each month to celebrate and bring employees together.
25. Bowery Farming
Bowery Farming grows high-quality produce at scale in urban spaces using fewer resources. People who work for the company are passionate about food and sustainability. Here, staffers have a unique opportunity to find success at a business that aligns their professional goals with their personal interests. At Bowery, everyone plays a unique role in turning an ambitious set of dreams into creative, practical, and actionable solutions. The team is a diverse one with passionate, kind, and smart people who have fun, believe they can address pressing societal needs, and are dedicated to solving hard problems together.
Trustwave employees are excited to provide their clients with smartly managed cybersecurity services that help protect people’s privacy, fight cybercrime, and reduce online risk overall. Trustwave’s comprehensive and impressive portfolio of offerings includes in-depth security testing, expert consulting, customized technology solutions, and extensive cybersecurity education. Trustwave is the global security arm of Singtel, Optus, and NCS.
Integral Ad Science is a global technology organization that partners with advertisers and publishers to protect investments, capture consumer attention, and drive business impact. With 18 offices across 13 countries, the company is able to offer employees an incredibly diverse range of projects and growth possibilities to pursue, as well as many international travel opportunities. Integral Ad Science is currently accepting applications in all offices.
BounceX believes the best experiences start with knowing your customer. Whether it’s the local barista who knows how you like your latte, or the trusted barber who remembers the exact cut you want, it's this familiarity that keeps you going back. That’s why BounceX’s founding team of marketers set out to build technology that could allow brands to throw out the spammy, e-commerce playbook and bring that kind of tailored experience to shopping online. That same philosophy helped build the company’s award-winning corporate culture, which is highlighted by an inclusive office environment and world-class benefits like paid family leave, career coaching, and a pledge to equal pay.
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Originally from Venezuela, Rebeca studied mass communications and journalism at Florida International University in Miami, Florida. Before joining The Muse, Rebeca was a staff writer at South Florida Sun Sentinel, where she wrote about breaking news and crime, and then worked as an editorial assistant at Interval International, where she created and edited content for all global editions of the company’s travel publication, Interval World magazine.More from this Author