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What is it like to work at Stellar?
It’s an exciting time to join Stellar. We have a proven platform, a successful operating model, and we are growing our diverse and experienced staff. Before joining Stellar, our teammates have worked at consulting firms, startups, public sector health initiatives, nonprofits, VCs, and technology companies. Our culture is one of ownership and empowerment, and we consistently ask ourselves how we can improve the current healthcare landscape.
We are proud of the team we’ve been able to build at Stellar. Our diversity of experience and commitment to our mission mean that we collaborate constantly, solve challenges using creative solutions, operate with mutual respect, and try to sneak in some fun whenever we can!
At Stellar Health, your privacy and security as a job seeker is a priority no matter where you are in the interview process. As recruiting scams have become more prevalent, please take note of the following practices to ensure the legitimacy of any interaction with our team.
- Please note that any communication from our recruiters and hiring managers at Stellar Health about a job opportunity will only be made by a Stellar Health employee with an @stellar.health email address.
- Stellar Health does not utilize third-party agencies for recruitment services and does not conduct text message or chat-based interviews. Any other email addresses, agencies, or forums may be phishing scams designed to obtain your personal information.
- We will not ask you to provide personal or financial information, including, but not limited to, your social security number, online account passwords, credit card numbers, passport information, and other related banking information until we begin onboarding activities, which will be coordinated by a member of the Stellar Health People Ops Team with an @stellar.health email address.
If you are ever unsure whether you are in contact with a legitimate Stellar Health teammate, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you believe you’ve been a victim of a phishing attack, please mark the communication as “spam” and immediately report it by contacting the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.