At the American Heart Association, we’re as passionate about our employees as we are about our mission. The AHA is dedicated to being an employer of choice that honors and rewards our employees who help make an extraordinary impact on advancing our mission. We’re committed to providing benefits, wellness programs and professional development resources that meet your personal and professional needs.
Our benefits package is designed to meet your individual needs and preferences, as well as provide you with choice and flexibility. Employees scheduled to work at least 20 hours a week are eligible to participate in the healthcare plans the first of the month following 30 days of service. Eligible dependents under the AHA’s group healthcare plans include: Your legal spouse, your domestic partner (same or opposite sex) and your children who are under 26 or are disabled.
Our total compensation program is focused on engaging and retaining employees who are motivated by high performance expectations and who are committed to making the American Heart Association the most effective, respected voluntary health organization in the country.
AHA’s goal is to ensure employees are paid competitively. We regularly review the market value for our jobs and structure our salary ranges to be competitive.
AHA takes a comprehensive approach to performance management and recognition for individual and collaborative achievements aligned with organizational goals in advancing our mission. This includes individual goal setting, performance reviews and potential for annual merit increases.