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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL) is proud to offer career opportunities that will allow you to fulfill your goals for a challenging and rewarding career. Explore our current open positions.

Imagine Something New, Something Different

When you reimagine your goals, your perspectives change and new potential is created. Experience the difference reimagining can make—for your career, your loved ones and your community—at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois.

We enjoy a proud history of purpose—To Do Everything In Our Power To Stand With Our Members In Sickness And In Health®. Because we are member-owned, not investor-owned, our employees work for the benefit of our nearly 9 million members who put their trust in BCBSIL.  

As the largest, most experienced health insurer in Illinois, BCBSIL is reimagining wellness and looking for original thinkers to make us even better at what we do. 

We encourage you to learn more about our company, our guiding principles, and our commitment to the communities we serve. Learn about our Total Rewards and our career opportunities, then apply online. You can have the impact you've always imagined at BCBSIL.

We’re an Equal Opportunity Employment and Affirmative Action employer dedicated to workforce diversity and a drug-free and smoke-free workplace. Drug screening and background investigation are required, as allowed by law. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

We’re committed to maintaining an environment of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action. If you need accommodation to see the information provided on this web site, please call us at tel: 1-866-977-7378.  

Job Scam Warning

Please be aware of persons posing as Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois employees.

How to Spot a Job Scam:

  • You're asked to send money. We will never ask you for money to apply to a job.
  • You're asked for your credit card or bank account information. Never provide this information to anyone unless you know the company and have agreed to pay for something.  
  • The person is using suspicious communication methods. Watch for email addresses that don't match company names, online chats, or out of state area codes.

Visit the Federal Trade Commission for more tips and information to protect yourself from job scams.

Last Updated: Jan. 23, 2024