Why Hemophilia of Georgia?
You know the uplifted feeling you have when you volunteer to help those in need? What if you could feel that way each day when you go to work? That’s what a career at Hemophilia of Georgia is like.
Join our team and transform the lives of those with inherited bleeding disorders every single day. Our team of nurses, social workers, pharmacists, and office staff enjoy the opportunity to work with families, schools, and healthcare providers here in Georgia and around the world. We are part of the solution for those with inherited bleeding disorders. By providing life-changing educational opportunities and community-building events like Camp Wannaklot, you can be part of a team that helps those with inherited bleeding disorders live full, independent lives.
Benefits to Support You and Your Well-being
If a rewarding job with a great team of enthusiastic co-workers isn’t enough, we also offer competitive compensation and benefits that support your health and long-term goals, including:
- Medical, dental, and vision insurance
- Life insurance
- Short-term and long-term disability insurance
- 403(b) retirement plan with employer match
- Nine paid holidays
- Generous paid time off policy
- Workplace wellness program
Ready to join? Here are our current job openings.
What our staff has to say about working at HoG
"In my role, I am provided the freedom and flexibility to grow and learn as a relatively new social worker, but with an incredible amount of guidance and support to ensure, I do well! HoG provides the perfect balance of challenge and fun in the workplace, and this is really a place that I hope to be able to build my career.”
“One of the things that I really like about HoG is that it really invests in our continuing education. The company sends us to multiple conferences each year to keep us informed and educated on bleeding disorders, infusion education, IV, PICC, and PORT management, public speaking and many other topics that help us to become experts in our fields. I have never been given this level of training and opportunity for education in any of my previous jobs, and I am very thankful that HoG invests so much in its employees!”