Meaningful Work

Doing meaningful work with a real impact doesn't have to stop after serving. At Epic, everyone plays a role in our greater mission to improve healthcare and give back. We see every day as an opportunity to improve the lives and health of millions.

Strong Community

Service members are known for their perseverance, strong work ethic, and teamwork - characteristics that are also valued by Epic. You'll join a close-knit team, dedicated to making our customers successful, and you'll be able to rely on your team members for support. You'll also find guidance through our vet-to-vet mentorship program.

Training and Growth

Our extensive orientation program prepares you to succeed in whatever you do at Epic, and our mentorship program ensures you have the support and resources needed to take ownership of things you are passionate about. Once you're here, you can continue to expand your skill set by taking advantage of internal classes offered all year long.

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We've got your back.

We may not have a TSP or a commissary, but we do have 401k matching and a campus general store. We offer competitive salaries, great health insurance, and many other benefits. Check them all out here.

Connect with Madison's local veteran community through the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs or the Wisconsin Veterans Museum.

Epic Veterans Making an Impact

For a full list of jobs, take a look at our Jobs page

Ben Software Developer US Army – Armor Officer; WI National Guard
I like the cooperative environment where people are generally happy to be here. The team-style environment is very nice. I think former military members would be impressed by the work ethic and dedication of Epic employees. My wife and most of her friends are surgeons at the University of Wisconsin Hospital, so it's really great to be involved with software that they use on a regular basis. Being able to make their jobs easier or more efficient is very important to me.
Ben Software Developer US Army – Armor Officer; WI National Guard
I like the cooperative environment where people are generally happy to be here. The team-style environment is very nice. I think former military members would be impressed by the work ethic and dedication of Epic employees. My wife and most of her friends are surgeons at the University of Wisconsin Hospital, so it's really great to be involved with software that they use on a regular basis. Being able to make their jobs easier or more efficient is very important to me.
Amanda Quality Assurance US Air Force - Arabic Linguist
I first heard of Epic from a former Marine friend who had moved back to the area after separating from the military. I was drawn to the company because the people are quirky and amazing - everyone does their part, everyone is responsible, and everyone is super smart. From the very start, you are treated with respect and your opinions are heard and valued. There is freedom to be creative, and there's an overall attitude of improving for the sake of us all.
Amanda Quality Assurance US Air Force - Arabic Linguist
I first heard of Epic from a former Marine friend who had moved back to the area after separating from the military. I was drawn to the company because the people are quirky and amazing - everyone does their part, everyone is responsible, and everyone is super smart. From the very start, you are treated with respect and your opinions are heard and valued. There is freedom to be creative, and there's an overall attitude of improving for the sake of us all.
Bryan Technical Services US Navy - Petty Officer First Class
I like my co-workers - they are driven and intelligent. I like the challenge - you learn new stuff every day, and I'm sort of addicted to learning. I like the culture - if you see something that could be improved, you're free to form a team and come up with a solution. I've always been interested in finding ways to use mechanical engineering skills to make medical discoveries or improvements. Although mechanical engineering problems aren't really solved here at Epic, critical thinking and problem solving skills used in engineering can be used to make significant improvements in the medical field.
Bryan Technical Services US Navy - Petty Officer First Class
I like my co-workers - they are driven and intelligent. I like the challenge - you learn new stuff every day, and I'm sort of addicted to learning. I like the culture - if you see something that could be improved, you're free to form a team and come up with a solution. I've always been interested in finding ways to use mechanical engineering skills to make medical discoveries or improvements. Although mechanical engineering problems aren't really solved here at Epic, critical thinking and problem solving skills used in engineering can be used to make significant improvements in the medical field.
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