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Chloe Nelson

chloe nelson

Chloe Nelson is a recruitment assistant in human resources, with a background in patient services. She was drawn to her job because of her passion for people. “I loved the thought of interacting with new people on a daily basis and sharing the wonderful opportunities that Benefis has to offer,” she says.

Chloe graduated in 2013 from Idaho State University with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish for Business and Professions and a minor in marketing. She has worked at Benefis since 2015 and enjoys being part of the community here. “I love the Benefis family that I get to work alongside of and support every day,” she says. “You’re not just a number or a worker here, you’re truly part of a family.”

The community of Great Falls is also a plus for Chloe. She is elated about the new businesses and restaurants in town and also its welcoming and down-to-earth attitude. “One of the greatest things Great Falls has to offer is the people that live here,” she says, adding that the city is “a hidden gem.”

Chloe takes full advantage of the recreational opportunities in the area. “In the winter I enjoy skiing and going to all the hot springs I can,” she says. “In the warmer months I enjoy running, hiking, camping, kayaking, and just getting out on the water as much as possible.” That’s not hard in Great Falls, with the Missouri River running through town and “seemingly endless miles of river trails.”

After buying their first home several years ago, Chloe and her husband have been working on home improvement projects and learning as they go. Their active lifestyle fits with Chloe’s philosophy of fully investing in life. “It means doing what you love and loving what you do.”

For people interested in working at Benefis, Chloe’s advice is to not be shy. “Never hesitate to contact us with any questions you have along the way,” she says. With so many opportunities in both clinical and nonclinical areas at Benefis, there’s a lot of information to share. According to Chloe, “It truly takes a village to keep a health system going.”