Heart of Texas Region MHMR - An Equal Opportunity Employer
In seeking employment opportunities with Heart of Texas Region MHMR, please note the information below.
Applications are accepted for positions currently posted. NOTE: Resumes are accepted, however, an application must also be completed. Only completed applications will be considered. Work references with complete addresses and phone numbers are required with all applications. Applicants for employment are required to furnish proof of high school diploma or GED, and/or the original of any license, certification, or college transcript required for any position prior to being approved for hire. Where required a valid driver's license and auto liability insurance will be required for presentation upon hiring.
Applicants meeting the minimum and/or preferred qualifications for a position will be considered. Only applicants interviewed will receive notification of application results. As per the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, (s 1200) all applicants for employment are required to provide documents that provide proof of employment authorization and identity.
Heart of Texas Region MHMR Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, handicap, sexual orientation or age in admission or access to treatment or employment in its programs and activities.
All applicants considered for a position will be subject to a pre-employment drug screen test prior to gaining employment.
The names of all prospective employees are cleared through the Texas Department of Public Safety as well as the Texas Dept. of Human Services Misconduct and Nurse Aide Registries. Falsification of the application for employment is grounds for dismissal, if employed. Convictions related to any sexual offenses, drug related offenses, murder, theft, assault, battery or any other crime involving personal injury or threat to another person may make you ineligible for employment in positions of direct contact with clients of the Heart of Texas Region MHMR Center. Further, convictions of other types of criminal offenses may be considered a contraindication to employment as determined by the Agency.
Consistent with the Texas Health and Safety Code, 250.006, convictions of criminal offenses, which constitute an absolute bar to employment: Details
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