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Employment Opportunites

The Treatment Center has been awarded the
Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval.

Employment Opportunities

Best Places to WorkAre you looking for a rewarding job in the healthcare industry? Do want to make a difference in the lives of others on a daily basis? If you answered yes to the questions above, The Treatment Center may be the perfect fit for you.

Competitive Benefits

Our success would not be possible without our greatest asset---our employees. Retaining our exceptional employees is a top priority for The Treatment Center, and that is why we offer a number of perks and benefits for our workers. Listed below are some of the benefits that we offer our staff:

  • Medical insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Matching 401K
  • Life insurance
  • Short-term disability
  • Continuing education scholarships
  • Monthly appreciation events for our workers

The Treatment Center Family

We have several programs at The Treatment Center to best fit our patients’ needs, which means that there is a variety of job opportunities at our company. Currently, we have a number of positions available and we are looking for hard working, talented individuals to join our team.

To apply for a job, simply click on a position that interests you and fill out the application form. Our Human Resources department will review your application and contact you if you are selected for an interview.

Click here to apply for a position with The Treatment Center.

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