Vacancies are required to remain vacant for five (5) working days after the posting date. Applications will be accepted Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m., including the noon hour, in the Personnel Office. Resumes are welcome but will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application.
As per the Immigration Reform and
Control Act of 1986 (5.1200) all applicants are required to provide
documents that provide proof of employment authorization and identity,
(i.e., Social Security card, birth certificate, etc.) prior to employment.
Alternate documents may be accepted as per regulation. Proof of education
such as GED certificate, high school diploma or transcript and/or College
Transcript or Diploma
It is the policy of StarCare Specialty Health System that all new employees will have a criminal records check completed to determine suitability for employment. Convictions related to sexual offenses, drug related offenses; murder, theft, assault, battery or any other crime involving personal injury or threat to another person may be considered a contraindication for employment at the Center. Falsification of an application for employment is grounds for dismissal, if employed.
StarCare Specialty Health System is an equal opportunity employer and has a commitment to the principle of diversity. We welcome applications from all individuals. Women, minorities, and person with disabilities are encouraged to apply. All positions require a period of orientation and training, which is a condition of employment. Employees need to be available to attend all sessions at the scheduled times.
StarCare Specialty Health System is committed to maintaining a drug free and productive working environment for all employees, and ensuring the safe and efficient delivery of services to those individuals served by the Center. As a condition of employment all new and rehired employees and those individuals with whom the Center contracts to provide residential services will be required to undergo pre-employment controlled substance testing. Effective September 1, 1998, the Center expanded this policy to include drug and alcohol testing of employees for reasonable suspicion, post motor-vehicle accident.