You can empower people to face challenges and live healthy, independent lives. Join the compassionate, mission-driven team at Pillars Community Health. We have 35 programs; 10 locations; clients in community settings (including schools, homes, police stations, and hospitals); and 300 staff (from doctors and dentists to psychologists and social workers and administrative professionals). Our comprehensive services share some commonalities: helping clients manage health, avoid hospitalization, and improve functioning out in the community. Staff provide assessments, preventive services, and best-practice, research-based interventions with the goals of creating stability, building skills, and encouraging self-sufficiency.
Note: Pillars and Community Nurse Health Center formally merged on January 1, 2018, to form Pillars Community Health. We continue to hire for positions critical to our mission as we further the integration of our two organizations. We anticipate the merger will provide additional opportunities for health professionals, as it will expand our outpatient services for our combined client population. We are working hard to be a benchmark provider known for advanced services. Click here to learn more about the merger. If you are interested in and qualified for any of our open positions, we encourage you to apply.
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Note: Many of our positions require bilingual counseling skills in both English and Spanish, and may also require special licenses. Please be sure to read the requirements carefully to make sure you are qualified. Both clinical and non-clinical positions are available.
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Pillars Community Health offers competitive salaries and a generous benefit package. Full-time benefits include vacation, sick, personal, and holiday time; various health, dental, and vision offerings (including an employee-only plan paid by the company); long- and short-term disability; 401k; life insurance; eligibility for loan forgiveness options; and more.
Our culture is one of community, with clinical staff, leadership, and administrative professionals working together to find the best solutions for individual cases or clients. To learn more about our activities and impact on the community, follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook. Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of what it’s like to work at Pillars on Instagram.
Diversity and Inclusion
Pillars Community Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We work to have an organizational culture that minimizes overt bias or marginalizes individuals.
With regard to employment, we consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, gender, age, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, disability or any other legally protected status.
Pillars Community Health has a long, well-known history of commitment to student training. Opportunities may be available for these internships:
- Undergraduates in social sciences
- Masters-level outpatient and Community Support Team internships for students working toward a master’s degree in social work, counseling, or marriage and family therapy
- Doctoral and post-doctoral students in clinical psychology
All of our internships require that the applicant be enrolled in an educational program that aligns with the internship. Click here to learn more about our internships and to find out how to apply.