SAN ANGELO – The Texas Health and Human Services Commission is inviting qualified jobseekers to learn more about a career working for the state during a hiring event on Friday, March 10. The San Angelo State Supported Living Center is looking to fill multiple positions, including licensed vocational nurses, registered nurses, psychiatric nursing assistants, housekeepers, food service workers and more.
“We are looking for people who are dedicated to helping others and want to improve the lives of our residents,” said Elizabeth Love, director of the San Angelo SSLC. “We hope our new competitive starting salaries will encourage more people to apply.”
HHSC recently made significant upgrades to employee pay at San Angelo SSLC. Registered nurses with three years of experience can start as high as $90,000 a year. Psychiatric nursing assistants can start as high as $15.98 and $21 an hour, depending on experience. And food service workers or cooks can start as high as $13.94 and $16.75 an hour, depending on position and experience.
Along with offering competitive salaries, HHSC also provides employer paid health benefits and paid vacation and sick leave.
Interviews will be conducted on site, and conditional offers may be made to qualified candidates. Candidates must pass a background check before they start work.
Applicants must bring approved I-9 documentation, such as a valid driver’s license or ID, social security card, birth certificate, passport, or permanent resident card.
WHAT: Hiring event for San Angelo State Supported Living Center
WHEN: Friday, March 10, 2023
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
WHERE: Windgate by Wyndham
3620 South Jackson St.
San Angelo, TX
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission operates 13 state supported living centers, including the San Angelo State Supported Living Center. These facilities serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are medically fragile or who have behavioral problems.
To learn more and apply today, visit HHSC’s jobs portal.
For more information about HHS programs, visit hhs.texas.gov.