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Career Opportunities at La Hacienda Treatment Center

La Hacienda offers a great working environment, excellent compensation, and a comprehensive benefits package to our full-time employees. Apply in person or request an application from the Human Resources Department at 145 La Hacienda Way, Hunt, TX 78024, by email at jobs@lahacienda.com, by phone at 830-238-4222, or by fax at 830-238-6112. La Hacienda currently has the following position(s) available:
RN – FT – Hunt, TX
General Qualifications:

The Registered Nurse will act as Charge Nurse in the Special Care Unit and is responsible for the nursing care of all the patients at La Hacienda. Additionally the Registered Nurse supervises and directs assigned nursing personnel for the duration of the shift. Demonstrates accountability and professionalism in regard to nursing action. The shifts will be 5:30 pm to 6:00 am.

Must be currently licensed as a Registered Nurse in the State of Texas. Must have current CPR Certification. Minimum of one year experience in general nursing and/or one year experience in psychiatric/substance abuse nursing preferred. CARN Certification is desirable. Demonstrates comprehensive knowledge of nursing theory and practice. Prior supervisory experience preferred. Must be able to walk across campus multiple times during a shift as required. Must be able to sit, bend, stoop and lift up to 20 pounds.

LVN – FT – Hunt, TX
General Qualifications:

Provides skilled nursing care to patients including medication administration under the direct supervision of the Charge Nurse. Must have current TX LVN license and current CPR certification. Minimum of 1 year general nursing or psychiatric/substance abuse nursing experience preferred. Must be able to walk across campus multiple times during a shift as required, and be able to sit, bend, stoop and lift up to 20 pounds.
Inquiry Call Representative – FT – Hunt, TX
General Qualifications:

Receive and process inquiry calls and qualify prospective patients accurately for admission to La Hacienda by collecting appropriate data. This position requires excellent written and verbal communication skills, an understanding of the chemical dependency setting and the philosophy of care and treatment and the ability to work with other disciplines within the hospital. Ability to answer crisis calls and gather information to facilitate appropriately.
Intake Coordinator – FT – College Station, TX
General Qualifications:

Duties include but are not limited to insurance verifications, in-house collections, admitting patients, answering inquiry calls and scheduling appointments for assessments. This position is also responsible for maintaining patient census information, completing orientation with new patients, and performing other general office duties as required. A high school diploma or equivalent is required. This position requires good organizational skills, solid math skills, and effective oral and written communication skills. Computer skills are required. A minimum of one year experience working in the field of chemical dependency and knowledge of 12 Step programs is preferred. The hours are Mon-Thurs 9am-6pm and Friday 9am-5pm.
Clinical Intern – FT – Hunt, TX
General Qualifications:

Works to assist other licensed staff members in providing patient care while obtaining the training needed to become licensed counselors. May provide patient care only under the supervision of a licensed and credentialed staff member or consultant. Must be certified as an LCDC Intern by the Texas Dept of State Health Services. Must be able to walk across campus multiple times during a shift. Must be able to bend, stoop, sit, stand and lift up to 40 pounds.
ROPES Facilitator – PT – Hunt, TX
General Qualifications:

Assists in facilitation of all elements of ROPES Course and with occasional outings.
Must be ROPES certified. Must be able to lead games and effectively process low and high ROPES groups. Must be able to walk and/or stand six or more hours daily. Must be able to traverse strenuous hiking trails for outings and have ability to withstand wide variations in temperatures. Must be able to bend, stoop, and lift up to twenty pounds. If recovering, must have a minimum of one year of continuous sobriety.