The Department of State Hospitals - Vacaville (DSH-V) is located within the California Medical Facility (CMF)- Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation). DSH-V is a 433-bed inpatient psychiatric facility within a state prison serving incarcerated males. This clinical position is in an innovative licensed psychiatric treatment program operated by the Department of State Hospitals. The ability to work in a fast-paced environment with safety and treatment challenges is required.
If applicable, applications may be screened and only the most competitive candidates will be interviewed.
Certification of list eligibles, lateral transfers, reinstatements, surplus employees encouraged to apply. Applicants must meet eligibility requirements to apply. Eligibility requirements must be indicated on a completed STD-678 (Examination And/Or Employment Application) and mailed to the Personnel Office at the address indicated. Applications lacking stated eligibility requirements will not be accepted.
IT IS AN OBJECTIVE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO ACHIEVE A DRUG FREE WORK PLACE. ANY APPLICANT FOR STATE EMPLOYMENT IS EXPECTED TO BEHAVE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS OBJECTIVE BECAUSE THE USE OF ILLEGAL DRUGS IS INCONSISTENT WITH THE LAW OF THE STATE, THE RULES GOVERNING CIVIL SERVICE, AND THE SPECIAL TRUST PLACED IN PUBLIC SERVANTS. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY TO ALL REGARDLESS OF RACE, COLOR, CREED, NATIONAL ORIGIN, ANCESTRY, SEX, MARITAL STATUS, MEDICAL CONDITION, DISABILITY, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL AFFILIATION, AGE, OR SEXUAL ORIENTATION.
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DEPARTMENT OF STATE HOSPITALS - VACAVILLE
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Personnel Department P O Box 2297 Vacaville, CA 95696-2297
Hiring Coordinator 707-449-6514
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