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Comprehensive Healthcare uses an online application system for all open job opportunities. If you are interested in viewing or applying for our open positions, or would like to set up an alert to receive updates about future job openings, please click here. If you would prefer a paper application packet, please request one by contacting Human Resources at (509) 575-4084.

 

The Hiring Process

Human Resources reviews every application that we receive. The candidates whose qualifications best meet our needs for a particular position will be contacted directly to arrange an interview. Due to the large volume of applications we receive, unfortunately we are not able to personally contact every applicant. After a successful interview period, Human Resources staff will conduct a background check, and collect references on the leading candidate. Once this step is completed with satisfactory results, an offer of employment may be made.

Comprehensive Healthcare is a drug-free workplace and conducts post-offer, pre-employment drug screens on all prospective employees. The drug screen must be completed within 24 hours of the verbal offer of employment; failure to comply with this process will result in the offer being rescinded. Please note that any agency that receives federal funding—including Comprehensive Healthcare—must comply with federal regulations regarding drug use. Consequently, we do test for marijuana during drug screens and will rescind an offer of employment due to a positive result for marijuana.

 

Internships
Comprehensive Healthcare is proud to support the next generation of behavioral health professionals by offering internship and practicum placements for students in relevant clinical-focused academic programs. In addition to meeting education requirements, internships are a great way for students to gain professional experience and network within their field. We prioritize internship placements for students in counseling or social work programs, though we also accept students from other related disciplines as space becomes available. Please contact Human Resources at (509) 575-4084 for more information about arranging an internship.

 

Volunteering
Volunteers are an integral part of Aspen Victim Advocacy Services, which provides services in Yakima and Kittitas counties to individuals and families who are survivors of sexual assault or other crimes. All volunteers for Aspen participate in extensive training and receive ongoing support and feedback from Aspen program leaders and advocates. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please call (509) 576-4326 for Yakima County or (509) 925-9384 for Kittitas County to receive more information.