Your Career, Your Choice
You have a number of choices when it comes to your career at Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness. Are you looking for a clinical position? Would you like to join our office staff? Seeking a role in leadership? Interested in caregiving?
Regardless of what you're looking for, we'll help you find a position that best matches your goals and ambitions. We're invested in your success, and it's our belief that your career with us should inspire greatness – if not, we're doing something wrong.
Our administrative staff is essential in supporting all of our teams as we work to fulfill our mission and vision.
- Administrative Assistant
- Executive Assistant
- Front Office Specialist
Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness leaders inspire their teams and the organization to achieve our vision and goals.
- Chief Operations Officer
- Executive Director
- Chief Financial Officer
- Team Lead/Coordinator
- Residential Facilities Administrator
- Medical Director
Our residential staff foster relationships and embody integrity, honesty and caring for those we serve at our residential homes.
- Med Aid
Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness are part of a highly-skilled network of therapist/counselors and specialty care case managers, along with specialized support teams.
- Mental Health Therapist
- School Counselor
- Crisis Counselor
- Drug and Alcohol Counselor
- Peer Support Specialist
- Behavioral Health Worker
- Community Health Worker
- Case Manager
- Services Coordinator
- Integration Specialist
- Skills Trainer
- Employment Specialist
Our professional staff is dedicated to supporting our clinical teams to ensure the patient care experience is the best it can be.
- Data Analysis
- Digital/IT Solutions
- Financial Services
- Fund Development
- Human Resources
- Marketing and Public Relations
- Quality/Performance Improvement
Support staff members work hard to ensure patients and visitors are as comfortable as possible.
- Environmental Services
- Plant/Maintenance Operations
If you would like to learn more about our career options, please reach out to Human Resources.
Careers Tied to Our Work
Many of our services/programs work closely with positions tied to mental and behavioral health and developmental disabilities work. These are wonderful career opportunities in our community as well.
Home care or Personal Support Workers - Homecare and personal support workers are needed to help people who receive Medicaid funded in-home services stay in their own homes. By joining the homecare workforce, you become part of an important team by helping individuals with personal care, household tasks, and being active in their communities.
Adult Foster Home Providers (to serve adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities) - provide necessary care while emphasizing the individual's independence. Adult foster homes are for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Individuals just turning 18 to those facing end-of-life decisions. The range of support needs is widely varied, and individual plans are developed to address the specific needs of the individuals in care. Single-family residences that offer 24-hour care in a home-like setting that is safe and secure. Homes serve five or fewer individuals.
Therapeutic Foster Care -this program provides homes for youth in local communities involved in the Child Welfare system or that are being supported by their local community mental health program. The Therapeutic Foster Care program trains and supports foster parents, empowering them to provide a safe environment that supports the healing process for youth served in our foster homes.