Frequently Asked Questions
What types of characteristics do you look for in candidates?
Our ideal candidates will:
How does the application process work?
Once you submit your online application, your information will be reviewed by the center’s HR/Recruitment team. If you’ve been deemed qualified for the position, you’ll either be contacted by HR or a hiring manager to provide additional information, and/or to schedule an interview. Also, once you submit your online application, you can log back in to view your application status – either click on the "Check Application Status'" tab on the left side of this page or just go to http://jobs.devereux.org and click on the Returning Applicants link near the top.
What are the opportunities for advancement within Devereux?
our expansive network of programs and services and the variety of client
populations we serve, we are able to offer multiple opportunities for
professional growth, in addition to transfer opportunities to other Devereux
locations across the country.
What is the culture like at Devereux?
be able to accomplish our mission without the commitment and dedication of our
teams. Each team consists of passionate
professionals who share a common goal, which creates an empowering and positive
work atmosphere. To learn more about our
culture, and to hear from our employees about working at Devereux, please visit
our Devereux Careers Facebook page (www.facebook.com/DevCareers) and our Devereux
Careers YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/DevereuxCareers).
Where is Devereux located?
Our treatment networks are located in the following states (with many offering multiple locations throughout the state): Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Georgia, Florida, Texas, Arizona, Colorado, and California.
Does Devereux have plans to expand their programs and services?
Yes! In addition to serving our communities for over 100 years, we continue to expand our reach to individuals in need. Specifically, we’re looking to grow our community and campus-based programs, as well as add specialty behavioral health programs focusing on dual diagnosis, Asperger’s, independent living and vocational skills for transition into adulthood, short-term intensive residential, and in-home and in-school programs.