Current Job Openings

Current Openings
The following positions are currently open at the Facility:

Job Title

Occupation Code Number

Job Description*

Closing Date

DIRECT CARE TRAINEE /
DIRECT CARE WORKER (Contract Position)
Client Services

 

 

 

DIRECT CARE WORKER (Contract Position)
Wiggins 2nd shift

 

 

 

DIRECT CARE WORKER (Contract Position)
River Oaks Industries

 

 

 

MH-DIRECT CARE ALTERNATE SUPV
Cheshire Manor Apartments

3428

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07/31/2014

MH-DIRECT CARE ALTERNATE SUPV
2nd shift Dolphin Cottage and Cypress Cottage

3428

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07/31/2014

NURSE, LICENSED PRACTICAL III
BILOXI COMMUNITY HOMES

4073

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07/18/2014

Last updated: 7/16/2014

*  Job descriptions are provided by Mississippi's State Personnel Board.

How to Apply
Apply at South Mississippi Regional Center Human - Resource Office
                 1170 West Railroad Street
                  Long Beach, MS  39560

Benefits
The following benefits are offered by the State of Mississippi to employees of the Facility:

  • 18 days of personal leave per year (starting)
  • 12 days of medical leave per year (starting)
  • 10 paid holidays per year (as observed by the State of Mississippi)
  • Health, dental and life insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Elective Credit Union Membership and direct deposit
  • Worker's compensation

Employee Handbook
Download a copy of the State Employee's Handbook (requires Adobe Reader) (published by the Mississippi State Personnel Board).

Equal Opportunity Employer
South Mississippi Regional Center is an equal opportunity employer  for all individuals regardless of race, color, creed, gender, religion,  national origin, age, physical handicap, disability or political  affiliation. It is the policy of the Department of Mental Health and  each facility to recruit, employ and promote qualified employees without regard to race, color, creed, gender, religion, national origin, age,  physical handicap, disability or political affiliation. The Mississippi  Department of Mental Health complies with the Americans with  Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, which provides a clear mandate for the  elimination of discrimination against individuals with disabilities.