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SABHH is conveniently located in the Northwest Medical District of San Antonio at 8550 Huebner Rd. Our team is growing and we are looking for diverse, talented, and compassionate individuals to join our healthcare team. At SABHH, we offer employees the opportunity to grow personally and professionally and directly contribute to our organization’s success.
We operate 24/7, with multiple shifts and positions available for hire. Eligible employees receive:

  • holiday premium pay
  • health, dental, and vision insurance
  • 401(k)
  • healthcare & dependent care spending accounts
  • generous paid time off
  • life insurance
  • company-paid short and long-term disability coverage.

Whether you are an intern looking to earn licensing hours, a professional looking for a full-time career, or looking for part-time or PRN work, job opportunities are abundant at SABHH.

If you are among the most competitive, qualified candidates for the job, you will be contacted directly by one of our hiring managers. However, due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to individual inquiries regarding your application status. Good luck! We hope to meet you soon.

San Antonio Behavioral Healthcare Hospital is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

SABHH is part of the Signature Healthcare Services, LLC. Headquartered in Southern California, Signature Healthcare Services, LLC is one of the largest privately held acute psychiatric and behavioral health hospital systems in the U.S. Signature delivers behavioral health and substance abuse treatment across its 15+ acute-care hospitals across the country. Signature remains steadfast in its commitment to provide quality care and compassionate service to our country’s most vulnerable and underserved populations. Every day we combat the mental health and substance abuse epidemics that are continuing to grow across the United States. We strive to contribute to a larger system that can provide access to every person in need of a patient-centered approach that focuses on the long-term, successful integration to each individual’s home, work, and community.