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Employment Opportunities

Seton Center is dedicated to serving our clients - in child-care, senior services, and the performing arts. Because of this mission of service, we recognize that people are our most important asset.

We screen job applicants very carefully, including in-person interviews and reference checks. We strive to hire people who have a solid work ethic and who will work well in a team environment. In making hiring and promotional decisions, we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religious preference, or national origin.

We offer competitive salaries and excellent benefits, including paid holidays, paid time off (vacation/sick time), health-care insurance for full-time employees, workers' compensation, life insurance, a retirement plan, and professional training opportunities.

When job openings arise, we post them in local newspaper employment advertising and/or on this Web site.

Examples of the types of positions that we have advertised in the past include:

Child-Care Services
• Coordinator
• Teacher
• Assistant Teacher
• Teacher Aide
• Van Driver

Senior Services
• Coordinator
• Site Manager
• Adult Day Services Nurse/Supervisor
• Adult Day Services Aide

School of Music
• Instructor

General & Administration
• Maintenance Supervisor
• Accounts Receivable Clerk

Complete descriptions and experience specifications for these and other positions are available when openings occur.

We will accept your resume at any time if you are interested in being considered for a position when an appropriate opening does occur. If so, please contact us and forward your resume either in typewritten form if mailed, or as a Microsoft Word enclosure if sent electronically.

 

 
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