at Meadows Behavioral Healthcare

Date Posted: 3/7/2020

Job Description

Meadows Behavioral Healthcare is accepting applications for a part-time/on-call/PRN Dishwasher at its Serenity View Recovery Center, located in Princeton, TX.

The Dishwasher washes and stores all dishes, silverware, glassware, pots, pans, and utensils; Stocks and cleans required areas.

Job Requirements

  • High School Diploma or general education diploma (GED) required
  • Food Handlers Card or Serve Safe Certification required. Valid State Driver’s License.
  • Previous work in restaurant, or other dining experience preferred

We are a Drug Free Company.  All positions are designated as “Safety Sensitive” positions and in light of our company mission, the Company does not employ medical marijuana cardholders. Following an offer of employment, and prior to reporting to work, all applicants will be required to submit to and pass a substance abuse screen.
Meadows Behavioral Healthcare is an equal opportunity employer and does not make hiring decisions based on age, race, gender, religion, disability or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

Job Snapshot

About Us

What to Expect at Serenity View Recovery Center

Patients will reside at Serenity View with around-the-clock guidance and supervision from our clinical staff. The staff at Serenity View works with each patient to determine the appropriate length of residential care, but most people stay for 25 days after successful completion of detox.

Residential Schedule

Throughout their stay, patients will have a full schedule of individual and group activities all tailored to their personalized treatment plans.  This is just an example of what patients can expect during their residential treatment at Serenity View; all schedules and activities are dependent on the needs of each person.

Weekends at Serenity View give patients opportunities to bond with each other and with the staff in a more relaxed setting through organized group activities. After the first five full days of treatment, patients are able to earn ten-minute “phone cards” for contacting family and friends. Earning these cards depends on each individual’s needs for treatment, their progress through treatment, and the discretion of that person’s primary therapist. We offer two hours of family visitation every Saturday and Sunday for patients who have completed the first five days of treatment.