El Rio Community Health Center is based in Tucson, Arizona, and opened its first clinic in 1970. Today, we have multiple clinic locations throughout the Tucson community, and our patient group continues to grow.
Our business is constantly growing, and we are looking for great people to join our team! The success of our organization is due to our dedicated employees. Our work culture focuses on Service Excellence -- providing exceptional service to our patients, and to one another. We value the diversity of our patients and employees, remaining culturally sensitive to our differences. Our employees work hard to achieve our Mission and have fun while doing it!
We appreciate our employees and recognize the importance of providing a competitive employment package, which includes generous healthcare benefits, vacation and sick leave, holiday pay, retirement plan, educational reimbursement, and more!
Once known as a rowdy frontier town, Tucson enters the 21st century as a progressive city, ranking among the fastest-growing urban areas in the nation. There are many reasons to love it:
Stunning Outdoor Beauty: Tucson lies in the beautiful and unique Sonoran Desert, surrounded by five breathtaking mountain ranges. Among Tucson's many place to visit, hike, bird, and enjoy nature are: the world-famous Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Sabino Canyon Recreation Area, Saguaro National Parks, the Tucson Botanical Gardens, and Mt. Lemmon (where you can escape the heat in the summer and enjoy skiing in the winter).
Fabulous Weather: Tucson receives more than 300 days of sunshine per year, with mild spring, fall and winter temperatures. Summers are hot, but low humidity and medium altitude make the higher temperatures more comfortable. Perfect for hiking, biking, tennis and a relaxed game of golf.
Arts and Culture: Tucson is a thriving cultural center with its own fine symphony, ballet, opera, theater, and avant-garde art scene, plus hundreds of museums and galleries.
Educational Opportunities: Tucson is home to the nationally acclaimed University of Arizona, as well as teh eighth largest multi-campus community college system in teh U.S., Pima Community College.
Great Place to Raise a Family: Local family activities include spring training baseball games, visits to Karchner Caverns State Park, teh Tucson Zoo, Botanical Gardens, and Children's Museum; and educational opportunities such as Kitt Peak National Observatory, Biosphere 2, and the Pima Air and Space Museum. Eleven public school systems, hundreds of specialized charter schools, and many fine private schools offer a wide range of choice for your child's education.
Tucson International Airport: Located 15 minutes south of downtown, the airport is served by more than twelve airlines, with more than 80 flights daily.
World-class spas and restaurants: From elegant gourmet establishments to cowboy steakhouses, Tucson is home to hundreds of locally owned restaurants and many resort-spas, including the internationally-famous Canyon Ranch Resort.