Career Opportunities


Come join our team of dedicated staff members providing quality healthcare services with excellence and dignity to our community!


Positions available:  


Dental Director (Full-time).

Responsible for the overall delivery of dental services at the Center. Provides leadership in the development of the Center’s dental care plan based on health needs, epidemiology, and health behaviors of the community. Presents reports on the dental health and dental quality assurance matters to the Center’s Performance Improvement and Risk Management Program. Supervises dental personnel, recruits dentists, dental hygienists and other support dental staff. Interviews all potential dental employees. Collaborates with academic-based dental programs to expand resources available to the Center’s dental clinic operations. Qualifications: The Dental Director should be a dentist who is either licensed to practice in the State, a commissioned officer with the US Public Health Services or an NHSC assignee. One to three years of experience in general dentistry is preferable.  Previous experience and/or post-graduate training in a dental specialty are desirable. Experience as a Dental Director (or equivalent) in an FQHC or health system preferred. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred. Possesses high moral character and practices dentistry by standards set by the dental profession.


Director of Pharmacy (Full-time).

We are seeking a highly skilled and experienced Director of Pharmacy to oversee the pharmacy operations. The Director of Pharmacy is responsible for ensuring the safe and effective use of medications, managing the pharmacy staff, and collaborating with other healthcare professionals to provide optimal patient care. Duties include: Develop and implement policies and procedures for pharmacy operations; ensure compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, and accreditation standards; oversee medication procurement, storage, distribution, and inventory management; collaborate with healthcare providers to develop and implement medication therapy management protocols; provide clinical pharmacy services, including patient assessment, medication reconciliation, and drug therapy monitoring; participate in multidisciplinary rounds and provide drug information to healthcare team members; manage the pharmacy staff, including hiring, training, scheduling, and performance evaluation; foster a culture of continuous improvement and quality assurance in pharmacy operations; stay updated on the latest developments in clinical pharmacy practice and incorporate evidence-based guidelines into practice. Qualifications: Graduate from an accredited college or university of Pharmacy. Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree strongly preferred. Current pharmacist license in the state of Texas practice. BLS & AED Certified.  Minimum of 5 years of experience in an FQHC, hospital, or retail pharmacy setting. Strong knowledge of clinical pharmacy practice and pharmacotherapy principles. Familiarity with 340B Pharmacy program strongly preferred. Excellent communication and leadership skills. Bilingual (English/Spanish). Ability to collaborate effectively with healthcare professionals from various disciplines. 


Human Resources Director (Full-time).

Develops and coordinates a Personnel Management program conducive to the needs of BCHC. Implements, coordinates, and administers policies relating to all phases of the Center’s personnel activities. Develops the techniques and directs activities of recruitment, placement, orientation, and training. Establishes employment policies and
confers with department heads and supervisors to improve working relationships and conditions. Recommends changes in policies, procedures, and benefits for retention of staff. Administers benefits and other employer-employee programs. Acts as liaison between employees and administrative staff. Investigates causes of dispute and recommends corrective action. Review policies to comply with personnel law and any other applicable regulation. Qualifications: Associates Degree in Business Administration, plus four years of experience in Human Resources with progressive role/responsibility.  BBA Degree in Management or Human Resources or related field strongly preferred.   Three to five years progressive experience in personnel management. Formal Education may be substituted by years of experience.  Each year of education may be substituted for two years of experience. Experience in supervisory role strongly preferred. Experience in public speaking and presenting before groups.
Bilingual (English/Spanish). Proven expertise in solving problems. Budget Management Experience Knowledge of labor laws and regulations. 


Painter (Part-time).

Responsible for painting a variety of surfaces and providing light repairs. Inspect surfaces and determine appropriate primers, paints, finishes, and tools for application. Monitor material inventory and cost-effectively request painting materials (e.g., paint, brushes, drop cloths). Cover furniture, fixtures, and exposed surfaces for protection before starting projects. Prepare walls, cabinets, siding, fences, and other surfaces for painting projects (e.g., scraping, sandpapering, paint removal). Repair cracks, dents, holes, and other minor surface damage with caulk, putty, plaster or other fillers to ensure smooth surfaces before painting. Paint surfaces and apply varnish, sealant, and stain as needed. Follow workplace health and safety guidelines and use personal protective equipment as required. Load and unload tools and equipment from work vehicles. Maintain a clean, tidy work area on job sites, including painting tools and equipment. Prepare cost estimates and project budgets. Ability to work well with others and handle complaints professionally. Qualifications: High school diploma or GED. 2+ years of experience as a residential or commercial painter. Valid driver’s license, liability insurance and reliable transportation. Knowledge of residential and commercial painting techniques. Comfortable using different painting tools on various surfaces (e.g., spray equipment, brushes, rollers). Basic math skills for measuring and calculating paint quantities. Able to sit, stand, kneel, lift, and climb ladders. Strong planning, organizational, multi-tasking, and problem-solving skills. Great attention to detail, positive attitude, and strong work ethic. Can work independently and as part of a team environment. Can communicate well. Able to follow written and verbal instructions. Friendly with good interpersonal skills.


Serious Inquiries Only.

*Full time position ONLY – Benefits include: Health/Dental/Life Insurance, 403B Retirement Plan, 529 College Savings Plan, Section 125 Cafeteria Plan, Voluntary policies/products, Paid Holidays, vacation/sick and other leave. FMLA/COBRA.


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New Horizon Health Center (BCHC) is an FTCA deemed Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). This health center receives HHS funding and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.