Cheyenne Center, Inc. would like to extend a warm welcome and offer appreciation for your interest in employment. Our goal is to make the application and new hire process as smooth as possible. At Cheyenne Center, Inc., we are committed to providing excellent service, both to the clients we serve and to the staff members who are the “heart and soul” of Cheyenne Center, Inc. If there is anything we may do to help you, please contact Human Resources.
All applicants must agree to the following:
Consent to a background check
Submit to a pre-employment drug test
Agree to random drug testing and annual background checks
Must comply with all Policies & Procedures, Employee Manual and Code of Ethics of the company
Training and Development: We encourage employees to grow their skills through structured career development and training so that they can enhance their personal and professional growth and development.
Salary and Benefits: We offer competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits, vacation plans and other great benefits packages.
Please complete the pre-employment application and return it, along with any required certifications, to the Human Resources Department.
There are three methods to apply for employment:
- Email the completed application and a resume to creed @ cheyennecenter.com (remove the spaces when emailing)
- Fax the completed application and a resume to (713) 512-5422
- Apply in person at 10525 Eastex Freeway in Houston
Again, welcome to Cheyenne Center Inc. Here’s hoping this is the beginning of a long and satisfying career!
Equal Employment Opportunity
It is the policy of Cheyenne Center, Inc. to provide equal employment opportunity in conformance with all applicable laws and regulations.
We provide equal employment opportunity to individuals who are qualified to perform job requirements regardless of their race, color, sex, religion, national origin, citizenship status, age, physical or mental disability, veteran or other legally protected status.
Cheyenne Center, Inc. administers its personnel policies, programs, and practices in a nondiscriminatory manner in all aspects of the employment relationship, including recruitment, hiring, work assignment, promotion, transfer, termination, wage and salary administration.
Managers and supervisors are responsible for implementing and administering this policy, for maintaining a work environment free from unlawful discrimination, and for promptly identifying and resolving any problem area regarding equal employment opportunity.
In addition to providing equal employment opportunity, it is also Cheyenne Center, Inc.’s policy to undertake special efforts to:
develop and offer work arrangements that help to meet the needs of the diverse work force in balancing work and family obligations;
establish company training and developmental efforts, policies, and programs that support diversity in the work force
assure a work environment free from sexual, racial, or other harassment;
make reasonable accommodations that enable qualified disabled individuals to perform the essential functions of their jobs;
emphasize management responsibility in these matters at every level of the organization.
Individuals who believe they have observed or been subjected to prohibited discrimination should immediately report the incident to their supervisor, higher management, or Human Resources. Complaints will be investigated and handled confidentially.
Individuals will not be subjected to harassment, intimidation, threats, coercion, discrimination, or retaliation for opposing any unlawful act or practice, or making a complaint, assisting or participating in an investigation or any other proceeding, or otherwise exercising any of the rights protected by this policy or any Federal, state, or local EEO laws, including the Vietnam Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 and Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended, and any Federal, state, or local laws requiring equal opportunity for disabled persons, special disabled veterans or veterans of the Vietnam era.