All job openings at the Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council are listed through WorkInTexas.com. Individuals wanting to apply for a job with this agency must prepare and submit an official State of Texas application. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of an official state application. Applications can be prepared in one of two ways: go online to WorkInTexas.com and build and complete an application through that website, or download a copy of the official state application form below and complete same by following the accompanying instructions. Please be sure to indicate the position sought on the application form. Only TYPED applications will be considered.
When submitting an application, please include a writing sample and at least three references, if requested in the job posting. Additionally, all applications must be accompanied by a cover letter.
Applications must be submitted directly to the agency by hand delivery, mail, or email to:
Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council
Attn: Human Resources
1801 Congress Ave, Ste. 7.300
Austin, Texas 78701
Advantages to Using WorkInTexas.com for Your State of Texas Application for Employment
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The Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), national origin, disability, age (40 or older) or genetic information (including family medical history) .
Those needing assistance or special accommodations during the application or selection process, please contact Brenda Skiff at (512) 305-7700.
A copy of the Council’s personnel manual is available for download by clicking here.