Jobs

HHSA maintains specific Professional Recruitment positions in-house; these positions are listed on this page. HHSA also has openings for positions not listed on this page. To view a full listing of available positions and to apply for them, please visit the Tulare County Human Resources & Development website at www.co.tulare.ca.us/hrd to start the application process. 

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about Tulare County, housing, or other benefits of working with HHSA.  

Epidemiologist
Epidemiologist

$65,817 - $80,213 Annually

Extra Help Licensed Vocational Nurse
Extra Help Licensed Vocational Nurse

$39,585 - $48,244 Annually

Extra Help Physician
Extra Help Physician

$160,665 - $195,807 Annually

Extra Help Public Health Nurse I-II
Extra Help Public Health Nurse I-II

$75,640 - $92,185 Annually

Extra Help Registered Nurse
Extra Help Registered Nurse

$68,500 - $83,483 Annually

Licensed Social Worker
Licensed Social Worker

$77,657 - $94,643 Annually

Nurse Practitioner
Nurse Practitioner

$98,469 - $120,007 Annually

Nurse Practitioner OB
Nurse Practitioner OB

Salary range: $96,537–$117,653 Annually

Public Health Nurse I/II
Public Health Nurse I/II

$71,979 - $92,184 Annually

Volunteers Needed - General Support
Volunteers Needed - General Support

Voluntary

Volunteers Needed - Medically Trained
Volunteers Needed - Medically Trained

Voluntary

Resources
Resources

In this folder you will find additional resources that will assist you on Tulare County benefits.


Agency News

Pathways to Hope

Pathways to Hope

Tulare County HHSA is proud to share Pathways to Hope, a 20-page bilingual newspaper that showcases services within Tulare County. This newspaper was a result of the Listos California Grant, in collaboration with Friends of Tulare County, Self-Help Enterprises, and the California Office of Emergency Services. 

Staying Positive During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Staying Positive During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is challenging us in ways we could never have imagined, from unprecedented amounts of family time to homeschooling to working remotely—or not working at all; here are some suggestions for uplifting your outlook!

COVID-19 Contact Tracing and You

COVID-19 Contact Tracing and You

Contact tracing is vital to controlling the spread of the virus. It’s extremely important that everyone cooperate with contact tracers to make sure they get all the information needed to follow up on possible transmission of the virus.