Opportunities at Pioneer

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Since being founded in 1963, Pioneer Human Services has expanded from a single halfway house to a nationally recognized non-profit with 50 locations across Washington State. Pioneer provides an array of treatment, housing, job training and employment services for people who are re-entering society from prison or jail and those who are overcoming substance use disorders. Pioneer’s mission is to provide individuals with criminal histories the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives.

Despite our growth and progress, our core values and purpose have not wavered. Everyone deserves an opportunity to achieve their potential including our employees! We are committed to creating a dynamic work environment that encourages professional and personal growth.

From our health plans and Employee Assistance Program, to our tuition assistance and retirement plans, Pioneer is committed to providing benefits that matter to you at each stage of your employment.

We are always looking for talented individuals who are passionate about making a difference in the lives of others. If you’ve been looking for a company that’s as dedicated to helping people as you are, you’ve found it!

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Employee Benefits

At Pioneer, we know that compensation is more than just a paycheck. That’s why we are committed to offering competitive wages and a comprehensive benefits package that includes health insurance, retirement, and vacation benefits for full-time employees. From our health plan and wellness program, to our tuition reimbursement and retirement plans, Pioneer is committed to providing benefits that matter to you at each stage of your employment.

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June 2018

Men's Health Month

June is Men's Health Month! The purpose of Men’s Health Month is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. This month gives health care providers, public policy makers, the media, and individuals an opportunity to encourage men and boys to seek regular medical advice and early treatment for disease and injury.

To quote Congressman Bill Richardson (Congressional Record, H3905-H3906, May 24, 1994): “Recognizing and preventing men’s health problems is not just a man’s issue. Because of its impact on wives, mothers, daughters, and sisters, men’s health is truly a family issue.”