Your New Career Awaits
South Texas Health System, the largest integrated network of care in the Rio Grande Valley, is currently hiring healthcare workers at its 11 facilities across the region, home to a year-round tropical climate.
If you’re looking for a change of pace, come live, work and play in the one of the most price-friendly places in Texas, according to Sperling’s Best Places to Live. When you’re not at work, you can enjoy the beach life at South Padre Island, the natural surroundings and wildlife across the area’s nature reserves, a rocket launch at Boca Chica and the rich culture along the Texas/Mexico border – all without breaking the bank
A rewarding career, competitive salary and enticing climate await you in Deep South Texas.
About the Rio Grande Valley
Located at the southernmost tip of Texas, the four-county region known as the Rio Grande Valley is considered one of the fastest growing areas of the United States. Known simply as “The Valley,” the region is steeped in history and tradition. The region’s culture and identity are based on adaptation to movement and change, perseverance and resiliency.
The Valley is an ideal area in which to live, combining a modern infrastructure, multicultural population, rich history and cultural heritage, and a beautiful natural environment with an excellent quality of life. The Valley also enjoys a vigorous and growing economy with a high standard of living that has one of the lowest costs of living in the country. The region’s vacation destination, South Padre Island, is considered one the best beaches, not just in the Gulf of Mexico but across the entire United States.
The region offers a subtropical climate, with sunny weather and warm-to-hot temperatures prevailing all year long, including excellent facilities for sport, leisure and shopping, and a varied night-life.
Additionally, the natural beauty of the Valley is unparalleled. Beyond our beautiful beaches and palm trees, there are wildlife preserves that are international hot spots for birders and others who enjoy watching butterflies, amphibians, reptiles and small mammals inhabiting the area. The area supports one of the best sites for deep sea fishing. The region features abundant historical and cultural sites, honoring traditions of military and public service as well as the shared ties with Mexico. And, the people of the Valley are famous for their warmth and friendly dispositions, making it a welcoming environment for all.
Combining the hospitality with the more relaxed pace of life and safe neighborhoods, and the emphasis on community involvement, inclusion and education makes the Valley a place where life is to be enjoyed and lived to its fullest.