Why Hillside

Welcome and thank you for your interest in joining the Hillside Team. Hillside is seeking individuals that are passionate about making a difference in a child’s life.

*Hillside is an equal opportunity employer. You can search for current openings & apply here!

Employee Testimonials

“I wanted to share an article that ran today about my transition and Hillside. It will also run in the Emory Wire at the end of July.”
Stephen Fusco, Special Education Teacher
The Courage to Walk toward a Better Life: Stephen Fusco 98C 01L

“Hillside is truly an awesome place to work because it provides a whole-life experience. Working here can be challenging, but the reward of knowing that you are a member of the team that positively shaped that child’s life in some way makes it all worth the effort. We are a community, village, and family responsible for helping raise these children while here in treatment, and Hillside supports that process 100%.”
—Andrea Pierce, 14 year staff member

“Hillside is committed to providing a positive work environment where employees are given the opportunity to do their best and are recognized for providing exceptional care for our children”
—David Shadle, Vice-President of Human Resources

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