Winnebago Mental Health Institute: Careers

Are you looking for a job where you can help others? Where you work on a team who cares? Where you get great benefits?

Winnebago Mental Health Institute (WMHI) may be the place for you.

Find a job at WMHI

Mental health jobs in Oshkosh

WMHI is just north of Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Since 1873, we’ve served people with complex psychiatric conditions and challenging behaviors. Our team helps support our patients. From nurses to cooks, we value each person on our staff.

We have jobs in many fields. There are opportunities for all experience levels. We also have an internship program.

Join our email list to stay up to date on open jobs in the Division of Care and Treatment Services. This includes jobs at WMHI.

Food service assistants

We host weekly job events for food service assistants. Join us! You can apply and interview in person (no appointment needed).

Every Wednesday 8:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.

Administration Building
4100 Treffert Dr.
Oshkosh, WI 54901

Learn more about food service assistant positions. Here are a few highlights:

  • Food service assistants are part of our food team.
  • You don’t need prior experience.
  • You get paid training and earn more than $15 per hour.
  • You could get a $2,000 sign-on bonus.

State of Wisconsin benefits

As state employees, our workers have great benefits. These include paid time off, insurance, and a retirement plan. Many jobs offer paid training. There are also plenty of ways to advance in your career.

Learn more about State of Wisconsin benefits.

More than a job

Our team at WMHI loves what they do. Hear why:

Nikki, nurse clinician

Nikki

“It’s a very rewarding job. You have great people that you’re working with. We are a team. We are like family.”

 

Hannah, registered nurse

Hannah

“Each day is different. You learn something new.”

 

Jen, nurse manager

Jen

“I love helping people who can’t function normally in the community work to get treatment they need.”

Chris, psychiatric care technician

Chris

“Each day is different. You learn something new.”

 

Amanda, psychiatric care technician

Amanda

"I love talking to the patients and hearing their stories."

Karen, psychiatric care technician

Karen

“Learning and being trained with PCTs that understand and have been here longer really teaches you a lot.”

 

Dustin, psychiatric care technician

Dustin

"I love my job. We make a difference out here."

Robert, psychiatric care supervisor

Robert

“Not a lot of people get the privilege of saying they wake up, and they’re in love with what they do for a living. That’s one thing I can say.”

 
Last Revised: October 4, 2022