OCD and Anxiety
Autism and Anxiety and Mood Disorders
Depression and other Mood Disorders
Trauma Recovery (PTSD)
Why Choose Rogers
Interested in joining our team? Search our listing of current openings and apply today.
At Rogers, our patients are our number one priority. But it all begins with you. It takes a full team approach where every contribution counts. You'll make your difference at Rogers—and help transform lives.
Choose Rogers for your career and become part of:
Our expertise lies in specialty behavioral health as we treat obsessive-compulsive disorder and related anxiety disorders; eating disorders; mood disorders; trauma (posttraumatic stress disorder); and addiction, including alcohol and substance use disorders. We are known for treating complex, co-occurring disorders with a commitment to continually improve the outcomes of our treatment.
According to Modern Healthcare, in 2018 Rogers was the largest behavioral health hospital in the United States. Apply today and join a national leader!
Collaborate with treatment teams to make a lasting impact.
Help patients develop new skills to reach their full potential.
Become a Rogers nurse and make a real difference.
Join one of the largest multi-specialty psychiatric physician practices in the U.S.
If you are not chosen for interview or as the final candidate, we encourage you to watch for notifications of other openings at Rogers.
With a career at Rogers, you can look forward to a Total Rewards package of benefits, including:
Whether it's formal recognition for your service, a surprise thank you for great effort (pizza anyone?) or a chance to cheer as one (favorite sports team informal dress days), Rogers has long been committed to celebrating our employees. As an organization, this includes:
We know having a healthy culture with satisfied employees translates to patient satisfaction as well. Whether you're joining one of Rogers' newest locations or part of the tradition of service in Oconomowoc, we're happy to get you on board!
Many employees start out at Rogers Behavioral Health and build their careers here with great opportunities for advancement. Others use their experience here as a launching point. Meet Thomas G. Adams, an Assistant Professor at Yale School of Medicine, who talks about the importance his early career at Rogers was in helping him realize his career goals in academia.
Rogers serves as a training site for undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral clinical education and training.
Join one of the largest teams of psychiatrists for a private behavioral health system.
Orientation for new employees and students