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WADI Employment Application

How long does my application stay on file?

All employment applications remain active for one year after date of application. If you become interested in a position and have an application already on file, you may call the Human Resources Department at (618) 963-2387 ext. 8008 to ask to be considered for that position.  
How can I find out if you have a job opening?
We post all of our job openings on this website. In addition, all WADI job openings are posted on If you register on that site it will send you an email to notify you that you have been matched to a job. You might also check the local newspapers help wanted sections.
What are you looking for in an employee?
We want employees who are dedicated to helping people change their lives for the better. It’s important for them to be flexible, honest, reliable, kind and understand ones commitment to employment. People of all ages, genders, races, religions, and disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Where can I turn in my employment application?
You are welcome to drop it off at any WADI location listed below or you may fax it to Critical Records/Risk Management Coordinator at (618) 963-2525.
Edwards County WADI
334 Industrial Ave, Albion IL 62806                
Hamilton County WADI
110 E Jefferson, McLeansboro IL 62859 
Gallatin and Saline County WADI
 14 Veterans Drive, Harrisburg IL 62946 
Wabash County WADI
119 W 12th Street, Mt Carmel IL 62863  
Wayne County WADI
2004 W Delaware, Fairfield IL 62837
White County WADI
110 Latham St, Enfield IL  62835  
Central Administrative Office
110 Latham St, Enfield IL  62835                        
WADI does not discriminate in admission to programs or treatment of employment in programs or activities in compliance with the Illinois Human Rights Act; the U.S. Civil Rights Act; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act; the Age Discrimination Act: the Age Discrimination in Employment Act; and the U.S. and Illinois constitutions. Equal Opportunity Employer

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