Interested in joining the Shasta Cascade Health Center's team? We encourage you to send us your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or by filling out the employment application below. Your interest in a position at our Health Center will be thoughtfully reviewed and you will be contacted if we have an opening that fits yours skills and interests.
Doctor of Medicine (MD)
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Other Ways to Apply
For consideration, send resume and cover letter via:
Fax: (530) 964-3141 "Attention: Human Resources"
Mail: P.O. Box 1143, McCloud, CA 96057 "Attention: Human Resources"
About the Area
For thousands of years Native Americans of the Shasta, Klamath, Pit, Modoc and Wintu tribes utilized the abundant natural resources of the Mount Shasta area. The first Europeans arrived in about 1820 when trappers came here for fur bearing animals. Silver and gold brought miners to this area after 1851, and when the railroad laid tracks through Strawberry Valley in 1887, the timber industry got underway.
Today, outdoor lovers—from extreme sports enthusiasts to family vacationers and retirees—are enjoying the vast recreational opportunities the Mount Shasta region has to offer.
“When I first caught sight of Mount Shasta over the braided folds of the Sacramento Valley, my blood turned to wine, and I have not been weary since.”
— John Muir, 1874
- from visitmtshasta.com
Dunsmuir, where you can walk from your motel to one of the best sport fishing streams in the country; enjoy a meal in a first-class restaurant; experience the relaxed, friendly ambiance of our historic railroad town.
You’ll feel like a time traveler as you stroll through our historic downtown. (For more on the town’s history, go to (Dunsmuir history) . Dunsmuir is the town that time forgot: A classic alpine village nestled in a river canyon, surrounded by pine forests and the majestic presence of Mount Shasta.
You’ll want to explore the natural wonders of the area: the falls at Hedge Creek and Mossbrae, the series of falls cascading along the McCloud River near the town of McCloud. The breathtaking, panoramic views of the Eddy and Trinity mountain ranges as seen from the slopes of Mount Shasta and from the North Trail at Lake Siskiyou.
- from dunsmuir.com
Nestled on the southern slope of beautiful Mt Shasta, McCloud offers family fun and year-round recreation opportunities! The entire downtown area of McCloud is a Nationally Registered Historic District, with seventeen buildings designated as landmarks from 1896 to 1963 when the McCloud River Railroad and Lumber Company operated the town.
With a variety of accommodations including casual and luxury lodgings, RV Parks, campgrounds, fine dining, square dancing, shopping and more, historic McCloud is perfect for romantic getaways or family fun vacations. From boating, kayaking, cycling, golf, fly-fishing, hiking, rock climbing, spelunking and whitewater rafting in the summer to snowshoeing, sledding, snowmobiling, downhill ski and snowboarding, and cross-country skiing in the winter, there are miles of trails, lakes, wild and scenic rivers and wilderness to explore around McCloud.
In McCloud, you will experience shopping from a bygone era, where shopkeepers are friendly and attentive to your needs and where shops are filled with unique gifts, apparel, outdoor gear, fine wines, antiques, and homemade treats.