Are you ready to start making a difference?
We are looking for compassionate, talented, and hardworking team members to join us in co-creating an enriching, interesting and innovative program for older adults.
We strive to provide a caring environment by creating purposeful and life affirming opportunities for adults needing extra support during the day.
Come share your passions and skills while making a change in the way we assist individuals as they age!
MountainCare is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and we seek to cultivate a team of compassionate individuals who represent the many qualities and identities of the people that we serve. We strive to make all people feel welcome to participate in and contribute to Adult Day by co-creating our program with our participants and their caregivers.
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MountainCare is seeking a caring RN that thrives in a team environment. The Health Care Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of health care services and participates in direct care for the participants attending Adult Day Services, using a holistic and Person Centered Approach. Knowledge and understanding of the physical and emotional aspects of aging is necessary. Candidates must be able to identify emergency situations, carry out emergency measures as indicated and recognize health and medical issues and concerns. The RN will be flexible, patient, creative, and use good problem solving skills.
Our nationally recognized, awarding-winning Adult Day program is looking to expand its team. We are looking for compassionate, talented, and hardworking team members to join us in co-creating an enriching, caring environment.
Program Specialists often work directly with participants (impaired adults) during the majority of their time, but will also provide program support with non-direct care tasks such as transportation and facilitating group or individual activities.
Companion Caregivers support Henderson County clients in their homes through socialization, respite care, basic home management, and other supportive services which do not require hands-on care. Companion Caregivers may also help clients with transportation to/from appointments, completing errands, and leisurely activities outside of the home. The ideal candidate will be flexible, patient, compassionate, and creative with excellent problem-solving skills.