Caring for, and working with, older, ill, frail and infirm people requires very special temperaments and very special talents.
The employees who work on the Campus of the Jewish Home have those special qualities and, in addition, are as special as the people they care for. Employment opportunities at the Jewish Home, the skilled nursing facility on the Jewish Home Campus, are varied. In its Department of Nursing, The Jewish Home employs registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and certified nursing assistants. We participate in a training program for nursing assistants and hire many of the graduates we train.
Other areas in which our employees work include Social Services, Physical and Occupational Therapy, Therapeutic Recreation, Dietary, Housekeeping and Facilities Operations and Maintenance.
The Residence, the Independent Living/Personal Care apartment on the Campus, employs nurses and nursing assistants, and shares Dietary, Operations, Housekeeping and Maintenance staff with the Jewish Home. We provide training, in-service programs and continuing education for all our employees.
Check out just some of our exceptional benefits:
- Tuition assistance
- Small enough for a family atmosphere
- Advancement and promotion within
- Life insurance
- Long Term disability
- Health and medical insurance
- Dental and vision at no cost to employees
- Generous vacation and sick time
The Campus is always looking to enhance the quality of care we provide and add to our team who serve our loved ones. CNA, LPN, RN – does not matter what level, if you have an empathetic heart and knack for providing quality care; if you have answered the calling to serve, please complete an application and come see what sets our staff apart.
Please check back for the next date of our “pop in” interview days. In the meantime, please complete an application found below.
Current Positions Available:
PLEASE NOTE – THE CAMPUS DOES NOT MANDATE THE NURSING STAFF
Under the direct supervision of an LPN or RN, our CNA is accountable for the delivery of personal nursing care. Responsible to provide quality resident care per individualized resident care plan and assignment sheets. Plenty of incentives…come find out what we offer!
Currently looking to add to our team both Full Time and Part Time shifts. Evening and weekend shifts available in The Residence building as well where experience is preferred but not necessary. Contact Connie and find out how we can work with you.
We seek an RN who likes working with a variety of residents and wants to excel in Long Term Care. The schedule is full time days. The RN Supervisor sets the standards for care and services and ensures that staff provide care which is in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations.
Requirements for the position:
RN License in good standing in PA
1 year Long Term Care/Skilled Nursing Experience
Familiarity with PA Dept of Health Regulations
Strong Customer Service skills
Impeccable communication, and customer care skills
Please submit your letter of interest and resume to Connie Mongold, Human Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The preferred candidate will have exceptional leadership, management, interpersonal and clinical skills as well as a valid Pennsylvania RN license. A teamwork attitude is a must; ability to lead and provide guidance is preferred.
The ideal candidate will promote and provide exceptional customer service in support of The Campus mission statement which revolves around our ability to ENHANCE, SERVE and SUPPORT our residents. Looking for someone who can help us “Make a Difference” each and every day with their exceptional care; customer service and team first attitude.
Have open position for day and night shift; LTC experience is preferred but not necessary for the right candidate.
If interested, please submit your resume to: email@example.com
LPN – Weekend Charge
We seek an LPN who likes working with a variety of residents and wants to excel in Long Term Care. The schedule is for weekends and would be a “Charge” position. Some of the responsibilities are to walk the rounds and check on residents; provide routine patient care; answer call bells; assist CNAs as needed and dispense morning medications.
To excel in this position, you must have a current LPN license in good standing; Long Term Care or Assisted Living experience and a personal commitment to help older people thrive in a supportive setting.
What the staff are saying…
“Fantastic atmosphere, good co-workers, management is open to change and ADONs are GREAT to work side by side with. Nursing scheduler is fair and willing to work with you.”
” Nice people to work with. Happy atmosphere. Very caring of residents”
“Enjoyed the facility, and learning about the culture and its residents. Great teamwork environment always displays among its employees. 12 hour shifts and overtime made available to the employees. Great pay and benefits.”