Together we can make a difference in our community. Whether you are a healthcare professional or have expertise in a non-clinical specialty, we offer opportunities for you to shine in a collaborative environment.
Every employee at Valley Hospice plays a meaningful role – whether working directly with our patients and families or our mission support services, behind-the-scenes. If you're interested in a career that pays benefits far beyond a paycheck, check out our available career opportunities and then apply for the job you are interested in.
Valley Hospice employs more than 140 people in three locations. You'll enjoy flexibility, opportunities for growth and development and a generous, competitive benefits package that includes:
- Medical, vision and dental plans
- Continuing education and certification assistance
- Retirement savings
- Paid Time Off (PTO)
- Disability benefits
- Life insurance
Applications are sent to Human Resources. Prospective applicants are then invited for an initial interview.
Caring. Living. Healing. Values
Creating a supportive and productive work environment is important to us. At Valley Hospice, we strive to create a culture that encourages honest dialogue, respect for the feelings, values and cultures of others, teamwork and a commitment to our mission. Our goal is to create a harmonious work environment by adhering to our values stated below.
- Support and encourage my teammates throughout the organization.
- Provide positive, constructive feedback.
- Consistently “manage up” co-workers.
- Celebrate success – look for the good and share it.
- Be a role model.
- Communicate with respect and professionalism to create a safe environment in which open dialogue can take place.
- Be reliable, allowing others to place their trust in me.
- Do the right thing even when no one is watching.
- Respect all individuals through acknowledgment, acceptance, and courtesy.
- Walk my talk.
- Refrain from gossip.
- Be flexible and willing to adapt to change.
- Be knowledgeable about my job responsibilities and the organization.
- Seek self-development - Utilize tools that are provided to grow personally and professionally.
- Take responsibility for my actions; be willing to take both credit and critique.
- Conduct myself as a professional at all times by performing my job competently and ethically (i.e, maintaining confidentiality, maintaining boundaries, making eye contact, dressing professionally, using professional demeanor).
- Recognize I am a reflection of Valley Hospice.
- Be on time.
- Set and achieve goals.
- Recognize the spirituality inherent in each individual without judgement.
- Be open and respectful to each individual’s spiritual beliefs.
- Meet patients and families where they are and don’t project your spiritual beliefs on others.
- Be attentive to your own spiritual needs, as you perceive them.
- Live your spirituality in acts of compassion and service in the workplace.
- Build one another up and encourage your coworkers in times of distress, personal crisis, and spiritual need.
- Recognize the value of each person and accept that value without judgment.
- Be good stewards of time, money and all resources entrusted to me.
- Offer hope, compassion and empathy to coworkers and those we serve.
- Know our mission and apply it to my work every day.
- Focus my physical, emotional, and spiritual energy in order to fulfill our mission.
- Take pride and ownership in my performance each day.
- Build professional relationships
- Inspire and Motivate others.
- Consistently ‘manage up’ Valley Hospice.
- Appreciate the efforts of others.
- Support the communities in which I serve.
Social Worker (MSW or BSW) • Nursing Facility Team & South Home Team
PCA (CNA) • North Home Team & Nursing Facility Team
RN • South Home Team
RN • On-Call
Access Liaison Nurse
Access Admission Nurse
Patient Care Manager • Nursing Facility Team
LPN • Care Center