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Join the Aging Care team

See available openings below. If no positions are posted, check back again soon.


Do you love working with older adults?  Are you looking for a rewarding career and fulfilling work in a supportive environment?  Is work-life balance important to you?


If you have a professional background working with seniors and working in this field is your passion, contact us! We are looking for Nurses, Gerontologists, Social Workers, Recreation Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and others with a minimum of 2-3 years of expertise in Senior Care.




  • Performs a holistic, person-centered comprehensive assessment to evaluate psychosocial, cognitive skills set, home safety, medical history/current status, and level of care. 

  • Develops, coordinates, and monitors clients’ care plan and evaluates the plan’s effectiveness ongoing. 

  • Serves as a liaison between ancillary services to advocate for the client. 

  • Coordinate client’s physician, dental, and other medical appointments.

  • Collaborates with healthcare professionals in different settings to advocate for quality of care.

  • Documents daily care management activity in the electronic chart.

  • Communicate with family members by phone or email after each visit.

  • Demonstrates a high level of competency specific to discharge planning. 

  • Ability to link clients to local resources/programs/providers/facilities to support client's needs. 

  • Provides consultation with clients in the selection of appropriate living communities, attends tours, and facilitates the transition and move into the facility. 

  • Collaborates with key team members regarding the client’s healthcare in overcoming barriers in meeting goals and objectives. 

  • Consults with Director and other team members regarding crisis intervention.

  • Advocate for client needs at home or in a facility.

  • See clients in their homes, assisted living, skilled nursing, and hospital.




  • Take potential client intake calls to determine needs, 

  • align them with appropriate services, and complete paperwork to start services.

  • Attract referrals and inquiries to build care management services.

  • Contact potential and existing healthcare referral sources on behalf of Aging Care Management.

  • Promote Aging Care Management services to medical, financial, legal, professional, civic, community, and Alzheimer’s related groups 




  • Works independently, is self-directed, and flexible  

  • Consistent follow-through 

  • Calm under pressure 

  • Planning and organizational skills 

  • Committed and passionate about quality care

  • Personal and compassionate service – focused on the individual client’s needs

  • Working knowledge of the aging process including diagnosis, psychosocial issues, medical procedures, and medications. 

  • Knowledge of physical, emotional, social, leisure, and spiritual needs of older adults. 

  • Well-developed communication skills (both verbal and written) 

  • Interpersonal communication skills; 

  • Thorough understanding and use of medical terminology.  



  • A Master’s degree is desirable, especially in the fields of Gerontology, Social Work, Nursing, OT, and PT. 

  • At least 2-3 years of experience in direct care or care management with geriatric patients. 

  • Proven clinical expertise in the areas of aging and dementia. 

  • Familiarity with working with intergenerational family systems. 



The ideal candidate enjoys traveling to different homes and facilities, is experienced in immediate responses to client needs, has the desire to work with  older adults and their families, and is committed to advocating for the best quality of life for our clients.

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