Careers

Exceptional People.
Exceptional Care.

As one of the region’s largest employers, we are looking for the most talented individuals to provide the highest quality medical care and support services to our patients. Home Health VNA and Merrimack Valley Hospice are seeking a wide variety of medical professional, paraprofessional and administrative staff.

Home health and hospice nursing are dynamic clinical specialties, caring for patients with complex illnesses in their own homes. Our nurses are experienced, confident and highly trained; practicing at the top of their licenses while continuing to develop nursing skills in the field.
Allied Clinicians
Physical therapists, occupational therapists, medical social workers and other certified clinicians are part of the home health team working to deliver individualized care to patients of all ages.
Aids
A committed team of home health aides, homemakers, care partners, and others provide non-medical assistance to help patients remain safe and comfortable in their homes with supportive services.
Operations/Office Staff
Every role supports the experience of our patients and their families with a unified commitment to our mission. Whether you are an IT professional, accounting clerk or medical records specialist, you are part of the team delivering exceptional care.

Benefits you will love

Homecare is an opportunity for conversation, connection, and change. As a social worker for the VNA I feel privileged to be able to sit with patients in their homes. When you work in homecare, you quickly learn that patients homes are windows into who they are and how they live…. The homecare setting and all the information it offers the clinician provides the greatest opportunity for conversation, connection and change. We hope that patients feel less ill, less pain, more comfort, and are living a better quality of life then when we first walked through the front door.
Johanna
Social Worker
What I love most about working in hospice is having the ability to make patients feel comfortable. To give patients the dignity, respect, care and most important the compassion that they deserve.
Melanie
Hospice Nurse
I love working here since I see I can make a difference for patient and co-workers.
My job is not a job for me it’s an honor. Being an advocate for my patients and know that I am making a difference for them in their lives and they know that I am here for them and help them and make certain things easier for them and know they always have me to call for any needs and know they are not alone.
Evelyn
Care Transition Coach
As a home health nurse I respect each person’s home while thoughtfully and gently making suggestions to improve the patients’ health and environment…I provide the knowledge and tools to empower my patient to manage their own care and they are able to teach back to me what they have learned. When a home health clinician comes into the patient’s home we are a breath of fresh air that provides something that everyone needs; hope. Being able to provide this for a patient in need is truly priceless.
Julie
Nursing Clinical Care Coordinator

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I apply for a position?

Access the online application for each position at the bottom of each job description. These positions are also presented through Indeed, Glassdoor, or other online platforms.

Please note: the application will open as a pop-up. To turn off your pop-up blocker or hold down the CTRL key when you click on the button to apply.

Can I apply in person or by ways other than the online application?

No. Only online applications are accepted.

I don’t always have access to a computer to apply for a position online. What can I do?

If you do not have access to a computer at home or with a mobile device, resources are available at your public library or local career center.

I don’t have a resume. Can I still apply?

Yes, you can apply for positions online even if you don’t have a resume. Your complete, online application will allow us to compare your skills and experience against the job requirements.

I’ve submitted an application online. Will I hear back from someone in Human Resources?

When you apply online, you will receive an email acknowledgment regarding your application submission. Our recruiters will review your application. If you meet the qualifications of the position, you will be contacted to further discuss the position.
Please note: Due to the large volume of applicants for positions, we are not able to respond to all applications.

I’m interested in working for Home Health Foundation and its agencies but I do not see an open position that I am qualified for or interested in. Can I still submit my resume?

We’re always interested in meeting people who are a good fit for the work we do. Please use the Contact Us form and let us know a bit about you. A member of our Talent Acquisition team will follow-up with you. You may also follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook to watch for openings, job fairs, and other career events.

What do Per Visit and Per Diem mean?

Per Visit means the position is paid by the visit. Per Diem means “per day.” Employees who are per visit and per diem are scheduled on an as-needed basis and are not eligible to receive benefits.

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