At BAYADA Hospice, you’ll do so much more than comfort and care for patients and families through the end of life and grieving process. You’ll make a fulfilling difference in people’s lives as part of a driven, talented, and compassionate team—helping our patients and their loved ones make the most of their time together and find peace and meaning in their end-of-life journey.
And we treat you as we treat our clients—with kindness, integrity, and your best interests at heart. As a company whose first priority is the satisfaction of our employees, BAYADA is naturally committed to rewarding, encouraging, and empowering you.
- Nurse (RN and LPN): Provide skilled nursing, rehabilitative, and palliative care to patients in the home setting. Use the full range of your nursing knowledge and skills as a valued member of a collaborative clinical care team to assess patient needs, implement care plans, and provide health education to patients and family members of all ages.
- Clinical Manager (RN): Lead, inspire and motivate a field team of nurses, caregivers, and hospice clinicians to provide exceptional care to patients and their loved ones. Orient and train field staff. Conduct in-home visits to assess patient needs and ensure high quality of care. Direct the procurement of medications and supplies. Collaborate with medical director, clinicians, patients, and family members to craft and implement personalized, goal-oriented plans of care.
- Home health aide (HHA, CHHA) and certified nursing assistant (CNA): Your compassionate, caring demeanor brings much-appreciated comfort to patients and their families. You’ll provide assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, meal prep, laundry, and light housekeeping to help lighten the load and bring a sense of normalcy and peace.
- Medical social worker (MSW): Evaluate patient’s and family members’ needs and plan interventions as part of a collaborative, interdisciplinary clinical care team. Educate colleagues and clients about social and emotional health factors and how to use community resources to promote health and well-being. Identify community resource referrals and advocate for patient and family members.
- Bereavement coordinator: Manage and oversee bereavement services as part of a collaborative, interdisciplinary care team. Develop new bereavement programs, services, and educational materials as needed. Plan and implement events and guide and supervise support staff.
- Volunteer: Trained volunteers can provide various forms of patient and family support to suit their education, skill sets and interests, such as companionship, assistance with home management, caregiver relief, transportation and escorts, clerical assistance, memorial service planning, bereavement support, music therapy, reiki, massage, pet care, arts and crafts, games and hobbies.
- Spiritual Counselor: Work as an integral member of an interdisciplinary, compassionate hospice care team to comfort and guide patients and their loved ones—of any or no faith—through their end-of-life journey. Promote wish fulfillment and emotional closure when appropriate, and help loved ones make the most of their time together. Assist with life celebration / memorial services and support loved ones through their bereavement process.