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Eastern Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island and Vermont

Caregivers, PCAs, and LNAs Needed

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TLC Nursing Associates, LLC


Posted On: 7/10/2013




Hours:

Full-Time

Description

TLC Nursing is currently looking for LNAs, PCAs, & Caregivers to work anywhere from 2 hours to 16 hours a day. We have day, evening, and night shift openings.

Qualifications

Applicants MUST: 
Be reliable and flexible 
Be willing to do personal care including assisting with bathroom duties 
Be willing to do light housekeeping
Be compassionate and empathetic 
Have reliable transportation and a valid driver's license 
Be willing to work every other weekend. 
Have computer and internet access. 

Call 802-735-1123 for more information and or to schedule an appointment for an interview. 
HR hours are Monday - Friday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm.
Apply online at https://generations.idb-sys.com/OnlineApplication.aspx?aid=tlcn6564

Benefits

Benefits Include: Health Insurance (Catamount Health-Plan), Retirement Savings Program, Paid Vacation, Numerous employee benefits through Aflac, 24% discount with Verizon and Sprint cell phone bills, 25% discount at select retailers, and more!


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Contact Information

Sue Richardson Phone Number: 8027351123 Email: info@tlcnursing.com
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