Employment Opportunities

Elder Care clients consistently rate our staff as being
excellent and an integral part of their overall satisfaction
with our programs and services.

At Elder Care, we appreciate meeting people who share our core values and are seeking an opportunity to make a positive impact in the lives of seniors. Our staff is our most valued resource. If you’re looking for a job that will allow you to make a difference in the world, Elder Care might be right for you. Our team of talented and dedicated employees strives daily for excellence in all that we do.

Elder Care has been serving seniors since 1983 and is the region’s leading non-profit provider of services for seniors and their caregivers. We provide an outstanding work environment that offers caring people the opportunity to work with others who share the common goal of helping mature adults live healthy, happy, independent lives. Our employees enjoy the work they do and it is reflected in the excellent customer oriented services that they deliver. Elder Care offers employee benefits, as well as beautiful facilities and a pleasant work environment. All applicants must be caring, organized, self-motivated, flexible and have a passion for serving seniors. Elder Care is an equal opportunity employer.

At Elder Care, our clients are our number one priority.

Full-Time Facility Services. Seeking person for general cleaning of offices and medical facility. Experience as a housekeeper/janitor is required. Must have high standards, be able to follow procedures and lift 50 pounds. Dependability and flexibility are a must. Please email resume to fdanel@abouteldercare.org. No phone calls please.

Part-Time Homemaker. Weekdays. Daytime. Seeking compassionate, dependable person to help seniors in their homes in Washington and Nowata County. Must be caring, organized, self-motivated, flexible and able to pass a background check. Reliable transposition is required.Please email resume slee@abouteldercare.org.

Full-Time Business Assistant. Seeking an organized multi-tasker to join our team. Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:  Financial reporting documents and budgeting for departments, payroll, coding of payable/receivables, managing payables in a timely fashion, petty cash audit. Managing the organizations’ business files and annual renewals. Updating and distributing updated policies and handbooks. Human resource duties such as: managing personnel files, orientation/training, vacation/sick leave tracking. Must be highly proficient with Microsoft (Excel, Word, and Outlook), possess excellent oral and written skills, and have a clear understanding of accounting principles and financial statements. Will serve as assistant to the Executive Director. Please send resumes to Cordell Rumsey at crumsey@abouteldercare.org.

Part-Time LPN. Brighter Living Services is seeking a compassionate dependable person with good seniors who is interested in becoming part of our team. Responsibilities include medication set-up, coordination of care and health monitoring. Part –time position, flexible hours. Please email resume to kcoke@abouteldercare.org.

Part-Time Brighter Living Companions. Seeking mature, compassionate, dependable people to work in the homes of seniors. Will assist with errands, meal preparation, housekeeping and more. Must be caring, organized, self-motivated, flexible and able to pass a background check. Willing to work days, nights and weekends as needed for clients. Flexible hours, established organization with a caring workplace and competitive wages.  CNA, LPN, RN. For more information, please email kcoke@abouteldercare.org. Please apply on-line here.

Volunteer Opportunities. Elder Care is always seeking caring, compassionate people to join our dedicated team of volunteers.

E-mail: jobs@abouteldercare.org

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