Careers at Chelsea Jewish
The Chelsea Jewish Foundation is expanding rapidly, and with expansion comes growth. Therefore, the Chelsea Jewish Foundation is looking for a limited number of new candidates to join our dynamic and growing workforce!
We believe in building and retaining a team of staff members who support our mission: maintaining the health and well-being of our clients and residents. As a result, many of our employees have been with our organization for a decade or more, an unprecedent which sets us apart from other companies in the healthcare industry. All of our positions offer job satisfaction, excellent compensation, attractive benefits, and a supportive, warm and friendly work environment. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate in any aspect of employment on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, handicapped status or sexual orientation.
Below are the positions available within our organization. If you are interested in learning more or applying for a position, please contact the appropriate person below.
Full-Time & Part-Time Nursing Staff:
Experienced Registered Nurses
Certified Nursing Assistants
Home Health Aides
CONTACT: Judy Bolon, Director of HR 617.409.8213 firstname.lastname@example.org
Full-Time & Part-Time Therapists:
Registered Physical Therapist (RPT)
Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA)
Occupational Therapist Registered (OTR)
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)
Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)
CONTACT: Melissa Kershaw, Director of Therapy 617.409.8933 email@example.com
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I believe in the work that the Foundation does because it believes in creating a better system, better facility, better program for the future. That matters to me.
I knew my mother would be well-taken care of at any facility that was under the Foundation, because of the reputation. And I was right.
This organization doesn’t treat my dad like a patient, they treat him like a person. He is given the best care possible, and it’s because they believe in treating the whole person, not just the illness.
I began volunteering at Foundation’s Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home and realized what a special place this was. Residents are happy, and the staff care. I enjoyed being here, too.