Job Opportunities at PACE
PACE is a unique care option for older adults who wish to remain in their home as they age. We are a non-profit organization that is committed to providing senior community members with the care, medical treatment, and support they need to achieve the highest quality of life. Come join our team as we give senior citizens in our community the care they need to age with dignity and respect. As a full-time employee at PACE you will be eligible for an array of benefits including healthcare, paid time off, paid holidays, matching 403B retirement contributions, education reimbursement, and more. We are actively recruiting for the following positions, click on the job title for a detailed description and position requirements.
We are actively recruiting for a Medical Records Clerk, who will be responsible for the management of all electronic medical records. This is a full-time position with regular business hours. Click here to apply online.
Our CNAs perform participant care activities and other tasks as assigned to assist the primary care, therapy, and day center activities at PACE. They work under the direct supervision of the Nurse Supervisor or designee but are independent in the application of nursing assistant knowledge and skills. This can be a full-time or part-time position with regular business hours. Click here to apply online.
We are actively recruiting for the position of IDT Coordinator responsible for providing clerical support to the Center Manager and the Interdisciplinary Team with daily program processes. This is a full-time position with regular business hours. Click here to apply online.
The Day Center Supervisor position is responsible for ensuring the highest quality of care in our PACE Day Center. This position has full responsibility for aides, therapy, activities and spiritual care staff performance and job satisfaction, and requires a Bachelor higher degree in a healthcare related field. This is a full-time position with regular business hours. Click here to apply online.
The Clinic Manager will have responsibility for clinic operations and home health services. Working in collaboration with the Center Manager they will be responsible for coordination of all services provided to PACE participants. This is a full-time position with regular business hours. Click here to apply online.
Our Home Care Nurses are responsible for the development and implementation of homecare services for program participants. They work under the direct supervision of the Nurse Supervisor, but are independent in the application of advanced healthcare knowledge and skills. Through continuous assessment, screens the appropriateness of services, the utilization of healthcare resources, the quality of participant care and prevention of readmissions. This is a full-time position with regular business hours. Click here to apply online.
If you are unable to submit an application online please mail your application to the following address. Click here for the printable application.
PACE of Southwest Michigan
Attn: Human Resources
2900 Lakeview Avenue
St. Joseph, MI 49085