Recruiting Hospice Professionals
Hospice workers help terminally ill patients and their families enjoy quality of life. Typical teams include nurses, therapists, coordinators, and others who work together to minimize a patient’s anxiety and discomfort in preparing for death. The number of industry workers has more than tripled since 1990 and the number is expected to rise significantly through the year 2020.
Hospice occupations include:
- Registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and licensed vocational nurses
- Nursing assistants
- Occupational and physical therapists
- Personal care aides and home health aides
- Medical and health services managers
- Medical secretaries
- Healthcare social workers
- CEOs, CFOs and other management and business occupations
Our specialty is recruiting in the medical field, and we understand the disciplines, compensation and technical requirements of every occupation. The hospice environment demands a special combination of hard and soft skills, and individuals who work within interdisciplinary teams. If your program is seeking exceptional talent, let Integrity Placement Group help make the path smoother. Our search process, rigorous pre-screening and attention to detail lead to one goal: the right fit for your organization.
When you complete a search agreement with IPG, you’ll be assigned a recruiter to spearhead the search. He or she will quickly and effectively provide a pool of pre-screened candidates based on your customized profile. Learn more about our process.
Careers in Hospice and Palliative Care
Have you been thinking of a career change in the hospice industry? Are you looking for a new, more fulfilling opportunity? Your IPG recruiter can help you find the right fit to meet your professional and personal goals. Explore part-time or full-time roles, in either residential, hospital or in-home programs. Contact us to find out how we can help you find a rewarding position in hospice care.