Rainbow Hospice Care is growing has scheduled a job fair for registered nurses (RNs) and certified nursing assistants (CNAs) who are interested in providing end-of-life care to terminally ill patients and their families.

Current and future job openings include full-time, part-time, and flex positions on all shifts—in both inpatient and home settings.

The job fair is set for Friday, Feb. 12 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Rainbow Hospice Care Inpatient Center located at 1225 Remmel Drive, Johnson Creek.

Rainbow Hospice Care is a community-based non-profit organization that’s been serving south-central Wisconsin residents for more than 25 years. Its mission is to provide comfort, care and meaning at the end of life by offering a full spectrum of physical, emotional, social, and spiritual care.

“We thought a job fair would be easy and efficient for everyone,” said Registered Nurse Carol Brown, vice president of clinical services. “People can drop in at their convenience, meet some of our staff, tour our inpatient center, and get more information about our organization. And if they bring their resume, we’ll be delighted to conduct an immediate interview.

“Rainbow Hospice Care RNs and CNAs are key members of our integrated team,” Brown added. “Ideal candidates are both compassionate and passionate caregivers—able to work collaboratively and independently. If hired, they can expect stimulating and rewarding work that offers continued opportunities to learn and grow both professionally and personally.”

For more information about Rainbow Hospice Care, visit: www.rainbowhospicecare.org.

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