Get hired in health care

Are you a restaurant, hotel or other hospitality worker looking for new employment now? Are you considering a career change? 

Right now is an ideal time to start a new career working to help people receiving health care and supportive services during the pandemic.  

Minnesota’s nursing homes, assisted living facilities, group homes and other care providers are facing critical staffing shortages. That’s why the State of Minnesota is funding an urgent health care and supportive services hiring initiative. 

You can make a real difference now and in the future for older adults and people with disabilities and thousands of others living in your community.  You don’t need to have health care experience, just a heart for helping others and desire to be a healthcare hero during these difficult times.   

Your skills and experience from the hospitality industry are great preparation for these positions. You can gain immediate experience and training to help you climb this new career ladder. 

Current opportunities available through this urgent hiring initiative are for temporary work (with a commitment as short as 14 days) with very competitive wages, travel, lodging and per diem reimbursement. People in entry-level health care and supportive services positions can make up to $25 an hour. 

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity contact 866-633-3700 or apply now through the staffing agency operating this program and join this urgent hiring initiative: Application for Employment. 

You can apply today. Workers are already being selected for this opportunity and can expect to remain employed in this program through December 30, 2020. Opportunities for being hired into a longer-term, permanent position in a similar role are also available.

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