Employment Opportunities

At New Friends, we believe in treating everyone like family. This is a lifestyle and a career. We are looking for people to walk our journey with us and love what they do every day! If you are someone who would like to join our family of hard-working, caring, and passionate people, apply to be a nurse supervisor, caregiver, kitchen staff member, or housekeeping staff member today! To search our career portal for available openings and to apply for a position, click on the link below!

In College? Continued Learning and Life Experience go a Long Way!

New Friends provides you with that opportunity:

We provide college students with flexible scheduling and part time work. This is a great start to your career and even better opportunity to get you pointed in the right direction. With demonstrated knowledge and experience in Memory Care and Assisted Living, New Friends has the opportunity that you are looking for!
If you major in :
·       Nursing
·       Education
·       Human Services
·       Psychology

Then New Friends has an opportunity for you that will provide you with valuable skills and enhance your resume. 

Our Opportunities

Care Provider

As a care provider (Care Friend) you will be responsible for providing person-centered care that focuses on each resident with respect to his or her unique history, abilities, experiences, culture and personality. Providing life enhancing, quality compassionate care that gives purpose and meaning to the relationship between individuals with dementia, their families, care staff and their community home.

LPN Nurse Shift Supervisor

Point of contact for care staff for the shift. Carrying out Supervisory responsibilities in accordance with organizational policies and procedures and regulatory requirements and applicable law. Demonstrates problem solving and decision making abilities. Ability to manage resident care with specific knowledge and hands on experience and understanding of dementia and behaviors, bedside nursing, symptom management, crisis intervention and family intervention. Demonstrated management ability with an interdisciplinary team and other health care providers. Excellent understanding of Dementia, skills in communication both verbal and written, interpersonal relations, documentation, organization. Ability to develop and maintain rapport with residents, families and staff.