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Help Wanted!

Do you need a job? Do you know anyone who needs a job? I work in the healthcare field, which currently, is a very competitive market for employers. It is challenging to find RNs, LPNs and CNAs to meet all of our needs.

I run a program in the Greater St. Louis area for individuals with developmental disabilities who live in supported living homes in the community. We assist individuals of all age ranges with all levels of needs, but we specialize in serving those who have high medical needs. We even have individuals with trachs and on ventilators who live in the community and not in nursing homes.

My agency, the Austen Dooley Company is looking for Direct Support Staff (DSS), LPN's and RN's to join our St. Louis/St Charles area team. If you are a CNA, a nurse or know a nurse or CNA that is looking to make a difference in the lives of others in our area... this is a great opportunity. No experience is necessary for these positions, so someone straight out of a CNA or nursing school would be welcome. However, for our DSS positions there may be pay differential available depending on experience, certifications and shift.Please visit our website for a link to our online application. EOE http://www.austendooley.com

Please feel free to share. You can also PM me for more details.

Thank you!


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Apr. 19th, 2017 08:22 pm (UTC)
I don't need a job, or know of anyone in the medical profession that needs a job, but I do understand how hard it is to find quality healthcare professionals. Good ones are true treasures.

Over the last probably 10 years I watched my parents health continue to decline and be in need of extensive health care, whether in a nursing home, rehab center or hospital. I watched as the CNA and RNs would come in and care for my parents and witnessed the love and care these people gave my parents. I couldn't begin to thank them enough for all that they did for my parents. Their attentiveness and tenderness was astounding, not to mention that they continued to treat my parents with respect, even if my parents couldn't respond to them because of their diminished capacity. I will forever be in awe of these people, and enormously grateful for everything they did.

So for any caregivers out there, THANK YOU. Even though you may not be a part of caregiving in my area, I thank you anyway for being who and what you are.
Apr. 19th, 2017 11:04 pm (UTC)
Shared to FB--most of my STL-area contacts are people I know IRL.
Apr. 20th, 2017 02:24 pm (UTC)
I don't live remotely near you, but I'll share, I have some US'ers on my flist x
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