You deserve a career you love.
Are you working long hours that pull you away from your family?
Do you long to make your own schedule?
Do you wish to be more independent in your nursing practice?
8 ways to prepare yourself for your interview!
We know that the interview process can be stressful, which is why we put together a list of questions for you to think about ahead of time. Fill out the form below to get your free digital download.
You worked hard to get where you are today.
You know that it takes problem solving skills to solve the unique problems that come with being a home healthcare professional. You take pride in individualizing what is the best care for each patient.
It takes great empathy along with a desire to keep learning in the home healthcare field. We believe in extensive hands on training, continuing education opportunities and tuition reimbursement to feed your desire for knowledge of a constantly changing field.
Hiawatha HomeCare currently has openings for RNs and LPNs who are highly motivated and are interested in providing one-on-one care to clients in their homes. These are long-term positions with flexible hours and shifts to choose from. New graduates are encouraged to apply!
Join the Hiawatha HomeCare team.
Enjoy a fulfilling career with flexibility
Top reasons our team says they like working at Hiawatha HomeCare
- Honesty and support from supervisors
- Shared team goals
Hear what Hiawatha HomeCare employees are saying...
Before working at Hiawatha, the frustration feels like spinning too many plates and no one will come alongside you to help. Hiawatha is different in that, no matter what my problem, my co-workers and administration will come alongside me and help me. That makes me feel more loyal to the company and their mission. One of the things that has stuck through me during nursing school is, “Know your teams strengths” ~ Annette Fennern Hiawatha Employee since November
I felt like I was running from patient to patient trying to get everything done. I didn't feel like a successful nurse at a previous employer.
I felt that the people in my care deserved more of my time and attention. The frustration I felt seemed like I'd failed my patients and I'd failed as a nurse. This was not what I went to nursing school for!
I hadn't considered home health care until seeing Hiawatha Home Care's website and reading the story of how the company began. To take care of patients they way I would want my loved ones being taken care of was the main motivation that made me want to become a nurse.
When I was able to give family caregivers relief and function as a nurse that wasn't rushing to meet a deadline, I felt like I was making a difference. It gave me the emotional rewards and fulfillment I sought from helping others.
Life is less stressful and much more satisfying when your career is on track and you feel supported by your employer.
~ Jenny Zupancic (Hiawatha Employee since 10/2011)
What environment is the best fit for you?
To create a great career in nursing that works for you, it is important to really know yourself.
Some nurses thrive on the excitement of a busy emergency ward.
Others prefer quiet, long term, one-on-one attention they can give patients in the home care setting.