Career Opportunities

 

Collabria Care
Human Resources Department

 

Applications

To apply for a position, please email your resume and cover letter to:
jobs@collabriacare.org

Applications may also be mailed to:
Collabria Care
Attention: Human Resources
414 South Jefferson Street
Napa, CA 94559

Collabria Care – Collabria Hospice (formerly known as Napa Valley Hospice & Adult Day Services) is the leading center for community-based care delivery and resources in the North Bay for individuals and families experiencing the transitions of aging, living with serious illness, or facing the end of life. We aspire to be the premier employer in the Napa Valley for professionals in our field.

What makes Collabria Care unique?

Collabria Care is the ONLY nonprofit (501c3) provider of hospice services, based in the Napa Valley, where we have served for nearly four decades. Our agency offers a continuum of care for individuals and families, tailoring teams of professionals – which may include physicians, nurses, social workers, volunteers, spiritual counselors, and occupational, physical, and speech therapists – to address the needs of each individual and family.

Our spectrum of services is offered through two divisions – Collabria Care and Collabria Hospice – and four service lines. Collabria Care offers Alzheimer’s services, our award-winning Day Program, and Palliative Services; Collabria Hospice offers end-of-life care and bereavement services. This continuum of care makes it possible for us to partner with individuals and families who need us during every step of life’s major transitions.

We’re innovative, we’re values-driven, we’re firmly established! Join the Collabria Care team, and see how you can further your career in service to others.

Hospital Nurse Liaison – Hospice

Collabria Care and the Collabria Day Program are comprised of a team of dedicated staff and volunteers committed to providing exceptional professional healthcare, education and service to the community. We are also committed to providing expert resources and compassionate support to individuals and their loved ones experiencing the transitions of aging learning to live with chronic illness, or facing end of life.

Our Hospice department is seeking a full-time Hospital Nurse Liaison to administer and coordinate total nursing care using the nursing process for patients contemplating Hospice services while in a hospital setting; Participates in teaching patients and significant others home medical management; Works in close conjunction with patient/caregiver, physician, equipment distributors, infusion agencies, ancillary disciplines and community resources to provide coordinated quality patient care.

Please apply if you possess the following job requirements:

  • Associate degree in nursing from an accredited college. BSN preferred.
  • Prior hospice experience of at least 2 years.
  • Obtain a pre-employment job fitness examination and be determined able to perform the essential job functions, with or without accommodation; Ability to be flexible, and adjust readily to change; Demonstrated ability to work effectively as a member of a team; Mental and physical health sufficient to meet the demands of the position; Must be able to set priorities and organize own workload, with limited supervision. Positive and affirming phone speaking manners; The ability to supervise the work of others effectively; Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Must possess current nursing license from the state of California
  • Must maintain car insurance as required by Agency policy.
  • CPR Training is required.

If you are a professional that enjoys working in a team environment, is a self-starter and has a passion for service, we would like to hear from you. We offer a competitive compensation program and a positive work environment.  Please send us your resume and cover letter, telling us why you would like to work for our agency, along with your salary expectations.

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LVN Per Diem– Day Program

Collabria Care and the Collabria Day Program are comprised of a team of dedicated staff and volunteers committed to providing exceptional professional healthcare, education and service to the community. We are also committed to providing expert resources and compassionate support to individuals and their loved ones experiencing the transitions of aging learning to live with chronic illness, or facing end of life.

Our Day Program is seeking a per-diem, LVN to provide nursing services that meet the needs of various Collabria Day Program participants and effectively coordinates these services with other services and activities provided by the Center.

Please apply if you possess the following job requirements:

  • Graduation from a California “accredited” Vocational Nursing Program
  • Twelve (12) months active duty rendering direct bedside patient care
  • Previous experience in public health as LVN, Home Health Aid and/or CNA work with the elderly is preferred
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills; Organizational ability; Demonstrated proficiency in clinical area
  • Bi-lingual (Spanish) preferred
  • California Licensed Vocational Nurse license required
  • Must possess proof of educational qualifications
  • Must possess a valid California State Driver License.

If you are a professional that enjoys working in a team environment, is a self-starter and has a passion for service, we would like to hear from you. We offer a competitive compensation program and a positive work environment.  Please send us your resume and cover letter, telling us why you would like to work for our agency, along with your salary expectations

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Occupational Therapist – Day Program

Our Adult Day Program is seeking a per diem, Occupational Therapist to provide evaluation and treatment of participants with physical and/or cognitive disabilities. The therapist is responsible for implementing individualized treatment plans for either Skilled OT or OT maintenance programs to help maximize independence. In addition, the Occupational Therapist is responsible for appropriate documentation of care, communication, coordination with the physician, other facility staff, and family members regarding the scope of treatment plan, instruction in precautions, and follow through regarding need for additional service or referral.

Preferred candidate will have experience working with individuals who have diagnoses such as dementia/Alzheimer’s disease, CVA, TBI, mental health or developmental delays, and chronic conditions common with older adults.

Please apply if you possess the following job requirements:

  • Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy from an accredited program.
  • Current registration with the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). One (1) year experience in rehab setting.
  • Possession of a valid California Driver License and the ability to maintain automobile insurance.
  • Ability to meet requirements of CPR, First Aid, and other mandated certifications.

If you are a professional that enjoys working in a team environment, is a self-starter and has a passion for service, we would like to hear from you. We offer a competitive compensation program and a positive work environment.  Please send us your resume and cover letter, telling us why you would like to work for our agency, along with your salary expectations

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Physical Therapist – Collabria Day Program

Collabria Care is comprised of a team of dedicated staff and volunteers committed to providing exceptional professional healthcare, education and service to community. We are also committed to providing expert resources and compassionate support to individuals and their loved ones experiencing the transitions of aging, learning to live with chronic illness, or facing end of life.

Our Adult Day Program is seeking a per diem Physical Therapist to provide evaluation and treatment of participants with physical and/or cognitive disabilities. The therapist is responsible for implementing individualized treatment plans for either Skilled PT or PT maintenance programs to help maximize independence. In addition, the Physical Therapist is responsible for appropriate documentation of care, communication, coordination with the physician, interdisciplinary team, other staff and family members regarding the scope of treatment plan, instruction in precautions, and follow through regarding need for additional service or referral.

 Preferred candidate will have experience working with individuals who have diagnoses such as dementia/Alzheimer’s disease, CVA, TBI, mental health or developmental delays, and chronic conditions common with older adults.

 We are and Adult Day Healthcare Center providing PT and OT maintenance programs as opposed to an acute rehab center.

Please apply if you possess the following job requirements:

  • Graduate of a college/university program in Physical Therapy that is approved by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA); and possess a current California Physical Therapy License. New graduates encouraged to apply.
  • One (1) year experience in physical therapy in an adult rehabilitation setting, with hospital, home health and/or skilled nursing center.
  • Possession of a valid California Drivers License and the ability to maintain automobile insurance.
  • Ability to meet requirements of CPR, First Aid and other mandated certifications

If you are a professional that enjoys working in a team environment, is a self-starter and has a passion for service, we would like to hear from you. We offer a competitive compensation program and a positive work environment.  Please send us your resume and cover letter, telling us why you would like to work for our agency, along with your salary expectations

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