Exciting Employment Opportunities at Peace Care
Peace Care: Empowering Compassionate Healthcare Professionals
At Peace Care, we provide a fulfilling work environment, competitive salary, and excellent benefits across our two esteemed facilities in Jersey City, N.J. Renowned for our unwavering commitment to love, dignity, and respect, both Peace Care St. Ann’s and Peace Care St. Joseph’s have earned their place as leading non-profit skilled nursing facilities in New Jersey. In fact, U.S. News & World Report has recognized both campuses as the “Best Nursing Homes” for sub-acute and skilled nursing care.
Join our team of dedicated healthcare professionals who uphold our high standards of excellence and provide the compassionate care our residents truly deserve. We are currently seeking candidates who possess the talent, work ethic, and customer service skills necessary to meet the demands of our industry.
Ideal candidates for Peace Care should:
- Exhibit the talent necessary to meet our renowned high standards of service
- Embody the work ethic required to excel in the healthcare industry
- Possess a caring, compassionate nature, and a commitment to delivering excellence
- Demonstrate exceptional customer service skills to ensure the comfort of our residents and guests
For further information, please contact our Human Resources department directly at (201) 653-8300 x2404.
To apply for an employment opportunity with Peace Care, kindly fill out the form below.
Peace Care is accepting applications for the following skilled nursing positions:
Registered Nurse (RN) – Both campuses
Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates resident/patient plan of care, administers medication and provides treatments. A graduate of an accredited school of nursing with a currently registered nurse licensure by the NJ State Board of Nursing. A minimum of three months of experience in a skilled nursing facility preferred but not required.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) – Both campuses
Provides nursing care under the supervision of a registered professional nurse, administers medications and provides treatments. A graduate of an accredited school of nursing with a current practical nurse license issued by the NJ State Board of Nursing.
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) – Both campuses
Provides direct personal care, nutritional and transportation needs under the direction of the nursing staff. Completion of the State of NJ approved nursing aide training program with a current State of NJ certification required.