Byron Health Center, 1661 Beacon St., will host a Direct Care Job Fair at its COVID-19 FREE community on April 15. Two sessions are planned: 9 a.m.-noon and 2-6 p.m.

Full- and part-time direct care positions for RNs, LPNs, QMAs and CNAs are immediately available for all shifts. Other openings also are available in the Food Service, Maintenance, Housekeeping and Laundry departments. 

From the Byron news release: "Are you an RN, LPN, QMA or CNA who would enjoy caring for and having fun with our residents while encouraging purpose-filled lives? Are you ready to start a satisfying career in long-term health care serving the needs of others? Do you want to work in a culture based on core values of Commitment, Communication, Compassion, Integrity, Passion and Respect? Are you willing to be a serving leader? Then we’d like to meet you face to face and have a conversation on how you can be part of the Byron family."

Make an appointment to attend the Job Fair by contacting Byron's Director of Team Engagement, Hannah Evans at 260-637-3166, ext. 310 or hevans@byronhealth.org; or Team Engagement Specialist: Cami Mendez, 260-637-3166, ext. 229 or cmendez@byronhealth.org. Walk-ins are also welcome that day.

More information can be found at https://byronhealth.org/careers/ or on Byron's Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/268755228115801

Byron Health Center provides an inclusive multi-generational community fostering purpose-filled lives by focusing on the individualized strengths of our family members and will fundamentally change long-term care through compassion and innovation. Team members join each resident along their journey, as guests in their home, advocating on their behalf. Byron Health Center and Miller’s Place continue a tradition of more than 160 years of serving the long-term health care needs of Indiana residents. Byron Health Center is licensed to provide intermediate and skilled nursing care, while Miller’s Place provides assisted living services to individuals who are more independent and are able to live in a residential setting.

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