Many technologies once available only in the hospital allow us to offer a premium level of care at home. These services are leveraged by a network of qualified clinicians who deliver care designed to meet the unique needs of each patient, with the goal of optimizing independence and quality of life.
For you to provide the utmost care for those trusting their home health care to us, we are committed to extending the most comprehensive benefits available to support you and keep you and your family happy and healthy.
Available Benefits to Mass General Brigham Home Care Employees
We provide a welcoming and supportive environment for employees of all diverse backgrounds, cultures, ages, lifestyles, and physical abilities.
At the heart of Mass General Brigham Home Care are the professionals who support our patients and their optimal health.
We select our employees based on their clinical and customer service skills in order to deliver compassionate care while creating an engaging patient-to-caregiver relationship that improves clinical outcomes and creates an environment focused on patient safety.
We are committed to enhancing the careers of our team members through training, mentorship, support and more.
The core values of our staff, truly centered around the needs of every patient, set Mass General Brigham Home Care apart from every other home care agency and usher in a new era of healthcare.
Mass General Brigham Home Care staff participate in:
We set our staff up for success with:
We recognize staff who contribute to our core values: Innovation, Collaboration, Accountability, Respect, and Excellence.
Mass General Brigham Home Care is an equal opportunity employer committed to a fair, diverse, and inclusive work environment.
We value the uniqueness of our employees and our patient populations. Our recruitment efforts focus on qualified, diverse, and dedicated candidates.
We are committed to ensuring fair treatment towards all employees at all times, regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, physical abilities or any other aspect that makes up an employee's unique identity.
We offer comprehensive benefits that are designed to support the needs of our employees, including same-sex partner benefits.
Diversity & Inclusion Council
Mass General Brigham Home Care has a Diversity & Inclusion Council composed of diverse members of management and staff from across the agency. The goal of the Council is to guide the development of an agency-wide Diversity and Inclusion strategy to foster an environment where everyone can achieve their greatest potential and where sharing diverse ideas and values is encouraged. The Council hopes to increase understanding of cultural variations to better serve our patients and understand one another as we work together toward this mission.
Home care is one of the fastest growing fields in the U.S. economy. A career in home health care is transferable to anywhere in the country. Additionally, those who work in the home health care field enjoy the satisfaction of one-to-one care in the patient’s home environment, excellent benefits, and competitive salaries. The home health care industry is supportive of continuing education and professional advancement.
Many types of positions are available at Mass General Brigham Home Care. Some positions, such as nurses, social workers, certified home health aides, physical therapists/physical therapy assistants, occupational therapists/certified occupational therapy assistants, speech-language pathologists and nutritionists, work directly with patients daily. Others work behind the scenes and have less direct contact with patients but are instrumental in our success. These included clinical managers, quality improvement clinicians, staff educators and other administrative staff supporting our referral, scheduling and financial services.
The educational requirements vary depending on the career you choose. Some careers require a bachelor’s degree, whereas others require an associate degree. Still others require certification or completion of a series of classes that is aligned with a national standard. Most careers in health care offer career ladders, or opportunities for advancement. For certain positions, acquiring a master’s degree or a doctorate is recommended or required to advance.
Most positions in health care that involve direct patient care require a license or certification. This license or certification is usually obtained after passing a state or national test. Some positions that are behind the scenes also require a license or certification. However, this is not true for all positions. To get the most up-to-date information about a specific position, search the job postings on the Mass General Brigham Home Care website and read the requirements that are listed.
Your application is automatically routed to the appropriate recruiter in Human Resources who reviews applications daily. Your skills and experience will be compared with the requirements for the job.
You will receive an automatic e-mail notification after you submit your application. Note that this may be the only correspondence you receive about your status. Because of the large number of applications we receive, we are only able to contact candidates who best match the requirements for the position. Please be sure to read the requirements listed for each job prior to applying.
You can revisit our website to see if the position you applied for is still available. There is no limit to the number of positions you can apply for, and you are encouraged to review additional opportunities.
Attaching resumes to your application will allow recruiters to compare your skills and experiences to those that best fit the job. If you are hired, it will also allow recruiters to place you appropriately within our salary ranges.
All applications remain on file for one year. However, once a job is filled, the job is closed out and although your profile is active, you must apply for additional jobs which interest you. Please remember to keep your contact information and work history up to date.