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At the Visiting Nurse Service of New York, we know that our employees are our most valuable asset, so we're looking for the best people to join our team. Why work for VNSNY? We're always working to show you just what you mean to us. Here, get to know the ways we support our employees, the opportunities and benefits, the continuing education seminars, and the excitement of a career at the largest not-for-profit home health care organization in the country. VNSNY is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. If you would like more information about your EEO rights, please click here.
As a VNSNY employee, you’ll benefit from our focus on continuous development, from our comprehensive orientation programs to an extensive library of educational classes and online learning modules, a corps of staff development specialists and in-house consultants, and a generous tuition reimbursement benefit. You will also be able to pursue a wealth of opportunities for career advancement.
At VNSNY, we’re passionate about what we do, whether we spend our days in the field seeing patients or in the office creating marketing campaigns. We work together to advance the goals and mission of our organization, and to ensure that we meet the needs of our customers and our staff, 24/7. At VNSNY, we’re known for providing high-quality services to our patients, and that is matched by the quality work experience and rewards provided to employees.
VNSNY employees in a variety of roles, at all levels and across the organization, benefit from our investment in technology. In fact, many of our innovative technology solutions are developed through the collaboration of business and clinical staff. VNSNY’s "adoption of mobile and wireless strategies and devices" was recognized by ComputerWorld's Mobile & Wireless World as a best practice in "business evolution through mobilizing field workers."