Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities with the Visiting Nurses. Our mission is to provide quality comprehensive home health and hospice care, support and related services to individuals and families in Douglas County and surrounding areas.
Please download the following documents to apply for a position. Applicants can either print & drop by or mail or they can save as a word document, complete it & submit it via email.
Applications cannot be submitted online.
Application for Employment Required
Consent for Background Check Required
Resumes may also be submitted with your application.
Positions Open (Updated 05/12/17)
CERTIFIED LYMPHEDEMA THERAPIST- part-time (CPTA or COTA preferred)
Must have minimum of Associates Degree for therapy assistant (PTA or COTA). Mininum of 1 year of experience, preferred in health care setting; home care or hospice experience is ideal.
CERTIFIED NURSES AIDE- evenings and overnight hours
Must be certified in State of Kansas. One year experience preferred, but not required. The CNA is responsible for providing competent aide services to patient/clients with a chronic illness. Care is provided in accordance with the policies of the agency and the nursing plan of care for the patient/client and the manager.
MEDICAL RECORDS CLERK- full-time
The Medical Records Clerk is responsible for maintenance and processing of patient/client records and related processes. Responsibilities include: maintenance of patient records, processing patient chart documents, back up receptionist duties and team assistants, and processing medical records requests. Qualified applicants must have strong computer skills; previous experience in a medical office preferred.
REGISTERED NURSE- full-time
Flexible work schedule. Work closely with patients and other health care professionals to assess and manage a variety of health problems and end of life care. Must possess high level of technical and interpersonal skills. One year's nursing experience required; home health and/or hospice experience preferred.
Douglas County Visiting Nurses Association, Inc complies with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination. The VNA is an equal employment opportunity employer and equal employment opportunity is provided to all people without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, genetic information, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.