If you are mission-driven and want to work for a premier health care organization that truly makes a difference for the patients and families we care for, we want you to be part of our team.
Are you searching for a rewarding career in health care?
Do you want to work with an award-winning industry leader that cares for its patients and its team members?
Consider Care Dimensions – Selected by Modern Healthcare as One of the 2021 Best Places to Work in Healthcare – our second time winning this award, which is based on an extensive employee survey. Formed in 1978, Care Dimensions is a non-profit organization that has grown to become the largest provider of hospice and palliative care services in Massachusetts.
Attention, RNs and LPNs! Earn while you learn to become a hospice nurse. Open to experienced nurses and new nursing graduates.
If you have any questions, please email Rena Harrington or call 978-223-9722.
We’re looking for skilled, mission-driven people for clinical and non-clinical positions to help us provide comprehensive and compassionate care for individuals and families dealing with advanced illness.
“Everyone likes to have a sense of purpose. For me, there’s no greater feeling than knowing I’ve made a difference in someone’s life.”
Senior Hospice Aide Toni, with Care Dimensions since 2008
“I love working at Care Dimensions because this is an organization that takes care of its staff and colleagues.”
RN Admission Liaison Ana, with Care Dimensions since 2014
We are committed to a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace, which makes our organization strong.
Care Dimensions offers a comprehensive benefits package to employees, who are eligible the day they’re hired.
We also encourage and facilitate an environment of professional growth to support both our mission and individual employee needs. We provide ongoing preceptor and mentoring opportunities, in-service training, certification preparation support, tuition reimbursement, and student loan pay-down help.
Registered nurses, certified nursing assistants, and other employees discuss reasons why they love working at Care Dimensions
Produced in the summer of 2020 and dedicated to all the members of our team, who always puts patients and families first. "Good Job" was performed by our talented team of music therapists.
Grateful for the compassionate hospice care her mother received years ago, Care Dimensions Certified Nursing Assistant Marise Belice is committed to helping her patients have the best end of life possible.Continue reading
When his mother chose hospice, Rick Healy learned a valuable lesson that influenced his decision to leave corporate finance and become a hospice nurse.Continue reading
Three hospice nurses share how Care Dimensions’ education benefits - including tuition reimbursement, scholarships, and its hospice nurse residency program - helped them advance their careers.Continue reading
Certified Nursing Assistant Stephanie Rodriguez writes about what drew her to hospice care and what advice she'd give to others looking to join end-of-life care.Continue reading
A former hospital nurse who took a break during the COVID-19 pandemic shares lessons she's learned since becoming a hospice nurse.Continue reading
Having grown up and worked as a nurse in the Dominican Republic, Care Dimensions' Registered Nurse Luz Tejeda bridges language and cultural gaps between hospice clinicians and their Spanish-speaking patients and families.Continue reading
Retired Navy Nurse Mary Hutchinson explains why she loves working as a hospice nurse and supporting the Care Dimensions Walk for Hospice.Continue reading
In observance of National Nursing Assistants Week, CNA Toni Roman explains there's no greater feeling than knowing she's made a difference in someone's life.Continue reading
Nancy Drago knew she wanted to be a nurse since she was a child, but a personal experience made her realize her career path was in hospice nursing with Care Dimensions.Continue reading
The beginning of the pandemic was not an ideal time to be starting a new job. Hospice RN Case Manager Lauren Mercurio reflects on how her colleagues helped her through the past year.Continue reading
Since 1978, Care Dimensions has provided comprehensive and compassionate care for individuals and families dealing with life-threatening illnesses. As the non-profit leader in advanced illness care, we offer services in over 100 communities in Massachusetts.