Are you an RN seeking refuge from the chaos of hospital, office, or long-term care burnout?

 

Join our Private Duty, Skilled Nursing team here at BAYADA Home Health Care as an RN where you’ll be able to slow down and focus your energy solely on one patient at a time. Quality care and relationship development are the heart of our 1:1 client care here at BAYADA. Experience deeper relationships, find joy in your work day, and create the balanced work-life schedule that you deserve.

 

Apply today and speak with our team within 24 hours of your application to find: 

> the best schedule to fit your lifestyle, and 

> the right patient to match your skill set. 

 


 

Supported by an office team in the heart of South Carolina dedicated to your success, our Registered Nurses (RNs) enjoy the benefits of:

  • Consistent weekly pay
  • Variety of shifts to choose from to fit your lifestyle
  • Paid time off (PTO)
  • Paid, industry-leading training
  • A positive and stable working environment with a supportive office team
  • Nursing tools + equipment needed for your job – we invest in our care team
  • Health benefits for full and part-time employees
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Certifications to advance your skills
  • 24/7 on-call clinical manager support so you’ll never feel alone
  • Scholarship programs and tuition reimbursement
  • Local and national reward and recognition programs
  • Employee referral bonuses for referring your friends & family to BAYADA

 


 

Whether you’re a recent-graduate, or an RN with years of experience under your belt, home care nursing will provide you with the opportunity to make an enormous impact with a patient and their family. BAYADA Nurses oversee the care of our clients, helping them to not only live, but thrive, safely at home—where they want to be.

 


 

Check out the video below to understand what it means to be a Private Duty Nurse with BAYADA:

 


 

Make your career what you want it to be.

BAYADA Nurses are gifted with a passion for caring that comes from within; and we fortify their natural desire for healing and helping with ongoing specialized learnings.

At BAYADA, we care for people of all ages, diagnoses, and acuity levels, giving you the chance to explore your interests and put your skills to work. Many of our adult and pediatric clients—infants to the elderly—require advanced care, such as tracheostomy and ventilator management.

If you have high-tech experience, we’d love to speak with you, but, if not, we offer paid self-directed and tailored training to RNs to advance your skills to the next level.

Interested in pediatrics but never cared for children before? We offer paid training in pediatrics to prepare you to meet the unique and rewarding challenges of caring for children at home.

When your work matters, it matters where you work.

Mission-driven and nonprofit, BAYADA has been at the forefront of health care for more than 45 years. We follow the highest clinical and safety standards, so we’ll prepare and equip our RNs to meet the everyday challenges of home care, and especially in this time of crisis.

 


 

Would you like to learn more about becoming a Private Duty Skilled Nurse? 

Apply today and speak with Madeline, BAYADA's lead South Carolina Recruiting Manager.

Madeline will reach out within 24 hours to connect for a 15-30 minute phone call to answer any questions you may have, as well as to get an understanding of your experience + skillsets in order to align you with the perfect client that matches your interests. 

 


 

*BAYADA was Awarded Forbes Best Employer for Women 2020*

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As an accredited, regulated, certified, and licensed home health care provider, BAYADA complies with all state/local mandates.

About BAYADA

Founded in 1975 by J. Mark Baiada, BAYADA Home Health Care provides nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, hospice, and assistive care services to children, adults, and seniors in the comfort of their homes. BAYADA employs more than 26,000 nurses, home health aides, therapists, medical social workers, and other home health care professionals who serve their communities in 22 states from more than 350 offices, with locations in Germany, India, Ireland, New Zealand, South Korea, Canada, and the UK.

In 2019, Baiada oversaw the company's unprecedented transition to a not-for-profit organization to ensure BAYADA's mission, purpose, and business model would endure, and to help BAYADA realize its vision of helping millions of people worldwide experience a better quality of life at home.

BAYADA Home Health Care, Inc., and its associated entities and joint venture partners, are Equal Opportunity Employers and qualified applicants will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, religion, gender and gender identity, nationality and origin, disability, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, and experiences.

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