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NMG Employment Opportunities

Direct Care Positions

Northern Maine General is seeking to fill a variety of direct care positions in its facilities or programs in Aroostook County. If you are looking to make a difference in someone's life, these are the jobs for you.

Residential Care

  • Direct Support Professional - Waiver Homes in Eagle Lake - Full Time and Part Time

Long-Term Care and Assisted Living
  • Registered Nurse - Mercy Home - Eagle Lake - Full-Time and Part-Time
  • Certified Nurse's Assistant - Mercy Home - Eagle Lake - Full-Time and Part-Time
  • Certified Nurse's Assistant Med Aide - Eagle Lake - Mercy Home - Full-Time
  • Activity Assistant - Eagle Lake - Mercy Home- Full-Time
  • Unit Care Taker - Mercy Home - Eagle Lake - Full-Time
  • Cook/Dietary Aide - Mercy Home - Eagle Lake - Full-Time
  • Long Term Care Transportation - Mercy Home - Eagle Lake - Full-Time

Community Care:
  • Children's Rehabilitative & Community Support Worker - Aroostook County - Part-Time
  • Health Home Coordinator - Behavioral Health Homes - Central Aroostook County - Full-Time
  • Outpatient Clinical Social Worker - Aroostook County - Part-Time to Grow to Full-Time
  • Community Direct Support Professional - St. John Valley - Part-Time

Nursing Home Administrator

Northern Maine General is seeking a full-time Administrator for its long-term care facility, Mercy Home. The Nursing Home Administrator is responsible for the daily operations and management of the nursing home and assuring that quality of life and care is being provided for its residents. Specifically, the Administrator is responsible for the development and revision of policies and procedures so that they are in compliance with federal, state, and local standards; preparation and review of budget; coordination of the work of all departments and functions in the facility; coordination of the treatment planning process in collaboration with the interdisciplinary team; and monitoring of the physical environment and maintenance issues of the facility.

Candidate must be 21 years of age or older, and have a Baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited college or university in Administration, Health Care Administration, Long-Term Care administration; or a Baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited college or university in a health related field, such as nursing or social work; or a Baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited college or university in any field, plus proof of one of the following:
* A certificate of Advanced Study in Long Term Care Administration from an accredited college, or
* Twelve (12) semester hour credits from an accredited college with not fewer than six (6) in management and the balance in health care or long-term care.

It is expected that candidate will be eligible and able to attain their Multi-Level Administrator license within one year of employment.

Shared Living Provider

Northern Maine General is seeking individuals or families interested in supporting an adult with intellectual disabilities or autistic disorders. There is a need for Shared Living Providers (SLP) in Eagle Lake and Fort Kent and surrounding communities. The primary provider must be at least 21 years of age.

There are two models of shared living:

  • The adult seeking services moves in with the SLP
  • The SLP moves in with the adult seeking services.

Shared Living allows an adult with disabilities to live in a family-style setting and become a member of the household, the family, and their community. The SLP might help the person with his or her medical appointments, administer medications, help complete his or her daily living skills, and support the individual to be involved in the community.

The SLP must enter a contracted agreement with an oversight agency to provide services. They must become a Certified Direct Support Professional and comply with the Shared Living Handbook provided by the Department of Health and Human Services. The contract includes a monetary stipend for the service provided.

Is shared living right for you? Call us today or visit our webpage at http://www.nmgeneral.org.

For information, please contact MerriAnn Merriman at (207) 444-5152.

NMG is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

Contracted Opportunities

Shared Living Providers Needed from Fort Kent to Portage

Northern Maine General (NMG) is currently seeking individuals or families interested in supporting an adult with intellectual disabilities or autistic disorders. There is a need for Shared Living Providers (SLP) from Fort Kent to Portage. The primary provider must be at least 21 years of age.

There are two models of shared living:

  • The adult seeking services moves in with the SLP.
  • The SLP moves in with the adult seeking services.

Shared Living allows an adult with disabilities to live in a family-style setting and become a member of the household, the family, and their community. The SLP might help the person with their medical appointments, administer their medications, help them complete their daily living skills, and support them to be involved in their community.

The SLP must enter a contracted agreement with an oversight agency to provide services. They must become a Certified Direct Support Professional and comply with the Shared Living Handbook provided by the Department of Health and Human Services. The contract includes a monetary stipend for the service provided.

For information, please contact MerriAnn Merriman at (207) 444-5152.

NMG is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

Please read thoroughly and complete the application honestly. Northern Maine General performs a detailed background investigation on all final candidates.

Mail application to:

Northern Maine General
Employment Application
PO Box 310
5 Carter St., B310
Eagle Lake, ME 04739