Home Health Jobs and Careers
Our team is our family. We’re passionate about caring for others and so are you.
We want employees like you, those who have the “spark” – their calling to serve others and do great things.
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Mobile & Flexible – Our Footprint
We’re nimble and smart. Our heritage is grounded in our core values, while our future is dependent on our ability to adapt to the ebb and flow of today’s culture and the ever-changing healthcare industry.
We’re firm, but flexible. We have our pulse on our employees’ wants and needs, giving them flexibility with their schedules to accommodate a work-life balance. Celtic Healthcare has been recognized with numerous honors including “Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania,” “Healthiest Workplace,” “Homecare Elite,” and receiving unprecedented, benchmark-setting results in the healthcare industry through an employee quality and satisfaction survey.
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Core Values – What Makes us Unique
Our drive for excellence brings out the best in all of us. Each employee in the Celtic family is accountable, considerate, and maintains a high level of integrity. With a mutual respect for one another and those we serve, our team demands the highest set of standards for themselves – and they deliver.
Our Greatest Asset
The fabric of every great company is its great people. That’s why we focus on you. Our employees are the lifeblood to our mission, giving us vital feedback, through ongoing and open communication as well as annual employee surveys, on ways to improve processes, programs, and employee benefits. We encourage feedback and welcome insight so we, as a whole, can continue to deliver the best customer service to all internal and external customers.
Celtic Healthcare is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. Celtic Healthcare affirms its long-standing commitment to maintain a diverse workforce reflective of the communities in which we operate, maintains a business culture that recognizes the contributions and interests of diverse cultural and social groups, and maximizes employee efforts by understanding individual differences and perspectives. It is the policy of Celtic Healthcare not merely to refrain from employment discrimination as required by federal, state, and local enactments, but to take positive affirmative action to realize for women, people of color, individuals with physical or mental disabilities and veterans full equal employment opportunity.
It is our belief that an organization achieves this goal only through leadership and focused implementation of a results-oriented affirmative action plan and equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, religion/creed, handicap/disability, genetic information/history, military/veteran status, or any other characteristic or condition protected by law. These policies maintain and enhance workforce diversity and apply to all employee actions including staffing, compensation, promotion, transfer, demotion, social and recreational programs, layoffs, employee benefits, training and development, disciplinary actions, employment termination, and other general conditions of employment.
Celtic Healthcare will make a good faith effort to reasonably accommodate the physical and mental limitations of any employee or applicant for employment or for religious purposes unless such accommodation would impose undue hardship on the conduct of our business. We encourage applicants and employees to assist us in identifying accommodations that he or she may need to perform the job.
The Corporate Compliance Officer has been appointed the role of the Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Officer and will audit, report, and evaluate activities which pertain to our EEO and Affirmative Action objectives. Employees who need assistance in the clarification or resolution of EEO matters should contact their manager or The Vice President of Human Resources. If the circumstances make reporting an issue to either of these individuals difficult, feel free to contact any member of management. Retaliation against any employee for making an EEO claim or participating in the investigation of a complaint is strictly prohibited and will not be tolerated.
Employees interested in reviewing the Affirmative Action Plan for Individuals with Disabilities and Covered Veterans should contact Human Resources Department during regular working hours. If you would like to be considered under our Affirmative Action Plans for Employees with Disabilities and Covered Veterans, please indicate this to your supervisor, or to the Human Resources Office. Submission of this information is voluntary and refusal to provide it will not subject you to adverse treatment. Information submitted will be kept confidential except where indicated in the Act.
Employees who need assistance in the clarification or resolution of EEO matters should contact their manager or the Vice President of Human Resources. If the circumstances make reporting an issue to either of these individuals difficult, feel free to contact any member of management. Retaliation against any employee for making an EEO claim or participating in the investigation of a complaint is strictly prohibited and will not be tolerated.
The Chief Executive Officer fully supports the Affirmative Action Program and directs the responsibility of all those with employment responsibility to seek to achieve the stated aims of this program. Moreover, it is the responsibility of each and every member of the staff of Celtic Healthcare to assist in achieving the aims of this policy and to make equal opportunity an actual, functioning condition of work life at Celtic Healthcare.