You’re looking for a good job, and a good place to work. Why wouldn’t you apply to Mayo?
Our senior care staff has come to us from all over Vermont and New England — even from the Midwest and Texas. That’s partly because Mayo Healthcare offers very competitive salaries and benefits. But there’s more:
We’re a small organization. You’ll be part of a caring family.
Our managers make a real effort to know their team members — not just as working professionals, but as individuals, as parents, as family members. We know you’ve got a lot to balance, and we can help. You’ll be a valued, respected member of our team.
Teamwork here is more than an idea. Everyone at Mayo has a voice.
We make sure staff has frequent chances to huddle and work together. For example, we hold weekly clinical care meetings, where everyone in a clinical section comes together to talk about each resident. That helps meet all our residents’ needs, and to make sure everyone is on the same page. We do teamwork for real.
We offer a generous benefit package, including:
Benefit time (vacation, holiday and personal);
Health insurance with dental, life and vision care;
A pension plan;
Paid sick time;
Tuition reimbursement, and;
Benefit time (vacation, holiday and personal) for full-time employees accumulates to 12 days for the first year of employment, up to 24 days per year for the fourth and succeeding years with us. Part-time employees accrue benefit time on a pro-rated basis. New Year’s, Memorial, Independence, Labor, Thanksgiving and Christmas days are paid double-time. Group health, dental, life and vision insurance are available to employees who work at least 30 hours per week. Mayo offers a free Employee Assistance Program.
We find ways to show that we appreciate what you do.
We provide free cereal every day, a special meal or snack for staff every week. We keep up a “brag board,” to celebrate accomplishments small and large. We’ll make sure you’re praised for perfect attendance. We take time for the little things — and they really add up.
People tend to stay with us.
A large portion of our staff has been with Mayo for 20 years or more. Like you, they could go a lot of other places; but they love it here. And we know that building long-term relationships benefits everyone: staff, leadership, and especially our residents.
It’s about caring. And that’s what we’re all about.