COVID-19 Healthcare Jobs

Helping to Tackle the COVID-19 Crisis

At ProCare Therapy, we are committed to helping others. The current crisis with the COVID-19 has us wanting to help in more ways. That’s why in addition to our focus of school professionals, we are now helping healthcare organizations find the help that they need.

One of our goals is building brighter communities. At ProCare Therapy, we believe we can positively impact communities by dedicating our time to finding healthcare professionals that can really make a difference. Some of those healthcare professionals include Crisis Nurses and Respiratory Therapists. We are focusing on getting quality healthcare professionals to the communities that need them most.

Crisis Positions we are hiring for:

  • Emergency Room Registered Nurses
  • ICU Registered Nurses
  • Med-Surge Registered Nurses
  • Respiratory Therapists

State Licensing Requirements:

The HHS has recently issued a regulation that will allow many healthcare workers to practice across state lines. That means as long as professionals have a state license in the United States, they can go where services are needed the most.

Crisis Pay for Nursing and Respiratory Therapist Jobs

Currently, many healthcare organizations are paying crisis pay rates.

If you are interested in one of our Crisis Response positions, search our Crisis Healthcare jobs and apply today.  

Find the very best way to help our communities and fight COVID-19 by joining ProCare Therapy.

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Shelter Manager

  • Chicago, Illinois
  • COVID-19
  • 5/29/2020

A great shelter in the Chicago, IL area is now looking to hire a qualified Shelter Manager. Previous experience is preferred. The preferred candidate is available to interview and able start upon offer.

Job description:

  • Coordinate with City of Chicago Department of Family and Support Services (DFSS) staff and other City of Chicago officials/departments
  • Manage the operation of the shelter and all related activities
  • Plan and provide training and supervision of staff through meetings and individual sessions, or as needed based upon performance
  • Monitor and maintain high standards of physical safety in the shelter unit as evidenced by weekly inspection reports, accident reports, investigation reports, and compliance with all safety regulations
  • Identify systems and operations problem areas and make recommendations for improved performance
  • First aid and CPR/AED certified a plus

Staff supervision

  • Notify DFSS staff and City of Chicago officials of adjustments to staff scheduling to accommodate illness, etc.
  • Supervise program supervisors to ensure that they are meeting goals and performing their duties, and discuss with Shelter Manager
  • With the approval of DFSS and City of Chicago officials, remove staff from duty for cause
  • Ensure that all necessary information is communicated to shelter staff as policy and procedures change

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field
  • 3-5 years direct service experience in an emergency shelter or homeless services management
  • Strong skills in the application of supervisory techniques; ability to proof own work and the work of others
  • Direct Shelter Management (Required)

If this is something that you'd be interested in, contact:  or apply below with most recent resume!

I look forward to speaking with you!


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