Nurses, Dining Servers, Resident Care Assistants, Med Techs

Canterfield of Fort Myers

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Full Time

About Nurses, Dining Servers, Resident Care Assistants, Med Techs

We have several job opportunities here at Canterfield of Fort Myers.

We are looking for:

Nurses- $29 per hour (lpn preferred)
Dining Servers- $15 an hour
Resident Care Assistant- $15 an hour
Medtechs- $16 an hour

All are starting rates but there is room to grow in this family-owned
facility. We would love to see some new passionate people join our
family at Canterfield of Fort Myers.

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