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Registered Nurses and Medical Assistants Wanted. Up-To $5,000 — Sign-On Bonus, New Salaries, Competitive Benefits, Full-Time, Part-Time, Per Diem Positions Available
You will make a difference here
At Lowell Community Health Center, you will find a career with a purpose. We seek committed, passionate people looking to grow their careers while making a profound difference in the world.
We believe that health care is a fundamental right, and we are driven by our mission to provide dignified, quality, and culturally competent health care to all. As part of our dedicated team, you will be on the front lines of a movement to build healthy communities and better the lives of our patients and those living throughout our region.
Honoring the mission and values of equity and inclusion on which the health center movement was founded more than 50 years ago, we strive to create a supportive environment that celebrates and rewards our team members. We invest in the personal and professional growth of our employees, and we cultivate a workplace that values personal initiative, passion, and dedication. Check out our benefits.
If you are looking to make a difference every day, we invite you to consider joining our team.
Please visit our jobs portal for information about current openings and how to apply.
Lowell Community Health Center currently has a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all employees. Prior to starting employment, all new hires will have to present sufficient documentation that they are fully vaccinated for COVID-19, subject to reasonable accommodations for a disability or sincerely held religious belief.
Meet some of our inspiring team members:
“My journey wasn’t easy. But, I kept on moving. That’s what we do here at the Health Center. We inspire people to keep moving.”
With hard work and an open heart, Simone has achieved much during her 16 years at Lowell CHC. Her story will leave you no doubt that dreams really can come true. Read Simone’s inspiring journey.
“At the Health Center, we’re all connected. We are here to care for everyone.”
Tony’s kind heart and tremendous work ethic have earned him the nickname “The Unicorn” from his Health Center colleagues. The son of Cambodian refugees, Tony always imagined a career serving others. “I knew I wanted to heal people,” he says.
“Everyone at the Health Center seems connected. Here, I am very far from my family. I appreciate the family here.”
Lumaris’ fearlessness and work ethic helped her build a life for herself and her two sons, first in Puerto Rico, and now in Lowell. We are lucky she’s keeping our Lowell CHC family safe and secure here on Jackson Street. Read Lumaris’ story of triumph over adversity at Lowell CHC.