Why work in hospice care?

With a hospice career, you don’t spend your days at work; you change people’s lives.

Hospice workers see their impact every day, developing relationships that lead to better care. By providing comfort and dignity, hospice workers are a bright light in someone’s day, helping patients and their families through difficult times.

When your career offers opportunities, benefits, training and certifications, you’re helping yourself and your future, too!

A career at United Hospice is more than a job — it’s an opportunity to be part of a compassionate, skilled and dedicated team in an environment defined by a commitment to quality, caring and respect.

We invite you to review our featured opportunities to learn more about a fulfilling career with us.


  • Health insurance
  • Competitive salary
  • 401K after one year or 1,000 hours of work
  • Profit-Sharing

Certification in Professional Titles

All Nurses and Social Workers working full or part-time are required to become certified in Hospice and Palliative Care within three years of employment. A salary increment is paid annually. Other professional titles may also receive Certification in Hospice and Palliative Care and earn a salary increment.

Continuing Education

All mandatory education is provided annually by UH’s online education program. Additional nursing courses are also offered online at no cost to employees. At the discretion of the Board of Directors, continuing education funds and tuition assistance are budgeted annually.

Learn more about these open positions and more at unitedhospiceinc.org/careers

See Our Current opportunities Here

Learn more about how United Hospice provides great benefits, certifications, continuing education and training for a fulfilling career of honoring life, giving care and bringing comfort. Whether it’s the beginning of your path or the culmination of a career of caring, join UH and provide the compassionate care that brought you to the healthcare profession.