Current Employment Opportunities
Part-time RN Positions
and Benefit package.
Part-time LPN Positions
and Benefit package
Part-time Nursing Assistants
have current Certification in the State of Michigan.
New hires are eligable for a 500.00 sign-on bonus,contact
H.R. for more information!
For applications and qualification requirements:
County Medical Care Facility
U.S. Highway 2, Crystal Falls, MI. 49920
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For paper applications or return of online generated applications
and qualification requirements:
Iron County Medical Care Facility
1523 US Highway 2, Crystal Falls, MI 49920
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Those interested in employment at the facility may
pick up an application from the Business Office during
normal working hours between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday, or use this link (application) to print out our application in PDF format, and return to us.
The majority of newly hired employees are filled within
the facility as a part-time employee within the Nursing
Department. The union structure and contract
allows people to bid into job positions that are posted
of various departments as they become available. If
a job that is posted is not filled, then outside applicants
are sought to fill this position.
Applicants who are applying for positions in nursing must have
a current Michigan license (L.P.N.'s and R.N.'s)
or a current Michigan certification (CNA's).
Applications are returned to the facility and when
outside hiring is needed, interviews with the Administrator
and appropriate Department Head are scheduled.
Company policy asks for a criminal records check and anyone with
a felony charge cannot be considered. Information
on all applications is to be correct and to the
best of your knowledge.
Once considered for the position, you must pass a routine physical
examination, proving you are physically capable
of completing the employment tasks you are hired
for. The Iron County Medical Care Facility is an Equal Opportunity
Employer and one of the largest employers in Iron
County. We invest in our people. Minimum wage rates
discourage recruitment and retention of dedicated
caring persons to provide the compassionate care
our residents require. We encourage our staff
to consider their jobs a career, not merely a stop-over,
thus, significantly slowing down the revolving door
of staff turnover, which is disruptive to continuity
as well as quality of resident care.
Our wage and benefit package is a generous one and we feel
our staff deserves it.