Careers in senior care

Join our team of caregivers who've discovered the rewards of a healthcare career in senior care. Personal Care Workers (PCW) and certified nurses assistants (CNA) are in demand. We offer competitive salaries and benefits, plus the reward of knowing at the end of each day, you've helped someone have greater quality of life.

Depending on availability, we have opportunities in areas that can make great use of your talents and abilities including dietary, housekeeping, maintenance, office administration, residents assistants and certified nursing assistants. Search our current job openings above. 


CNAs and PCWs - What's the difference?

Certified Nursing Assistant

Certified nursing assistants (CNAs) take a short course, often given by the American Red Cross or a community college. The course might last one to two months. After passing the course, students take a certification exam to earn the title of Certified Nursing Assistant, or CNA, designation after her name. Certified nursing assistants work primarily in hospitals, nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities and home health doing private duty in clients' homes.
Learn more about becoming a CNA in Wisconsin.


Personal Care Worker

Personal Care Workers (PCWs) working in assisted living facilities generally don't have any extra educational requirements, although some facilities might require a high school diploma. Most also require that attendants speak, read and understand English well enough to communicate with clients and other staff members. On-the-job training takes the place of formal classes or certifications. To learn more about becoming an PCW, contact us.



Both CNAs and PCWs play an important role because they are typically the first line of defense in protecting patients' health, and identifying and reacting to their needs. Tasks include aiding residents with activities of daily life which sometimes includes help with eating, bathing, toileting, hygiene, transport to other areas of the building, answering call lights, bringing clients things they need, help them turn in bed, helping with social activities, and more. Both can also take vital signs such as temperature, pulse, and respirations; results are reported to the nursing staff. Both types of assistants might also do light cleaning at the facility.



We need you!

Join our team by becoming an PCW or a CNA. It's a great way to start a successful and rewarding health care career. There's lots of opportunities to expand your career with Bell Tower and WISH tooo. We even offer tuition reimbursement as an employee benefit. Call us today to find out more.