A ministry of the Sisters of Mercy providing hope, healing, and a home for persons living with HIV.
House of Mercy, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
House of Mercy is licensed by the State of North Carolina as a six-bed Family Care Home providing care to adults living with HIV. Residents are accepted with unconditional love and are cared for 24 hours a day by highly committed caregivers. House of Mercy caregivers are certified CNAs, LPNs, and RNs.
House of Mercy offers a range of benefits including medical, dental, prescription drug, life, accidental death & dismemberment, short- and long-term disability insurance, paid time off (PTO), shift differentials/premium pay, flexible spending accounts, and 403(b) employee retirement savings plan to eligible employees.
Director of Development & Communications
Are you a detail-oriented, organized person with a love for fundraising and creative marketing and design?
Do you take initiative and have a heart for vulnerable people in need of compassionate and dignifying care?
If so, the Director of Development & Communications position at House of Mercy may be a fit for you.
This role provides support for House of Mercy’s mission and community impact priorities by directing and managing development activities to sustain the organization’s operations and provide long-term stability. This position is responsible for developing and implementing marketing and communications plans and strategies including: online giving, digital communications, key messaging, storytelling, and brand experience. The Director of Development & Communications works closely with the President & CEO and the Board of Directors in all development and fundraising endeavors. The successful candidate will help forge new relationships to build House of Mercy’s visibility, impact, and financial resources. People living with HIV, individuals of color, and others from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent with at least 3 to 5 years of progressive experience in development, with a proven track record of fundraising accomplishments and understanding of fundraising principles is required. A complete job description is available here.
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume with the subject line: HoM Development Director to email@example.com.
Clinical positions cover three shifts weekdays, two 12-hour shifts and one 8-hour shift on weekends.
We are currently hiring for Part-Time (7 pm - 7 am weekend, 11 pm - 7 am every other Friday) and PRN caregiver positions for our residential facility.
If you are a CNA/Med Tech and would like to apply, you may do so if you meet ALL of the following requirements:
* Must be a certified CNA in the state of North Carolina and have a current listing with the Health Care Personnel Registry.
* Must have prior work experience as a CNA/Med Tech.
* Must have successfully completed the NC Medication Aide Exam for Adult Care Homes. (This is mandatory, as the individual will be responsible for distributing medications to our residents in addition to CNA responsibilities.)
For information regarding the North Carolina Adult Care Medication Aide Testing, please visit https://www2.ncdhhs.gov/dhsr/acls/medtech.html
Click here to view the job description. (Please note: the job description titles the position as Shift Supervisor, as we prefer all of our clinical staff be qualified to work single-staff shifts in the residence.)
If you are interested in applying for a clinical position, you may do so by filling out our printable application form or by applying online. If applying via printable application, please email your completed application and resume/cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are unable to email your application or resume/cover letter, you may mail to House of Mercy, P. O. Box 808, Belmont, NC 28012. House of Mercy maintains applications on file for one year from the date received.