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Thank you for your interest in Talbot Hospice! 

Resumes and applications are accepted on an ongoing basis as we are always looking for exceptional individuals to join our outstanding team of professionals. Talbot Hospice is an equal opportunity employer.

Please send your letter of inquiry with resume and application to or to Talbot Hospice, Attention: Human Resources, 586 Cynwood Drive, Easton, Maryland, 21601.


Current Openings

Social Worker - Case Manager - LCSW
The Social Worker is responsible for the provision of psychosocial services to patients and families/caregivers, either directly or through coordination of care with IDT members. Provides support and counseling to hospice patients/families to assist with coping skills at End of Life.

CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant)

We are looking for CNAs for Hospice Homecare and our Hospice House.

We are accepting applications for CNAs with 3 or more years of experience.

We are looking for one CNA to work in homecare part-time 3 days a week, includes some benefits. Homecare experience preferred.

We have per diem weekend hours and fill-in shifts available for caregivers for our 12-bed Hospice House.

Qualifications include current Maryland Board CNA licensure, previous experience in hospice or assisted living facility and a desire to make a difference in our patients’ lives. Must be able to work weekends.

Interested applicants should complete an application and send with a resume to 




Talbot Hospice is accepting applications for dually licensed CNA/CMTs (Certified Nursing Assistant and Certified Medication Technician) to work in our 12-bed Hospice House. All positions require every other weekend rotations. Must have BOTH current CNA & CMT certifications.

Job Summary: 

The Hospice aide is a paraprofessional member of the IDT group who works under the supervision of a registered nurse and performs various services for patients to meet their personal needs and to promote comfort. The hospice aide is responsible for observing the patient, reporting these observations and documenting observations and care performed. Administers medications as per state regulations and licensure.

1. Dual CNA licensure and Certified Medication Technician (CMT) licensure and meets the training requirements of the State.
2. At least 18 years of age with patient care experience.
3. Demonstrated knowledge and skills, necessary to provide patient care. Previous experience caring for patients in LTC or previous hospice desired.
4. Must understand job assignments and be able to complete them with confidence, maintaining the highest standards of care.
5. Must follow instructions and meet changing conditions in a professional manner.

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