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 tcorbin@talbothospice.org or to Talbot Hospice, Attention: Human Resources, 586 Cynwood Drive, Easton, Maryland, 21601.
Currently, the following employment opportunities are available:


Talbot Hospice is seeking a part time Nursing Assistant to provide care to patients at end of life. Will work under the RN supervision and perform various services for patients to meet personal needs and to promote comfort. Assists with activities of daily living. Performs all tasks necessary to maintain a high standard of personal hygiene for each patient.

Travel is required to visit patients in their homes, or local facilities. Some weekend requirements. Hospice, home health experience preferred. Current CNA certification required.

Full time, salaried position, generally daytime with some evenings and weekends as required.

Talbot Hospice is seeking a creative and compassionate individual that has a love for helping and supporting families at end of life and a vision for developing new bereavement programs and services.

Providing support in your area of expertise, you will make a meaningful contribution to quality hospice care, changing one life at a time.

This position is responsible for the supervision of and overall management of a bereavement program. Responsibilities include the planning, implementation, maintenance and provision of services necessary to patients, bereaved clients, identified caregivers, hospice staff, and the community at large.


  • Master’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling, Thanatology (MThan), Master’s of Divinity (MDiv), or related field. LSCW, or LSCW-C. Master's in Social Work preferred.
  • Three years of experience in family and/or individual counseling with experience in grief and loss counseling and a preferred previous clinical experience.
  • Knowledge of grief and bereavement counseling; understanding of physical, psychosocial and spiritual needs of terminally ill patients and their caregivers.
  • Experience working with culturally diverse audiences and able to work with children, families and individuals in all age groups.
  • General computer skills necessary.


This is a great opportunity to work with a strong interdisciplinary team! Hospice social workers assess the psychosocial status of patients and families/caregivers related to the patient's terminal illness and environment. Completes initial and ongoing comprehensive assessments, as patient/family needs change. Carries out social evaluations, including family dynamics, caregiver abilities, and communication patterns. Provides support and counseling to hospice patients and families to assist with coping skills at end of life. Qualifications include: Master’s Degree (MSW), Maryland license at the LCSW or LSCW-C level. Must have a minimum of one year experience in health care, hospice preferred. General computer skills required. Weekend on-call rotation responsibilities.


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. Full-time NIGHT SHIFT caregiver (40 hours per week). 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.