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At Chartwell, we offer competitive wages, flexible scheduling, a casual dress code, great benefits, and an outstanding team-oriented environment.

We also offer something intangible — something that might be even more important to you than what we’ve mentioned above. The ability to use your expertise in an environment that places the needs of the patient over the needs of an institution. The opportunity to use your expertise and resources to solve problems and get them the right care quickly. The chance to work for a growing company with a bright future.

If this sounds like a place you’d like to be a part of, feel free to explore our open roles below. And, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at chartwell@chartwellwisc.com, and we’ll get back to you immediately!





The Home Health RN Case Manager coordinates and directs the patient’s care based on individual patient needs. This position is responsible for independent management of the Home Health patient population requiring the use of advanced assessment, teaching, and decision-making skills. This position requires a 0.8 – 1.0 FTE commitment.


The Home Health Revisit/Admit Nurse completes home health patient revisits and admissions. This position provides care for the Home Health patient population requiring the use of advanced assessment, teaching and decision-making skills. The nurse is responsible for ensuring that appropriate referrals to other services are made and appropriate documentation is completed.


The Per Diem nurse provides care to the Home Health patient population using nursing assessment, teaching and decision-making skills based on individual patient needs. Relevant knowledge and experience are consistently applied to new patient populations. This position participates in the weekend rotation (1 in 4 weekends) and is expected to work an average of 1-2 days per week. 

If you are looking for greater flexibility or a different nursing role, these awesome options are also available!

Working on your advanced nursing degree? Need time for classes, study, and/or clinicals during the week? Need a flexible schedule during the day?
Contact us to talk about one of our flexible PM/on-call/weekend positions with benefits!!

Need a flexible schedule during the day? We offer creative home health nursing schedules that include benefits!
For example: Monday – Friday PMs with no weekends. Monday – Friday on-call with no weekends. Or, any combination of 4 days attached to the weekend (Thursday – Sunday, Friday – Monday, Saturday – Tuesday)!

Get paid for being home, yet available to triage patient calls (some home visits may be required)! Bring us your scheduling needs and lets talk!

PM Admit/Visit Nurse
Time for morning coffee! Errands! Dog parks! Sleeping in!
Looking for daytimes off? Need times for appointments during the day? Like daytime TV? Kids needing attention?
The PM nurse position is for you!!

Weekend Visit Nurse:
Free up your week for your own passions!
Flexible scheduling: work Friday – Monday or just Saturday and Sunday every weekend or every other weekend!

We are interested in talking with you about your scheduling ideas and needs!!

 For training, all flexible positions will require a commitment of 3-4 days a week for 6-8 weeks during their orientation period.





The Nurse Manager is a front-line nursing leader responsible for the home infusion nursing program and day-to-day oversight and management of the ambulatory infusion suite. The Nurse manager ensures optimal patient care, efficient operations, quality service, and sound financial management in alignment with the mission, vision, values, and strategic goals of the organization and in a collaborative, professional, and team-based environment.

 The Nurse Manager guides and mentors staff to facilitate professional growth and advancement of their knowledge and skills. S/he holds staff accountable for maintaining competency, practice standards, and regulatory compliance; monitors staff performance and behaviors; and manages performance reviews. S/he serves as a role model and clinical resource for staff. In collaboration with Senior Leaders and Human Resources, s/he manages recruitment, hiring, and development of new staff.

The Nurse Manager collaborates with the Director of Pharmacy and other clinical leadership staff to ensure that home infusion services meet the needs of the customer in manner consistent with organizational policies and procedures, accrediting body standards, and applicable laws and/or regulations. S/he is responsible for participation in and evaluation of performance improvement and quality activities.

The Nurse Manager is a member of the management team and will have participation and influence in company-wide decision making. There is on-call responsibility in this role.


This Admissions Coordinator role is responsible for coordinating the referral/admission process for home infusion patients both at the office and at UWHC. Facilitates all nursing, pharmacy, reimbursement, and operations activities related to the admissions process. Provides extensive, ongoing interaction with patients, staff, physicians, referral sources, and community agencies. Orients and acts as preceptor for new staff.


Our Nurse Residency Program offers nursing graduates a 12 month program, designed to provide participants with clinical experience under the guidance of a qualified preceptor. Nurse Residents will enhance their skills through thoughtfully constructed courses, designed with a case study approach to learning. Completion of the program offers Nurse Residents the opportunity of a smooth transition into practice.  


The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) functions as a team member in the home health setting under the general supervision of the registered nurse.  The LPN is able to perform basic nursing care, record the nursing care given, and report to the appropriate person changes in the condition of the patient.  In basic patient situations the LPN is also responsible to consult when the LPN knows or should know a delegated act may harm the patient. The LPN may serve under direct supervision of a registered nurse, physician, podiatrist, dentist or optometrist in complex patient situations.





The Respiratory Therapist position is responsible for performing home care directed services with patients and families, including the most complex chronic pulmonary impaired patient, family and home health care provider.   Education of patient, family and home health care providers on equipment and patient care management is an integral part of this position. This position will provide support and care with oxygen, positive airway pressure, apnea monitor and ventilator patients.

This position is responsible for the interpretation of federal and state legislation, regulations, policies and procedures, which impact the department services. New products lines, HCPCS and reimbursements will be researched by this person. This position works with a large degree of independence, under the general supervision of the RT Supervisor.


The Home Health Equipment Technician provides home care service deliveries, equipment repair, and maintenance. This position requires a basic understanding and working knowledge of electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and cryogenic systems, and an aptitude for bench-type repairs of home care medical equipment. Frequent patient/client interactions such as patient education and equipment setup require good interpersonal communication skills.


The Home Medical Equipment (HME) Representative is responsible for the collection of demographic and financial information from patients to ensure a smooth admission to home care services and that reimbursement requirements are met. The HME Representative is responsible for daily insurance verification, prior authorization, and correct posting of charges for home care, home medical equipment and supplies, and contract billing for assigned caseload of patients.





The Training, Development, and Reporting Specialist is responsible for the development, delivery, and maintenance of CWE’s reimbursement training and processes. They are also responsible for the review and implementation of reimbursement regulatory standards, quality review, and reporting on financial data and patterns within the organization. Additionally, they will update and maintain the fee schedule rates in the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems.



The Registered Dietitian (RD) is responsible for the coordination of patients’ home nutrition needs. Responsibilities include assessment, evaluation, and ongoing monitoring of patients receiving home enteral nutrition. This position works closely with multiple disciplines, including physicians, to ensure patient focused medical goals and objectives are being met and proper documentation is obtained. The RD will act as a company resource in the area of nutrition and will participate in policy development and education in their field. This includes, but is not limited to, consultation and collaboration with the Chartwell Midwest Wisconsin clinical services teams regarding Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) needs for existing and new patients.   This position provides guidance to Chartwell nutrition program personnel, as it relates to day to day functions of the program.


Assists the Receptionist in answering incoming calls in a positive and accurate manner and delivers messages accurately to appropriate staff. Meets and greets all visitors in a positive manner. Maintains packing slip confirmation within patient management system. Performs a variety of clerical support services for general ongoing office activities.


The Phlebotomist performs standardized and specialized phlebotomy procedures on patients of all ages, utilizing proper patient identification and specimen labeling, proper use of isolation precautions, and proper specimen receiving and processing procedures. The Phlebotomist observes proper disposal of blood drawing equipment according to health and safety regulations and maintains patient confidentiality at all times and ensures the comfort and safety of patients. The Phlebotomist communicates patient problems to the clinical staff, including clarification of orders and patient status and works closely with management or lead staff to resolve problems.


The Pharmacy Technician assists the Pharmacy Operations Supervisor and pharmacists in the performance of technical and clerical duties involved in the day-to-day operations of the pharmacy, as allowed by law and/or regulation.This position is comprised of approximately 90% sterile compounding duties and 10% clerical duties. The pharmacy technician will compound sterile products in a USP <797> and USP <800> compliant cleanroom suite. Common products dispensed include; syringes, bags, cassettes, and elastomeric pumps. Parenteral nutrition bags are also compounded using an Automated Compounding Device. Individuals will spend most of their day working within laminar airflow workbenches, biological safety cabinets, or compounding aseptic containment isolators. To remain available for our patients 24 hours per day, there is an on-call component associated with this position as well.

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