Career Opportunities with Life Bridges
Working for Life Bridges offers a benefit that is more and more unique in today’s work place: fulfillment. There are many different positions in various departments at Life Bridges.
About Working At Life Bridges
Life Bridges offers many career opportunities. We have positions including Direct Support Professionals, Nurses, Therapists, Drivers, Case Managers, Supervisors, etc. for all educational and skill levels. You can serve your community and help people with disabilities reach their goals and lead more independent lives.
We offer opportunities for advancement and often promote internally. We provide paid training for care-giving and life-saving skills. We have very flexible scheduling offering full and part time employment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We have 8 and 16-hour shifts in the day, evening, weekends, and midnights. Our pay schedule is bi-weekly. We have convenient locations all over Bradley County with more than 40 work sites.
We offer a generous benefit package:
- Flexible Schedule
- Differential Shift Pay
- Paid Training
- Annual Longevity Pay Increases (after 3 years)
- Staff Appreciation Events
- Employee Referral Bonus (up to $400 per referral)
- 401(k) Plan
- Student Tuition Reimbursement ($1,000 per semester after 2 years of employment)
- Paid Time Off (full time employment)
- Medical, Dental, and Long-Term Disability Insurance
- Part Time Employees May Purchase Insurance at a Reduced Rate
- Onsite Medical Clinic
We are always looking for caring people who want to make a difference. To apply for a job at Life Bridges, click the online application button above.
Applicant must be at least 18 years of age.
All positions require proof of successful completion of high school (Diploma) or equivalence (GED)
Pre-employment background checks, including work history, personal references, motor vehicle history, and criminal history will be researched for all potential employees. Life Bridges cannot hire you if you have more than 3 violations on your driving history within a 2-year period.
Employment will be contingent upon results of drug and alcohol testing.
Most positions require the employee to have a current valid Tennessee driver’s license and to have held a valid driver’s license for three (3) years. Some positions require a Class F endorsement on the driver’s license. Applicant will be informed during interview if the position requires the endorsement.