We hire energetic, nurturing, dedicated, fun-loving people!
Pediatric Complex Care of Arkansas is many things: home, family, school, doctor’s office, therapy center. If you understand and value the all-encompassing nature of our services, it is also a wonderful place to work.
Currently, we employ over 100 people who are energetic, nurturing, and dedicated (and really like to have fun).
Maybe you could be one of them.
The positions we hire for include:
Licensed Practical Nurse
Certified Nursing Assistant
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
Physical Therapy Assistant
Special Education Teacher
Resident Caregiver/ADL (Activities of Daily Living) Support Staff
Some of our most common positions are non-licensed. Here’s a little more information about those.
Enteral Feed Tech
At PCCA, CNA’s and MA’s are called Enteral Feed Techs (ET Techs) and provide nutritional support to our children. They work with gastrostomy feeding tubes and other special feeding needs such as children with positioning requirements.
PCCA Resident Caregivers perform a variety of duties for each child related to daily living: grooming, feeding, toileting, etc. They also provide each child with a variety of activities including music, reading, tactile stimulation, and auditory stimulation. The Resident Caregiver follows therapeutic feeding techniques and proper diet for each child. They will also assist in the training of new Resident Caregiver employees.
We have full time positions with complete benefit packages and part time positions.
Current Job Openings
Part-Time Environmental Services Aide
North Little Rock, AR
We are currently seeking a Part-Time Environmental Services Technician IN OUR LAUNDRY DEPARTMENT for our WEEKDAY MORNING shift. Regular schedule is 6:00 AM-2:30 PM Monday through Wednesday of each week.
Pediatric Complex Care of Arkansas is looking for a Full-Time Restorative Aide to join our team. Applicants should be a self-starter, focused, and have some knowledge of the human anatomy. Rehab training or previous Restorative Aide experience is a plus.
Pediatric Complex Care of Arkansas is a privately owned Intermediate Care Facility specializing in the care and treatment of residents (birth – 21) with severe to profound developmental and medical complex needs. We are looking for an energetic, flexible, full licensure SLP or CFY professional to join our collaborative therapy team. While working 20-32 hours a week you will provide classroom inclusive treatment and traditional one-on-one treatment in a combined school/medical environment. Enjoy the benefits of a flexible environment with consistent work hours and an on-site supervisor. At PCCA we focus on the whole child with a multidisciplinary team approach in the treatment process with no billing restraints.
Currently, we are seeking a Part-Time Dietary Aide. This position features a Part-Time schedule (during the shifts 5:00 AM-1:30 PM and 10:00 AM-7:00 PM). This position will work when extra help is needed in the kitchen, approximately 20 hours per week.
We are looking for mature and caring nutrition students to volunteer 3-4 hours each week. You will learn to weigh and measure height on 58 complex-care children. You will be able to shadow one of our two registered dietitians and gain valuable experience needed for admission to dietetic internship. Must be able to attend full day orientation and be able to work 3-4 hours on a set day of each week for at least a semester.
We are looking for nurturing, energetic RNs and LPNs to provide care for medically complex children. This is an excellent opportunity to practice a variety of your nursing skills with some amazing children.
This is not just another job – but a mission to ensure that our residents are as comfortable and happy as possible. If you feel that you could make a difference in the lives of our children, we want the opportunity to meet with you!
PCCA is looking for a full-time Receptionist/Secretary to add to our team. The likely candidate for our Receptionist/Secretary position will have a variety of responsibilities including but not limited to answering phones, greeting employees and visitors, and conducting a screening process for all persons entering our