Focus on what matters most - the people you’re caring for - with a nursing career at Maine Veterans’ Homes. We are a network of six homes for veterans and families throughout Maine and provide long term care, short term care, memory care, assisted living and more.
At MVH, our purpose is our people - our residents and employees. And we’re a team who comes together to provide care for those who need it most. You’ll also find:
We don’t just offer a great working environment, we provide a full suite of benefits to match. We’ve also been named one of the best places to work in Maine, so you can rest assured you’re providing your skills to a great employer.
Each home also sponsors fun team events throughout the year to build team camaraderie, including company picnics, health and safety fairs and employee recognition awards.
The internship program at Maine Veterans’ Homes is one of only a few such programs in the state of Maine. Along with working at our Scarborough location 32 hours a week, student nurses are enrolled in a course with the corresponding curriculum and earn two credit hours toward their degree.
Maine Veterans’ Homes - Scarborough works with Southern Maine Community College to find potential student nurses in their third or fourth semesters for our internship program.
If you're interested in applying, contact us today for more information.
“The level of support our residents and staff provide to family members of residents and each other is one of a kind. It’s so important to me to be with a company that truly lives out its mission, and MVH is no exception.”
Betsy Grass, RN Supervisor
“We have a very strong team of people who are extremely dedicated to making sure our veterans are honored. I’m very proud to be a part of that.”
Holly Macrae, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
“My favorite part of working here is finding the solutions for and reaping the results of the veterans’ gratitude. I think that’s one way that I can give back and repay. It makes you feel like you are maybe one of the reasons why veterans want to come here.”
Judy DiGioia, Charge Nurse