Help keep our clients in their homes

Assist with activities of daily living

Angel Corps is recruiting Home Health Aides, Certified Nursing Assistants, LPNs  and RNs


Various home locations






  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Current auto insurance

  • Reliable transportation

  • Criminal history background check

  • High school diploma, GED, or HSE

  • 18 years of age or older

We offer:

  • Weekly paychecks

  • Optional Direct Deposit

  • Flexible Scheduling

  • Employee Recognition

  • Professional Development Opportunities

  • Career Paths to Grow

  • Several Employee Discount Programs

  • Education Scholarship (eligibility requirements)

Auburn – 260-927-9840



Health Care positions

Our company was started by a caring nursing team who wanted to help provide care to older adults and disabled individuals with a safe, effective environment where they can best retain their dignity, independence and comfort of their HOME!


Home is Where The Heart Is is hiring:

Office Administrative Assistant/Home Health Aide

Home Care CNA

Home Health Aide


Please send resume to

Business Manager

Freedom Academy of Kendallville, IN has a position available for a Business Manager.


Responsibilities include:


  • InTraining – Submission for new Programs, locations, etc.

  • Public Programs – R & D

  • New Training Programs – R & D

  • Next Level Jobs

  • Coordinate and Proctor Exams – or secure a Proctor for Exams

  • Audit Classes

  • Certification Renewals – CNA QMA CMRT

  • Grants

  • Work with WorkIN Coordinators

  • Oversee all material and supplies are ordered for public and NLI courses

  • Secure instructors and locations for all scheduled classes

  • Coordinate partnership with Impact, Anthis, WorkOne

  • Attend and start up First night of Classes

  • Attend Region 3 meetings

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Annual Reviews / New hire paperwork

  • Annual Budget to Executive Director by October

  • Catalog/Calendar – Once per year

  • Oversee and Manage assigned staff daily

  • Networking/Meetings

  • Career Fairs/Expos/etc.

  • Ensure Office coverage

  • Approve vacations

  • Sign checks when needed


Please send resume to or mail to Freedom Academy, P. O. Box 515, Kendallville, IN 46755

Lutheran Life Villages openings



When:  Friday, October 18th   11:00a — 3:00 p


Where:  351 N. Allen Chapel Road, Kendallville, IN


On Friday, October 18th, Lutheran Life Villages at Kendallville will be hosting Open Interviews for all positions.  Current needs include:


RN/LPNs- Evenings, Nights, & In-House Pool

RNs – Baylor Days & Nights

CNAs – Evenings, Nights & Baylor Shifts

Full Time Cooks

Full and Part Time Dining Positions

Overhead Crane Service Technician

Full time, Strong 3 phase electrical trouble shooting and repair experience a must and mechanical experience welcome.  Also must have a clean driving record.


Wage Range – $16.00 – $23.00/hr., plus benefits


Accepting Resumes/Applications now.


Resumes can be e-mailed to


Program Facilitator

POSITION:           Program Facilitator – CHANGE Academy

DEPARTMENT:   DeKalb County Community Corrections  EOE

REPORTS TO:      Juvenile Services Coordinator

STATUS:               Part Time

FLSA Status:       Hourly/Nonexempt

SALARY:             $13.00 – $13.75/Hour


To perform this position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed in this document are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability necessary.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable an individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.



  1. Earned at minimum 30 hours of college credit
  2. Qualify for State of Indiana Substitute Educator Permit
  3. Be available to work 20-28 hours weekly; flexibility required during operational hours of Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM and be able to substitute as needed
  4. Proficiency in basic computer skills using common programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
  5. Must possess a valid driver’s license
  6. Must pass criminal background check
  7. Must pass an Indiana Department of Child Services substantiated cases check

Core Responsibilities:

  1. Model Pro-Social behavior at all times and in all places
  2. Comply with any and all policies and procedures of DeKalb County Community Corrections and DeKalb County Government
  3. Maintain a safe, respectful environment that is conducive to learning
  4. Perform administrative duties that include answering phones, responding to calls, greeting visitors, filing, etc.
  5. Conduct drug screens as needed and maintain drug screen records
  6. Provide effective academic instruction of a standards-based online educational curriculum as approved by the IDOE
  7. Document all violations and process them appropriately
  8. Work collaboratively with personnel of DeKalb County schools, resource officers, DCS, Probation, service providers, volunteer organizations, and community stakeholders
  9. Assist the Juvenile Services Coordinator, DeKalb CHANGE Academy and DeKalb County Community Corrections staff as necessary
  10. Attend scheduled staff meetings as required
  11. Direct all efforts toward the attainment of program and departmental missions and to securing organizational stability

Additional Job Duties:

  1. Testify in court as needed
  2. Understand and use the principles of evidence based practices in the delivery of services
  3. Perform related duties as assigned

**All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.


Please provide Cover Letter and Resume by 4:00 pm on Friday, September 27, 2019 to:

Sheena Miller,

Juvenile Services Coordinator\DeKalb County Community Corrections – CHANGE Academy

215 E. 9th Street, Suite 101

Auburn, IN  46706

FAX:  260-927-4779


Come join our team — DeKalb County Health Department plays an important role in protecting and promoting the health of our community and we have a great three-fold position – Nursing, Grants and Emergency Preparedness – for the right person!


Under the general direction of the Director of the Health Department, the qualified candidate provides a full range of professional nursing services necessary to implement the department’s programs.

  • Immunization promotion – assisting with vaccine clinics, adheres to program rules/regulations regarding storage, ordering and use of vaccines
  • Nursing duties within the Health Department
  • Assists with writing/budgeting grants
  • Manages emergency preparedness grant deliverables and emergency plans
  • Participates in preparedness grant meetings, trainings, drills
  • Responds quickly to County emergencies
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Conducts home visits, deals with communicable diseases, TB testing and follow-up care
  • Professional interaction with public
  • Knows laws, accepted principles and practices of public health nursing
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products, needs exceptional Excel skills
  • Must be available to travel to training/seminars/conferences, sometimes overnight
  • Other duties as assigned

Must be a licensed Registered Nurse approved for work in Indiana with a valid Driver’s License.  Require Healthcare Provider CPR and TB Testing Certifications.


Must be willing to subject to background check and motor vehicle report.

What can you expect when you work for DeKalb County Government?

  • Competitive pay ($19.24-$21.97 per hour DOE/budget)
  • Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm, hour lunch
  • Benefit package – medical, dental, vision, RX, life/AD&D/STD insurance
  • Retirement Plans
  • Generous Holidays/Paid Time Off
  • Direct deposit
  • Exciting career!

Interested applicants should apply by e-mailing your cover letter and resume to referencing “Nurse” no later than September 20.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.

Executive Director

The Community Foundation of Noble County seeks to hire a dynamic, community and people-oriented servant leader to take the work of the foundation to the next level.  The successful candidate will have demonstrated success in the areas of project management, resource development, outstanding customer service and community building.


Purpose of the Position:

The Executive Director (ED) reports directly to and works in partnership with the Board of Directors (the “Board”) and operates under the general direction of the Board, within the policies established by the Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, policies and guidelines as duly adopted, and consistent with applicable federal, state, and local law.  It is important to note that this job description is subject to change as deemed necessary by the Board for effective pursuit and achievement of the Community Foundation’s mission, vision and strategic plan.

The Executive Director provides professional leadership in partnership with the Board to accomplish CFNC’s mission and vision; supervises and oversees the day-to-day operations, growth and development of the Community Foundation; administers the implementation of Board policies and plans toward the accomplishment of CFCN goals; employs sound business practices; is prudent, ethical, honest and efficient in all actions and decisions made on behalf of the Community Foundation.  The ED also serves as an ex-officio, non-voting member of the Board and Executive Committee.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Donor Development & Relations

  • Plan & Program Development

  • Board Relations and Organizational Visioning and Planning

  • Community Relations, Advancement and Leadership

  • Investment/Fund Management

  • Administration/Operations

Qualifications and Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree and relevant skills and professional experience required

  • Ten years of progressively responsible experience in the management of a community-related operation

  • Experience with charitable giving, fund development, sales, financial management, grant administration and/or nonprofit organizations will be highly considered

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written)

  • Ability to use computer-related software and technology to accomplish tasks

Please submit cover letter, resume and references by September 23, 2019 to:

Community Foundation of Noble County, 1599 Lincolnway South, Ligonier, IN  46767  or


Facility Maintenance Technician

Community Learning Center, Kendallville, Indiana has a Full-time position for a Facility Maintenance Technician.

Purpose of Position

The Facility Maintenance Technician leads the general upkeep, cleaning and maintenance of the facility, respective parking lot and grounds.  The Facility Maintenance Technician is responsible for maintaining the facility and the operational working equipment in clean, orderly and functional condition.  The candidate will respond to operational situations, such as electrical, plumbing, HVAC and other maintenance issues.  The Facility Maintenance Technician will be responsible for Facility projects and may be asked to provide scope, quotes and management of these projects.


Primary Job Responsibilities:

  • Prepares a systematic approach to the cleaning, repair and maintenance of the building, grounds and equipment and takes action as needed

  • Performs carpentry, painting and plumbing maintenance work as needed

  • Performs electrical work, replacing inoperative lighting, fixtures, evaluates the current solar operation and contacts outsource contractors as needed

  • Reports work accomplished orally and written work orders to the director

  • Light assembly of equipment if requested by the director

  • Maintains a current and accurate inventory program of all maintenance equipment and supplies

  • Orders supplies routinely in order to maintain the building and its image

  • Follows all applicable safety rules and procedures

Requirements: Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Organizational skills are required to setup and maintain the entire facility.

  • Must possess an amiable personality with the communication & writing skills necessary to interface with internal customers on a daily basis.

  • Must be a self starter and willing to work in and outdoors, in local environment with minimal supervision.

  • The candidate must be able to interpret The Community Learning Centers policies and procedures and embrace the mission of the organization.

  • General knowledge of maintenance with basic understanding of conventional tools, specialty equipment and best practice procedures.

  • The candidate must follow direction from the director and provide detailed budgets for the maintenance of the CLC.

  •  Perform other related duties as assigned.

  • Work with current project manager as needed.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must have a High school diploma or GED

  • Documented Experience

  • Strongly prefer certifications; HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing

  • Must have and be able to use basic hand tools, and be able to operate basic equipment

  • Must be dependable and able to work independently

Salary Range:  $50,000 to $65,000

Please send resume to

Maintenance Tech

Steuben Lakes Regional

Waste District

8119W  150N

Angola, IN  46703


Fax 260-665-9846




Full time, Strong Electrical, Plumbing, and Excavating Equipment

Experience a plus

Wage Range $16.00 – $33.00, plus benefits

Accepting Resumes/Applications until September 16, 2019

Resumes can be e-mailed to or sent via mail to: Steuben Lakes Regional Waste District, 8119 W 150 N,Angola, IN  46703