Join the EveryStep Team
Looking for a meaningful career where you can truly make a difference? EveryStep employees enjoy a supportive culture, competitive compensation and benefits, work/life balance and flexibility, and the knowledge that their employer shares their values of integrity, respect, compassion, excellence, and teamwork.
Our organization reaches people from all walks of life. We celebrate the diverse workplace community that is cultivated by bringing different individuals together. We are better when we are inclusive, giving the benefit of the doubt and being responsible for each other.
We empower individuals, support families, and strengthen communities through our non-profit mission. We help the people we serve face life's changes and challenges, because we're with them, at EveryStep.
We are commonly hiring for the following positions throughout Iowa: registered nurses, health aides, social workers, clinical managers, and more! Click the button below to view job descriptions and complete your application.
Submit an Application
You can apply for positions at EveryStep in one of two ways: visit our careers portal to fill our all necessary documents, or email your resume and cover letter to EveryStep's HR department. You may also email the HR department if you have questions or would like to know more about job opportunities.
Learn About EveryStep Workplace Culture
Watch this video to learn more about our organization. We value teamwork, flexibility, compassion, and ethical professionalism.
Supportive, Safe Environment That Brings Families Together
EveryStep is committed to providing comfort and dignity to all who need our care at the end of life. To support that goal, we allow and encourage family members and friends to visit their loved ones at our hospice houses - Kavanagh House on 56th Street in Des Moines and Greater Regional Hospice Home in Creston. EveryStep believes nothing is more important than the health and safety of our patients, clients, their families, our staff, and our volunteers. To that end, our staff are equipped with all appropriate PPE for patient care and safety. We also have strict protocols mandating masks, symptom checks, social distancing, and the number of visitors allowed within our hospice houses at a given time. We believe this approach supports the emotional needs of our patients and their loved ones while also keeping our workforce healthy. To review our current COVID-19 practices and protocols, please visit everystep.org/about/covid19.
Vaccination Requirements for New Hires
EveryStep is committed to nurturing a workplace culture that embodies teamwork, compassion, excellence, integrity, and respect. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented many complex challenges for EveryStep to ensure all staff are protected and respected when there are differences of opinion regarding vaccinations. EveryStep respects individual choice and trusts individual staff to know what is best for own circumstances.
EveryStep also has an enormous responsibility to protect the health and safety of all employees and maintain essential staffing to care for patients or clients in medically fragile and vulnerable circumstances.
After careful consideration and due diligence with regulatory bodies, EveryStep implemented a policy to require staff (and volunteers) to become fully vaccinated for COVID-19 in response to the CMS Omnibus Rule – COVID-19 Health Care Staff Vaccination issued November 5, 2021.
For the sake of workplace safety and excellent quality care delivery to more than 60,000 Iowans each year, EveryStep mandated staff become fully vaccinated (or seek approval for medical or religious exemption) as another important feature of the exposure control plan and infection control risk management. For additional information or questions, please reach out to EveryStep at HR@everystep.org.
Click here for more information about EveryStep’s COVID-19 policies and practices.
Equal Opportunity Employer
EveryStep is an equal opportunity employer. Employment practices are implemented without regard to race, creed, color, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship, national origin, religion, veteran status, genetic information or on the basis of age or physical or mental disability unrelated to ability to perform the work required.