Now hiring CNAs, nurses and direct support professionals!
The Wyoming Life Resource Center (WLRC) follows the Green House model of care, which creates a unique opportunity for residents (elders) and staff (shahbazim) alike. Aligned with the model’s three primary elements—real home, meaningful life and empowered staff—WLRC empowers nursing staff by:
- Promoting the ability to self-manage their schedule and rotate daily duties
- Maintaining a non-hierarchical staffing structure
- Favoring more casual dress over traditional scrubs
What are the benefits of working at Wyoming Life Resource Center?
You’ll have numerous opportunities to advance your nursing career.
From on-site training and professional development, to CNA training/testing and educational leave to pursue advanced nursing degrees, you’re well-positioned to build a lasting career—and continue to grow.
You’ll engage in meaningful work that leaves an impact.
Provide compassionate care in an environment that feels like home; the kind of place where your work leaves a truly meaningful impact on those around you and feels meaningful for you, as well.
You’ll enjoy the unique aspects of a resident-centered model of care.
Following the Greenhouse model, we empower our caregivers to lead the way. Within our nonhierarchical staffing structure, each caregiver self-manages their schedule and rotates daily responsibilities with others.
You’ll work in a brand-new facility, surrounded by Wyoming’s natural beauty.
From the stunning cottages, to the beautifully maintained grounds, every element of our campus is designed to feel like home and foster a sense of community.
What’s it like to live in Lander, Wyoming?
Located in the foothills of the Wind River Mountain Range—and less than 7 miles away from Sinks Canyon state park—you’re never far from opportunities to go fishing, hunting, camping, ATVing, rock climbing, hiking, snowmobiling or cross-country skiing.
To learn more about living in Lander, click here.