Rehab At Home Health Care Services takes great pride in providing employees with a challenging and stimulating professional environment in which to grow and excel. We believe success is achieved through the efforts of a diverse and talented workforce working together in a spirit of cooperation and mutual respect.

If you share our vision to serve others, we want to hear from you. Please review current career opportunities available and submit your resume online or by emailing it to

Rehab At Home Health Care Services is an equal opportunity/drug-free workplace employer.

Current Opportunities

Registered Nurse (RN)
An RN should be able to assist with the overall operations of the nursing department in accordance with customer needs, government regulations, and company policies. An RN will focus on maintaining excellent care for the resident/patients while achieving Rehab at Home Healthcare’s business objectives. Must be a RN licensed in the state of Texas and have a valid driver’s license.

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN or LVN)
An LPN/LVN may perform some of the same duties as the Registered Nurse and is supervised by the Registered Nurse.

Physical Therapist (PT)
A PT will perform gait training, set up a home exercise program and plan treatment intended to restore and preserve function.

Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA)
A PT may perform some of the same duties as the Physical Therapist and is supervised by the Physical Therapist.

Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)
An SLP will assist in recovering swallowing, speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. Therapy may involve teaching new ways to safely swallow and communicate.

Occupational Therapist (OT)
An OT will instruct you on how to perform daily living activities adequately with the purpose of improving your independent functioning.

Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA)
An OTA may perform the therapy plan according to the directions of the Occupational Therapist.

Medical Social Worker (MSW)
An MSW will counsel patients and family, plan for continued service after discharge and act as liaisons with other community agencies.

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
A CNA will provide assistance with personal care until the patient and/or caregiver are independent and able to independently perform this care.