Bring your heart to work! Caring people make the difference at American Senior Communities!
Compassion, Accountability, Relationships and Excellence are the core values for American Senior Communities. These words not only form an acronym for C.A.R.E., they are our guiding principles and create the framework for all our relationships with customers, team members and community at large.
American Senior Communities has proudly delivered patient centered care since the year 2000, with a long history of excellent outcomes. Each of our 80+ American Senior Community is part of the neighborhood in which it exists. Our leaders and staff live in surrounding areas and know the community well. We value the same things in life that you do. The foundation of our senior living communities is based on the knowledge that we’ll be part of your neighborhood for many, many years. We take great pride in our hospitality and it is ingrained in everything we do. As partners in senior care, we are not just doing a job, but following a calling.
Our commitment to our team members:
Grow our staff thru the O2NE program that offers fully paid LPN or RN higher education and training
PayActive – Have immediate access up to 50% for your pay
Medical/Dental/Vision insurance available - Plans starting as low as $20 a week
Paid time off and paid holidays
Generous friend referral program
Tuition assistance and up to $500 for certifications
Volunteer community involvement opportunities
What will you be doing and how will you make a difference at American Senior Communities?
Making a difference in the lives of the patients we serve by providing them care and compassion
Acting as a positive teammate to fellow employees by helping onboard new teammates.
You will have the satisfaction of ensuring the delivery of compassionate quality of care approach to residents.
Acts as role model for the Center staff by protecting and promoting residents’ rights in all interactions with residents and families.
You will participate as a member of the interdisciplinary team in the development and maintenance of the social service and activity portions of the plan of care for each resident.
Demonstrates C.A.R.E. values to our residents, family members, customers and staff.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
Bachelor’s degree in a related field required (psychology, social work, sociology, recreational therapy).
Minimum of three years human services experience with two years working with dementia or Alzheimer’s care/patients preferred.
Successful completion of a state approved or a Nursing Assistant training and competency evaluation program, or a CNA competency evaluation program approved by the State.
We are Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran and other protected categories.