ElderHealth & Living believes in taking good care of our employees by treating them well and offering competitive wages and benefits. In addition, we support education and family commitments. We believe in promoting from within whenever possible and providing excellent training opportunities so employees can establish a career at ElderHealth & Living.
We have many departments ranging from caregivers and maintenance staff to nursing and administrative staff. If you are looking for a place to begin a long term career in the healthcare field, you’ve come to the right place!
ElderHealth & Living is an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) employer.
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Benefits offered by EHL:
- Life Insurance
- Short / Long Term Disability
- Long Term Care
- Time in Service (TIS) Bonus
- NOC Pay Differential
- Weekend Pay Differential
- Direct Deposit
- Advancement Opportunities
- On-Site Education
- Excellent Working Conditions
- Continuing Education Reimbursement (up to $100 per year)
- Pay Increases
- Community Environment
Shifts: Days, Swing & Weekends
Overview: The nursing team consists of Geriatric, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Medical Office staff. The nursing team works directly with the caregiver team, local practitioners and families to manage the medical care of our residents. In addition, the nursing team provides training to our staff, conducts quality assurance audits, and works with each caregiver team to provide the best care possible.
Shifts: Days M – F
Overview: The Resident Coordinator works in a home environment and is responsible for the oversight of the day-to-day care of residents within his or her home, supervision and training of staff, coordination of housekeeping, meals and activities in the home.
Direct Care Staff
Shifts: Day, Swing, Night and Weekends
Overview: The Direct Care staff work in a home environment for older adults suffering from a memory loss disease. They work as part of a team to provide personal care services to the residents in accordance with their personal service plan. In addition, Direct Care staff pass medications, cook meals, do housekeeping chores, participate in activities, and provide assistance with activities of daily living such as dressing, showers, and toileting. Direct Care staff serve as the PIC (person in charge) when the Resident Coordinator is out of the home.
Recreation Support Staff
Shifts: Swing & Weekends
Overview: Rec Support staff work in a home environment for older adults affected by memory loss disease. The Rec Support staff work as part of a team to provide personal care services to the residents in accordance with their personal service plan. In addition, the Rec Support staff pass medications, cook meals, do housekeeping chores, participate in activities, and provide assistance with daily living activities such as dressing, showers, and toileting.
Shifts: Day & Weekends
Overview: Recreation staff facilitate various activities such as social events, singing and musical activities, dancing, walks, reminiscing, crafts, baking, sewing, gardening, exercise, and other recreational activities. In addition, Recreation staff accompany residents on outings off site and assists Direct Care staff in providing resident care as needed.
Shifts: Days M – F
Overview: The administrative staff work in an office environment and are responsible for managing the day-to-day functions of the company. Our current administrative positions include: Accounting, Family Services, Human Resources, Reception, Marketing, and Information Technology.
Environmental Services Staff
Shifts: Days M – F
Job Overview: The environmental services staff are responsible for the general upkeep and maintenance of the campus including: remodeling, preventive maintenance, painting, janitorial, and grounds keeping.