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Luxury Assisted Living Jobs - Resident Caregivers & Cnas, Fort Smith

Published 2022-05-28
Expires 2022-06-28
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Luxury Assisted Living Jobs - Resident Caregivers & Cnas, Fort Smith
United States, Arkansas, Fort Smith,
Published May 28, 2022

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Job type: Part time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Luxury assisted living jobs - resident caregivers & cnas


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Luxury Assisted Living Jobs - Resident Caregivers & CNAs Offering full-time and part-time positions at large assisted living company in America. Rated as top place to work Looking to join a leader in Assisted Living to grow your career? We employ thousands of associates nationwide and we're hiring our next great associates to work at our luxury assisted living community. Working for us is more than just working for a company, it is a calling. Make a difference in the lives of seniors while growing a meaningful and rewarding career. We believe you should be rewarded for your hard work. Here's what we have to offer you: Full Time & Part Time Hours Competitive Wages Flexible Scheduling Options Paid Time Off Education Reimbursement 401k Savings Retirement Plan Health Insurance for Full-time employees Paid Training Referral Bonuses Caregiver Recognition Programs With countless mentors and training programs, we'll grow your passions and invest in your professional development. Ranked Best Place to work for caregivers & CNAs by myCNAjobs.com Currently recruiting: Caregivers - No Certification Required Resident Aides - No Certification Required Certified Nursing Assistants / Certified Nurse Aide / CNAs CNA Resident Aides Certified Medication Assistant Job Requirements No experience required; positions available for both new and seasoned caregivers Ability to pass a background check Ability to pass a drug screen Ability to provide professional references Compassion - we're looking for reliable caregivers with a passion for service, family values, and a true desire to help the elderly EOE-(Equal Opportunity Employer) and drug-free workplace Required Preferred Job Industries Healthcare

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