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Cares for every resident like a family member

Renada Dixon, Brentland Woods resident care aide and preceptor

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When you work with us at ESLC, you can care and be cared for.

That’s because working at any one of our six campuses around Monroe County offers a friendly family feel. We care about each of our residents and their families, and we care about our fellow employees by working as a team. ESLC offers meaningful and satisfying senior living careers that allow you to share your gifts and your desire to make a difference to the seniors in our area. We offer competitive pay and valuable benefits, along with senior living job opportunities to grow and take on more responsibility. In other words, at ESLC you’ll find a great career.

At ESLC we strive to create careers in senior living that allow our staff to openly collaborate to better those around them. There are many different senior living careers, but no matter you’re position, ESLC believes that each staff member is important. You have unique skills that can be used towards the betterment of our communities.

Are you ready for senior living job opportunities that will give you the chance to make a real difference in the lives of our residents and staff? To get a better sense of what senior living careers entail, just click the link below to learn about the heart of meaningful service.

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