Support Team Positions in a Caring Atmosphere
Whether residents are with us for short-term rehab or long-term care, Elderwood is their home. Your contributions will make their home a place of comfort and compassion, dignity and respect, helping to assure their health and well-being. What’s more, you can form real, personal relationships with residents who look forward to seeing you each day. Enhancing their quality of life will make your career even more rewarding.
An active social life is an essential aspect of life at ElderWood. Our activities leaders conduct enjoyable recreation programs that keep residents energized, engaged and mentally stimulated.
Dietitians are responsible for menu planning, meeting diet requirements of residents, and resident care planning and documentation
The Dietitian serves as the facility expert on matters related to nutritional services.
Meal times are highlights of daily life, and excellent nutrition and appetite appeal are central to the well-being of residents and patients. Our chefs, wait staff and kitchen staff prepare and serve delicious, wholesome menus.
Our facilities’ pleasant decor and amenities create home-like comfort for all who live in them. Housekeeping team members keep individuals’ rooms and gathering areas clean, tidy and attractive.
Providing fresh, clean clothing and linens enhances residents’ well-being and keeps living spaces and common areas comfortable.
Well-tended grounds and interiors make our facilities especially beautiful. Our maintenance staff takes charge of upkeep and repairs to create a safe, welcoming environment for residents and guests.
Pharmacy Technicians are responsible for processing orders of pharmaceutical products for residents.
In addition to administrative tasks, our receptionists present ElderWood in a friendly, helpful and positive manner. They’re an integral part of daily life for residents and guests.
Social workers provide support to residents, patients and families. They ensure that questions are answered and that the highest quality resident care is maintained at all times.
Transportation staff members are responsible for safely transporting incoming admissions from the hospital to any Elderwood Senior Care facility or non-affiliated facilities in an Elderwood Senior Care vehicle. They are also responsible for safely transporting medically stable residents/patients to and from medical facilities and for loading wheelchair bound passengers in and out of the vehicle, ensuring that passengers are safely lifted and secured during transit.
Unit clerks contribute both to the efficient operation of their department and to the warm atmosphere we create for residents, families and guests.