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If you have a deep desire to serve others, there are many career opportunities available to you in community care.


Certified Nursing Assistants

Certified Nursing Assistants are a vital part of senior living communities. CNAs fulfill the most hands-on role in the resident care process.

Interested in a career as a Certified Nursing Assistant?

Certified Nursing Assistant

The main role of a Certified Nurse Aid (CNA) is to provide basic care to residents and assist them in daily activities that include bathing, dressing, feeding and taking vital signs.

Home Health Aide

A main role of a Home Health Aide (HHA) or Home Care Assistant is to provide care to residents in assisted living settings and assist them in daily activities that could include bathing, dressing, feed, and taking vital signs.

Trained Medication Aide

A trained medication aide (TMA) must complete a nursing assistant training program in additiona to a standardized medication administration program.


Nurses provide professional medical care to residents. Their focus is on the resident’s physical health.

Interested in a career in nursing?

Licensed Practical Nurse

A Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) is responsible for the coordinatin adn performance of nursing acitivies in an assigned section/unit during a designated shift.

Registered Nurse

A Registered Nurse (RN) provides professional nursing care to patients to ensure their comfort and wellbeing.

Unit Manager/Shift Supervisor

A Unit Manager is responsible for supervising the nursing staff (CNAs, LPNs, RNs) on an assigned unit to ensure continuity and quality of resident care.

Assistant Director of Nursing

An Assistant Director of Nursing (ADON) is responsible for supervising clinical staff. In the Director of Nursing’s absence, the ADON assumes responsibility for the nursing department.

Director of Nursing

A Director of Nursing is responsible for supervising all nursing staff; ensuring there is adequate nursing staff and ensuring staff’s skills meet the needs of residents and state and federal regulations.


The administrator role in a skilled nursing or assisted living community is multi-faceted one. It is the administrator’s job to manage finances, human relations, clinical operations and resident satisfaction within the center to ensure its overall success.

Interested in a career in administration?


An administrator oversees daily operations and management of the entire senior living community to ensure it is in compliance with all state and federal surveys requirements.

Assisted Living/Housing Manager

The housing manager/executive director in an assisted living is responsible for overseeing daily operations within the community, including relations with the arranged home care provider

Social Services

While the clinical staff in a senior living community focus on the physical and mental well being of residents, it is the role of the social services professional to enable each resident to function at the highest possible level of social and emotional wellness.

Interested in a career in social services?

Social Services Designee

Social service designees are entry-level social work assistants who work in senior living communities.

Social Worker

Social workers who are employed in our care communities perform a number of functions, including helping new residents adjust to life in their new environment.

Social Services Director

The Social Services Director (SSD) is responsible for ensuring that the social, psychological and physical needs of all residents in the senior living community are being met.


The growing demand for short-term rehabilitation services in senior living communities is creating more job opportunities for therapy professionals in this setting.

Interested in a therapy-related career?

Restorative Aide

A restorative aide is a certified nursing assistant who has additional, specialized training in restorative nursing care.

Physical Therapist

A physical therapist is a health and wellness specialist trained to assist, diagnose and treat individuals with mobility problems caused by injury, illness or accidents.

Director of Rehabilitation Services

A Director of Rehabilitation Services directs the programs and staff of the rehabilitation services department for the senior living community.

Admissions/Care Coordination

The admission or move-in process can be a confusing and sometimes scary one for residents and their families. Care coordination professionals in skilled nursing and assisted living communities help to answer questions, ease anxieties and make the transition as smooth as possible for all involved.

Interested in a career in customer care?

Admissions Coordinator/Director

The admissions staff provide facility tours, serve as a liaison between hospitals, physicians, payers, and other healthcare providers who provide referrals to the facility, as well as help residents to acclimate to their new surroundings.

Business Office Manager

A Business Office Manager is responsible for all financial transactions and reconciliations as well as business office record keeping within the facility.


Activities professionals have a fun job, but it is also an important one. It is their responsibility to plan and implement programs and events in the senior living community that meet the various physical, social and spiritual needs and preferences of all of the residents.

Interested in a career in activities?

Activities Assistant

An Activity Assistant coordinates activities to meet the needs, interests, and capabilities of the residents.

Activities Director

An Activity Director is responsible for directing the development, implementation, supervision, and ongoing evaluation of the activities program.

Support Services

While not directly involved in resident care, support services staff are essential to the overall resident experience. Housekeeping, laundry, maintenance and dietary staff help to create a warm, homelike environment in which residents live and receive temporary or long term care.

Interested in a career in support services?


Housekeepers keep the facility adn resident rooms or apartments clean, odor free, and in good order.


The Laundry staff keeps facility linens and resident personal clothing clean and in good repair.


The Maintenance staff ensures the comfort and safety of the residents, visitors, and staff through proper repair, preventative maintenance, and custodial services of the facility, building, and grounds.


The dietary aide is responsible for the proper delivery of meals and nutrients at scheduled times and places while maintaining a sanitary kitchen area.


The cook is responsible for the preparation and service of all food and nourishments.

Dietary Manager

The dietary manager assists in the managing of all aspects of the dietary department and work in close coordination with the dietician to ensure the nutritional needs of residents are met.

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