Personal Care Assistant Jobs at Erickson Senior Living

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Personal Care Assistant Jobs in New Providence, NJ at Erickson Senior Living

Promising careers start here! Erickson Senior Living, headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland is a national provider of senior living and health care with campuses in 11 states—and growing. We achieve industry-leading results in customer satisfaction, driving high occupancy, and positive health outcomes. Join our team and say hello to great benefits, fantastic work-life balance, and a chance to grow. Personal Care Assistant Jobs in New Providence, NJ at Erickson Senior Living can include:

Personal Care Worker (PCW) - The Personal Care Worker is an active member of the clinical team who is committed to providing residents with assistance and care in all aspects of their daily life and to the overall functioning of the community.

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For more than 40 years, Erickson Senior Living has created engaged, active senior lifestyles and provided quality healthcare. Our core values - respect, integrity, responsibility, excellence, teamwork, enthusiasm, and inclusion - touch everything we do. If you share these values and want your work to make a difference, you belong here! Apply online for Personal Care Assistant Jobs in New Providence, NJ today.
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