Job Openings
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Medication Tech/RA, Personal Care

Part-time, 6:30am-2:30pm, 5 shifts per pay, 38 hours per pay (every other weekend & holiday required)

Dietary Aide, Dining Services

Full-time, 10:30am-7:00pm, 80 hours per pay (every other weekend & holiday required)

Dietary Aide, Dining Services

Part-time -3:30pm to close, approximately 20 hours per pay

Server/Wait Staff, Dining Services

Part-time, 3:45pm - Close, 24 hours per pay period (every other weekend & holiday required)

Utility Aide/Dishwasher, Dining Services

Part Time - 14 shifts per pay, 3:45pm - 6:45pm (close)

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I apply for an open position?

The current job openings are listed above. Below each position description is a link to the corresponding application. Please note: all applications must be completed online, as paper applications are no longer available.

You may also fax your resume to the Human Resources Department directly: 215-565-2413. 

What is the Application Process?

All applicants for positions within Living Branches will complete employment applications.

Upon receipt of applications for a specific available position, the Human Resources (HR) Department will review the applications. HR will then contact the supervisor/manager involved to review possible applicants with him/her in order to determine who will be interviewed. HR will then follow up to schedule necessary interviews, if appropriate.

Once a final candidate has been chosen and the offer of employment has been accepted, all other applicants who were interviewed will receive notification that their application will be kept on file for other openings that could match their qualifications.

Applications, resumes, etc. received for positions in which there are no current openings will be kept on file for a period of six months.

Does Living Branches offer Nurse Aide Training Classes?

PAID Nurse Aide Training classes are offered multiple times a year at the Dock Woods and Souderton Mennonite Homes campuses. Daytime classes are being offered. You must be a two-year resident of Pennsylvania and pass a criminal background check to be eligible. The next training session will be offered in the summer at Dock Woods. Check back for more details!