Careers at Living Branches

Senior Living Jobs and Career Opportunities

Living Branches’ senior living communities need you! Bring your interests and skills to a meaningful role at one of our campuses in Hatfield, Souderton, or Lansdale.

We’re actively hiring RNs and LPNs, CNAs, med techs, and team members in housekeeping, maintenance, and dining services.

Join Our CNA Training Program

Build your health care career at Living Branches!

In our certified nursing assistant (CNA) training program, you’ll receive the education and hands-on experience needed to get your CNA license. Students earn $15.00 per hour while taking the course and may be offered a position at Living Branches at the end. Morning and evening classes are available.

You Bring the Mission to Life

The Mission of Living Branches

Together we empower older adults and families to lead lives of purpose and joy, guided by the Mennonite tradition of care and service to others. This mission drives everything we do, every day – including supporting and growing our team members. Your success is our residents’ success!

Together We Empower

Every day at Living Branches, you’ll work with your team to create meaningful moments for residents – whether you’re pouring a cup of coffee, making a bed, leading a group activity, delivering mail, or providing medical care. We see and care for the whole person, treating each resident as the unique individual they are.

Team members are no different. As a Living Branches team member, you’ll be encouraged to share your ideas and feedback through surveys, focus groups, and more.

Together We Support

All team members are encouraged to take advantage of Living Branches benefits. Eligible team members have access to a health insurance and wellness program, including a dedicated wellness consultant, use of campus fitness centers, and confidential mental health support.

Beyond competitive pay and paid time off, team members can plan for the future with Living Branches’ generous 401(k) retirement plan that includes an employer match. Free financial planning services are also available through our Employee Assistance Program (EAP).

Senior Health Care at Living Branches

Together We Grow

Living Branches team members can advance their education and careers through a number of opportunities:

  • Nursing scholarship program
  • Education assistance program
  • Financial support for mission trips
  • On-site CNA training, med tech training, and dementia training

Take Your Career to the Next Level

Senior health care at Living Branches

When you come to work at one of Living Branches’ senior living communities, you’re not just accepting a job offer — you’re opening the door to a lifelong career.

Nursing Scholarship Program

Living Branches team members who are working toward becoming an LPN, RN, or earning a bachelor’s degree in nursing can apply for a nursing scholarship. Scholarships are available to everyone – full-time, part-time, or seasonal. As long as you’re currently in an approved nursing program, you may apply several years in a row.

Tuition Reimbursement

Regular full-time and part-time team members are eligible for our educational assistance program. The program reimburses regular full-time team members for eligible educational expenses up to $3,000 per calendar year, and part-time team members up to $1,500.

On-Site Training Programs

Team members from every department are encouraged to enroll in our paid certified nursing assistant (CNA) program, med tech training, or dementia training (Dementia Capable Care).

A Day in the Life of Our Team Members

A day in the life of the laundry team

A day in the life of the clinical teams

A team member paints the nails of a resident in Memory Care at Dock Woods in Lansdale

Work with Meaning

If you ask any of our team members about our mission and core values, you’ll see faces that light up with passion and commitment. You’ll likely hear personal accounts of  how our mission provides a fulfilling purpose to the work they do.

And while it’s always wonderful to hear our team members talk about their connection to our mission and core values, it’s even more inspiring to see them live that commitment in their daily interactions with residents. The words of our mission are brought to life with every act of kindness, with every enthusiastic idea for a new community activity, and with every shared moment of togetherness.

Although I currently work primarily as a waitress, I am also a Certified Nursing Assistant – and sometimes I’m able to use those skills. One of my favorite things to do is to help people find new friends. Just recently, I introduced a new resident to another wonderful lady in the dining room, and they really hit it off. I enjoy seeing people come together – and I love playing a role in making that happen.

Emma Schnabel
Emma Schnabel, Souderton Mennonite Homes

We get a lot of great feedback on how clean Dock Woods is – and we are happy to play a role in the pride residents take in the beauty of their home. We also support a wide range of events, and it’s always fantastic to see the residents come to the event and not have to worry about logistics at all. They can just pull up a chair and enjoy each other – and it’s very rewarding to witness that on a regular basis.

I also find joy in serving as a cheerleader for my teams. There’s a lot of repetition in what we do every day, and I believe that helping promote an atmosphere of thanks and recognition helps people feel good about what they’re doing.

Bob Mullen
Bob Mullen, Dock Woods

Work with Meaning

If you ask any of our team members about our mission and core values, you’ll see faces that light up with passion and commitment. You’ll likely hear personal accounts of  how our mission provides a fulfilling purpose to the work they do.

And while it’s always wonderful to hear our team members talk about their connection to our mission and core values, it’s even more inspiring to see them live that commitment in their daily interactions with residents. The words of our mission are brought to life with every act of kindness, with every enthusiastic idea for a new community activity, and with every shared moment of togetherness.

“Although I currently work primarily as a waitress, I am also a Certified Nursing Assistant and sometimes I’m able to use those skills. One of my favorite things to do is help people and find new friends. Just recently I introduced a new resident to another wonderful lady in the dining room, and they really hit it off. I enjoy seeing people come together, and I love playing a role in making that happen.”

Emma Schnabel

Emma Schnabel, Souderton Mennonite Homes

Live & Grow - Together

Watch the video below to see what staff and residents love about Living Branches.

“We get a lot of great feedback on how clean Dock Woods is, and we are happy to play a role in the pride residents take in the beauty of their home. We support a wide range of events, so it’s fantastic to see the residents come and not have to worry about logistics at all. I also find joy in serving as a cheerleader for my teams. There’s a lot of repetition in what we do, and I believe that helping promote an atmosphere of thanks and recognition helps people feel good about what they’re doing.”

Bob MullenBob Mullen, Dock Woods 

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