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Bring your heart to work! At American Senior Communities we take pride in providing our team members the opportunity to make a difference in their community while advancing their careers. As one of the largest senior care employers in the state of Indiana, we have the opportunity to provide temporary, part-time and full-time positions.
American Senior Communities is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran and other protected categories.
Join a team of CAREing individuals!
At American Senior Communities caring people make the difference, and you can tell the moment you walk into one of our communities. Our family-structured team takes pride in serving our community and residents daily. To us, it’s not just a job—it’s a calling. We offer the opportunity for advancement while working in a fast-paced and rewarding environment. Available positions may include:
- Registered Nurse (RN)
- Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
- Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)
- Nurse Aide in Training
- Culinary Servers and Cooks
- Housekeeping and Laundry
- And more!
Full-time employees are eligible for a wide variety of benefits and perks.
Job Openings for RNsLPNsCNAsPCAsQMAsHHAsServers&CooksHousekeeping
Upcoming Recruiting Events:
Oct 20, 2022
Richmond, IN: Veterans Resource Fair
Wayne County Fairgrounds
Oct 24, 2022
Indianapolis, IN: Indy Pride Career Fair
Oct 24, 2022
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Benefits and Perks
- PayActiv: Gain instant access to up to 50% of your earned wages immediately before payday.
- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance; Employees can also access convenient telehealth services
- Employee Referral bonus for clinical & non-clinical staff
- Tuition reimbursement
- Nurse & CNA preceptor program
- 401(k) & paid time off
- Retail discounts & more
- Workforce Chaplains: Confidential, non-denomination resources available to anyone in the ASC family.
- O2NE Program offers paid LPN or RN training
- Culinary benefits include paid ServSafe training, American Culinary Foundation (ACF) membership and/or CDM training & certification.
- Retention Bonus Opportunities
*Terms & conditions apply
Our clinical team helps enrich the lives of our residents on a daily basis by providing compassionate, person-centered care. We offer a chance to work with the newest innovations and we offer the great opportunities for advancement.
Clinical Career Advancement
At American Senior Communities we take pride in offering the opportunity to not only advance your nursing career – but to start a new career in nursing. That is why we created our Nurse Aide in Training program.
Culinary & Nutrition Careers
Our culinary and nutrition team is enhancing the culture, one bite at a time. By joining our team, you will have the ability to create and serve well-balanced, wholesome meals that taste great while creating a unique dining experience.
Memory Care Careers
Our memory care specialists are highly-trained in nurturing those living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. They ensure each resident has the opportunity to thrive through our highly structured program such as Meaningful Days.
Living a culture of CARE is doing the right thing at the right time, the right way, for the right reason. At ASC, we believe that diversity – in backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives – makes us stronger as an organization and as an asset to our community. We are grateful for those employees who choose to join our ASC team to care for others. It is our intention that all American Senior Communities employees receive the support they need to be successful and that no one faces obstacles based on race, ethnicity, nationality, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, disability or any protected characteristic. We’re passionate about creating a diverse and inclusive workplace within our culture of CARE where every individual can do their best work and be appreciated.
Housekeeping & Maintenance
Our environmental teams provide services and assistance to our residents ensuring that their home is comfortable and clean. We take pride in creating an inviting environment that our residents are proud to call home.
Therapy & Wellness Careers
ASC is a leading provider of respiratory therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy and wellness services. ASC Therapies and Wellness is looking for talented individuals who are interested in becoming a part of a skilled team while working in a fast-paced environment.
Corporate Office Careers
The Home Office team works rigorously to support the needs of our communities and offers a wide variety of career opportunities. At Home Office, you will have the ability to work in a welcoming and collaborative environment while contributing to the ASC team.
Social Wellness & Enrichment Careers
Our social wellness and enrichment professionals provide our residents with life enriching day-to-day activities. They create meaningful relationships and ensure that our residents live each day to their fullest.
The Share to Care Fund was designed as an easy way for employees to assist fellow employees and/or their immediate family members during times of hardship.
Assistance is available for certain emergency situations beyond an applicant’s control which has caused a financial hardship.
The fund is intended to provide basic necessities and temporary relief to those who encounter sudden financial hardship due to unexpected life events such as natural disaster, major illness or non-work related accidents.
What is it like to work at American Senior Communities?
This place is excellent, and I am very thankful to be able to call the staff family. I will always return here for more help if needed. The therapy staff has been amazing along with the nursing in getting me back home safely, and I appreciate everything everyone has done for me!
I feel safe knowing that the staff treats me like family here. The all do an amazing job to help with anything I need.
The nurses, aides and therapy staff are all kind and considerate people. The food is great. Thank you all
Steve "Stogey" HardyResident
Everyone was very good to me. The staff was wonderful. The therapy was good. I'm glad I came here.
Donna SaraviaFormer Resident
We take pride in upholding our core values, Compassion, Accountability, Relationships and Excellence (CARE). We also are honored to be surrounded by caring and talented individuals that care for our residents.
At American Senior Communities, it’s our Caring People That Make the Difference. That’s why we created the Quest for Excellence Employee Recognition Program, to honor exceptional ASC employees at each community for the service they provide our residents every day.
At American Senior Communities, we understand that training and developing new leaders is vital to the success of any organization. We believe in growing dynamic leaders who will positively impact the future of long-term care and our organization.
Our Administrator-in-Training (AIT) program has been established to provide opportunities to both internal team members as well as new team members that are seeking a career as a licensed nursing home administrator. During our one-year program, future leaders will receive the training and education required to complete the course while receiving hands on experience.
*Please note ASC may have limited open spots for AIT’s based on geographic needs and availability of preceptors. As such, we do not always have active job postings. Check back often for new roles being posted.
At American Senior Communities, we believe that caring for others means personally knowing and valuing each individual as a person. We believe that each customer deserves to be known, recognized, understood and cared for as much emotionally as they do physically.
A Companion is someone who accompanies our residents on a journey. Someone they know who shares their burdens and joys. A Companion is dedicated to Compassion, Accountability, Relationships and providing Excellence in the care of our customers. This is our Culture of CARE.
Career News & Updates
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What does CARE stand for at American Senior Communities? ›
Compassion, Accountability, Relationships and Excellence are the core values for American Senior Communities. These words not only form the acronym CARE, they are our guiding principles and create the framework for all of our relationships with customers, team members, families and the community at large.Who owns American Senior Communities? ›
The victims of the fraud were American Senior Communities, which is owned by the Jackson family of Indianapolis; the Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County, which hired ASC to operate its nearly 70 nursing homes; Medicare; and Indiana Medicaid.What is assisted living for Seniors? ›
Assisted living facilities are designed for older people who are no longer able to manage living independently and need help with daily activities such as bathing or dressing, but don't require the round-the-clock health care that a nursing home would provide.How many employees does American Senior Communities have? ›
American Senior Communities has 5,001 to 10,000 employees.What are the duties of a caregiver in an assisted living home? ›
- Understanding medical requirements. ...
- Taking care of transport. ...
- Managing finances. ...
- Providing emotional support. ...
- Housekeeping. ...
- Ensuring home safety.
- Person-Centered Care. With this guiding principle in place, loved ones can always expect to get care that is centered on their individual needs. ...
- Practice Ethics at All Times. Every assisted living community should operate on a foundation of trust. ...
- Mission Statement.
Independent living communities primarily focus on serving the social needs of residents, as many are able to live independently without much support. Assisted living communities support those who need assistance with activities of daily living, while allowing residents to live as independently as possible.Who owns nursing homes in Indiana? ›
More than 90% of Indiana's roughly 500 nursing homes are owned by county hospitals. Because they are government owned, those nursing homes rake in hundreds of millions of dollars each year in supplemental federal nursing home funds — payments significantly higher than privately-owned nursing homes receive.Is American Senior Communities a non profit? ›
AMERICAN SENIOR COMMUNITIES GROUP HEALTH PLAN is a 501(c)(9) organization, with an IRS ruling year of 1978, and donations may or may not be tax-deductible. Is this your nonprofit? Access the Nonprofit Portal to submit data and download your rating toolkit.Who is James Burkhart? ›
Minkler today announced the sentencing of the former CEO of American Senior Communities (ASC) in a massive fraud, kickback, and money laundering conspiracy. James Burkhart, 53, of Carmel, was sentenced to 114 months imprisonment by U.S. District Court Judge Tanya Walton Pratt.
What are 4 types of caregivers? ›
Are you looking for a caregiver? Then you should know your options. In general, there are four types of caregivers: Home Health Care, Assisted Living Facilities, Nursing Homes, and Adult Daycare Centers.What caregivers need most? ›
Physical and emotional support are what most home caregivers need. Physical help to care for senior loved ones includes help with daily tasks, decision-making, preparing meals, running errands and performing chores. Also, caregivers need emotional support to deal with the stress of caring for an elderly person.How much does a caregiver earn per month? ›
Average R 2 523 per month.What are the disadvantages of assisted living? ›
- They are typically understaffed, leading to negligent care.
- You are not guaranteed a private room.
- There may be limited visitation times.
- The amount of time you can leave the facility may be greatly restricted.
- Patients are not allowed to clean up after themselves.
Personal care is an important daily need for a senior citizen. They may need assistance with bathing, dressing and personal grooming. A home-health aide or other family member can help with these tasks, if necessary.What are the challenges of assisted living facilities? ›
- Securing Data. Healthcare facilities, including senior living, are a primary target for hackers. ...
- Reputation & Brand. ...
- Hiring the Right People. ...
- Staffing Crisis. ...
- Back Office vs. ...
- Baby Boomer Expansion. ...
- Memory Support. ...
Assisted living communities encourage independence and provide less medical care; whereas, skilled nursing communities are more restrictive but provide more medically intensive care. At the end of the day, the care needs of the senior will determine which type of community is most appropriate for their given situation.Is a nursing home and assisted living the same thing? ›
Assisted living communities are designed to feel home-like and residents typically live in their own apartments or suites with private baths and kitchenettes. Nursing homes have more of a clinical environment and residents typically live in a private or semiprivate room that does not include a living room or kitchen.What is assisted living vs nursing homes? ›
Assisted living communities provide a more social lifestyle for seniors who are generally active but need help with everyday tasks. Nursing homes provide long-term medical care for adults with serious health issues. Nursing homes usually cost more than assisted living due to the higher level of care.What are the different care levels? ›
- Level One — Low level of care. This resident is mostly independent but may need reminders to perform ADLs. ...
- Level Two — Intermediate or moderate level of care. ...
- Level Three — High level of care.
How do you determine level of care for elderly? ›
- Physical condition.
- Mental health status.
- Mobility level.
- Ability to perform basic activities of daily living.
- Dietary requirements.
- The amount of medical care you require.
- Degree of need for special forms of support.
Continuing Care is made up of three main levels: Home Care, Designated Supportive Living and Long Term Care.What is level 3 care for seniors in NB? ›
Level 3 – Clients have a medically stable physical or mental health conditions or functional limitation and require assistance and supervision on a 24-hour basis . These clients need a great deal of assistance with personal care and often require medical attention .What are the three levels of caregiving? ›
- The functional stage.
- The interpersonal stage.
- The intrapersonal stage.
Routine home care, general inpatient care, continuous home care, respite.What is the highest level of care in assisted living? ›
Level 3 assisted living care, sometimes referred to as enhanced assisted living, is typically the highest level of care available in an assisted living facility. This level of care includes extensive hands-on assistance with multiple ADLs throughout the day, such as toileting, bathing and communicating.How do you put someone in a nursing home against their will? ›
Generally speaking, it is illegal to forcefully move people against their will. There are however certain conditions in which this is legally permissible. If you are able to obtain guardianship status over your loved one, it is legally permissible to take such decisions on their behalf.What does 2 Assist mean? ›
Level 2 Assisted Living Definition-Moderate Level of Care: This level of care refers to a resident who requires substantial assistance or support in one or more health care or personal care areas. This individual may be able to independently perform some ADLs, but need help with others.What is a Type 2 facility? ›
Type II facility – used for the detention of persons pending arraignment, during trial, and upon a sentence of commitment. These are typically referred to as “county jails.”What does R2 mean in hospital? ›
resuscitation. R2. Patient is expected to benefit from and is accepting of any appropriate investigations/ interventions that can be offered including the option of ICU care and. intubation, but excluding chest compression.
What is a green sleeve from the hospital for? ›
A green sleeve holds copies of one's personal directives, goals of care designation, and a tracking record. A personal directive helps an individual to have important healthcare decisions made according to their even when they aren't able to communicate.What is the most common home care service? ›
The most common form of home health care is some type of nursing care depending on the person's needs. In consultation with the doctor, a registered nurse will set up a plan of care.What are the 5 levels of medical care? ›
Health care is described as different levels of care: primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary. Primary care is the main doctor that treats your health, usually a general practitioner or internist.What is Level 1 care for seniors in NB? ›
Special-care homes provide services to seniors who require low to moderate levels of care referred to as Level 1 and Level 2 care. Level 1: clients are generally mobile but require the availability of supervision on a 24-hour basis related to their personal care. They do not need full-time nursing care.What is the cost of a nursing home in NB? ›
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