Careers with Presbyterian Senior Living

Mutual Respect, Connectedness, Trust, Creative Curiosity. These are the values we live by. Everything we do as an organization is driven by our mission and our values. If you are seeking a rewarding career where you can make a difference in the lives of others, work in an environment that values diversity, equity, and inclusion, and provides opportunities for growth, consider a career with Presbyterian Senior Living.

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Meet Austin, a Registered Nurse Supervisor at Presbyterian Senior Living

Team Members
Serving More Than
A Legacy of
Years of Experience
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Presbyterian Senior Living has been officially certified as a Great Place to Work.

The certification process through the Great Place to Work Institute was measured by surveying 100 percent of employees across PSL and evaluating more than 60 elements of team members' experience on the job. These included employee pride in the organization's impact, belief that their work makes a difference, and feeling their work has special meaning. 

Our commitment to measure and continuously enhance the employee experience includes a focus on fairness, credibility, respect, pride, and camaraderie. 

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What We Offer

Career With Purpose

Competitive Wages

Benefits and Perks

Room to Grow

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Employee Vaccination Requirement

Presbyterian Senior Living requires all Life Plan Community team members to provide documentation of receiving either the primary series or the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (formulated as a bivalent vaccine) or complete the accommodation process prior to joining our team.

Presbyterian Senior Living is an equal employment opportunity employer which does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion/creed, sex, disability, marital status, age, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, place of birth, sexual orientation, possession of a General Education Development certificate as compared to a high school diploma, use of animal because of blindness or deafness, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by the applicable federal, state, or local laws.