Employment at Aldersbridge Communities
Aldersbridge Communities strives to provide our staff a challenging and rewarding work environment that welcomes diversity, creativity and collaboration. We are dedicated to providing a broad range of services that are vital to attracting, supporting, developing and retaining a dynamic and talented workforce.
The Human Resources department is our main resource for information regarding benefits, compensation, professional development, organizational policies and work-related issues or concerns.
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Office Hours — Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM or by Appointment
T 401-438-4456 Ext. 152
We offer a competitive salary, a comprehensive and generous benefits package, which includes paid time off, health, dental and 403-B retirement plan. We are an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels and are proud to be SafeZone Certified. All individuals are encouraged to apply.
For general information or inquiries, contact the Human Resource Department.
Employment Benefits Summary
The following is a summary of the benefits that are available to employees of Aldersbridge Communities. In order to be eligible for these benefits, you must maintain Regular Full-time or Regular Part-time status.
- Paid Group Life Insurance
- Paid AD/D (Accidental Death and Dismemberment) Insurance
- Voluntary Health Insurance
- Voluntary Dental Insurance
- Voluntary Vision Plan
- Voluntary Supplemental Insurance
- Voluntary 403(b) Retirement Plan (6% Matching Employer Contribution with a 3% or above Employee Contribution)
- Flexible Compensation Plan (FSA)
- Paid Sick, Personal, and Vacation Time
Enrollment in these benefits is effective on the first day of the month following the month in which the employee becomes eligible. For example, if your probationary period ends on January 15th, you will begin participation on February 1st.
Waiting Period: The waiting period for all of the benefits listed, except the company paid retirement plan, is 60 days for Regular Full-time employees and 90 days for Regular Part-time employees.
Questions: If you have any questions regarding these benefits, please contact the Human Resource Department.
Certified Medication Technician (CMT):
Part-time 3pm-11pm 7.5 hours per week, every other weekend
Part-time 7am-3pm 15 hours per week, every weekend
Part-Time 11pm-7am 30 hours per week, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Temporary-Part-time 11pm-7am 30 hours per week, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Linn Health & Rehabilitation:
Assistant Director of Nurses, full-time, M-F rotating on-call
Registered Nurse, 32 hours per week, every other weekend, every other holiday
Registered Nurse, 8 hours every other weekend/every other holiday, and 3 four hour shifts per week either 3 pm – 7 pm or 4 pm – 8 pm (total 32 hours week)
Registered Nurse, every weekend work 2 shifts (a shift every Saturday and Sunday) and get paid for 3 shifts
Part-time 11pm-7am Registered Nurse 1 shift per week
Per Diem and On Call shifts also available for all shifts and weekends
Certified Nursing Assistant (C N A)—Full, part time and per diem shifts available. Every weekend shifts available – work 2 shifts (one shift every Saturday and one shift every Sunday) and get paid for 3 shifts.
Certified Medication Technician (CMT)—part-time and per diem shifts available. Every weekend shifts available – work 2 shifts (one shift every Saturday and one shift every Sunday) and get paid for 3 shifts.
Per Diem Respiratory Therapist
St. Germain Assisted Living:
Certified Medication Technician (CMT) – Full-time – 2 pm – 10 pm, including every other weekend
Cook Supervisor – Part-time, every other weekend 6:30 am – 6:30 pm
Per Diem CMTs – first, second and third shifts