Being a caregiver at New Perspective is rewarding. As a caregiver, you will get to know some amazing older adults who have chosen to live life with purpose in one of our communities. And they want to get to know you. Unlike other jobs, you'll form deep, personal connections with people as you go about each day, caring for residents and assisting with activities.
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Caregiving is core to what we do at New Perspective. We care for our residents and we support each other.
Why New Perspective?New Perspective is a community of people who are living life with purpose, staying engaged and focusing on physical and social/emotional well-being.
Caring for another human is a large part of what our staff members love about their careers with us.
No previous experience as a caregiver? No problem. We provide training. As you move forward with your career, we offer advancement opportunities, education assistance and leadership training to help you succeed.
Experienced CaregiversIf you’re an experienced caregiver, New Perspective has opportunities to advance and work your way up within the company. Plus, we put into consideration your years of experience and certifications & trainings to allow you to timely start your committed schedule.
Advancement OpportunitiesAre you an experienced caregiver or assisted living coordinator looking for a new opportunity? We have memory care, assisted and independent living employment opportunities available at many of our locations, so now is a great time to contact us and learn more about career opportunities at New Perspective.
“I love people. I’m a people person. If you want to change the world, it is one random act of kindness. The residents give you so many memories and stories, which makes my job more rewarding. It’s a great environment.”
Fionte, New Perspective Team Member
“I like the people – the residents and staff. It’s an ideal place to work.”
Shirley, New Perspective Team Member
“I get to build relationships with people, instead of having a patient for a day. In college, nobody wanted to do long-term care. They still don’t believe me when I tell them how great it is. No day is the same. We have fun with the residents and I love the team members – they’re awesome.”