Here's what we're looking for from Employees at ACR Homes/Arthur's Senior Care
- A positive "team player" attitude
- Responsibility, punctuality
- Good judgment and attention to detail
- Flexibility and creative problem solving skills
- A willingness to listen and learn
- Stress tolerance: be ready for fast-paced shifts that require focus and multitasking
- Part-time requires a minimum of 10 shifts/month (2-3 shifts/week) and full-time requires a minimum of 38 hours/week
Want to apply? Schedule your interview now! Application should be completed before the time of your interview. Thank you!
ACR Homes Employment Application
OPTIONAL PAPER APPLICATION
As an alternative to completing the online ACR Homes Employment Application, you may optionally download, print and complete a paper-based version.
What ACR Employees Say About Their Work
"At its core ACR is about people. We serve people with disabilities and to provide those services, we need kind, smart, joyful people to work with them."
~Ryan McLaughlin, Senior Residential Supervisor
"Becoming a direct care professional with ACR Homes was honestly the BEST decision I have ever made. I was not only able to work and accumulate over 2400 hours of health care experience, but also discovered who I am, what gives me the most personal and professional fulfillment, and where I want to go with my next major step in life."
"I feel like I am making a huge impact and difference in the residents' lives at ACR!"
~Renae Sloth, RN
"I love telling people about how great my job is at ACR, not just because I'm paid to better the lives of others, but because my fellow ACR staff and leaders are concerned about my well-being."
"In my work at ACR I've developed into a leader who can efficiently and effectively communicate with physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, nurses and hospital staff so that my residents receive the best possible care."
"The most important thing I learned with ACR Homes is how to respect every person no matter what."
"[Residents of ACR] turned me from a scared 18 year old design student into a confident advocate for the special needs community."
"I'm not telling you it's easy, but I am telling you it's definitely worth it."