A Rewarding Place to Work
Make Your Unique Difference Every Day!
Looking for a rewarding career in nursing that gives you the opportunity to help seniors live their best quality of life? Here, as a Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), you can make a difference in our residents’ lives every day.
You will be part of a team that helps them thrive by monitoring health needs and by creating individualized care plans. You’ll work in an environment that feels just like home. Plus, you will get to know our residents individually by engaging in meaningful conversations that blossom into lasting relationships.
Make a difference – every day!
Our Team Members Improve Quality of Life!
Experience the many rewards of caring for older adults. Through your daily interaction with our residents, you’ll not only help maintain their health—you’ll create meaningful moments that maintain their dignity and reinforce their sense of purpose. Scroll below to get to know some of our team members!
Washington Campus, Southmont
Full-time, Variety of Shifts Available
Serving as an LPN at Presbyterian SeniorCare Network provides opportunities to build relationships with our residents while growing clinical skills.
Oakmont Campus, The Willows
Full-time, Daylight, Evening and Night Shifts Available
Use your clinical expertise to provide nursing care and assess treatment needs to obtain the right outcomes for our residents.
Erie Campus, Manchester Commons
Part-time, Various Shifts
We count on our LPNs to serve as role models for other team members. Join us and provide care in an atmosphere where you will be valued and respected.
A Career That Counts!
Presbyterian SeniorCare Network is a unique work environment because we celebrate individuality and the unique interests our team members bring to their jobs. Like to chat? Engage our residents in lively conversation. Enjoy dancing? Help a resident with a two-step. Find out what our residents like to eat, what their favorite things are, when they prefer to get up or take their medications. Here, nursing means more than providing medical care—it’s about supporting the well-being of the whole person. Express your personality and you will make a difference in the life of an older adult just by being uniquely you.