A Rewarding Place to Work for PCAs!
At Presbyterian SeniorCare Network, our standards of care have never been higher. We’re hiring compassionate PCAs (Personal Care Assistants) to join our team to help in Making Aging Easier® for older adults. As a PCA, you will engage residents in many ways. Like to sing while you work? Share a favorite melody. Enjoy cards? Lead an afternoon card game. Our PCAs know that the gentle touch of a hand, a kind word or a few minutes of quiet conversation can make a world of difference. As a PCA, you’ll assist residents with hygiene and other activities of daily living that help them to feel comfortable. If you’re looking for a meaningful career and a chance to provide warmth and care while making a difference in someone’s life, join our team—we are ready to welcome you!
Our Team Touches Lives and Makes a Difference!
The compassion and dedication of our PCAs helps to create a person-centered environment for each resident. As you grow to know our residents as individuals, you’ll understand their needs and how you can best support them. Scroll below to get to know some of our team members!
“The best part of my job, and why I love it so much, is that I get to know the residents. I get to know them so well that I can anticipate what they want and/or need before they even ask for it. I really enjoy helping them get through their day. I also work with a great team of people!”
Oakmont Campus, Westminster Place and Woodside Place
Full-time/Part-time/Casual/Premium Weekend, All Shifts
Develop meaningful relationships with our residents while providing quality care!
A Career That Counts!
As a Personal Care Assistant (PCA) you’ll be valued and appreciated for your compassion and caring. Your duties include helping residents remain comfortable. You’ll help residents with activities of daily living, and also be encouraged to read stories, play board games and engage in conversation. Being a PCA is a rewarding career filled with opportunities to develop meaningful relationships and help others by showing that you care.