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Property Management

Your path.

Your skills.

Your impact.

A Rewarding Place to Work

A Career That’s Uniquely YOU!

The SeniorCare Network Property Management team plays an important role in helping to maintain a welcoming home for the residents of our income-based housing communities.

As a team member, you’ll use your individual skills to help older adults and persons living with disabilities remain independent for as long as possible, while also building lasting relationships.

Make an impact – every day!

Community Manager II- Etna Commons & Plum Creek Acres SCN

Pittsburgh, PA
Full Time, Daylight Shift, Etna Commons, Etna PA Plum Creek Acres, Plum PA

The Community Manager II has the total responsibility of all phases of the operation of the property including but not limited to marketing, maintenance, resident relations, personnel management, and general administration.

Maintenance Tech II - SeniorCare Network Up to $1,000 Sign-On Bonus Available

Pittsburgh-Area Locations
Daylight with On-Call Rotation

Use your skills to keep our residents feeling safe and comfortable in the place they call home. 

Service Coordinator - SeniorCare Network - $1,000 Sign-On Bonus!

Pittsburgh-Area Locations

Support our residents in our supportive and affordable housing properties by coordinating, monitoring, and scheduling services based on their ongoing and changing needs. Position available at 3 locations: Etna Commons, Plum Creek Acres and St Justin’s Plaza.

A Career That Counts!

SeniorCare Network is the Presbyterian SeniorCare Network real-estate management affiliate. Their Property Management team works together to care for the physical structures of our senior living communities as well as to sustain programming that supports low-income seniors and persons living with disabilities. Maintenance technicians and housekeepers are valued for their expertise and problem-solving abilities in keeping the building and grounds tidy and safe. Community managers and service coordinators help connect them with federal, state and local programs and services for which they qualify. The entire team helps residents age in place for as long as possible.