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!

Maintenance Technician II

Haveloch Commons (McDonald) and Robinson Manor (McKees Rocks)
Full-time, Daylight Shift

Maintenance Technicians do not just “fix things.” They keep our communities safe and develop close relationships with residents.

Maintenance Technician II

Bellmead Apartments in Washington
Full-time, Daylight Shift

Maintenance technicians roll up their sleeves to keep our communities in good working order. You will paint, make repairs, complete preventive maintenance and perform a range of other tasks while expanding your skills.

Cook III

Silver Lake Commons in Homewood
Part-time, 9 am – 1 pm

Prepare meals that bring comfort and make our residents feel at home.

Maintenance Technician II

Fairmont Apartments in Garfield
Full-time, Daylight Shift

Maintenance Technicians do not just “fix things.” They keep our communities safe and develop close relationships with residents.

Maintenance Technician II

York Commons in Lawrenceville
Full-time, Daylight Shift

Maintenance Technicians do not just “fix things.” They keep our communities safe and develop close relationships with residents.

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.