employees are great to work with as well as residents
MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST & CONCIERGE (Current Employee) – California – August 4, 2017
my day is very busy, I'm at a desk helping residents and families and anyone else who needs my assisstance. I 've learned so much at this job, from computer skills, to imputing medications,, I love working with a diversity of people, it keeps things interesting, and its fun to learn about different cultures.I guess the hardest part about the job is finding time to spend talking to the residents, I try to give them as much time as they need, but you know theres not enough hours in a day! lol The most enjoying part of my job is the co-workers and the residents, they make my day! they make me smile and really care that I'm there to help them in any way they need.they are always first.
Corporate (Former Employee) – Newport Beach, CA – July 3, 2017
Vintage was a fantastic company to work for and I was proud to be a part of a great group of people. I was given many opportunities to grow and improve my leadership skills during my time but unfortunately it sold to new management.
Server/Hostess (Current Employee) – Mission Viejo, CA – May 12, 2017
This position was a good platform to move forward and allows for excellent interaction with residents and other members of the team. Fast paced and allows for workers to have a variety of different events to work on.
Cashier (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – August 17, 2016
Don't work there pay is not good raise 20cents a year the most is 40 cents youll get management not good The newALD coordinator not good doesn't know what he is doing he takes more smokes break than what he works. short staff over worked everyday.
If I could rate Resident care ,I would give them 2 stars. :)
Cook (Former Employee) – Gardner, KS – August 19, 2015
This place is more worried about causing drama than they are caring for residents. In the short time I was employed there,they had about a dozen serious falls and 4 deaths..Sad.My mamma will NEVER have to go here!
Activity Aide/Volunteer (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – January 20, 2015
As aides you're supposed to interact with the elderly. Ensure that they try and participate in singing, reading, playing soft golf, and what ever events that the staff carries. Depending on the hour I also help with feedings.
The biggest skill I've learned would be to have patience and compassion for the elderly.
I didn't have co-workers. I would volunteer alone. However, the staff was friendly and eager to help with anything that I needed.
Activity Director / Activity Assistant (Former Employee) – Encino, CA – February 5, 2014
A typical day was creating calendars and flyers, creating a newsletter, interacting with the seniors, calling bingo, relieving the receptionist at breaks and lunch and managing the driver and my assistant.
Vintage Senior Living (Former Employee) – Mission Viejo, CA – January 19, 2014
Vintage Senior Living was to me the single greatest experience of my life so far. From experienced gained to simply the relationships and bonds formed Vintage has changed me in a very positive way. Being hired as a dining room supervisor with next to know managerial experience I found myself very nervous, but bursting with excitement at the opportunity to excel with a company with an abundance of growth. An average day for me would start at 7:45 AM and end at 4:30 PM. After Arriving and clocking in i would immediately go in to the dining room and begin my daily routine as far as keep up with resident satisfaction in the dining room. I would help the servers as needed while controlling the flow of service during all meal services. After service I would assign the servers specific task sheets according to their sections during service. Lunch service began at 11 AM and typically ran until 1:30 PM daily. after lunch service, depending on the day of the week, I would be setting up for a happy hour that my immediate supervisor and I implemented to try and give the residents something more to do with their afternoons. The happy hour drinks would range from fine wines to crafty mixers, as well as a nice arrangement of non alcoholic options to margaritas with quesodilla on thursdays. The management team was as energetic and excited as I have ever seen as far as the urge to keep up positive moral for employees and residents. The most exciting part of my job at Vintage was in 2 parts. I was the first employee to receive the employee of the month award without being an employeemore... for at least 1 year. I recieved the award in my 5 month at Vintage senior living.less
Previous Employee (Former Employee) – Sonoma, CA – August 20, 2012
Vintage Sonoma is a beautiful property and has a good local staff; however, Vintage Senior Living struggles w/ corporate management issues and is unstable. Upper management creates a stressful work environment.