History and Vision of The Company
Headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, Erickson Living, is a leading developer and manager of 20 senior living continuing care retirement communities (CCRC), across the US. Our scenic campus settings in 12 states are home to more than 24,000 residents. Erickson Living is the proud employer of close to 15,000 dedicated – more...team members who share a commitment to service and adding more quality to the life of the residents we serve. Our career paths span the healthcare, hospitality, business/finance, sales and marketing, and human resources professions and our strong growth strategy will continue to provide future opportunities at all Erickson Living communities.
“We share our gifts to create communities that celebrate life.”
Erickson Living helps people live better lives. We strive to be the most valued and trusted leader in senior housing and services through operational excellence, integrated senior health and wellness and a commitment to the Erickson Way culture and values.
Why Work for Erickson Living
Beautiful, scenic campuses that foster health and wellness. A steadfast focus on helping our residents live life to its fullest and creating opportunity for all our team members. A motivating environment that inspires you to be and do your best, every day. You’ll find countless avenues for training, development and advancement. And, we’ll support you with comprehensive ever evolving benefits, like Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), tuition reimbursement and volunteer time. Erickson Living will empower you to make the most of your talent and compassion, while you bring your professional goals to life. – less
Written by Bartender and Server (Current Employee) from Ashburn, VA on September 3, 2019
Again, the place is Ok and the pay is terrible. Management, and Wait Staff for that matter, turns over quickly. Within my first two weeks working there the General Manager of Dining Services was fired, and little explanation was given by the Division Manager.
Ambitious and condescending employees are not held responsible for the behaviors which supersede - more...