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As with any job, there will be stressful moments. But, overall, the rewarding aspect of our mission far outweighs anything else.

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Since our founding in 1922, The Good Samaritan Society has been driven by a mission to share God's love with seniors and others in need. We've built an amazing team of caregivers, leaders, volunteers and supporters who all believe in our mission - to make sure those we serve always feel loved, valued and at peace. We provide a collaborative healthcare setting, faith-based mission and a commitment to quality care and service.

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The Good Samaritan Society offers a wide variety of positions and shifts, as many of our locations provide 24-hour care.

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The interview process varies about function and the responsibilities of the role you are applying for.

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The hours vary depending on the position and the number of hours associated with that position (full-time, part-time, etc.) If you are interested in learning more about the hours for a specific position, please reach out to the location where you are interested in applying.

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Chronically understaffed. Locked dementia unit housing 25 residents with one charge nurse and only two CNA's. Constant fights between residents, constant falls and NO HELP.

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More staff, improve management. I do not believe having so many facilities in small towns is an accident. It is brilliant because you can under staff and mistreat employees because there is little competition.

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Employees enjoy being part of a family, offering love and compassion to residents as part of a dedicated and diverse care team. Our staff also says they feel loved, valued and at peace working for the Good Samaritan Society.

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The Good Samaritan Society offers an attractive, employee-approved benefits package for qualifying full-time and part-time employees that includes paid time off (PTO).

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Our care settings require adequate staffing every day of the year, including Christmas. Each team handles holiday hour coverage slightly differently.

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