Spring Hills Senior Communities
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About the company

Picture of Alexander C. Markowits, President/CEO, CEO of Spring Hills Senior Communities
Alexander C. Markowits, President/CEO
Company size
1001 to 5,000
$25M to $100M (USD)
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There are 2 Spring Hills Senior Communities jobs close to Ashburn, VA. You can check out other available jobs at Spring Hills Senior Communities.


Centreville, VA

$12 - $13 an hour
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15 hours ago

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Exercise Physiologist (sign-on bonus!)

Leesburg, VA

$25 - $30 an hour
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30+ days ago

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Salary estimated from 279 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Home Health Aide
$11.90 per hour
Registered Nurse
$36.01 per hour
Licensed Practical Nurse
$21.75 per hour


Home Health Aide
$11.90 per hour
Nursing Assistant
$12.53 per hour
Licensed Practical Nurse
$21.75 per hour

Personal Care & Home Health

$12.28 per hour
In Home Caregiver
$19.25 per hour
Dietary Aide
$10.03 per hour

Administrative Assistance

$11.95 per hour
Office Manager
$47,736 per year
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Work & Life Balance


Employee in Dayton, OH
on January 26, 2020
You should be very careful of those you talk to there. Very shady management. They keep terrible staff, which makes the “good” staff feel unappreciated, overworked and wanting to leave. There is definitely no work life balance! Constantly being short staffed causes those that really, truly, care about the residents, to feel obligated in working doubles, extra shifts and all staff gets is a $25 bonus
Customer Relations Sales Coordinator - Tax Credit in Alexandria, VA
on August 11, 2020
Garbage horrible terrible horrific non supportive worst company worked you to death underpaid no training treat people bad racist no advancements Don’t work there!!!!!
Team Member in Princeton, NJ
on August 7, 2020
Breath of fresh air!
This community is alive again as Spring Hills has arrived to manage operations and direction of this formerly underrated assisted living community. Now a great feel. Longevity. Great work/home life balance.
Nurse in Middletown, OH
on April 18, 2020
Great place to work.
Clean, beautiful, great residents and staff. Everyone works together as a team to get things done. Convenient location. Very caring staff, employee happiness is important to company.
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) in Middletown, OH
on March 24, 2020
This is the worst nursing job I've ever had. Management is terrible and only concerned about filling beds. This is supposed to be an assisted living but they take anyone, appropriate or not. The director of nursing is completely incompetent. It's scary. Staffing is dangerously low and management clearly doesn't care. This is a great place to lose your nursing license.
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Interview insights

Insights from 14 Indeed users who have interviewed with Spring Hills Senior Communities within the last 5 years.

Favorable experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

What skills I have to attain this position. What schedule I was available to work. How many hours a week could I work. If I wanted part time or fill time., etc.

Shared on August 2, 2018

How do you overcome obstacles to your goals? What makes a Team Successful? What is your preferred mode of communication?

Shared on January 16, 2018

It was a long time ago, but the questions focused on resident centered care.

Shared on February 23, 2017
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