Why Work at RiverWoods?
RiverWoods is committed to maintaining its reputation of providing community and peace of mind through quality and compassionate care. The care we provide for our resident’s is guided by our philosophy of providing each person with an opportunity to achieve and maintain their optimal wellbeing throughout their life. Leadership encourages an innovative mindset, critical thinking skills and a sense of humor. We take our positions seriously but not ourselves.
Riverwoods Exeter is currently seeking a Per Diem Campus Services Driver - flexible evening and weekend hours - 2 to 3 days a week. Starting pay $13 and up depending on CDL with passanger endorsement.
At RiverWoods, you can expect to find a fun, energetic and friendly team of people who enjoy working together and creating excellence for our residents. If you are looking to work for a company that will make you feel like you are part of the family with benefits to enhance your well-being, then come to RiverWoods. Whether this is your first job or you’re looking for a rewarding career, RiverWoods is a GREAT place to work!
We are committed to providing peace of mind not only to our residents but also to our staff. We offer a variety of benefits intended to enhance the well-being of our employees and their family members, and we are continuously evaluating new and innovative options for benefits, resources and programs to help employees manage their health, wellness and developmental goals. At RiverWoods, you have the opportunity to be your best self
Benefits for All Employees
Riverwoods is the Seacoast's premier life care community, offering three levels of care - independent, assisted living and skilled nursing. Founded in 1994, our non-profit organization is dedicated to the belief that growing older should enhance, not diminish the opportunity for a productive and rewarding life. Here, you will have the opportunity to work in a bright, attractive and vibrant community and enjoy a thriving long-term career.
OUR CORE VALUES: Mutuality• Authenticity• Not for Self • Respect for the Individual• Sustainability
As a member of our Campus Services Team, you will be responsible for the safe and timely transport of residents, guests and staff between campuses, to appointments in the local area and throughout New England. Other functions of this position include assisting with room set-ups for special events, ability to learn our audio/visual equipment, maintaining daily concierge & vehicular logs and ensuring the interior and exterior of the vehicles are kept clean and presentable at all times. The ideal candidate must be able to lift at least 30 pounds consistently, push 100 pounds of force occasionally and provide quality customer service with a positive attitude and commitment to teamwork while meeting the needs of residents, staff and visitors. CDL license not required. Prior experience working with the elderly population is a plus.