Community Life Associate

Watermark Retirement Communities Dallas , TX 75225

Posted 2 months ago

Watermark Retirement Communities has been a leader in the senior housing industry for over 30 years, and our commitment to a strong, positive culture is a significant part of how we achieve that industry leadership. When you walk through the front door of one of our communities, you can feel something special there. This atmosphere comes from a culture of personal, authentic human connection. We invite you to be part of a team where you are encouraged each day to slow down, see the value in every person, and build connections. As a Watermark associate, you will touch lives and create stories, but what you will receive far exceeds what you will give. We are proud of the talented and nurturing associates that have chosen to work for Watermark, and we honor each of them. Join a company that celebrates people, their stories, and their meaningful interactions-because every interaction matters

We are without a doubt the most premier retirement community in the area, and are a dream come true for an experienced Community Life Associate. At a Watermark Community our community life associate does so much more than what the title reflects. Our community life team comes from a variety of backgrounds including theater, art, music, fitness, education, event planning and recreation. We are looking for incredibly talented people who can plan and execute a well-rounded, refined program that will give our residents the opportunity to continue to thrive, no matter what! We are committed to resident health and wellbeing and we want our ideal candidate to support a wellness centered program. For us it is about working with people who take great pride in their work. We are looking to meet people who agree that providing a comprehensive community life program our residents will gain many benefits and continue to thrive.

Does that sound like you?

We are currently looking to hire people who want to make a positive impact and to be a great representative of our operating principles. Your job should provide a sense of accomplishment, joy and gratification. We can provide that for you! Our community life associates will not only have the opportunity to provide extraordinary services but will also have time to develop meaningful relationships with our residents.

If you have a passion for working with seniors and you are have experience as a community life associate, we look forward to meeting you!

Job Requirements

  • 2 years experience in preparing and implementing Activities preferred

  • Able to work weekends and holidays

  • Degree in therapeutic recreation or related field a plus

  • 2-4 years' experience in resident programing preferred

  • Passion for seniors

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Computer literate

What we can provide for you:

  • Excellent Benefits

  • Holiday pay

  • Training and continuing education

  • Comprehensive onboarding program

  • Coaching and mentoring

Watermark Retirement Communities, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran/LGBTQ - proudly embracing diversity in all of its manifestations.

Watermark Retirement Communities, Inc. is not accepting unsolicited assistance from search firms for this employment opportunity. All resumes submitted by search firms to any associate at Watermark or its affiliates via-email, the Internet or in any form and/or method without a valid written search agreement in place for this position will be deemed the sole property of Watermark Retirement Communities, Inc. No fee will be paid in the event the candidate is hired by Watermark as a result of the referral or through other means.


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Community Life Associate

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