Employment Opportunities at Holly Residential Care Center
Are you a professional caregiver? Do you want a work environment where everyone is respected, and the people you care for are treated with tenderness, patience, and love? Holly Residential Care Center is that place.
We’re not like other care facilities. The work is similar to other care facilities, but this place is very different. Smiles are everywhere. You are part of a team where everyone pitches in, from the owners to the most recent hires. Where your supervisor has actually done your job, and knows your challenges.
If you’re just starting out — or if you’ve been in the caregiving profession for years — this will be your favorite place to work. Apply today.
I want the care here to be done so well, that loved ones can go home and rest knowing that their loved ones are cared for and about.
-Mary Ellen Riley, RN
What We Offer
- Full Time
- Part Time
- Medical and Dental Benefits after 60 days (over 30HR/week)
- Opportunity for advancement
- $1 shift differential for Noc
- Respectful work environment
- Clean and sanitary environment
We are located in Eugene Oregon; however, our referrals come from all over the United States. We are unique in that we cater to a younger population, we have an active and vibrant atmosphere.
- Family Owned and Operated
- Approx. age of residents is 55
- We are known for superior quality and pride ourselves on that fact
What Our Employees Say
A Facility That Cares
It is a facility that cares for the residents in all aspects of their daily lives. It is also a family-owned business, not run by some big, impersonal corporation from out of state. “A Facility That Cares”
I Get to Make a Difference
I love working at Holly Residential because I get to make a difference in people’s lives each day I work. I feel Holly Residential Care Center really cares about people. “I Get to Make a Difference”
Bringing Smiles to Their Faces
I enjoy working around the residents, talking with them, and bringing a smile to their faces. “Bringing Smiles to Their Faces”