Working at Stanley Total Living Center is a rewarding career as we minister to and serve others in their golden years. We invite you to learn more about opportunities at our facility.
At Stanley Total Living Center, we have an overarching Biblically-based philosophy that governs our relationships with employees.
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Luke 6:31
Stanley Total Living Center is always accepting applications for all positions and shifts, including:
- Certified Nursing Assistant (7am – 7pm shift)
- Licensed nurses (RN or LPN) (7am – 7pm shift)
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In addition to the government required benefits such as Social Security, Worker's Compensation, State Disability, FMLA and Unemployment Insurance, Stanley Total Living Center provides a wide range of elective benefits.
Stanley Total Living Center will provide educational assistance/loans to all eligible employees who have completed 365 calendar days of service in an eligible employment classification. To maintain eligibility employees must remain on the active payroll and be performing their job satisfactorily through completion of each course.
Eligible employees should complete a loan application form which will be reviewed by the Board of Directors for approval. Individual courses or courses that are part of a degree, licensing, or certification program must be related to the employee’s current job duties or a foreseeable-future position in the organization in order to be eligible for educational assistance. Stanley Total Living Center has the sole discretion to determine whether a course relates to an employee’s current job duties or a foreseeable-future position.
403(B) Savings Plan
STLC has established a 403(B) savings plan to provide employees the potential for future financial security for retirement. To be eligible to join the 403(B) savings plan, you must complete 12 months of service. You may join the plan only during open enrollment periods.
Eligible employees may participate in the 403(B) plan subject to all terms and conditions of the plan. The 403(B) savings plan allows you to elect how much salary you want to contribute and direct the investment of your plan account, so you can tailor your own retirement package to meet your individual needs. STLC also contributes an additional matching amount up to 4% to each employee’s 403(B) contribution.
Payroll Deduction for Uniform Cost
STLC has a uniform company to set up in the building every few months as a convenience for employees. Employees may purchase uniforms and have the cost of the uniforms deducted from their pay over four pay periods rather than pay for the uniforms out-of-pocket.
Employee Benevolence Fund
STLC maintains an Employee Benevolence Fund through a separate account known as Mercy Ministries. The goal of Mercy Ministries is to maintain the facility mission of “a ministry of compassion” and the personnel philosophy of “do unto others as you would have them do unto you—Luke 6:31”. The Employee Benevolence Fund is intended as a last resort for an employee facing financial hardships during times of personal crisis such as illness, injury, or death.
Up to 3 days of paid bereavement leave will be provided to eligible employees with at least 90-days of service.
All regular full time employees are eligible to participate in medical, dental, life, vision care, short-term disability, and supplemental medical insurance plans. Eligible employees may participate in the insurance plans subject to all terms and conditions of the agreement between STLC and the insurance carrier. In addition, a $25,000 life insurance plan is provided to each full time employee, paid for by Stanley Total Living Center.
Jury Duty Leave
Stanley Total Living Center encourages employees to fulfill their civic responsibilities by serving jury duty when required. Jury duty pay will be calculated on the employee’s base pay rate times the number of hours the employee would otherwise have worked on the day of absence minus the amount paid to the employee by the court systems. Only full time regular employees qualify for paid jury duty leave.
Paid Time Off
The Paid Time Off (PTO) policy combines vacation, sick, and holiday pay into a single program that provides eligible employees greater control of their time off. It is intended as a reward for past service and to provide sufficient rest/relaxation so that the employee may remain physically and mentally refreshed, which is essential to the overall job performance of all employees.
During the weeks that a field is being nationally recognized (Nurses, Dietary, Nursing Assistants, Housekeeping, Administrative, etc.), each department at Stanley Total Living Center is recognized as well through week long festivities.
Extra 1% with Annual Review for Hourly Employees with 10+ Years
Hourly employees who have 10+ years of service and meets ALL expectations on their annual review will receive an additional one percent raise. If the employee does not meet all expectation on their annual review they will only receive the percentage that they earned.
Annual Services Awards
All full-time employees who are celebrating their 5, 10, 15, 20, 25…etc. anniversary for years of service will receive a complimentary bonus on the next pay after the anniversary occurs. The bonus is calculated by multiplying the years of service times $20.00 for each year they have served. For example, a person being recognized for 15 years of service would receive a $300.00 check.
All part-time employees who are celebrating their 5, 10, 15, 20, 25…etc. anniversary for years of service will receive a complimentary bonus on the next pay after the anniversary occurs. The bonus is calculated by multiplying the years of service times $10.00 for each year they have served. For example, a person being recognized for 15 years of service would receive a $150.00 check.
Any and all non-exempt employees who are scheduled to work any of the (7) recognized holidays will be paid at a rate of 1 and ½ times their regular hourly rate. For example if you normally make $15.00/hour, and work a recognized holiday, your hourly rate for that day would be $22.50.
The (7) recognized holidays are:
§ New Year’s Day
§ Easter Sunday
§ Memorial Day
§ Independence Day
§ Labor Day
§ Thanksgiving Day
§ Christmas Eve/Day
Benefits eligibility is dependent upon a variety of factors, including employee classification. Human Resources or each employees Department Manager is available to assist each employee in identifying the programs for which they are eligible. Details of many of these programs can be found elsewhere in the employee handbook.