Rewarding Careers Where Your Voice Matters
Trousdale Living Communities offers a diverse array of positions, ranging from direct patient and resident care to maintain cleanliness in their rooms, preparing delightful meals, and overseeing administrative responsibilities. Take a moment to envision your future with Trousdale Living Communities!
Explore the Benefits of Working with Trousdale Living Communities!
At Trousdale Living Communities, we prioritize the career development of our employees. We offer a range of programs and opportunities designed to enhance your skills and help you advance in your professional journey:
- CNA Courses
- Administrator In Training (AIT) Program
- Director of Nursing In Training (DON-IT) Program
- Wound Care Certification
- Specialized Certifications for Therapy, Activities, Social Services and Human Resources
- Medpass Certifications
- Alzheimer’s All-Star Program
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Paid Training
- Monthly Inservices
- Departmental Inservices
- Recognition and Incentive Programs
- Advancement Opportunities
- Leadership Development
Your Voice Matters
All do often, companies become so large and layered, that individual voices may not be heard. At TLC we insist on transparency, only accomplished through support and communication. Suggestion boxes, Annual Evaluations, Employee Town Halls, Employee Engagement, and Social Media are a few of our favorite ways to hear your voice. Bad News? It’s Inevitable. It’s life. We want to know what’s going well, what is not going well, and what we can do better. Your voice makes a difference. It changes lives.
It’s not uncommon for the regulatory rules in healthcare to overrule innovation and creativity. AT TLC we create ways to find, support and adopt innovation. Certainly technology plays a role in today’s innovation, but so do relationships and teamwork. If we are not moving forward, we are slipping backward. Talking with no action is not our identify.
- Employee of the Month and Employee of the Year Programs
- Customized Scheduling
- Free Housing (where available)
- Professional Growth Tracks (Internal Promotion)
Employee Relief Programs
- The Employee ‘Heartship’ Relief program -Funds are collected in dedicated accounts to support employees when devastating and extraordinary situations occur in their lives that create unexpected financial hardships. For example: Uninsured losses for damage to their residence caused by fire, flood, criminal action or other disasters. The Heartship Relief Program also supports personal eviction, medical, Utility shut-offs and access to food and needed prescriptions.
- Scholarships- Funds are collected in a dedicated account to empower employees to pursue their educational goals and advancements with the intent of providing an even higher level of skilled care for our residents.
- Free Housing – Where available, new hire employees working full time in good standing are eligible for Free Housing for up to one year. Our goal is to assist those in need of housing and employment.
It’s like coming home every day when coming to work. We are one big family here at the Palms.
– Kelsey Whidden
I have been here over 39 years. I love helping the residents and I love this company.
– Tammy Angeletti
It’s satisfying being able to assist families with community resources for there loved ones.
– Wesley Wall
I enjoy working for Friendship Village because I adore my residents. I also enjoy working here because I love the staff, especially Management Staff. We all have a great rapport and work as a team together, which makes caring for our residents a much more enjoyable task. ☺
What I really enjoy about coming to work every day is the impact and relationships I have developed with both the residents and the staff. Finding someone that that they can trust to share their issues with, and someone they can rely on, makes what I do worthwhile. This is a wonderful place to work, and I see nothing but positive and great things in the future for Friendship Village.
I started working here in 2007 out of necessity. It has been a choice to stay because the culture of family runs deep at Friendship Village. The residents and staff become like family. It truly is a privilege to come to work each day and serve the residents.
– Elaine Walter
Why I Love Friendship Village –My Supervisors saw the potential in me and encouraged me to learn, nurtured my growth and have given opportunity to advance internally throughout the organization. The bonds I have formed here are life long and there is a closeness that can only be described as a feeling of family. The work is rewarding knowing you make a difference in someone’s life each and every day.
I enjoy working at Friendship Village because of the family atmosphere among staff and residents. Everyone from hourly employees to management works as a team to ensure we give our residents the quality of service they deserve.
I enjoy being a huge part of assisting families and staff growing as a family. Helping others grow skills from learning the basics to becoming personally their best self in whatever they wish to become.
Recognition and Incentive Programs
Medical, Dental, Vision and Supplemental Benefit Options
About Our Company
Trousdale Living Communities (TLC) is the realization of Tom Johnson’s long-time vision. Tom’s career in Long-Term Care began in 1975, coinciding with the birth of his daughter Sarah, who has Down Syndrome. This led Tom and his wife Judy, a Registered Nurse, to recognize the similarities between caring for seniors in a Long-Term Care setting and individuals with intellectual disabilities. They believed that the best way to provide Long-Term Care was through a nonprofit model. In 1990, Tom became the Chairman/President of the Trousdale Foundation, Inc., a unique dual-purpose nonprofit organization. Starting with one Skilled Nursing Facility and two home health agencies, Trousdale Foundation grew to include more facilities and a Home Health Agency.
By 2018, Trousdale Living Communities (TLC) was established as a nonprofit management company overseeing a group of communities in Ohio, Wisconsin, Florida, and Tennessee. In 2005, Tom and Judy founded the Trousdale School in Tennessee, a post-secondary school for high-functioning adults with intellectual disabilities. Their dedication to improving the lives of their daughter Sarah and seniors has been a lifelong passion. We are committed to delivering our patients and residents exceptional, compassionate care and fostering purpose-filled lives.
Our Vision focuses on People, Purpose, Care and Community.
Serving and caring for our residents is at the heart of our organization. We thrive to be kind and gentle with the needs of our seniors, understanding that this stage in life is a delicate one in so many more ways than one.
We recognize the importance and necessity for our residents to remain mentally and physically active. Empowering and encouraging purpose to their lives is fundamental to our philosophy. We want our seniors to remain active, happy, healthy and as independent as possible, for as long as possible.
We endeavor to deliver high-quality, compassionate care. Preserving our residents’ dignity in a clean, safe, and trusting environment is at the core of our mission.
We strive to forge long-lasting relationships and strong ties to the communities we serve. After all, we are the ones taking care of our neighbors’ loved ones and employ their residents.