Continue Your Service in Senior Living
Perhaps you’ve administered IVs, dressed wounds or checked vital signs as a medic. Or maybe you’ve fed hundreds of your shipmates on the mess decks and dining facilities or serviced aircrafts on the flight line. Your military experience, forged in basic training, advanced training courses and duty stations, both on base or out at sea, is valuable. And at Brookdale, you’ll find various job opportunities where you can leverage your skills and experience into a fulfilling career.
"One of the most important sentiments of leadership that I learned in the United States Marine Corps was service. Service to my country & service to my fellow Marines. At Brookdale, service to our associates & service to our residents has remained an important leadership trait. Each day I am thankful that I have the opportunity to share these leadership traits to help us all become better servant leaders."
"Being in the military is like a family, and I enjoy talking to our resident veterans about all the different aspects of military life."
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As a company dedicated to supporting our communities, it is important that we also support our employees serving their communities. That's why Brookdale offers leave entitlement to eligible military personnel, spouses, children or parents to help address certain qualifying exigencies.
Because Brookdale has communities located across 41 US states, you can often easily transition to another community should you need to move. Contact your Human Resources Business Partner for more information.
Brookdale recognizes your invaluable experience. We understand the military has invested time and money into developing you as a leader and manager. We also know you can quickly pick up new skills and concepts and understand management structure. Many of our veteran associates find that the skills they gained during their time in service can directly translate to working in hospitality, healthcare, operations, and more.