Team Members dressed in red for "Openness", celebrating CROFT Values Week!
We need your hugs! You’ll find more than a job at Great Lakes Christian Homes, an affiliate of Greencroft Communities. It’s a place where connections are forged with our wonderful seniors and amazing staff. Work here, for the best of your life!
Great Lakes Christian Homes has been part of the community for many years and we’re known for our strong faith based values. We can’t wait to meet you!
E-mail HR@greatlakesch.org for more information.
Offering the best perks!
- Smart Small Dollar Loans
- Discounted Ticket Program
- Discounted Fitness Membership
- ReadyPay Today (Daily Pay Program)
What's in it for you?
- Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) Program
- Employee Paid Critical Illness
- Life Insurance with Voluntary Options
- Flexible Spending Account (Medical and Child Care)
- 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan with Generous Employer Contribution
- Meal Discounts
- Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
- Bi-weekly Payroll/Direct Deposit
- Sign on Bonus
- CNA Certification (Training Provided by Greencroft)
- Leadership Development
- Ongoing Education/Certification
- Career Progression
- Education Assistance Program
“I love working with the residents! They appreciate all we do, so it's rewarding for me to make their day brighter. It's a lot of fun.”
Gina Recreational Services Supervisor
CROFT Values Week
Employee Benevolence Fund
Gina Martin believes in paying it forward. She received help when she needed it, and now she helps others whenever she can. Gina began working for Greencroft Goshen five years ago. During her tenure, she experienced some personal problems of her own, including financial hardships. Her manager helped her apply for a gift from the Employee Benevolence Fund. Each campus has its own fund, managed by the Greencroft Communities Foundation, and the process to apply is straightforward. To be eligible, an employee must have worked at their campus at least one year. They must be in good standing with no disciplinary actions or excessive absences. “I was so grateful,” Gina said. “It helped me climb out of a hole.”