Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices is a vibrant, faith-based, not-for-profit ministry founded in 1912, serving older adults throughout Ohio. Otterbein provides a variety of lifestyle choices that respect independence, and enhance the quality of life and holistic growth of older persons. These include independent living, wellness senior services, adult day care, assisted living, skilled nursing and rehabilitative care, home health and hospice.
Otterbein is known in the community for its high quality care. As an STNA, you are essential in enhancing the lives and nurturing the growth of older persons. By providing high quality service in a cheerful, timely manner, you make a positive difference in the lives of those we serve.
Free Meal during shift or stipend
Variety of Work Schedule options
Employee Sponsored Fund to help employees in need
Additional Benefits with qualifying hours:
Paid time off
Free usage of our fitness center at select Otterbein sites
Health, dental and vision
Life insurance Tuition reimbursement
401(k) with match
Communicates a sense of caring, concern, and dignity for residents
Provides residents with choices and decision-making opportunities
Assists residents with activities of daily living
Shares information concerning care of residents so other health services staff will be kept informed
Works and communicates effectively within a team environment
Education: High school diploma/GED;
Certification: STNA training program;
Good documentation, communications and interpersonal abilities;
Able to use tools and equipment required.
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Otterbein Senior Lifestyle ChoicesCompany Description:
Conceived in compassion and inspired by foresight.
One man had a bold dream. Dr. J.M. Phillippi of Lebanon, Ohio, dreamed that his church, the United Brethren, would one day create a home for the aged and orphaned.
In 1912, he acted on that call in a way that, to his church, seemed reckless. Even irresponsible.
Without its approval, Dr. Phillippi committed United Brethren to the purchase of 4,000 acres of a former Shaker settlement near Lebanon. The price: $325,000—40 million in today’s dollars. You can see why the church trustees gave him a sound verbal lashing!
Looking back, it all seems ordained. The leaders of that once-influential Shaker settlement, then called Union Village, must have shared his vision. Perhaps they saw it as an extension of their own “hands to work, hearts to God” ethos. They had 75 prospective buyers—but chose Dr. Phillippi.
A peaceful religious sect dating from the 1780s, the Shakers today are known for their ingenuity and cultural contributions. Especially their style of music and furniture. But they didn’t believe in procreation. They built their commune with the souls God sent their way. By 1909, the celibate Shaker population had dwindled to 26. And the village was sold.
Rather than dismantle the Shaker legacy, United Brethren preserved it. Today, Otterbein’s Marble Hall, built by Shaker craftsmen, is a national treasure, attracting history enthusiasts from around the world.
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