As a 2022 Top Workplace, Danbury’s team is proud to attract and develop talented individuals who care deeply about the residents who live in our communities. We believe in supporting our whole community—our residents and those who work with our residents, and everyone who supports that work—every job matters, and every person shapes the spirit and heart of our communities.
Danbury Senior Living communities have many opportunities for individuals to join our team, no matter what their level of experience. If you want to work in a Top Workplace, there is almost certainly an opportunity for you here!
Caring for the Whole Person
There are many different types of nurses and caregivers at Danbury that each require a varying degree of experience. If you are a nursing student, an LPN, or an STNA, Danbury offers you an exceptional environment to practice your trade. Even those who have no professional training but have a heart for caregiving can join our teams as resident care companions. Our family is committed to quality care and professionalism, maintaining the dignity and respect of each of our residents as we care for their whole person.
You don’t have to have a nursing background or care provider training to make a difference at Danbury. All you need is heart and a passion to serve. Outside of the hands-on care that is so vital to senior living communities, there are many, many other people who help make Danbury a special place.
Danbury employs chefs, maintenance workers, managers, life enrichment specialists, administrators, marketing managers, dining servers, bus drivers, housekeepers, and more.
Experience the Danbury Difference
Our team members join a family when they join their Danbury community. It’s important to us to treat each other like family. Danbury offers a wide range of perks, including employee recruitment bonuses, advancement opportunities, tuition reduction at area higher education institutions, and an on-demand pay option. Full-time employees have access to benefits including short-term disability, long-term disability, life and AD&D; medical, dental, vision, additional voluntary life, and additional voluntary AD&D; 401(k), paid time off, paid holidays, and tuition reimbursement.