Silverado Jobs & Careers in Houston, TX

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5 days ago

Assistant Administrator/Administrator in Training

Silverado Senior Living Houston, TX

• Experience: Two years of general management in long-term care or related field. A successful track record indicating a working… Silverado Senior Living


10 days ago

Housekeeper

Silverado Senior Living Houston, TX +3 locations

• Other: Ability to read, write and speak English. Must be comfortable working in an environment with pets and assisting in the care of community… Silverado Senior Living


13 days ago

Maintenance Assistant

Silverado Senior Living Houston, TX +3 locations

• Other: Must have a valid driver license, good driving record, and current auto insurance… Silverado Senior Living


10 days ago

Personal Attendant/Caregiver

Silverado Senior Living Houston, TX

• Education: High school diploma, GED or educational equivalent preferred. Certified Nursing Assistant or Home Health Aide certificate highly… Silverado Senior Living


10 days ago

Personal Attendant/Caregiver (Live

Silverado Senior Living Houston, TX

• Education: High school diploma, GED or educational equivalent preferred. Certified Nursing Assistant or Home Health Aide certificate highly… Silverado Senior Living


19 days ago

Inside / Outside Sales

Silverado Senior Living Houston, TX

• Education: Bachelors degree in Marketing or related field preferred. Reading, writing and verbal communication skills a must. • Experience… Silverado Senior Living


10 days ago

Caregiver - At Home

Silverado Senior Living Houston, TX

• Education: High school diploma, GED or educational equivalent preferred. Certified Nursing Assistant or Home Health Aide certificate highly… Silverado Senior Living


6 days ago

Hospice Liaison/Outside Sales

Silverado Senior Living Houston, TX

• Other: Strong time management skills. Proven ability to manage a sales territory and… Silverado Senior Living


3 days ago

CHHA/CNA/Hospice Aide

Silverado Senior Living Houston, TX

As a caregiver you will provide support to patients in a meaningful way to add value to their lives.This position includes driving to our various… Silverado Senior Living


11 days ago

Caregiver/CNA - Memory Care Community (ALL SHIFTS)

Silverado Senior Living Houston, TX +2 locations

• Experience: No experience required, although one or more years of experience working in long-term care is desirable. Knowledge and experience… Silverado Senior Living


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    Used to be a better company to work for prior to all it's growth.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Houston, TX

    I have been working at Silverado part-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    The residents, the families and most floor staff.

    Cons

    Expect you to work long hours and not great with compensation with time off if you work over your 43.86 hours a week that is expected of leadership. They used to really be a company with high morals, that lived by its standards and Love over fear, but that is no longer the case. It all comes from fear and if you do contact HR thru the 800 number and tell them your name or even if you do not they record your voice and report it to your supervisor and then they find some reason to get back at you. It is so sad because there are so many associates that really care for the residents and families but corporate only cares about making money and the census and not the residents or families or its associates. As much as it says it does, and that you can talk freely at town hall or to leadership, you can not with out retaliation. It is best to just do your job, love the residents and family and keep your thoughts and opinions to yourself, because if you voice any concerns you are on their black list and will not last long.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Walk the walk and do not always just trust your leadership team members word for it, but interview the whole team when a situation arises. Follow your company values and live the LOVE>fear motto, because when you come down for announced visits all it is prior to the visit is fear fear fear for days. make pop in visits and at off times and weekends and talk to floor staff and families. Then also talk to leadership one to one and not just floor staff during town halls. Surprise visits would really open your eyes to what your communities really feel like. Your panned HR responses to this is funny we will see if you really take any of my suggestions.

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