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Careers that care
We believe in helping people live the GoodLife. With the right resources, life is full of possibilities. Join us in our work to redefine what's possible for seniors and people with disabilities.
Perks of Working with GoodLife
Discover a friendly work environment, unique and traditional schedules, health care benefits, matching 401k, career development (including paid training), paid time off and a meaningful career.
What to Expect When Applying
We love that you want to make a difference. After you submit your application, our staff reviews it. If you are a potential fit for an open position, we’ll contact you for an interview to learn more about you and your interest in GoodLife.
Come work alongside the most innovative minds as we redefine what’s possible for independent living.
Career Development and Training
Our goal is to keep employees engaged, learning and achieving throughout their career. Starting on your first day at GoodLife, we provide relevant, comprehensive, and hands-on paid training for all of our staff. GoodLife recognizes that our staff are the heartbeat of our organization and we love to promote from within.
“Working at GoodLife is far more than a job. It is an enriching, life-changing experience and a path to a rewarding, exciting career.”
“One of my greatest joys is coming into a resident’s home and seeing them smile at me. It means everything to know they trust me to take good care of them. To serve a purpose to someone is what is necessary in my life to be fulfilled.” Nancy H.
“GoodLife direct care professionals, family teachers and professional neighbors not only support individuals at home and in the community, but also act as advocates in communicating their needs, self expression and goals.”
Professional Family Teaching Model (PFTM)/Shared Living
PFTM/Shared Living homes are a supported living arrangement where an individual, couple, or family share their home with a person who has an intellectual or developmental disability. This setting closely replicates a private home experience to maximize the individual’s independence and quality of life. Providers are pre-screened, professionally trained, and carefully matched with an individual. If you are interested in additional information about this program, we'd love to hear from you.