Our commitment to a Culture of Excellence means we connect the dots to our mission and our values in all we do. It’s a transforming experience for our team members and the communities we serve.
Work with purpose and impact.
We hire people who have a passion for work with purpose and impact, who strive for excellence through outstanding care and service to our residents and customers, and who have fun doing it.
You can make an impact.
If you want to work for a mission-driven organization, you’ll experience our values in action. Whether you are a nurse who wants more connection to the people you care for, a homecare aide who enjoys directly caring for older adults in their home, or an operations or administrative professional who works to support our people and our operations. We all make an impact.
Driven to make a difference.
Our goal is to improve the health of every single life we touch be delivering the highest quality care and patient safety. We are looking for people who have a passion for working with older adults and who are driven to make a difference in the lives of older adults every day.
Every day, this team makes a difference.
Our nursing assistants and home care aides provide valuable care and connection to our residents and customers. Each day these team members realize our mission of enhancing the lives of older adults.
Dining & Culinary Services
Serving up great food and person-centered care.
Our communities provide many culinary options, from fine dining to bistro-style and grab-n-go options. We’re looking for people who are committed to high standards of service and culinary excellence. It’s all part of providing a great customer experience.
Expect the unexpected.
Our growth means we have expanded beyond traditional back office roles. Our team includes digital marketing and SEO, data analysts working in Power BI, business services consulting, and more.
Working with Purpose and Impact. It’s Transforming.
It’s all about teamwork.
Meet Rebecca, Concierge.
I am a part-time Concierge at The Rivers, where I have been working for over a year. Working with seniors has helped me realize that I love and enjoy being part of a community that is kind. Here at The Rivers it is all about teamwork that makes every day a better day.
Marketing pushed forward.
Meet Stephen, Digital Marketing Coordinator.
I started in 2018 as an intern while I finished my marketing degree at the University of Washington. After graduating, I transitioned to a full-time Digital Marketing Coordinator role. The culture here is very supportive of my growth overall. I have a lot of freedom to work on projects the way I think makes sense, and then bring my work forward for collaboration and input.
I’m part of a very forward-thinking organization where we’re trying to push forward what this industry is doing in marketing into all aspects of digital marketing, such as social media, digital advertising, search engine marketing, and search engine optimization.
It’s rewarding to take on projects the way I see fit and use technology or software to evolve our marketing approach.
Meet Jomo, Nursing Assistant.
I’ve worked at Heathers Manor for nearly seven years, and no time was as challenging as the past year. Those uncertain times ignited a special strength in many people, including the team at Heathers Manor. We remained resolute to provide excellent care to our residents and to shield them from the pandemic.
Our “all hands on deck” teamwork paid off greatly! The coronavirus fought hard but our team fought even harder and won! Everyone played their role effectively and efficiently. The domino effect of complete teamwork and countless efforts by all of our team, and the leadership of our Executive Director, kept us on track.
Opportunities to grow and learn.
Meet Megan, Assistant Executive Director.
I began my journey with Transforming Age in December 2019 as a Community Relations Director at The Rivers in Burnsville, MN. My primary focus was marketing and sales, and then recently I moved to my current position as Assistant Executive Director at Waterford! This opportunity has been one of growth, continuous learning, and the creation of some amazing new relationships with staff and the residents.
One of my favorite parts about working with seniors is the opportunity to sit down and simply listen. They are truly the best storytellers, with so much wisdom to pass on. Transforming Age has provided me with numerous opportunities to grow as a professional and I am thankful to be a part of this wonderful team!
A caring career path.
Meet Jasmine, Culinary Director.
I was hired for my first job at Tradition (in Brooklyn Park, MN) in May of 2009 at the age of 16. I quickly realized I loved working with seniors and being able to help them. As the years passed I progressed my way through the department slowly getting promotions and small awards. Looking back almost 12 years now in 2021, I never imagined I would still be working at the place I love and in the position I am in running the department.
Counting on being helpful.
Meet Jason, Senior Accountant.
The most rewarding and challenging work I do in my role at Transforming Age is forming relationships of trust with our wonderful team members who serve our residents face to face every day. The culture here allows everyone to see the potential that their individual role can have for good in the lives of our residents. We really do have the best team to take on the ever growing challenges and possibilities of enhancing the lives of Older Adults.
Getting it right for customers.
Meet Eric, Sous Chef.
Making food for people is instant satisfaction. Each plate you serve can make or break a person’s entire demeanor before it is even tasted. As a Sous Chef for the past four years at Transforming Age, it has been my great pleasure to look my customers in the face –morning, noon and night –so I want to get it right!
All of our guests have great ideas for the menu, and even recipes to share that I may never have thought to include in the meal plan. We have made dinners solely designed by our residents with a public nod to them in particular. One resident queried on about Lucille Ball’s favorite food, a Waldorf salad with fresh raspberries, which prompted a month of “famous favorites” recipes inspired by entertainment greats.
A family like environment.
Meet Stephanie, Senior Accountant.
I’ve been with Transforming Age since 2012. I was hired as Staff Accountant to focus on all billing for our CCRCs in Washington and to work on special projects. I was promoted to Senior Accountant role in 2016, then took on Treasury/banking responsibilities, tracking our system occupancy and all billing for WA communities. We’ve grown so much but we’ve stayed connected. Working here is more like a family environment and it’s all because of the people.
A calling to caregiving.
Meet Kathryn, Nursing Assistant.
I have been with The Rivers for 6 years and counting. I knew my calling was in caregiving when I was 16 taking care of my uncle on hospice. Transforming Age has been a big part of my life as I love the residents and think of them every day. Fulfilling their daily needs is a huge passion of mine and what makes them happy makes me happy. Seeing a smile on their face feels so rewarding. I value my job and the staff that I work with. We are a good team!
Hard work paying off.
Meet Emily, Financial Planning Manager.
When you work hard here you’re definitely recognized. I started as a senior accountant and then was promoted to financial analyst and then manager within 3 years. I’ve seen many employees promoted from within. If you have good ideas and are willing to put those ideas into action, you’re listened to, and that’s a really positive aspect to working here.
Working with Purpose and Impact. It’s Transforming.
We’re growing and we need capable and compassionate team members who want a career on a path of service, learning and meaningful impact.
Working with purpose and impact. It’s transforming.