Having a positive work environment and knowing that our work makes a difference is what we all want. Somerby at St. Vincent’s One Nineteen located off Highway 280 is one of those places where you can feel good about the job you are doing—helping others.
What Is Somerby St. Vincent’s One Nineteen?
Somerby at St. Vincent’s One Nineteen is a senior living community that offers independent living, assisted living, memory care, respite care and therapy to their residents on the campus. The company also eases the minds of families and caregivers and assures them that their family members are well cared for and are part of the community campus they call home.
Advance Your Career While Giving Back
The company’s mission is to impact the lives of residents, their families and associates each day. Somerby at St. Vincent’s One Nineteen is locally owned and operated so they have a vested interest in our area. The staff and residents at Somerby at St. Vincent’s One Nineteen consider themselves one big family who work together in making Somerby at St. Vincent’s One Nineteen not only a home, but a warm and spirited community.
“Giving back to our seniors is the reason we do what we do,” said Executive Director Carolyn Katterjohn. “It is a pleasure and honor to work at Somerby. Our blessings come from knowing we serve the seniors in our community every day.”
Grow Your Career, Help Others
Chris Moore began his job as a line cook at Somerby at St. Vincent’s One Nineteen eight years ago and since that time, he has moved up to become head chef of the Somerby at St. Vincent’s community.
“Somerby is a place where you definitely have the opportunity to grow your career,” Moore said. “One of my team members started out as a dishwasher, and now he’s a sous chef.”
“Here, we work together as a family, and we have each other’s back. If you work hard and are disciplined you have the opportunity to advance with a company that is dedicated to its employees’ growth! I go home at end of every day feeling good about the work we do.”
Country Club For Seniors
Somerby at St. Vincent’s One Nineteen has four current positions available for those who want to work in an environment where making a difference in the lives of others is part of the fabric of the company. The dining department not only cooks meals for the residents, but also caters big events throughout the year.
“I refer to work we do as, it’s almost like we are working in a country-club for seniors.” added Moore.
If you would like to hone your food service skills while working in a family-friendly atmosphere that enriches the lives of others, apply today!
The Chef/Manager will oversee staff, menu planning, production documentation, temperature logs, and sanitation in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines and regulations.
The Line Cook is responsible for preparing and plating meals in a timely fashion according to menus and recipes approved by the executive chef and in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines and regulations.
Dining Room Server
A server waits on tables in the restaurant, keeps the restaurant and service areas clean and assists with special functions. A server supports the dining service department’s mission of delivering quality service. Must know how to handle food within food safety guidelines.
As porter you will be responsible for removing trash from the building, cleaning carpets (new professional carpet machine) and setting up tables and chairs for various community events. Other duties, on Sundays when maintenance staff is not available, include: changing light bulbs, batteries in smoke alarms and toilet plunging.
Coming Full Circle
The staff and residents take pride in Somerby at St. Vincent’s One Nineteen community and often give back to each other. Later this summer the residents will fill backpacks and give them to the children of the staff members.
“We are dedicated to our community, and we are looking for people who are passionate about serving to join our journey, the Sombery journey, to serve seniors who reside on our campus.” said Katterjohn.