Join our Community
Do you have a passion for helping others?
Cedar Community serves men and women age 55 and better in Washington and Sheboygan counties. With four campus locations in West Bend, one in Elkhart Lake, and Cedar Community at Home serving adults wherever they call home, our team members are the heart and soul of Cedar Community.
Cedar Community is one of the premier employers in the West Bend and Elkhart Lake areas, with outstanding benefits for our team members. We offer medical, dental, vision and life insurance, 401K, Flexible Spending Accounts, and long-term and short-term disability insurance. We also offer paid time off, holiday pay, discounts on meals and pharmacy items, access to our beach area, pool, wellness programs, fitness center and various discounts at local retailers.
262.306.2124 or 800.804.3500
$6000 for qualifying LPN/RN positions
$2000 for qualifying CNA positions
As Washington County’s third largest employer, we offer excellent benefits:
- Tuition reimbursement
- Job advancement
- Flexible schedules
- Referral bonuses
- On site Urgent Care Clinic free to team members
- Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) training classes
- Walking trails to enjoy
- In-house pharmacy with discounts
- Cafe and gift shops
- Beach/lake house rental
- Fitness center
Kim started in Cedar Community’s dining services department at the Cedar Lake Health and Rehabilitation Center in 2006. In 2012, she transferred to nursing and currently works as a resident assistant in our assisted living facilities.
“When I started at Cedar Community, I was only 16 and still in high school. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do yet, career-wise. After working in the kitchen and closely with residents, I decided I wanted to give being a Certified Nursing Assistant a try. It turns out I really enjoy it!” says Kim. “I worked at two other facilities while still working in the kitchen. I personally created a ‘family’ at Cedar Community, though, and so I preferred to stay at Cedar Community. I personally feel like I am making a difference in residents’ lives. My advice is to just be open to your options and do what’s best for you!”