Work where you make a positive difference in people’s lives!
Join the Dunwoody Village team!
Dunwoody Village’s excellent reputation among area continuing care retirement communities is due in large part to the dedicated, talented, and caring team members who provide exemplary care and service to our residents. We are always interested in meeting people who share our commitment to excellence and want to join our team.
The health and safety of our team members and residents are our most important priority. With this in mind, we do require that all Dunwoody Village employees be vaccinated against COVID-19 and Influenza. Exemptions based on religious beliefs and qualifying medical reasons will be considered.
Dunwoody Village is an equal opportunity employer and recognizes the benefits of a diverse workforce.
Code of Conduct
Dunwoody Village’s Code of Conduct is the foundation of our Compliance and Ethics Program and discusses the importance of:
Care Excellence – providing quality, compassionate, respectful, and clinically-appropriate care.
Professional Excellence – maintaining ethical standards of healthcare and business practices.
Regulatory Excellence – complying with federal and state laws, regulations, and guidelines that govern healthcare, housing services, and other services we provide.
To view Dunwoody Village’s Code of Conduct, please click here.
Dunwoody Village is proud to offer a competitive and comprehensive menu of benefits. Our full-time employees enjoy a choice of 3 medical plans (with a generous portion paid by Dunwoody), dental insurance, vision insurance, company paid short-term disability insurance, company paid long-term disability, company paid life insurance, tuition assistance, a very generous time off package, an employee referral program, a bi-annual appreciation bonus funded by our residents, a SEPTA discount program, and a 403(b) retirement plan with competitive company match….not to mention a great workplace where employees are treated with respect of their time, their opinions, their backgrounds, and their interests.
Part-time employees enjoy earned vacation time, the bi-annual appreciation bonus, flexible schedules, and eligibility for our referral bonus program.
Dunwoody Village is an equal opportunity employer and greatly values the benefits of a diverse workforce.
Volunteers play a valuable part in enriching the lives of Dunwoody Village residents and they bring a unique energy to the entire community. By contributing time, special skills, and a caring heart you can make a difference and enhance the quality of life of older adults.
At Dunwoody Village, volunteers have the opportunity to make new friends and to encounter new experiences, skills and challenges. Most volunteers commit to an ongoing number of hours per week or per month. Volunteering is an excellent way to brush up on job skills before returning to the workforce. We also encourage high school and college students to consider us for a work experience internship.
If you’re interested in becoming a volunteer, we will send you an application package, or you can download a volunteer application form. A minimum commitment of three months or 40 hours is required before a volunteer will be accepted for placement.
Depending on your time, interests, and skills, Dunwoody offers a wide variety of challenging and fulfilling volunteer positions. Typical roles include assisting the Recreation Department with meaningful and engaging programs in Dunwoody’s Skilled Nursing, Personal Care and Memory Care areas.
- Arts and Crafts
- Gardening and Flower Arranging
- Holiday Special Events
- Baking and Cooking
- Men’s Club
- Cards and Games
The steps to becoming a volunteer include:
The Transparency in Coverage (TCR) machine-readable files (MRFs) provision requires health plans and plan sponsors to make in-network and out-of-network machine-readable files available to the public on their website beginning July 1, 2022.
These files must be opened using a specialized .JSON file reader. If a .JSON file is opened using a standard business application (such as Microsoft Word), the file contents will appear as a large series of alphanumeric characters (similar to .HTML code) that will not be able to be clearly read or understood.
These files are meant to be used by researchers, government entities, and data aggregators to develop comparative data across health insurance issuers. They are not intended for use by health plan members, employees, or non-technical business users.
For Dunwoody Village’s unique link to this data, click here.