A Great Place to Work

Each of our staff members plays an essential role in helping our residents have their best possible experience at Belmont Village and we think it’s important that our employees have their best experience, too. Our goal is to build dedicated teams who serve our residents with knowledge, compassion and respect, and who love coming to work every day. We’re happy to say that those who join us tend to stay – we have some of the longest tenured employees in senior living.

As a company, we put a high value and emphasis on employee learning and we offer growth opportunities at every level through our development programs. From new hire orientation to ongoing in-services, staff members receive training in our culture and standards in addition to specific training for their service areas. They also learn about the aging process, to help them gain a deeper understanding of our residents and their needs and preferences.

Based on our annual survey, 92.8% of our employees say that Belmont Village is a good place to work and 94% of our residents say Belmont Village is a good place to live. We think there’s a connection.


  • Rising Stars initiative identifies and mentors employee talent and creates career paths for growth and skill development
  • Executive Director in Training program recognizes and fosters growth of future leaders over time, with guidance of proven professionals
  • Custom training programs developed and supported by dedicated corporate training department
  • On-site training by expert managers, with licensed trainers for special sessions
  • 40+ hours orientation for all new hires with a competency/skill validation process
  • Advanced dementia training for all staff, extra training hours for direct care team
  • Internal certification program for memory care
  • Monthly in-service training for all employees
  • Blended training methods reinforce learning and support different learning styles
  • Earned Argentum’s 2016 Commitment to Quality Programming Certification

Theodore Burfict


“My service made me who I am; it taught me to lead and it taught me to listen. My family got to be a part of different cultures and have experiences that many people only read about – I appreciate that.”