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Lantern Hill in New Providence to host Job Fair, May 9

Lantern Hill's Leadership Team recently welcomed the community's first positions available. Credits: Lantern Hill

Lantern Hill to Host Job Fair, May 9 -- $1000 sign-on bonus for RNs

What: Job Fair-- HealthCare and Hospitality

When: May 9, 2017, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Where: Lantern Hill Retirement Community, 535 Mountain Ave, New Providence, N.J.

Are you looking to work at an amazing and beautiful new senior living community in Union County? If so, don’t miss Lantern Hill’s Job Fair – May 9, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Lantern Hill, a new Erickson Living retirement community in New Providence, New Jersey, will hire more than 50 employees in the next few months.

Some of the key positions include:

•             Continuing Care: Registered Nurse (*$1000 sign-on bonus for RNs), Clinical Manager, MDS-RN, Clinical Liaison, LPN

•             Dining: Kitchen Dining Utility / Dishwasher, Prep Cook, Line Cook, Sous Chef, Wait Staff

•             Resident Services:  Fitness Coordinator, Hospitality Associate, Security

•             Facilities: Housekeeper, Facilities Coordinator

The event will be held at Lantern Hill, 535 Mountain Avenue, New Providence, New Jersey.

Interested applicants should apply online at and contact Michael Shao, Recruiter at: to confirm their arrival time at the Job Fair.

Lantern Hill is a brand new, distinctive Erickson Living continuing care retirement community in New Providence, New Jersey. Lantern Hill employees experience an exceptional work environment, competitive pay, and comprehensive benefits. Erickson Living strives to be the most valued and trusted leader in senior housing and services through operational excellence, integrated senior health and wellness, and a commitment to the Erickson Way culture and values. Some of the many resident amenities include three onsite restaurants, fitness center, transportation, 24-hour concierge services, secure underground parking and a theater.

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