This is what work should feel like.

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Making a workplace you’re excited for.

The Castlewood and its employees strive to make work more than just a place to clock in and out. It takes a special person to work in senior living, but the rewards far outweigh the challenges. Are you the right person for The Castlewood?

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Supporting one another.

If we don’t have one another’s back, then we won’t excel in any aspect. We not only offer competitive pay to our employees, but we provide a plethora of benefits that will help you thrive both inside and outside of our workplace. See what we offer!

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What’s the word.

We can boast about our work environment until we’re blue in the face. And trust us, we have. But you’d much rather hear it from those who walk the walk every day. Find out more from other Arrow employees!

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Who is Arrow Senior Living?

Learn how a ragtag team of consultants went from traveling to distressed senior communities to managing properties across the continental U.S., and find out how our experiences shaped our core values and unique management style.

After spending 14 years in healthcare, I finally found my home with Arrow Senior Living 4 years ago. I started at The Fremont Senior Living as the Business Office Director and knew my heart was at the right place early on. The community is like no other I have worked for. Its home-like environment is not just for the residents but for the team members as well. From day one you embrace the core values and you see how they impact residents quality of life. Arrow is a great company to grow with – it promotes within and the employee appreciation, incentives, and benefits are just a bonus on top of making residents and team members smile. I have become lifelong friends with this team, and I can happily say I love my job and enjoy coming to work. I look forward to working with Arrow for many years to come.

—Mandy Wilks