Careers at Noble Horizons

Join Our Outstanding Staff at a Beautiful & Progressive Retirement Community.

We provide good hourly wages, paid holidays, sick time, personal time, vacation time and a pension plan.


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To Schedule an Interview with the Director of Nursing

Call Molly Tanner, R.N., Director of Nursing: (860) 435-9851, ext. 128

R.N. Wellness Coordinator - 35 hours, M-F

RN/LPN - Per Diem

If you are an exceptional R.N. with long-term care experience and outstanding clinical skills, we'd like to talk to you about an opportunities at Noble Horizons, known for excellence in nursing care and rehabilitation.

You'll enjoy the following benefits:

• shift differentials
• no mandated overtime
• no-lapse insurance coverage
• compensation commensurate with experience
• supportive management
• one-on-one orientation
• an attractive, positive, respectful work atmosphere

CNA Positions

3-11 and 11-7 openings.

You'll enjoy the following benefits:

• full time, extra hours available
• shift differentials
• competitive wages
• supportive work environment
• comfortable orientation
• uniform allowance
• reciprocity reimbursement
• scholarship assistance for careers in nursing

Call Director of Nursing Molly Tanner, R.N. at 860-435-9851 or


Responsible for routine housekeeping, special housekeeping projects as assigned and emergency housekeeping tasks as they occur. Please stop at the Wagner Reception desk and fill out an application or call Laurie Frey, at (860) 435-9851, or email


Kitchen and Dining Aide

If you are cheerful, hard-working and flexible, we have a job for you! Hours will include weekends and evenings.

Great part time job, good hourly wage. If you are interested in working at a beautiful, progressive retirement community, please stop at the Wagner reception desk and fill out an application. EOE/AAE

Call Joe Thibodeau, Director of Dining Services at 860435-9851 or

Helen O’Malley

"So often in this world we forget to say thank you when good deeds are done. The care than my parents received was a blessing for them and for my brother and me, letting us all continue for as long as we could a rich and loving life."

- Helen O’Malley, Daughter of former residents


Lisa Dahoney (Downey) Riley

"While visiting my mother in Whitridge, I grew very close to the nurses, her fellow residents and their families. So I became a volunteer in Whitridge, spending two hours there every Saturday. It’s the sense of community, of family that keeps me coming back."

- Lisa Dahoney (Downey) Riley, Daughter of a former resident and volunteer