It is with pleasure that we welcome you to Lutheran Homes of South Carolina for your next possible place of employment. From its beginning, great pride has been taken in the selection of employees to provide quality services to our residents, patients, and clients. We feel certain that you will find the Lutheran Homes of South Carolina staff friendly and ready to help you in any way possible.
We cannot impress enough that this institution has an excellent reputation for caring. Uppermost in our employees’ mind is the welfare and happiness of each of our residents, patients and clients. Therefore, compassion and empathy is reflected in all the services we render to those who come to us for care and services.
Lutheran Homes of South Carolina, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace.
Thank you for your interest in employment with Franke at Seaside. Franke at Seaside is a non-profit, faith-based active and supportive retirement living community of Lutheran Homes of SC. Open employment positions are listed in the Sunday edition of the Charleston Post and Courier, on www.charleston.net, and on www.monster.com.
Click here to fill out an online Lutheran Homes of South Carolina application.
Lutheran Homes of South Carolina is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without discrimination on the basis of age, color disability, national origin, race, religion, sex or any other status protected under state and federal law.
Our Hiring Process
We’re happy that you are considering joining our team. Your acceptance of our conditional offer of employment starts the pre-employment process. This process can take up to ten days.
The Pre-Employment Process has the following steps:
- Pre-Employment Physical
- Drug Screening
- Two-Step PPD Test (Tuberculin Skin Test)
- Background Report
o Employment History Verification
o Verification of all applicable licenses
o Criminal Record
Once you have successfully completed all steps of the Pre-Employment Process, you will be scheduled for New Hire Orientation by the Human Resources Department. The New Hire Orientation may vary in length for different departments. Plan on the New Hire Orientation being anywhere from 3 hours to all day. During the New Hire Orientation you will need to bring important documents, such as your driver’s license and other forms of identification.
Once you have completed the New Hire Orientation, you will then be scheduled for your departmental orientation. If you have any questions during this process, do not hesitate to contact the Human Resources Department at your community or program.