Careers at Chestnut Knoll at Home in Gilbertsville, Pennsylvania

Careers at Chestnut Knoll at Home


If you would like to work in a positive environment and use your talents and experience to make a difference in the lives of seniors, we'd love to hear from you! At Chestnut Knoll at Home, you’ll be a part of a dynamic and talented team dedicated to the highest standards of excellence and quality of care. You’ll also be supported by an industry leading organization that is committed to quality services and treating people with dignity and respect.

Our Mission is based on 3 key principles:

  • We strive to create a culture of support and compassion through positive and respectful interactions among residents, their families and our staff.
  • We challenge and inspire the best people.
  • Through our direct efforts, our residents will enjoy a longer period of independence, a compassionate level of care, and overall greater sense of usefulness and purpose.

Chestnut Knoll at Home’s culture and philosophy are based on the simple concept of allowing respect and dignity to guide our interactions with residents, families, vendors and each other. This unleashes the energy of our people to enrich the lives of our residents and create and sustain a positive work environment. We are then able to create an environment where our staff can unleash their potential to attain their highest levels of job performance along with their highest sense of job satisfaction.

Team Member Testimonial


I began working for Chestnut Knoll At Home during college. At that point, I was interested in a career in health care but had never consistently worked with patients. My experiences as a caregiver ended up profoundly shaping my future career decisions. The people I met and the stories I was privileged to hear inspired me to apply to medical school, and I was supported the entire way by the team at Chestnut Knoll. As I’ve gone through medical school at the University of Pennsylvania, the skills and experience I gained, as a caregiver, has been invaluable. While working for Chestnut Knoll At Home, I learned the value of listening to our patients. I learned that aging is difficult and that it can be made better by a network of people who care. I’ll be graduating from medical school in a few months and will be entering ophthalmology residency, where I hope to continue working with the same population of patients I first met as a caregiver. I know I would not be where I am today without Chestnut Knoll At Home.