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Thank you for your interest in Atria Senior Living. If you have questions or are having issues submitting your online application, you've come to the right place. Check our Frequently Asked Questions section below.

I'm having trouble narrowing down the list of open positions. What's the easiest way to search for open positions near me?

Narrow down your search by selecting options in the "Category", "Position Type" and "Location" drop-down menu fields. In the "Location" field, select the "ZIP Code" option and enter your ZIP code to see open positions closest to you.

How do I check the status of my online application?

To check on the status of your application, log back in to your profile. On your dashboard, you will see your "Past Job Submittals", which will provide the status of your application submission. You will know you successfully submitted your application when you see a "Received Submission" status. This status will change if a Hiring Manager is reviewing your application. You can also contact the community you applied to and inquire about the status.

I previously created a profile with Atria, but I can't remember my login name or password. How do I retrieve it?

On the Careers page, click on the "Returning Candidate? Log Back In!" link to be taken to the login page. Click on the "Reset Password" link to enter the email address you used to create your profile. You should receive an email with your login name and a new password. If you initially created a profile with Facebook, Google+ or LinkedIn, you will not need to input a login name or password. Simply click on one of the social media buttons to sign in via your account.

I'm having trouble uploading my résumé. What do I do?

If you are applying for one of our Community Support positions, résumés are not required to complete the application. Check the format and size of your document if you are getting an error message when uploading. You may also need to check your Internet connection. If your connection is slow, the site may time out before your résumé is able to fully upload. You can log back in to your profile and upload a résumé at a later date if your current résumé is not quite ready to be submitted. Keep in mind that you can also apply through one of your social media accounts.

When I move to the next page of the application or when I hit submit, I get kicked out of the application. What happened?

Check your Internet connection. If the page appears to be loading, your Internet connection may be too slow. Try completing your application on another device or on a different Internet connection. It's also possible that your session may have timed out. Please log back in to your profile and select the "Continue Application" button to finish up your application.

Does Atria accept volunteers? Will volunteer opportunities be posted on the Careers page?

Please reach out to the Atria community nearest you to see if they offer volunteer opportunities. Volunteer opportunities will not be posted on the Careers page. To find the community nearest to you, click here.

Are you trying to upload your résumé through email?

In order to accept your résumé you must apply through our careers portal. Due to the large volume of applicants we cannot provide updates on the status of your application through the help email. If you have applied online we will do our best to follow up with you as soon as possible.

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Atria is an equal opportunity employer. Atria provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other classification protected by applicable law. Atria also does not condone or tolerate an atmosphere of intimidation or harassment based on these protected classifications. We require the cooperation of all employees in maintaining a discrimination-free and harassment-free work environment.