Join Our Team
Are you committed to doing your job to the best of your ability? Do you take pride and interest in your work? If you answer “Yes” consider becoming a member of the team at Langton Green. Our success is a direct result of the efforts of our staff, and we welcome your interest in working with us on a caregiving team or in an administrative role.
We want our staff to feel comfortable, satisfied, and secure working for one of the finest agencies in our field. We encourage our staff and offer ongoing training and professional development. When our staff are satisfied, they convey their positive attitude to the individuals we serve.
What is it like to work at Langton Green? Watch our video and discover if working at Langton is right for you. Langton is a welcoming community and our staff are among the finest professionals in the region.
Dedication and commitment to the needs of the individuals receiving services ensures that they may live their lives with dignity, greater independence, and overall quality of life. We set high standards for our caregiving teams and all other employees at Langton Green. Come grow with us!
“I always wanted to make an impact on the lives of others, but I didn’t know how I wanted to do that until I started working at Langton Green. This was my first job out of college, and I’ve been here almost 10 years! I have seen the individuals that I help make great improvements in their lives, in big and little ways. But fulfillment to me comes every day —as much as they’re getting from me, I’m actually receiving from them.”
— Shaneika Johnson, Langton Green Employee
Want to help adults with intellectual and other disabilities learn to live independent, full and healthy lives?
Consider joining the team at Langton Green, an Anne Arundel County based residential community serving men and women aged 21 and older. Our direct-care professionals work one-on-one with residents, helping them to learn new skills, participate in activities that interest them, and serve as productive, contributing members of the community.
Langton Green is a leading employer in the community. We employ approximately 300 staff and offer opportunities for training and advancement. We provide more than 100 hours of training for our staff. We offer hands-on, personal, customized care. Our dedicated and highly skilled staff make this possible.
The training program is thorough and ongoing; education is crucial for success at Langton Green.
Yes! After qualifying, full-time employees may access health, dental and vision insurance; paid life insurance, holidays, and annual, personal and sick leave; and a 401(k) plan. Part-time staff may access personal leave after a specified period.
At Langton we have a variety of caretaking positions with flexible weekday and weekend schedules. We have morning, afternoon, evening, and overnight hours available during the week and on weekends. Full and part-time schedules are available.
Langton Green encourages applicants to discover our employment opportunities and what it means to help our residents thrive. We pride ourselves on training our staff and promoting motivated staff from within our organization. Our employment opportunities often range from entry to director-level. Langton Green offers fantastic benefits and compensation. All of our staff receive extensive training –more than 100 hours. As a plus. . . our staff even enjoy surplus produce from the Langton Green Community Farm in season!
Langton Green has outstanding team of skilled professionals –who are carefully screened and vetted through multiple interviews, written exams, criminal background checks, and drug screenings. In addition, once a staff member joins our team he or she is required to complete more than 100 hours of training – on essential, positive behavior support, Medication Technician- Training Program (MTTP), and other Maryland Board of Nursing certifications. Our caregivers are special people, but more importantly they are certified professionals who are passionate about the quality of life of our residents.
Employees on our team take caretaking and administration seriously. Each person we serve needs different supports and the work is personal and customized to meet each individual’s needs. Our staff play essential roles—everything from direct care, transportation, and monitoring medications to vocational training for team projects like the landscape crew and farm harvest and developing inspiring events and activities. Our staff provide a warm, welcoming community to our residents and retirees. This does not include our extensive network of volunteers –-who are also a dedicated part of our community.