Desert Winds Assisted Living
Overall Rating 2.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Shaleen Rodenborn★★★★★ 5 months ago
My mother lives here, the staff is wonderful to her, the building is always clean and her food choices are very good.
Kiloh Smith★★★★★ 7 months ago
Desert Winds Assisted Living advertised for a Marketing Director on a major job board (Indeed). I submitted my resume. I was called in for an interview and was told that they were "keenly" interested in meeting with me. I have a Master's in business, healthcare experience, etc... I took four hours out of my day to prepare for this interview, get groomed and dressed, drive there. I was ushered into a room occupied by one young lady and an older, Eastern European or German, lady. I handed the older lady my folder of three resumes, cover letter, reference letters. The older lady said: "So, what can you do for us?" I briefly went over my education, experience and postulated a few ideas for them. The older lady said: "We are really just looking for 'somebody' to lease our apartments." She asked what my salary requirements were; I told her. I then asked what the salary requirements were for this position and the older lady said: "A lot less." I asked her for a specific and, believe it or not, this old German broad refused to tell me. Then she told me that I was "over qualified." She reiterated that the organization was really just looking for "'somebody' to leasssse the apaaaaaartments". I said to her: "So you're really seeking a Leasing Agent. You should have put that as the Title and Job Description." I reminded her what the median salary range was for a Marketing Director in Maricopa County and stated that this could have all been avoided by a more effective job listing and interview screening process. The older lady said: "I am sorry that you were 'inconvienenced' but this is our process." She said 'inconvenienced' in a sarcastic manner. I replied back: "So, this is your 'process'? Just bring people in for one job and then tell them it's really another?" I took back me resumes and left. I would like to note that the old, German or Eastern European, lady was not a friendly person at all. The young lady acted embarrassed about the whole thing but remained silent. All in all, a joke of a job interview on many levels. A total waste of my time. This probably is an indicator of how much they care for people.
Alisha Anderson★★★★★ a year ago
Their customer service is horrible. The person who answers the phone doesn't sound like she even wants to do her job. I was transferred all over the place and had to explain to them how to do their job. I wouldnt trust them with my parents or any other family member for that matter. Not perfessional at all.
|Facility Type||Assisted Living Center-Directed|
|Facility Type Code||1J1|
|License Effective Date||2014-11-01|
|License Expiration Date||2015-10-31|
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