My Concordia Career: Tera Seniow’s Story

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The Concordia Team is comprised of many talented and compassionate employees who have graciously served our mission in a variety of ways – and we are excited for you to meet these fantastic individuals. Let us introduce you to Tera Seniow!

Tera began her Concordia career as the Receptionist to the Business Office Manager at Concordia at Ridgewood Place (in Plum Borough) in June of 2010 and was later promoted to Business Office Manager, the role she currently holds.

When we asked Tera to sum up Concordia in one word, she said “fair.”

“Concordia is consistent and fair in their practices. All employees are treated with the same respect regardless of title. This is a great aspect of Concordia and one of the reasons I choose to work for this organization.”

Tera cited other reasons for why she has chosen a Concordia career.

“Concordia provides a pleasant work environment. The benefits are great and employee-centric – there are many employee perks throughout the year and the wages are competitive. There is a lot of room for advancement at Concordia and they have an excellent focus on career growth and development – I feel they want their employees to succeed.”

Tera’s favorite memory is Concordia’s Annual Christmas party.

“The Christmas parties are always fun. It’s nice to be able to see employees from around the organization that you don’t often get to see on a day-to-day basis.”

In her free time, you will find Tera hanging out with her family and friends. She enjoys playing softball and mowing the lawn.

When we asked Tera what motivates her to succeed, she had the following to say.

“My willingness and desire to continue to learn and grow motivates me to succeed.”

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