Join our ministry of caring.
FT 2nd/3rd Shift Float
PT or PRN also available
Responsibilities include overseeing the care provided to our residents by Team Leaders (LPNs or RNs) and nurse aides, assessing and evaluating the condition of residents, admitting and discharging residents as necessary, consulting with other disciplines including therapy and physicians re: resident status and care, communicating with families of residents as necessary, ensuring adequate staffing for the facility, required documentation, etc. Must be able to direct employees in performance of their duties. Must enjoy working with elderly residents and be capable of incorporating Mission and Philosophy values into daily care and services. Current RN license required. CPR certification required (can be provided by facility if not current).
PT or PRN positions available
Responsible to manage a unit of 18-24 residents, including supervision of the care provided to our elderly residents. Primary responsibilities include medication administration, treatments, and documentation. Must enjoy working with the elderly and be supportive of incorporating our Mission and Philosophy values into daily care and work environment.
Part time as needed (PRN) - 1st and 2nd shift
Responsible for food preparation, set up of dining rooms, serving meals, clearing tables after meals, washing dishes and pans, etc. Must be knowledgeable of food sanitation and safety procedures. Must be comfortable working with and interacting with elderly residents. Must be able to incorporate our Mission and Philosophy values into daily services provided to our residents.
Full Time 1st/2nd Shift Float
Responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of the facility including residents' rooms, nursing units, work areas, offices, common areas, and restrooms. Duties include dusting, disinfecting, vacuuming, buffing, etc. Laundry aides are responsible for sorting, washing, folding and delivering clean laundry to units. Every other weekend off. On the job training will be provided.
"Your care and many acts of kindness truly can be described as 'compassionate care.' It was such a comfort to know that she was treated as someone unique and worthy of respect."
- Denise Rodaniche