Join our ministry of caring.
FT, 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.
FT 2nd Shift
PT or PRN all shifts
Nurse aides are responsible to assist our elderly residents with activities of daily living. Our aides typically are assigned 8-9 residents (1st and 2nd shifts) or 12 residents (3rd shift). Must have current PA certification or have completed an approved nurse aide training course and be eligible to take the certification exam. Must enjoy working with elderly residents and be able to incorporate our mission and philosophy into daily care.
PRN All Shifts
PCAs assist our personal care residents with activities of daily living. High school diploma or equivalent required. Current CPR and First Aid certifications required. Must be able to work independently, have excellent time management skills and enjoy working with the elderly. Must be able to incorporate our Mission and Philosophy values into daily care and services. Must also complete and pass the Direct Care Staff Person Training Course and Competency Test which is free and available online at http://services.dpw.state.pa.us/pch_comptest/
Part time as needed (PRN) - 1st and 2nd shift
Full time may be considered, depending on availability
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.
"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