Do you have the desire to create a purposeful and fulfilling environment for senior living residents? Our goal is simple -- to make a positive difference in our residents' lives by creating a special place where they can thrive and families can have peace of mind. That place is AVITA - the Next Generation of Senior Living! We are looking for qualified, enthusiastic applicants with memory care experience.
If you love to provide quality care, have a high energy "can do" attitude, are goal oriented and work well independently as well as with a team then we would love to hear from you!
We want the best so we offer the best:
Vacation Time and Personal days
Paid Holidays and Sick time
Medical, Dental, & Vision Insurance to qualified associates
401k with Company Match.
Tuition Reimbursement, Ongoing Education (CEU's), In-services
Associate Awards & Appreciation-we have FUN at work!
Job Summary for CNA - HHA:
Ensure that resident's needs of daily living are met by providing personal assistance such as, but no limited to, assisting residents with bathing, dressing, serving meals, washing and drying laundry, visiting with residents, and attending to other resident needs as they arise.
Essential Functions of the CNA - HHA:
Performs group and individual activities (structured and impromptu) in activity spaces, common areas and in the resident's room to support resident desires and as directed.
Responsible for a range of personal assistance duties which may include: bathing and dressing residents, medication reminders, assistance with household chores and other personal needs defined by the resident's care plan.
Responsible for assistance with meal services to the residents which may include: escorting residents to and from the dining room, delivering trays to residents.
Responsible for washing and drying the personal laundry of residents, and assisting with other daily living household tasks.
Provides companionship to the residents through social visits, and daily conversation, encouragement to participant in activities, escorting if necessary, and helping to create a warm and supportive community atmosphere for residents
Has complete understanding of Emergency Procedures.
Responds immediately to any witnessed or potential medical emergencies by taking appropriate action, calling for assistance, and notifying supervisor immediately.
Maintains a daily log, documenting in written form the resident assistance services performed each day. Communicates via resident log any notable changes, deletions, additions in resident services to next shifts.
Observe and report any significant changes in resident behavior or health to supervisor.
Be courteous always to residents, remembering their rights to dignity and confidentiality.
Perform additional assigned duties at the direction of the Resident Care Director or other supervisors.
Adherence of Non-Negotiables
Adheres to and carries out all policies and procedures.
Maintains confidentiality of verbal and written information pertaining to residents, facility operations, and personnel.
Establishes and maintains constructive working relationships with coworkers, residents, families, and visitors.
Promotes teamwork in the provision of services for residents.
Be a proponent of the community, its mission and all it represents.
Reports on-the-job injuries and or grievances to the supervisor before the end of the shift on the day the injury occurs.
Minimum Eligibility Requirements for the CNA - HHA:
Certified Nursing Assistant, Home Health Aide, or completed State-required training
Requires the ability to communicate in English both orally and in writing
Ability to communicate effectively with residents, families, staff, community officials and the public
Must have compassion for and desire to work with the elderly
Must meet all State and company health requirements
Must be able to perform duties and responsibilities (Essential Functions) with or without reasonable accommodation
Must have an acceptable criminal background check
Physical Requirements of the CNA - HHA:
Physically able to move at least 25 lbs. without assistance.
Physical stamina and ability to assist residents as needed and in emergencies.
Physically able to bend, reach and work in small areas.
Physically able to push and pull, equipment and furnishings.
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