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Hiring for: Assisted Living, 3p-11p, Full time or Part time
Excellent benefits for full time employees
Impressive medical insurance including options for low deductibles, $0 premiums and no-charge clinic services.
Dental and vision insurance
Other optional plans: voluntary life, disability, accident, hospital, critical illness and cancer
Referral program (bonus + hourly increases)
Paid time off
401k matching (25% match of up to 4% employee contribution)
Free Employee Assistance Program available for all employees
Become a valued member of the team that makes McCrite Plaza senior living so special.
McCrite Plaza takes great pride in creating a family atmosphere for residents and for their employees.
It is not only important that our staff be highly skilled, but they must be compassionate, caring individuals.
We pride ourselves in the longevity of our staff.
As we consider hiring new employees, our goal is to hire and retain the best community staff in the region.
We know that working in senior living can be challenging, but we believe it can also be highly rewarding.
At McCrite Plaza, we work hard to create an environment where employees feel valued and discover a sense of purpose.
In addition to competitive pay and benefits, we look after our team by maintaining manageable workloads, offering flexibility and respecting their lives away from work.
Job Summary: The Nursing Assistant's primary function is to provide basic patient care under the direction of nursing staff.
This position will perform duties such as feed, bathe, dress, groom, change linens, and move residents as directed or needed.
As a L1MA/ CMT, this position will administer medications as directed.
Essential Functions / Duties:
Provide direct resident care as assigned, conduct resident rounds daily, and perform nursing care as noted below:
Answer call lights within designated timeframe.
Give care to all residents assigned; make rounds on all residents; check soiled linens and side rails.
Change incontinent residents; wash and dry soiled residents.
Walk ambulatory residents; this includes taking them to the bathroom.
Give tub baths, showers, or bed baths to residents.
Complete oral hygiene and toileting.
Turn and reposition all bed and chair residents.
Complete charting on residents.
Complete food percentage, intake and output, bowel, and bladder records.
Review care plans, update and document nurse aide flow sheets with relevant information; document in nursing assistant notes and nurse aide flow sheets the care and treatment provided to the resident and the resident's response or lack of response to care provided.
Responsible for the safety of residents under his/her supervision.
Listen to resident, family, or physician concerns and initiate corrective action and/or report concerns to Charge Nurse and Unit Nurse Manager.
Sort and remove articles from washers and dryers; hang, fold, and stack garments and linens; distribute clothes to resident's rooms without error.
Education and Experiences: Prior experience in a similar working environment is preferred, but not a requirement of the position.
This position requires a certificate as a Nurse Aide or Medication Technician in the State of Missouri and to be listed as a Nurse Aide or Medication Technician in the Missouri Department of Health and Environment Registry.
Must be CPR certified.
An equal opportunity employer.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability, race, ethnicity, gender, religion, or otherwise.
Minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply
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