Verena at the Reserve
1 Meadow Street
Job Summary The Environmental Services Associate reports to the Environmental Services Director and is responsible to assist in the general operational maintenance, repair, and housekeeping of the Community’s physical plant. The Environmental Services Associate is also responsible to communicate about and help coordinate the necessary tasks to accomplish repairs and alterations to buildings and equipment systems. Environmental Services Associate Procedure: Essential Functions: Helps to perform general maintenance work (light, electrical, painting, carpentry,etc.). Demonstrates excellent mechanical skills. Understands HVAC and may be asked to operate and/or maintain equipment. Replenishes and maintains supply levels in work areas. Assures all tools, work areas, and equipment are clean, in proper working order, andproperly stored. Helps to assure that the Community environment and all equipment are properlymaintained for Resident comfort and convenience. Consistently and routinely maintains and repairs assigned equipment and reports anyhazardous conditions. Routinely replaces light bulbs, exit lights, room call lights, etc., where needed. Conducts daily inspections of buildings, grounds, and equipment to determinenecessary maintenance and repairs, if requested to do so. Helps to assure that other Associates follow established safety practices (OSHA). Responsible for maintaining the general appearance of the building including, but notlimited to, assisting and cleaning up after events and general clean up duringscheduled shift, and arranging furniture on an ongoing basis. Helps to maintain a preventative maintenance log on all mechanical systems. Establishes and manages a preventative maintenance schedule. Maintains an effective work-order system procedure. Participates in in-service training as required by state regulations. Maintains confidentiality of all pertinent Resident care information. Responsible for weekly submission of invoices and spend-down report toEnvironmental Services Director. Performs other duties as required. Compliance and Safety: Maintains a clean and orderly laundry room and stores chemicals in accordance with product and Environmental Services Director instructions. Helps to ensure that all safety rules and regulations are followed at all times. Follows and promotes all safety policies and procedures when performing maintenance service. Performs Resident Emergency Call System checks in Resident units when requested. Communication: Able to read and comprehend instructions, correspondence, and memos. Able to effectively write simple correspondence. Basic familiarity with computers. Able to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other Associates. Education/Experience/Licensure/Certification: Must possess a High School Diploma. Must be knowledgeable as to maintenance and housekeeping policies and procedures, as well as the laws, regulations, and guidelines governing maintenance functions in the Community. Understands the practices surrounding proper handling of biohazardous waste. Demonstrates competency in the performance of duties and responsibilities through the utilization of sound judgment and the reporting of unusual problems/conditions to the Environmental Services Director. Must possess a valid Driver’s License, preferably a Commercial Driver’s License. Physical Requirements: Physically able to bend and reach. Physically able to push and pull and lift up to 60 pounds at times. Physically able to stand for extended periods of time. May be required to use a Hoyer Lift. Miscellaneous: Required to work weekends and holidays as assigned. May be required to work on shifts other than the one for which hired. May be required to work extended hours (up to 16 hours per day). May be subject to exposure to infectious waste, diseases, conditions, etc., including HIV, AIDS, and Hepatitis B and C viruses. While performing the duties of this job, the Associate is occasionally exposed to wetand/or humid conditions, moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles,extreme cold and extreme heat. Could be subject to hostile and emotionally upset Residents due to their mentalstatus. Background, criminal, and drug tests as required. May be asked to submit to random drug test during employment. May have their picture taken and image used in social media or community advertising. May be video recorded from devices installed by families in residents’ apartments.
Heather Knoll Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
2610 East Aurora Avenue
Housekeeping and Laundry Aide Full and Part -Time positions About Sprenger Health Care Systems Since 1959 Sprenger Health Care Systems continues to be family owned and operated. Sprenger offers the full continuum of aging services including: Short Term Rehabilitation, Skilled Nursing, Memory Care, Assisted Living, Independent Living, Hospice, and Home Health. Our innovative care, excellent customer service, and compassionate dedicated employees have made Sprenger Health Care Systems a leader in providing exceptional health care. Sprenger Communities have a history of excellent Resident and Family Satisfaction Surveys, 5 Star Ratings, Deficiency Free Surveys, and US News and World Report Rankings. Sprenger Health Care Systems is committed to maintaining a fair and unbiased work environment and we welcome all qualified candidates to apply to any of our 11 Communities throughout Ohio and Indiana. We understand that quality of care starts right here with our employees. For those team members who rise to the challenge and exceed the standard of care, the career possibilities can be endless. Join us today to experience the Sprenger difference! The Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate is energetic, organized and has strong multitasking abilities. Housekeeping Aides should be committed to learning and complying with OSHA standards for nursing homes. This position requires a candidate that is quick to learn and has exceptional customer service skills. Candidates should be able and willing to help in any area of the housekeeping or laundry department as needed. This position will report to the Director of Housekeeping and Laundry and by applying for the position you recognize that nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties or responsibilities to this job at any time. You may be asked to help in other areas of the building as needed for the optimal performance of your building/department and the well-being of our residents. Essential Job Functions As a Housekeeping Aide in a Grace Management Services facility you must be able to perform the following essential functions as demonstrated by the ability to: Complete daily cleaning schedule in accordance with facility policy. Follow and perform infection control procedures. Ensure all safety measures are used when housekeeping duties are being performed (e.g. wet floor signs, chemicals are secured and labeled, etc.) Report/Restock any supplies that need to be replenished. Assist in the proper care and use of housekeeping equipment. Identify and reports any equipment malfunction to supervisor. Report all unsafe conditions, defective equipment, and maintenance repairs to supervisor. Dispense soap, paper and other housekeeping supplies. Attend in-service training programs for housekeeping employees. Observe infection control procedures related to the Housekeeping Department. Follow OSHA regulations as they pertain to the Housekeeping Department. Assist with laundry duties. Comply with state, federal and OSHA regulations. Comply with all facility policies and procedures. Job Qualifications High school diploma or GED preferred, Ability to read, speak and understand English All candidates must be proficient in basic computer programs and must be able to correspond timely through e-mail or other forms of technical communication as needed to successfully complete the requirements for this job. Employees are required to complete monthly on-line education courses to keep our team members knowledgeable on the latest information and regulations. By completing the application for this position, you acknowledge that you feel comfortable meeting these qualifications. Physical Requirements The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Individuals may be required to: Sit or stand for extended periods of time Reach above shoulder heights, below waist or lift as required to complete the job responsibilities Proper lifting techniques, ability to read computer screens and the ability to follow written and verbal instructions are required Must be able to lift 35 – 50 pounds. Raising objects from lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position to position. This requirement occurs to a considerable degree and requires the substantial use of the upper extremities and back muscles. Must be able to balance, climb, crouch, grasp, kneel, pull, push, reach, stand and stoop adequately to perform the essential functions of the job. Must be able to hear, smell, feel and speak adequately to perform the essential functions of the job. Must be able to read and write the English language. Must be able to work inside and outside with exposure to outdoor weather conditions.
Prestige Care and Rehabilitation of Edmonds
44882 Mission Road
On Call position opening-Variable days and hours. Great for those who need flexibility! Job Summary: Personal Care Attendant provides direct resident care, completes assignments as a universal worker, assists in maintaining a positive physical and psychosocial environment for residents, and upholds Prestige’s core values of respect, integrity, commitment and trust. Essential Functions: Provides direct resident care while promoting resident dignity, independence and choice, regularly observes residents’ physical and mental conditions and reports changes to the Health Services Director, Expressions Coordinator, or Executive Director. Assists with or performs ADL’s, takes vital signs and weights and accurately documents care services provided and observations on communication log and incident reports. Reports and documents all incidents and accidents immediately. Assists residents to and from dining room and activities. Performs First Aid and initiates emergency response procedures as required. Greets residents, visitors, and staff courteously and answers phones when assigned. Follows and supports community fire safety and infection control practices and promptly reports any unsafe conditions or equipment to immediate supervisor. Serves meals in the dining room, assisting residents at meal time, provides resident tray delivery, and assists with dining room and kitchen clean up and maintenance. Assists with tours, move-ins, move-outs, and transfers and coordinates personal care service with co-workers assisting with lifting and responds to assistance pages promptly. Assists with apartment housekeeping services and residents laundry. Attends and participates in training, in-services, and staff meetings. Performs other related duties as assigned. Qualifications: High school diploma or GED with one or more years of personal care experience with older adults preferred. Must complete and pass competency evaluation within 120 days of employment, state required training including the Revised Fundamentals of Care, Dementia Care, First Aid, CPR and HIV training if not able to provide appropriate documentation of prior training. Current First Aid and CPR certification. Food Handlers permit if required by State. EOE/M/F/VETS/DISABLED KEYWORDS: Personal Care Attendant, PCA, healthcare, health care, senior living, assisted living, memory care, dementia, entry-level, entry level
401 Sawyer Road Kendallville Indiana 46755 United States
Graduate of a two year respiratory care program approved by the AMA and JRCRTE or equivalent. Bachelors degree preferred. Two years of prior experience within a supervisory role or lead capacity.Four years of adult critical care experience and two years of neonatal care. Registered by the NBRC. Must be licensed by the state of Indiana as a Respiratory Care Practitioner. Certified by the American Heart Association in CPR.Current ACLS PALS NALS certification desirable.Successful completion of the NBRCs Perinatal Specialist exam (NICU Supervisor only).