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Nursing Assistant - Non Certified at Prestige Care, Inc

Posted in Other 30+ days ago.

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Type: Full Time
Location: Pendleton, Oregon

Job Description:

Willowbrook Terrace

Prestige Care in about people helping people, and is rooted in a philosophy of caring based on our core values - respect, integrity, commitment, and trust - that are at the center of all we do. Our mission is to provide quality care, guided by a compassionate heart and our promise is to personally touch lives every day. At Prestige we offer a dynamic and collaborative environment where you will not only make a difference in the lives of others every day; you have the opportunity to grow professionally, learn new skills and advance your career.

We also offer a full benefits suite to eligible employees that includes the following:
Medical, dental, and vision coverageHSA/FSA accountsEmployer paid group life and ADD insruance401(k) plan with company matchPaid vacation, sick days, and holidaysEmployee Assistance ProgramCommitment to career development and continuing educationScholarship/ tuition reimbursementFlexible schedulingEmployee discounts: cell service, theme parks, and so much more!

* Benefits may vary by location

Job Summary:

The Nursing Assistant provides resident care, completes assignments as assigned and assists in maintaining a positive physical and psychosocial environment for the residents.

Essential Functions:

Provides resident care under the direction of the charge nurse, to include assisting with personal care, assisting residents in the dining room, assisting in the delivery of trays to resident rooms while ensuring that all services are delivered with dignity and promoting resident rights.
Assists with ADL s, using Cooperative Service Plans and Acquity of Daily Living Flow Sheets as a guide, and accurately documents care provided on flow sheets.
Performs assigned restorative procedures including range of motion, assisting resident in self-care or bowel and bladder programs, and transporting residents to dining room and activities.
Regularly observes the resident s physical and mental condition, reporting changes in resident to charge nurse and/or director of nursing.
Takes and evaluates vital signs, responds to assistance pages promptly and perform emergency first-aid and CPR only if certified under these programs.
Participates in the building safety program, follows facility fire safety program and follows the building infection control practices, promptly reporting any unsafe conditions or equipment, and incidents and accidents.
Assists with resident laundry, and dining room and kitchen clean up and maintenance as assigned and general building cleaning tasks.
Assists with move-ins, move-outs, and transfers as directed.
Coordinates personal care services with other departments, assisting co-workers with lifting, as required.
Approaches and greets residents, visitors, and staff courteously at all times.
Attends and participate in training in-services, and staff meetings.
Performs other related duties as assigned.

A high school diploma or equivalent preferred.
Must complete a state-approved Certified Nursing Assistant course and pass the State Certification test within four months of employment.
A minimum of three months prior nursing assistant experience in long-term care preferred.
Basic knowledge and skills utilizing care tracking systems.