Provides support and assistance to the nurses and nursing assistant with non-direct resident care needs and tasks as directed and supervised by the nursing staff.
Transports residents to and from therapy, beauty shop, chapel and activities.
Makes and re-make resident beds.
Assists residents at meal time including setting up for meals, cutting food, pouring drinks, passing trays, collecting trays.
Monitors dining room under supervision of nursing staff.
Refills resident water pitchers with fresh water and ice.
Returns clean personal laundry to residents' rooms.
Passes clean bed and bath linen and collects soiled bed and bath linen.
Collects soiled personal laundry and takes to laundry chutes.
Assists the nursing assistants with passing nourishments to residents and records who accepts a snack.
Cleans and organizes resident drawers and closets including checking for correct labeling of personal belongings.
Answers call-lights and provides assistance with non-direct care requests. Secures a nurse or nursing assistant with assistance that is needed.
Provides companionship and assists with activities as needed.
Assist residents with feeding after completion of the Feeding Assistant training program.
Other non-direct resident care duties as assigned by nurse.
Attends mandatory meetings.
Completes 12 hours of in-service per year.
Communicates customer concerns and assists with resolution.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Hospitality Aides are preferred candidates for the certified nursing assistant training program as desired by the candidate.
Working knowledge of computers, Microsoft Word and Excel required.