NAR Care Specialist Needed At Sholom Community Alliance Part-time Job7 months ago - Medical & Healthcare - Saint Louis Park - 189 views
The NAR /Care Specialist provides direct care to residents to maintain their highest practical physical, mental,and psycho social well-being through quality care.
Come work at Sholom! We are a 5 star rated facility!
Join us for the job of a lifetime and help make a difference in the lives of Sholomâ€™s residents, tenants, and clients!
Shift: .6 AM(6:30am-2:30pm), 21 hrs/week
Week 1:Â Thursday, Saturday
Week 2:Â Sunday, Monday, Thursday,Friday
Close Date: 10/30/2019
1)Â Perform nursing care responsibilities, assisting residents with all NAR nursing cares in accordance with care plans and all safety protocols.
2)Â Maintain efficient practices when responding to resident's needs,maintaining cleanliness of facility, and ensuring equipment upkeep.
3)Â Assist Nutritional Services staff with serving of meals and enhancing the mealtime experience.
4)Â Provide assistance and respond to call lights, phone and in-person request for information as needed.
5) Maintain and complete all required documentation and charting on the computer or on forms in an accurate and timely manner according to policies and procedures.
6) Maintain general cleanliness and safety of facility and resident rooms, providing assistance and follow-up with incidents occur.
7) Continually seek opportunities to meet residents â€™ social and psycho social needs through planned and spontaneous activities, engaging residents in meaningful conversations and facilitating activities as instructed.Â
8) Support various other Nursing responsibilities as needed.Â
Education, Experience and Credentials
â€¢Â Current certification through Minnesota Nursing Assistant Registry required.
â€¢Â Nursing assistant experience in a long-term care setting preferred.
â€¢Â Heimlich procedure skills preferred.
We are an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.