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Schedule: Full Time
Shift: Night Shift
Hours: 11:00PM - 7:00AM
Req Number: 3201
Job Details:
      • Must be able to think, act, and intervene independently in both routine and emergency situations. Must be self-motivated.
      • Must be able to relate to residents and staff in a courteous and diplomatic manner under all circumstances.
      • Must be able to work flexible hours including Holidays and weekends.
      • Must have a valid NH Licensed Nursing Assistant License.
      • Must be willing to learn.
      • Must be organized and able to perform duties with minimum errors.
      • Current BCLS certififcation required within 30 days of hire.

      • Anything listed here requires a pre-employment physical by Employee Health to determine if the employee is capable of meeting the requirements.
        • Physical Activity:
        • Upper Extremity:
        • Push/Pull/Lift/Carry:
      • Must possess sight/hearing senses, or use prosthetics that will enable these senses to function adequately so that the requirements of this position can be fully met.
      • Must be able to lift/push/pull up to 35 pounds.
      • Must be able to walk regularly throughout shift.
      • Must be able to lift, carry, stand, bend, squat, crawl, reach, and kneel using good body mechanics for sustained periods of time.
      • Must be in good general health and demonstrate emotional stability in order to cope with the physical, mental and emotional stress of the position.
      • Exposed to body fluids, infection, odors, and behavior of residents.
      • Exposed to chemicals/cleaning solutions.
      • Position Objective
        • To assist the residents with those activities of daily living that they are unable to perform without help. To foster residents' independence and freedom of choice at all times.
      • Performance Expectation
        • Provides assistance with activities of daily living to include dressing and undressing, bathing, personal hygiene, mobility devices including monitoring of safe transfer and ambulation techniques, and care of ADL devices such as eyeglasses, contact lenses and hearing aids.
        • Observes and reports changes in residents' physical condition and cognitive/emotional status.
        • Assists residents to the dining room or serves tray in the apartment as requested.
        • Provide and/or assist with personal laundry when needed.
        • Participate and assist with recreation activities as needed.
        • Responds to and acts appropriately in emergency or disaster situations.
        • Plans and completes duties with minimal direction from supervisor.
        • Works collaboratively with peers and other team members.
        • Uses tactful, diplomatic communication techniques in potentially sensitive or emotionally charged situations.
        • Follows up with appropriate staff, residents, or other individuals regarding reported complaints, problems, and concerns.
        • Acts as ambassador and public relations representative to guests and other off-campus visitors.
        • Documents resident's incidents.
        • Demonstrate basic knowledge regarding Life line and PHB system, initiate problem solving if needed.
        • Copies special paperwork or forms.
        • Prepares and maintains resident records.
        • Assists licensed personnel in assessing needs, vital signs, revising plan of care and establishing resident care routines.
        • Demonstrates an appreciation of the heritage, values, and wisdom of the residents and an understanding of the aging process.
        • Assists in orienting new residents and staff to the facility.
        • Performs other duties as assigned.
        • Assists with activity programs at Harvest Hill: ensuring that residents are reminded and assisted to the activity as needed. To actively participate in the activity to enhance the experience for the resident.
        • Assits with set up and clean up of resident activity programs. Accompany residents to events and/or field trips as needed.

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