ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Patient care duties to include, personal care and hygiene, bathing, showering, incontinent care and feeding residents. Assisting residents to and from the bathroom using appropriate transfer techniques. Comfort measures to including positioning and proper alignment using pressure ulcer prevention techniques. Answering call lights and demonstrating proper use of wheelchairs, walkers, mechanical lifts and scales. Obtain and record resident vital signs and accurate weight. General housekeeping duties to include maintaining residents’ closets and drawers in an orderly fashion. Clean resident rooms and personal equipment (wheelchairs, walkers) as needed. Organize and sort resident laundry for easy pick-up. On bath day, washes complete bed and sanitize basins, toothbrushes and other bedside equipment. Document all care provided to the resident in Point-Click-Care tracking system. Assist residents to and from activities and may assist in the actual activity program when needed, to include passive or active patient exercises. Work as a member of a team with the other staff by participating in interdisciplinary plan of care. Other duties as assigned (Recognize and report any change in resident’s health status to the Nursing Team Leader, etc...)
Licensure, Registration, Certification NAC License – WA State CPR Certification First Aid Certification Physical Demands Ability to give direct patient care, including participating in lifting, transferring, positioning, and assistance of resident with walking or in wheelchairs. Able to lift 50lbs on a regular basis. Ability to work and function in high congested areas. Ability to use a computer keyboard or touch screen to document resident records.
Negotiable (Depends on Experience)
Full Time rotating 4 on, 2 off schedule; Days (0600-1400), Evenings (1400-2200), and NOC (2200-0600).