Medical insurance, Vacation benefit, Becoming a provider in our network homes For the resident manager/RM: The RM position is critical to our success as a business and the duties of the RM include, but are not limited to: • Providing Direct Care: The RM will provide direct care (ADLs, meal & medications administration and ordering, and daily activities) and supervision of all residents, especially during busy times of the day. The provider must be able to fill in open shifts to meet the needs of the residents in the home. • Managing Medications: with adherence to the 6 rights, the RM will ensure each client medications are stored and organized correctly, administered timely, and signed for correctly on the Medication Record Sheet (MAR). The RM will ensure all new or changed orders are faxed and communicated to the pharmacy. Families are to be notified of new medications. • Ensuring documentation is completed and done correctly: The RM will ensure that our clients stay as healthy as possible. Towards this effort, the RM will ensure care givers are taking vital signs, ensuring that client progress is being charted every day, and that any change in status is immediately noted and reported to the Doctor, RN, AFHM office, and family. • Ensuring timely notifications: The RM will ensure Emergency Services are notified timely in case of any emergency or incidents and all appropriate state agencies are notified if there is “SUSPECTED” abuse or neglect. • RM will ensure Incident reports and investigations are completed, logged on the DSHS form, submitted to AFHM office, and filed correctly in the incident report notebook. Fires Falls Wounds or Injuries Changes in client condition Violent behavior And others..
All DSHS requirements qualifications • NAR, HCA, or CNA license: Candidates must have current Washington State NAR license, HCA license or CNA license, CPR, First Aid, 75-hour HCA or CNA training, NAR and HCA or CNA license. • NAR license: the RM is required to complete the State HCA or CNA class and obtain their Washington State HCA or CNA License (upon acquiring the NAR license) o Washington State gives candidates 200 day or 6 months to complete this requirement. • Certifications: AFH Safety Orientation, Delegation, Delegation for Diabetics, Dementia Specialty, Mental Health Specialty, Developmental Disability Specialty, and HIV/ AIDs. • Working Status: Must be at least 18 years of age, Washington State Identification and permitted to work in the State of Washington. • Background: Must have no Criminal background record and/or must have a Character, Competency, & Suitability Evaluation. • Professionalism: Responsible, respectful, team player, compassionate, mature, punctual, empathetic, professional appearance (clean unwrinkled fresh smelling clean scrubs, neat hair, proper foot ware, and name tag), organized, and have good communication skills. • Literacy: Ability to read, write, have basic computer skills, understand and carry out directions. • Physical Requirements: to perform job-related duties o Seeing: Must be able to read reports and use computer. o Hearing: Must be able to hear well enough to communicate with co-workers, resident o Standing/Walking/Mobility: Must be able to reach above his/her head and perform o repetitive movements on feet over long distances. o Climbing/Stretching/ Stooping/Kneeling: Must be able to bend to the floor. o Lifting/Pulling/Pushing: Must be able to transfer up to 50 pounds.
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Upon hiring and during your employment with us, we offer in house training.