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Supervisor in Charge

 

Reports to: Directly to Facility RN and/or Administrator 

Education: High School Diploma/GED, Valid Nurse Aide I and/or II, Graduate of accredited RN/LPN program, Medication Aide Certification

Duties:

  • Assure that medications of all types are dispensed properly, timely and orderly and all injections are administered according to the directions. 
  • Assure all medication has been ordered from the pharmacy in a timely manner.
  • Communicate accurately, timely and appropriately with all health care providers concerning medication.
  • Be familiar with all residents’ medical records and history.
  • Be familiar and have an understanding of the Resident’s Bill of Rights and adhere to them. 
  • Check MAR’s daily for accuracy and correct charting. 
  • Be aware of changes in medications (routing, strength and dosage). 
  • Assure proper treatment of equipment and supplies. 
  • Checks in all medication when they are delivered from the pharmacy. 
  • Count Narcotics at each shift change and report discrepancies immediately to the RN. 
  • Maintain proper medical records and see that records are correct, doctor orders are implemented and medical charting is complete. 
  • Assure monthly vitals of residents are completed by the 15th of each month. 
  • Notify the RN if any resident has a change in their medical status and needs to be reexamined. 
  • Assure that in case of an emergency the RN is notified and the proper agencies are also notified. 
  • Assure that the RN is aware of any medication problems that arises with the resident. 
  • Assure that the personal care needs, physical and mental needs are met of each resident by following the SIC Hourly Round Guideline. 
  • Coordinating proper transportation of residents to schedule appointments and meetings. 
  • See that all Accident Reports are filled out appropriately and faxed to the Nash County Adult Care Home Specialist within 24 hours.
  • Responsible for the supervision of all Med Techs and Nurse Aides teammates.
  • Reporting problems with staff such as performance, tardiness or irresponsibility to RN. SIC/MT is responsible for completely proper documentation. 
  • Making sure the Nurse Aides are assisting the residents when they pull their call bell. 
  • Call in workers when there is a call out. 
  • Assignment of Nurse Aides to Halls, Feeding Room, and Dining Room.
  • Assign Team Leader and communicate with during shift. 
  • Responsible  for assigning break times for Nurse Aides and Med Techs.
  • Have knowledge of the Brekenridge Retirement Center Policy Manual, which is located at the Nurses’ Station. 
  • Assure that you are communicating with the RN at all times. If the RN is not available, you may contact any member of the Management Team. 
  • Have and maintain an Active Nurse Aide I/II, LPN/RN license with no sustained finding of resident abuse, neglect or misappropriation of resident property in a nursing facility. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Management Team Members.

 

Certified Nurse Aide

Reports to: Directly to Supervisor in Charge and Facility RN

Duties:

  • Answers call bells and determines resident’s needs.
  • Assist resident with grooming, oral hygiene, bathing, hair and incontinence care.
  • Assist resident in the Dining Room with meals.
  • Assist/feed resident in the Feeding Room.
  • Assist resident with snacks.
  • Assist resident with Range of Motion exercises.
  • Assist resident with getting into and out of bed and turning and positioning in bed.
  • Assist resident with ambulation.
  • Assist resident and get them to activities if they desire to go.
  • Documentation as required in the Personal Care Logs, Hourly Rounds, and Communication Log.
  • Assist resident with clean linens.
  • Provide assistance to help keep the residents clothes in proper order.
  • Recognize new needs of resident so they can be re-evaluated by the Facility RN; report this to either the SIC on duty or the Facility RN.
  • Assist in cleaning residents’ related equipment (bed pan, urinals, bedside commodes, was basins, shower chairs, wheelchairs, walkers, cane, etc.).
  • Help orient new residents.
  • Report ALL ACCIDENTS or INCIDENTS to the SIC on duty.
  • Prepare forms for your shift (make copies or fill out).
  • Be familiar with the Facility’s Policies. The Policy Manual is located at the Nurses’ Station.
  • Be familiar with the Resident’s Rights.
  • Work cooperatively with all other staff and relate favorably to residents.
  • Have and maintain an active Nurse Aide I or II license with no substantiated finding of resident abuse, resident neglect or misappropriation of resident property in a Nursing Facility.
  • Attend all quarterly staff meetings.
  • Attending 50% of Continuing Education Classes that are offered.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the SIC or Management.
Certified Nurse Aide

Reports Directly to: Supervisor in Charge

Duties:

  • Answers call bells and determines resident’s needs.
  • Assist resident with grooming, oral hygiene, bathing, hair and incontinence care.
  • Assist resident in the Dining Room with meals.
  • Assist/feed resident the Feeding Room.
  • Assist resident with snack.
  • Assist residents with Range of Motion exercises.
  • Assist resident with getting into and out of bed and turning and positioning in bed.
  • Assist resident with ambulation.
  • Assist resident and get them to activities if they desire to go.
  • Document as required in Personal Care Logs, Hourly Rounds, and Communication Log.
  • Assist resident in making bed as needed.
  • Assist resident with clean linens.
  • Provide assistance to help keep the residents clothes in proper order.
  • Recognize new needs of residents so they can be re-evaluated by the Facility RN; report this to either the SIC on duty or the Facility RN.
  • Assist in cleaning residents’ related equipment (bed pans, urinals, bedside commodes, wash basins, shower chairs, wheel chairs, walkers, cane, etc.).
  • Help orient new residents.
  • Report ALL ACCIDENTS or INCIDENTS to the SIC on duty.
  • Prepare forms for your shift (make copies or fill out).
  • Be familiar with the Facility Policies. The Policy Manual is located at the Nurses’ Station.
  • Be familiar with the Resident’s Rights.
  • Work cooperatively with all other staff and relate favorably to residents.
  • Have and maintain an active Nurse Aide I or II license when no substantiated finding of resident abuse, resident neglect, or misappropriation of resident property in a Nursing Facility.
  • Attend all quarterly staff meetings.
  • Attend 50% of Continuing Education Classes that are offered.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the SIC or Management.
Medication Technician

Reports to: Directly to the Supervisor in Charge, Facility RN and/or Administrator

Education: High School Diploma/GED, Valid Nurse Aide I and/or II, Graduate of accredited RN/LPN program, Medication Aide Certification

Duties:

  • Assure that medications of all types are dispensed properly, timely and orderly and all injections are administered according to the directions.
  • Assure all medication has been ordered from the pharmacy in a timely manner.
  • Communicate accurately, timely and appropriately with all health care providers concerning medication.
  • Be familiar with all residents’ medical records and history.
  • Be familiar and have an understanding of the Resident’s Bill of Rights and adhere to them.
  • Check MAR’s daily for accuracy and correct charting.
  • Be aware of  changes in medications (routing, strength and dosage).
  • Assure proper treatment of equipment and supplies.
  • Checks in all medication when they are delivered from the pharmacy.
  • Count Narcotics at each shift change and report discrepancies immediately to the RN.
  • Maintain proper medical records and see that records are correct, doctor orders are implemented and medical charting is complete.
  • Assure that monthly vitals of resident are completed by the 15th of each month.
  • Notify the RN if any resident has a change in their medical status and needs to be reexamined.
  • Assure that in case of an emergency the RN is notified and the proper agencies are also notified.
  • Assure that the RN is aware of any medication problems that arises with the resident.
  • Assure that the personal care needs, physical and mental needs are met of each resident by following the SIC Hourly Round Guideline.
  • Coordinating proper transportation of residents to schedule appointments and meetings.
  • See that all Accident Reports are filled out appropriately and faxed to the Nash County Adult Care Home Specialist within 24 hours. \
  • Responsible for the supervision of all Med Techs and Nurse Aides teammates.
  • Reporting problems with staff such as performance, tardiness or irresponsibility to the RN. SIC/MT is responsible for completing proper documentation.
  • Making sure that Nurse Aides are assisting residents when they pull their call bell.
  • Call in workers when there is a call out.
  • Assignment of Nurse Aides to Halls, Feeding Room and Dining Room.
  • Assign Team Leader and communicate with during the shift.
  • Responsible for assignment break times for Nurse Aides and Med Techs.
  • Have knowledge of the Brekenridge Retirement Center Policy Manual, which is located at the Nurses’ Station.
  • Assure that you are communicating with the RN at all times. If the RN is not available, you may contact any member of the Management Team.
  • Have and maintain an Active Nurse Aide I/II, LPN/RN license with no substantiated finding of resident abuse, neglect or misappropriation of resident property in a nursing facility.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Management Team Members.
Dietary Aide

Reports to: Dietary Manager and Cook

Requirements: Obtain ServeSafe Certification within 1 year of employment

Duties:

  • Clean kitchen, dining area, feeding room, and food storage areas daily (including dishes) assuring sanitation standards and protection from possible food contamination.
  • Ensure that dishes, etc. are readily available for the next meal.
  • Performs cleaning assignments according to the established policies and utilizes the proper cleaning chemicals.
  • Assure each residents’ table and tray service has appropriate setting.
  • Help and prepare 3 snacks daily.
  • Assist in receiving food supplies and putting up stock.
  • Keeping sure that the pantry is neat and organized.
  • Help maintain the self-respect, personal dignity and physical safety of each resident.
  • Interacts appropriately and in a positive manner with residents, families, visitors and coworkers.
  • Be familiar with the confidentiality of resident and resident charts.
  • Be familiar with and able to apply all the facility’s accident, fire safety and emergency procedures.
  • Maintains the security of the kitchen area.
  • Assure careful treatment of the facilities equipment and utilization of supplies.
  • Responsible for reading and adhering to all of the facility’s policies.
  • Works cooperatively as a team member with coworkers in all departments of the facility.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.
Part Time Cook

Job Description:  Cook, Part Time (Saturdays & Sundays 6am – 7pm)

Report to:  Dietary Manager

Supervises:  Dietary Aides

General Responsibilities:

  1. Any substitutions made in menus must be recorded before served to indicate actual food served.
  2. Menus must be posted in kitchen in acceptable manner.
  3. Maintain an up to date preference list of foods on each resident.
  4. Prepare and serve three meals a day at regulars with at least 10 hours between breakfast and dinner meals. Breakfast is served at 7:30 am, Lunch is served at 12:00 pm and Dinner is served at 5:30 pm.
  5. Assure when serving foods they are at the appropriate temperature. Hot foods above 140 degrees Fahrenheit and cold foods below 45 degrees Fahrenheit.
  6. Assure the package of nutritious bag lunch for all residents who will be out of the facility at lunch. Be aware of foods that may become contaminated as these residents may not have the ability of a refrigerator.
  7. Clean kitchen, dining area and food storage areas daily including the dishes assuring sanitation standards and protection from possible food contamination.
  8. Assure each resident’s table and tray service has the appropriate place setting.
  9. Report any accident/incident in the kitchen or dining area to the SIC.
  10. Prepare for serving by aide three appropriate snacks daily.
  11. Take care of maintain all equipment for the kitchen.
  12. Refer to the NCDA Diet Manual as needed.
  13. Help maintain the self respect, personal dignity and physical safety of each resident.
  1. Be familiar with confidentially of resident and their charts.
  2. Be familiar with and able to apply all the facilities accident, fire safety and emergency procedures.
  3. Be familiar with the Domiciliary Home Bill of Rights and assist residents with exercising these rights.
  4. Perform other related duties as assigned by the Administrator.
Application

Please go to the following link to access our application, https://www.brekenridgeretirement.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Application.pdf.

Brekenridge Retirement Center offers a unique Walk-in Interview process every Tuesday between 9-12 pm. Applicants are encouraged to stop by anytime during our Walk-in Interview time slot to turn in their completed application and have a brief initial interview.

If unable to attend our Walk-in Interview time on Tuesdays, applicants can email their completed application to Brekenridge@hotmail.com.