Current Job Opportunities

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.
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.