STNA / Resident Assistant- MPL

Episcopal Retirement Services
3870 Virginia Ave
Cincinnati OH 45227

Job Type: ,
Compensation: 18-20
Posted Date: 02/27/2023
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STNA/ Resident Assistant Marjorie P. Lee

Are you a STNA/Resident Assistant looking for a great culture, reasonable ratios, an opportunity to grow with an organization? Episcopal Retirement Services has been voted one of Cincinnati’s TOP EMPLOYERS for 13 years, and we are hiring passionate STNA and Resident Assistant professionals.

When you love what you do, it shows!

Episcopal Retirement Services has an award-winning culture and a robust mix of available benefits and perks that may include discounted meals, medical, dental, vision insurance, and other wellness perks. To learn more about ERS and our award-winning culture:

Marjorie P. Lee Retirement Community, voted one of the top retirement communities on the east side of Cincinnati, is seeking candidates for an STNA / Resident Assistant position. The ideal STNA / Resident Assistant candidate will have experience caring for residents with dementia and working in long-term care. Under direct supervision and working in a team environment this position provides for the daily personal, physical, psycho-social and spiritual needs, activities of daily living and comfort of our residents following our established policies, procedures, and team standards.

As an STNA/Resident Assistant you can expect to:

STNA grooms and provides all other personal care to residents so that clothing, hair and overall appearances are clean and presentable. This includes checking and cleaning colostomy bags.
STNA regularly checks and provides appropriate care and stimulation to residents needing specialized attention, including observation of the skin and providing care for preventing skin breakdowns.
STNA answers call lights, verbally or in person, within 60 seconds.
STNA maintains resident functional abilities at optimum level using the restorative devises and programs as ordered.
STNA ensures that residents’ nutritional needs are satisfied by transporting to the assigned dining area, assisting with meals and/or feeding, as required.
STNA encourages residents to participate and coordinates and adjusts schedules to ensure residents can attend church services and other activities.
STNA maintains a clean, safe and inviting living environment for residents by keeping rooms, dining areas, halls and other common areas free of clutter, soiled items, debris and odor.
STNA follows facility policies and procedures for infection control by practicing standard precautions and following OSHA guidelines for handling blood and other potentially infectious materials.
STNA handles all soiled and/or bio-hazardous items appropriately to avoid contamination.
STNA reads, understands, implements and evaluates the residents current Plan of Care.
STNA using our computerized medical records systems, updates all resident-related information and completes other administrative responsibilities promptly and accurately.
STNA ensures that the charge/care team nurse is notified promptly of changes in resident condition family and or resident concerns, malfunctioning equipment, material shortages, and other pertinent observations.
STNA attends all team meetings on duty and other mandatory in-services.
STNA annually Completes the 12 hours of in-service training required to maintain state certification.
STNA maintains competency in all additional areas of skills training.

Minimum Qualifications:
Be Ohio State tested nurse’s aide.
With or without reasonable accommodation, have the ability to lift, push, pull or move 50 lbs regularly and 100 lbs occasionally.
Ability to relate to and work effectively with the ill, disabled, elderly, emotionally upset and, at times, hostile people within the facility and to remain calm in emotionally charged situation.
Have the ability to read, write and communicate effectively in English.
Have the ability to see and hear, with or without reasonable accommodation, so that the essential functions of this position may be fully met.
Have the ability to sit, stoop, bend, and move continuously throughout the day.
Have the ability to maintain an attendance record that falls within the company’s attendance policy guidelines.
Be willing to work harmoniously with other personnel as well as be willing to communicate with residents based at whatever behavior or acuity level they are currently functioning.
Have knowledge and competencies for age specific interventions.
Be fully vaccinated for COVID-19.

If you desire joining a team that will value you, APPLY today! Immediate consideration is given to qualified applicants. We look forward to speaking with you!

Episcopal Retirement Services is an equal opportunity employer. We will not discriminate and will take affirmative action measures to ensure against discrimination in employment, recruitment, advertisements for employment, compensation, termination, upgrading, promotions, and other conditions of employment against any employee or job applicant on the bases of race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.

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