Liberty Shores Employment Opportunities
Liberty Shores Assisted Living Community takes great pride in providing the best Assisted Living services to our residents, while providing our employees a nurturing and supportive workplace.
We are proud to offer the following for our staff:
- Very competitive wages, hours and benefits including quality healthcare at a reasonable cost for our full-time employees (30 hours or above), tuition assistance and tuition reimbursement options.
- Opportunities for in-house upward mobility or advancement within our community
- 15 hours on-line Continuing Education Classes per month on a variety of healthcare topics including six hours on dementia care.
- We are proud of the longevity in our employees with over 60% of them working her for 7 years or longer. The turn-over rate in our caregivers is very low.
- We offer flexible scheduling options to enable our employees to attend school for continued advancement.
- We expect and practice the highest degree of professionalism, civility and respect with our employees.
We are looking forward to discussing our job opportunities with you. Please contact Deanna Hilse, our HR and Staffing Coordinator via email@example.com for more information or submission of your resume.
Employment Opportunities Available Now:
Full-time Night Shift, Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) - Exceptional Pay Rates plus night shift differential
- Previous experience in resident care, or other related fields preferred
- Ability to build rapport with residents
- Compassionate and caring demeanor
- Must be professional, warm and caring to residents and team
- Ability to work well in teams and independently
- Flexible and positive attitude
- License: CNA
- Benefits: Healthcare, Employer contributed 401K, Paid Time Off
Other Qualifications Preferred:
- Food Handlers card (Or able to obtain upon hire)
- Two Step TB Test (Able to obtain upon hire)
- Mental Health and Dementia Specialty Training Certificate (obtain within 90 days of hire)
- Background Check
Full-time Activity Assistant: $16 - $17+ an hour
Supports long-term care patients by developing and administering comprehensive activity, educational, social, and spiritual programs; arranging special events.
- Analyzes patient needs, interests, and past lifestyles by interviewing patients; recording their current participation; attending patient evaluation conferences; gathering information from other health professionals and patient families.
- Keeps patients informed of activity and personal services opportunities by telling them about the availability of leisure programs and recreational activities; preparing and distributing monthly and weekly schedules of activities and their locations; providing request slips for assistance in attending activities and events or for personal services.
- Keeps other health professionals informed by conducting in-service training; posting bulletins, including information in the hospital newsletter; involving outside agencies.
- Plans and implements programs by assessing needs; designing programs to promote socialization, provide educational opportunities, entertain, raise spirits, and increase spirituality.
- Plans and promotes special events by surveying patient interests; involving the community; giving presentations to community organizations; gathering support from external social agencies, using community resources.
- Trains health care professionals and volunteers by conducting in-service programs on social, recreational, educational, and spiritual programs available; gathering their ideas for new programs.
- Improves quality results by studying, evaluating, and re-designing programs; implementing changes.
- Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
- Serves and protects the long-term care and hospital community by adhering to professional standards, hospital and long-term care policies and procedures, federal, state, and local requirements.
- Enhances long-term care and hospital reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
- Meeting Planning, Scheduling, Internal Communications, Written Communication, Patient Services, Bedside Manner, Initiative, Energy Level, Multi-tasking, Proactive, Organization. Must be fully vaccinated.