Integrity and passion drive us to be extraordinary. Since our beginnings in 1990, our dynamic and purpose-driven community has become a place where excellence abounds. No one offers a senior living community quite like Fleet Landing. From pristine campus to luxury healthcare environments, to extraordinary dining experiences, our commitment to excellence in hospitality is found in every detail. There’s nothing we won’t do to support the successful aging of those who live here.
We are seeking a Home Health Resident Attendant whose primary responsibility is to performs routine duties in assisting Residents who reside in Fleet Landing.
WELLInspired™ - Benefits
Our residents deserve the best, and so do you. We offer generous benefits in addition to meaningful work, enriching community and a competitive salary. Full-time benefits include a generous 401k match, 90% of medical premium costs employer paid, uncapped PTO accrual from day 1, and extraordinary scholarship and continuing education opportunities.
We invite you to make Fleet Landing the next chapter in your story — and give your life new meaning. Tell us why Fleet Landing is where you want to write the next chapter in your life!
- Supports the mission, vision, and core values of Fleet Landing.
- Assures that Residents’ rights to fair and equitable treatment, self determination, individuality, privacy, property and civil rights, including the right to register complaints, are followed.
- Follows all established safety procedures and precautions. Reports all unsafe/ hazardous conditions, and/ or defective equipment to Manager. Reports all incidents/accidents, no matter how minor, to Manager.
- Report all accidents and incidents observed on the shift as they occur.
- Assist with facilitating Resident and family communication with and between medical staff.
- Follows work assignments and schedules, and use only authorized abbreviations established by Fleet Landing when recording information.
- Performs all assigned tasks in accordance with policies and procedures as instructed by supervisor.
- Immediately report all changes in Resident’s condition to the on-call RN, or supervisor.
- Perform chore services or companionship per care-plan created by agency and Resident.
- Review resident plan of care weekly to ensure appropriate and requested services are being provided. If resident or family member requests an addition to the care plan, supervisor must be notified; Supervisor will reach out to client or family member to ensure needs are met. Ensures written documentation reflects that the plan of care is being followed.
- Use only equipment you have been trained to use and operate all equipment in a safe manner.
- Observes areas of skin breakdowns and report concerns to the on call nurse or supervisor.
- Address Residents by retired rank, or Miss, Mrs. or Mr. and the Family name.
- Attends and participates in scheduled training and education classes, orientation programs and activities.
- Respect authority of Home Health Scheduler and follow instructions.
- Refer all inquiries to Home Health Scheduler.
- Only complete specified tasks that are listed on individualized care-plan.
- Inform Scheduler or on call staff if you are going to be late or absent from work, at least 3 hours prior to shift start.
- Maintain an atmosphere of warmth, personal interest and a calm environment for resident.
- Reports all violations, hazardous conditions and violations of safety.
- Uses only equipment and supplies necessary to do the job.
- Informs supervisor or scheduler of supply/equipment needs and reports defective equipment.
- Maintains confidentiality of all resident care information.
- Reports grievances and complaints to supervisor.
- Ensures fairness in treatment; listens to residents; gives choices and responds to individual preferences and requests.
- Attend monthly meetings to ensure carryover of changes to policy/procedures.
- Follow established smoking regulations; report all violations.
- Keep floors dry; mop up spill immediately.
- Ensure Residents have necessary articles, such as glasses and hearing aides.
- Follow all infection control procedures as per Fleet Landing policy; wash hands before and after performing any services for a Resident.
- Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Minimum Education Required:
High school diploma or equivalent. Possess a valid current CPR certification.
Minimum of 6 months, preferred.
Fleet Landing is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace