**SIGN-ON BONUS! — $1500 for Full-Time and $750 for Part-Time!**

Current shifts available include the following:

40 hours per week: 9am – 5:30pm

24–32 hours per week: Day Shift

24 hours per week: 4pm – 8pm

All shifts rotate weekends and holidays

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Assist in developing plans for programming that meet residents’ needs. Evaluate effectiveness of programming. Lead or assist with conducting programming. Encourage community involvement in location and work with volunteers. Keep activity area free of hazards. Keep potentially harmful substances in locked storage and discards properly. Follow appropriate and adequate safety measures while on outings. Assure residents are supervised at all times while in planned groups/outings, etc. Assist in tasks related to resident as necessary; to include, but not limited to assisting resident in ensuring proper clothing/appearance, escorting resident, and participating in the dining experience (setting, clean/sanitize supplies/equipment according to set schedule. Follow proper guidelines/policies regarding pets/animals. Provides residents with opportunities and choice consistent with care plans.

Basic Responsibilities:

This position will be held accountable for complying with all related laws, regulations, company policies and procedures pertaining to his or her position and for fulfilling his or her obligations under North Star Manor’s Corporate Compliance Program.

Other Duties:

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listen of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education Experience: Prior work experience in long term care is preferred; other pertinent experience includes working in any confined environment-hospitals, prison, school, hospice, daycare, group home, residential care, or psychiatric setting.

Skills/Abilities: Ability and desire to be creative in adapting programs and supplies to meet individual resident needs.