Location: Good Samaritan Society Olathe
Address: 20705 W 151st St, Olathe, KS 66061-7222 USA
Employment Type: PRN
Shift: Various Shifts Available
Easy Application Process - Mobile Device Friendly - Phone Interviews
At Cedar Lake Village, we provide assisted living senior care in a home-like environment where you can focus on relationships, and not just tasks. All in an upbeat workplace where management has an open door policy, scheduling is flexible, staff members enjoy their jobs, and everyone is dedicated to doing the right thing. At our facility, you have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of your residents while feeling fully engaged and fulfilled by the work that you do.
This CMA Assisted Living - PRN position works on an as needed / on call basis. PRN staff are responsible to pick up at least 5 shifts per month, at least two of which must occur on a weekend, and a minimum of one holiday per year.
Incentives for this position include the following-
Why work for the Good Samaritan Society?
The Good Samaritan Society is the nation's largest non-profit senior care company. With nearly 100 years of charting new territory, the Society is transforming the aging experience in America. Now, partnered with Sanford Health, we are able to provide care through all stages of life.
Why work for the Olathe Good Samaritan Society?
The Olathe Good Samaritan Society is a first class campus that offers a variety of services to its residents and a variety of experiences for its employees. Beautiful facilities, wonderful coworkers, flexible scheduling, and caring leaders make this campus an excellent place to work. This location includes the Olathe Good Samaritan Center, which specializes in long term care, Cedar Lake Village, which offers assisted living services, the Hoeger House, which focuses on post-acute care, and the Olathe Towers, which provides affordable housing opportunities. Find your home away from home- join the Good Samaritan Family now!
Why work (or live) in Olathe?
Olathe is a growing community that offers access to big city living while still retaining its country feel. The Kansas City Metro Area is easily accessible and affords such amenities as night life, live concerts, the Chiefs, the Royals, and iconic Kansas City Barbeque! A variety of shopping and dining experiences await in this up and coming community. Olathe has excellence school systems and is rated top 10 in parks and community events. Accounting for the majority of growth in the state of Kansas, Olathe is the center of the action while managing to remain a wonderful place to live and raise a family.
What You'll Do
This position provides care and services such as medication administration, healthcare services, activities of daily living assistance and other duties, as assigned, in a caring, safe and efficient manner and is responsible to perform the following according to location standards and procedures.
Assists residents with self-administration of medications; may administer medications with proper training. Provides the right medication to the right person at the right time in the right dose and by the right route ensuring all changes in medication are responded to in a timely manner. Stores medications correctly, cleans and locks med cart or other storage system. Follows location policy for missed medications, accidentally dropped or spit out by the resident, and medication errors. Follows procedures for documentation, including narcotics sign out. Follows up with observation and documentation of resident response to medication received. Provides care and services according to resident service plan. Follows procedures for documentation and medical emergencies. Obtain vital signs accurately and reports changes in resident health status. Assists residents with dressing and maintaining proper clothing. Assists residents in maintaining proper and clean appearance, to include bathing, oral hygiene, trimming nails, and shaving unwanted hair. Assist with application and care of hearing aids, eyeglasses, and prostheses if appropriate and applicable. Promotes highest level of resident mobility. Assures residents have access to their assistive devices to support mobility. Assists as necessary with housekeeping, laundry and dining duties. Provides assistance recreational programs and encouraging residents to participate. Adheres to OSHA and CDC guidelines to minimize infections by following aseptic cleaning techniques, including those that apply to blood borne pathogens. Demonstrates safe and proper techniques for chemical use, and follows SDS guidelines for any exposure.
What You'll Need
Maintains required medication aide registry/ certification / qualifications and associated standards. Prior work experience may not be required to be hired into this job. A high school education or higher education is not required to be hired into this job. A high school diploma or GED is required for administration of medication in some states– refer to state regulations.
Basic ability to communicate and comprehend; ability to measure and comprehend certain quantities.
Must be able to speak read and write in English and be able to articulate clearly and audibly.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, marital status or other protected status. For more information including state-specific protections, please visit-
The Good Samaritan Society offers an attractive, employee-approved benefits package for qualifying full-time and part-time employees. The variety of benefits include
Health, dental, & vision insurance.
401(k) retirement plan with matching donations
Paid short term disability and life insurance.
A full suite of additional insurances and benefits.
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Division: UNIVERSAL WORKER
Req ID: req50571