Waterstone on Augusta is a positive, caring workplace. We have fun every day, while reaping the rewards and satisfaction of delivering the highest quality assisted living and memory care to our residents.
“Serving Hearts” Wanted
We have heard many times that the #1 reason families choose a Foster Senior Living care community is our people. It is the caring hearts of our leadership and staff that make residents feel welcome and loved. Every member of our team goes out of their way to get to know and understand residents, to know the names of family members and to care about their history. We celebrate all the different personalities here, and go about our work keeping residents’ best interests top of mind.
Because of the critical role of each and every team member, we work hard to train and retain staff. Our compensation and benefit package is competitive. We offer career growth opportunities. We make our staff feel appreciated. We have a saying here, “It’s a calling, not a career.” If our culture sounds like a good fit for you, please apply online or in person.
We Are Hiring!
FT / PRN Med Tech
The primary purpose of your job position is to assist in the administering of medications to residents as ordered by the attending physician, under the direction of the attending physician, your supervisor and your administrator. The administration of medications shall be in accordance with established nursing standards, the policies, procedures, and practices of this facility, and the requirements of this state.
As a Certified Medication Aide/Tech, you are delegated the administrative authority, responsibility, and accountability necessary for carrying out your assigned duties.
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Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Provide assistance to residents with activities of daily living as needed according to care plan. (Toileting, Ambulation, Eating, Transferring, Bathing, Dressing, Personal Hygiene, etc.)
- Assure that residents are dressed appropriately when in living areas of the home or outside the building.
- Assist and teach the residents skills in self-help in activities and daily living to maximize their independence and freedom of movement.
- Based on training criteria, perform all personal care tasks. With completion of the personal care aide course, perform basic personal care tasks. If additional courses are completed, perform special health related tasks, as approved by doctors’ orders, approved, and signed off by a registered nurse.
- Provide personal assistance as needed, requested, or required.
- Respond to hand bell or other signaling calls.
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