• Resident Assistant (RA)

    Job ID 2018-1095
    Job Locations
    Clinical Services
    Category
    Regular Full Time
    Shift
    Day, Night
  • Who We Are

    AlmaVia of San Francisco

    Do you enjoy working with seniors? Do you want to work in a setting where you are valued and appreciated? AlmaVia of San Francisco is a vibrant retirement community located within walking distance from the Daly City BART Station. We pride ourselves on being a person-centered community and value our employees and residents. We are currently hiring.

    About This Career Opportunity

    A Resident Assistant / Caregiver:

    • Provides personal care and services to residents with dementia in accordance with resident needs, individual service plans and the philosophy of supportive and resident centered care.
    • Helps residents with activities of daily living including personal care, bathing, grooming, dressing, bathroom assistance, light housekeeping, and group and individual activities.

    • Provides meal and activity escort assistance - walking, wheelchair or walker.
    • Documents care through electronic charting.
    • Communicates with and responds to residents about their needs.

    This job requires:

    • Lifting / pushing and pulling up to 50 lbs. and 100 lbs. with assistance.
    • Frequent standing and walking.
    • Work on weekends and holidays, based on scheduling.

    Are You Qualified?

     Here’s what you need:

    • A passion for working with an aging population.
    • Minimum of one year experience working with seniors or be a current CNA, preferably in a long term care environment.
    • Working knowledge of computers and typing, sufficient enough to be successful with computerized Point of Care and other systems.
    • Regular attendance and punctuality.
    • Effective English verbal and written communication skills with the ability to successfully work in a multi-cultural environment.

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