Assisted Living Universal Worker-Medication Manager
- Full Time
Assisted Living Director and DON
High school diploma or GED preferred. Must be 18 years old.
On-the-job training and nurse delegation is provided. A minimum of 12 hours of continuing education in subjects that pertain to Assisted Living are required per year. Will be required to complete an approved medication manager class that meets DIA requirements.
- Assist tenants with aspects of daily living as determined by the service plan.
- Assist with medication management as defined on service plan.
- Provide reminders to tenants as determined by the service plan.
- Perform or assist tenants with basic services such as light housekeeping and laundering of bed linens.
- Perform assurance checks to ensure tenant safety as assigned per tenant service plan.
- Report tenants physical or mental changes and requests to the Assisted Living Director and/or DON.
- Promote and assist as needed with activities and social events.
- Always follow tenant rights policies and procedures.
- Review and follow each tenant’s individual service plan.
- Always follow HIPPA and confidentiality policies and procedures.
- Help prepare the dining room, serve food, and complete the clean up of the dining room after mealtime.
- Perform any cleaning duties assigned during scheduled shift.
- Observe waste disposal procedures in accordance with policies and procedures.
- Assume accountability for all information contained in the Employee Handbook and Policy and Procedure Manuals.
- Follow all safety policies and procedures, including working responsibly to ensure personal safety.
- Wear appropriate uniform and name tag, and present in a clean, professional appearance.
- Come to work as scheduled and consistently demonstrate dependability and responsibility.
- Respond to all emergency calls and alarms in accordance with policy and procedures.
- Participate in all in-service education as required.
- Must be able to work independently without supervision and work as a part of a team.
- Can be innovative and creative to support psychosocial needs of tenants.
- Possible exposure to Blood Borne Pathogens.
- Comprehend and follow all OSHA, and state and federal regulations.
- Complete annual competencies with the DON.
- Accept and perform additional duties as assigned by your immediate supervisor.