Come find out what makes 75 State Street so special!
Located in the historic West End neighborhood of Portland, Maine, 75 State Street is a nonprofit senior community offering a continuum of care that includes Independent Living and Assisted Living. Our mission is to promote the independence, dignity, and individuality of older people of all financial abilities by offering supportive programs and services in an urban, residential setting.
As a nonprofit organization, we care deeply about people – both for our residents who rely on 75 State Street to provide a safe, supportive environment in which to age in place, and for our staff – without whom we could not maintain our stellar reputation for care and community. When it comes to our staff, we strive to create strong teams, meaningful career growth, and an outstanding work environment.
We are currently hiring Full-Time, Part-Time and Per Diem CNA/PSS/CRMA to work in in our Assisted Living Unit. Competitive pay with shift differential!
We are also offering up to a 1,500 sign-on bonus!!!
POSITION SUMMARY: The role of Certified Nursing Assistant-Certified Residential Medication Aide (CNA-CRMA) is to provide high quality care to the residents of the facility that is consistent with procedures outlined by Health Services and the mission of 75 State Street. Duties include: medication administration, personal care, assistance with activities of daily living (ADL) and instrumental activities of daily living (IADL).
- Provide direct resident care including assistance with bathing, dressing, ambulation, transferring, and other physical and personal care assistance.
- Administers medication within scope of position; administers oral, topical, insulin, and inhalation medications according to policy.
- Observe for signs and symptoms of medication reaction in compliance with procedures and practices of CRMA.
- Documents in residents’ medication administrations records.
- Participates in the process of managing medication administration: ordering, stocking and cleaning.
- Observe, report, and document changes in resident behavior and general condition. Maintain accurate medical records which includes height, weight, vital signs, ADL, and IADL.
- Provide a safe environment for residents, which includes: providing the appropriate support in event of an emergency, maintaining a clean environment and sanitary equipment, and ensuring adequate supplies.
- Provide assistance with equipment (i.e..: walkers, canes, etc.) as needed.
- Maintain resident confidentiality and abide by all relevant HIPAA and HITECH regulations and uphold Resident Rights.
- Comply with Mandatory Reporting to Adult Protective Services.
- Follow established safety procedures and report safety hazards promptly.
- Assist other nursing staff as necessary.
- Light housekeeping and cleaning.
- Assistance with residents’ snacks and meals in accordance with practice or procedures.
- Assist with resident activities.
- Must value and foster an environment that ensures respect, support and safety for all members of the 75 State Street community, and actively promote the expansion of ideas, perspectives, and understanding that comes from having a diverse and inclusive community.
- Remain at the facility until a replacement arrives or to cover additional shifts when necessary.
- Attend all mandatory in-service trainings.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Experience working with the elderly in a personal care environment preferred.
- Graduate of approved CNA training program and active placement on State of Maine CNA Registry.
- Valid CRMA Certification and ability to maintain certification.
- Valid CPR certification, or ability to obtain within one year of hire.
- Good written and oral communication skills and ability to communicate effectively to residents, family, staff, and outside facilities and vendors.
- Ability to meet facility and state immunization requirements.
- Commitment to quality services and treating residents with dignity and respect.
- Ability to work effectively with others and portray a positive, team-player attitude.
- Strength: Must be able to occasionally lift, pull and move up to 100 pounds with assistance.
- Manual Dexterity: Must have the ability to frequently operate equipment listed below and frequently perform moderately difficult manipulative tasks.
- Coordination: Must be able to continuously perform tasks requiring hand-eye coordination such as stocking supplies. May be required to assist residents who are not steady on their feet.
- Mobility: Must be able to occasionally walk, stand, stoop, squat, kneel, twist, bend to floor, reach with hands/arms, climb stairs and remain in uncomfortable positions at times for prolonged periods.
- Speech: Must be able to continuously, clearly and precisely articulate and communicate when giving directions or interacting with staff, residents, visitors, healthcare professionals, and the public.
- Emotional Stability: Must be able to continuously deal effectively with stress created by multiple tasks, noises, interruptions and multiple priorities and work cooperatively as part of a team while maintaining a pleasant, professional demeanor.
- Vision: Must be able to continuously read small print and adjust focus.
- Hearing: Must be able to frequently receive verbal instructions, communicate with others and answer a phone with some background noise.
- Concentration: Must be able to continuously concentrate on fine details with frequent interruption.
- Attention Span: Must be able to frequently attend to tasks and meetings for prolonged periods.
- Conceptualization: Must be able to frequently understand and relate to ideas several at a time and interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written or oral form.
- Memory: Must be able to frequently remember verbal and written tasks.
Benefits: Excellent benefit package including employer paid health, dental, vision, 403(b), flexible spending and dependent care accounts, life, long and short term disability, paid holidays, paid parental leave, and generous earned time. Excellent working environment.