CNA- The Residence at South Windsor Farms

LCB Senior Living
South Windsor, CT 06074
United States
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The Residence at South Windsor - South Windsor, CT


If you have been looking for a career that loves you back... This is the one!

LCB Senior Living is hiring CNAs & HHAs at The Residence at South Windsor Farms. Apply today for immediate consideration!

**Sign-On Bonus up to (FT) $3,000 (PT) $1,500**

**Full-Time: 3p- 11p**

**Part-Time: All shifts**

**Per Diem**

**Starting at $18/hr - $20/hr based on experience**

What We Offer:

  • Great benefits starting from Day One (Full-Time)

    • Health

    • Vision

    • Dental

    • 401k

  • PTO- Paid Time Off

  • Work with an Amazing Team!

  • Possibility for tuition reimbursement

  • Rewarding role working with seniors


Resident Care Associate shall provide for the needs of the elders, including personal care, therapeutic programming, safety and emotional support in a manner that supports the dignity, independence, choice and individuality of each resident. The duties of Resident Care Associate include delivery of services as written on the approved service plan for each Resident.


The essential duties and responsibilities described below are representative of those an associate encounters while performing the basic functions of this position. While every effort has been made to identify the essential functions of the position, it in no way states or implies that these are the only duties you will be required to perform. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or is an essential function of the position.

1. Promote the mission and core values of the Residence and LCB Senior Living to residents, visitors, co- workers and the surrounding community.

2. As an associate you are expected to have an active role in growing community occupancy by representing and interacting positively with potential residents, family members and professionals.

3. Prior to being assigned regular duties, each Resident Care Associate shall successfully complete the communitys and any State orientation training program.

4. Assisting residents with medications according to State Regulation and LCB Policies, making the required record entries at appropriate times, and making the appropriate notifications to the nurse concerning self- administered medications (as specified by state regulations).

5. Actively engage residents in meaningful interactions and experiences

Provides assistance, encouragement, and restorative interventions, as needed, for residents to be as independent as possible in their activities of daily living including and not limited to: bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, assist in dining, and mobility.

Takes initiative in engaging in group and individual engagement.

6. Monitors for changes in resident needs, preferences and health status. Reports/documents any noticed changes at once to the RN or designee.

7. Assisting Residents with clothing and laundry needs as per the service plan.

8. Assisting Residents in going to bed at night, when necessary.

9. Assisting Residents with keeping their units neat, clean and orderly.

10. Answering emergency calls and attending to the Residents needs promptly.

11. All Resident Care Associates are required to participate in the communitys regularly scheduled on-going in-service training programs. Upon request of the Resident Care Director, Resident Care Associates shall participate in specialized staff training programs, and mandatory education requirements dictated by State Regulation.

12. Assists with escorting residents to meals and engagement as needed or directed.

13. Documents both scheduled and unscheduled service that are provided, including incidents, behaviors, and out of the ordinary events, including a residents refusal of services. Inputs information in to the community computer tracking system regarding services provided to residents.

14. Conducts and facilitates programming, including therapeutic groups and individual interaction, that offer cognitive stimulation, socialization, physical activity and spiritual connection.

15. Other duties as requested.


QUALIFICATION STANDARDS: (These qualifications meet or exceed NH, MA, CT and RI State specific requirements.)

a. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Ability to use computer for documenting services provided. Shall be fluent in the ability to communicate in the English language, both oral and written.

b. Education: Must have completed the course for certified nursing assistant or have equivalent training or experience as required by State Regulation, and CPR and First Aide training as mandated by the State employed.

c. Experience: Prior experience providing direct care or the equivalent in training preferred. Experience in caring for seniors with Alzheimers disease or other forms of Dementia is preferred.

d. Certificates/Licenses: Current license/certification as required by State Regulation and provide copies of the documentation to the Resident Care Director or designee.

e. Computer Skills: Demonstrates computer literacy and familiarity with office software, including but not limited to word processing or demonstrate the ability to learn data input.