About Our CommunitiesVan Mall
Leisure Care-managed Van Mall Retirement and Assisted Living Community is located in a quiet, residential area of Vancouver, Washington.
Leisure Care, a One Eighty Company, has been a leader in the senior housing industry for 40 years. We’re experienced. We’re ambitious. We’re fun. And we’re looking for talented people to join our team. At Leisure Care we strive to positively impact the lives of our customers and employees each and every day. Our culture is rich with people who possess the natural desire and instinct to serve others, and the principle of leading a balanced life forms the foundation of this culture. We call it the Three-Thirds Lifestyle - putting family first, giving back to the community second, and meaningfully contributing to the company third. After all, happy employees outside of the office make for more dedicated, creative, and productive employees in the office. Leisure Care’s unique philosophy of Five-Star Fun has made us one of the most desirable companies to work for, both inside and outside of the senior housing industry. And it has never been a more exciting time to join our team.
Resident Assistant II - Vancouver, WA
Van Mall Retirement Community is now looking for a caregiver to join our team! If you want to break out of the traditional mold and experience a refreshing environment, join us at the premier retirement community in Vancouver. Van Mall is a Leisure Care managed community whose philosophy of Five-Star Fun for our residents and employees has made it one of the most desirable companies to work for.
The Resident Assistant II has full responsibility for direct resident care. This includes assistance with activities of daily living; including personal care, helping residents participate in their daily activity programs, and some laundry and housekeeping tasks.
The ideal candidate will have one to two years of experience in assisted living, medication administration, and training in medical terminology. The ability to communicate effectively and in a courteous, professional manner must be demonstrated, along with understanding the residents’ rights.
This position requires previous experience in caregiving, as well as medication training and education classes required by state statute. Certified Nurses Aid license is required (CAN/HCA). Preferred experience includes dementia and mental health training.
We offer a competitive wage and benefits package. If you have a strong desire to apply for a rewarding job, please apply today!
Leisure Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Job Status: Full Time