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Resident Aide (PT, Evenings)

Job Summary

NRC is seeking a Resident Aide (RA) to assist residents in their daily living. In addition to helping with everyday needs, RAs also support recreational and social activities and assist residents who have limited mobility by helping them walk or transporting them in their wheelchairs. Gain an introduction to the medical field while making a positive impact in the lives of residents.

Hours: 27.5 Hours/pay period (EOW/EOH)
Shift: 4:00–9:30 pm

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Make personal connections with residents
  • Provide daily cares, including bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting and more
  • Assist with transfers, or helping residents into wheelchairs or walkers
  • Administer medications for residents on a timely schedule
  • Work alongside nursing staff, who are there to assist with activities and procedures requiring RN/LPN licensure
  • Report to lead staffer, who will help you follow care protocols

Qualifications and Skills

  • Outgoing, friendly personality. Resident Aides must be able to establish and maintain positive relationships with residents.
  • NAR/HHA (Home Health Aide) Certification. You must earn your NAR/HHA certification in order to perform the duties listed above. Candidates who already have this certification are preferred, but NRC can provide you with this training.
  • Age 18 or older. In order to operate lift equipment to help residents into wheelchairs or bed, you must be at least 18 years of age.

Benefits and Perks

  • $1.00 shift differential. RAs working this shift are eligible for a higher wage than daytime shifts.
  • Career development. NRC is a great place to start your career. We offer free training, tuition reimbursement and mentorships so you can learn on the job and prepare for a career in health care. Learn more at northfieldretirement.org/join/training-education

Company Overview

Located in Northfield, Minnesota, Northfield Retirement Community (NRC) provides exceptional housing, care facilities and services for seniors seeking a vibrant community rooted in the Christian tradition. NRC’s focus is on giving adults, age 55 or older, the assistance they need to lead healthy, meaningful lives.

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