Elim Care CMA (Certified Medication Assistant) PRN in Bismarck, North Dakota

Job Description

Baptist Health Care Center of Bismarck is a faith-based senior housing ministry. The homelike atmosphere, friendly staff, and caring volunteers all help to make us one of Bismarck’s premier providers of skilled nursing. The loving and professional care provided to our residents for the past 75 years has earned Baptist Health Care Center many honors, including the coveted “Best Practices Award” from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

We are currently hiring a PRN CMA to work evenings in our innovative and growing facility.

As a CMA at Baptist Health Care Center, you will:

  • Administer medications in accordance with Baptist Health Care Center/Elim Care policies and perform treatments for which the position has been trained
  • Assist with resident cares including but not limited to answering call lights, toileting and feeding
  • Must be able to communicate effectively with residents, families and staff
  • 7am-7pm, 7pm-7am and 7-11 shifts, depending on need and availability

One dollar an hour shift differential for hours worked after 7:00 pm

Join our great Care Team! Please apply online or send your resume to:

Attn: Jen Smith Baptist Health Care Center 3400 Nebraska Drive Bismarck, ND 58503

Ph: 701-223-3040 | http://Jobs.elimcare.org | www.BaptistHealthcareCenter.org

Skills / Requirements
  • Must hold current, valid CMA II/CNA licenses in the state of North Dakota
  • Team player who has a passion for elder care and adapts quickly to changing situations
  • Must be able understand and read English as well as use a computer

"I value the work environment and how much I feel like I can do a good job and make a difference." current Baptist Health Care Center employee

Important Notes

EOE/AA Employer/Vet/Disabled *A Drug Free Workplace *A Veteran Friendly Employer

Posted: 06/20/2017

Job Status: On Call

Job Reference #: Baptist Health Care Center-Bismarck

Location: US-ND-Bismarck

Application deadline: July 3, 2017