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Posted
Mar 15, 2018


Facility Info

Heritage Hills Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
80 Douglas Pike
Smithfield, RI 02917

Contact
gsullivan@hcltdri.com
401-231-2700
401-231-2703 (fax)


Job Description

If you are a highly motivated individual with a drive for success and compassion for the elderly, this could be a job for you!  Join our family of exceedingly skilled professionals with a career as an Activities AideActivities Aides are given the ability to provide fun and engaging tasks, projects or games for our residents, and work closely with many of our other facility departments.  Our team of bright, enthusiastic staff members strive to give the highest quality of care with the belief that we have done our job well only when we have provided a level of service that far exceeds the needs and preferences of those we care for.

Qualified applicants must possess a professional attitude and high personal integrity.

Become part of a dedicated family that values teamwork, growth and personal development.

Specific Details
This position is part-time. Escort residents to daily activities. Keep daily attendance and document residents participation in activities. Set up dining room for lunch and dinner. Perform other job duties as assigned.

Must have good communication skills and the ability to work as a team player. Be flexible and willing to adapt as necessary.

Prior experience working with seniors. Leading and planning of activities is helpful, but will train.

Shift
Days, Evenings, Some weekends

Category
Activities

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