Why Work at RiverWoods?
RiverWoods is committed to maintaining its reputation of providing community and peace of mind through quality and compassionate care. The care we provide for our resident’s is guided by our philosophy of providing each person with an opportunity to achieve and maintain their optimal wellbeing throughout their life. Leadership encourages an innovative mindset, critical thinking skills and a sense of humor. We take our positions seriously but not ourselves.
Riverwoods Exeter is currently offering a $3000.00 Sign-On Bonus for the following Full-Time positions!
Licensed Nurse Assistant /Medication Nurse Assistant(LNA/MNA) 7am-3pm. Shifts will include every other weekend (32 hours weekly)
Employee Benefits at RiverWoods
We are committed to providing peace of mind not only to our residents but also to our staff. We offer a variety of benefits intended to enhance the well-being of our employees and their family members, and we are continuously evaluating new and innovative options for benefits, resources and programs to help employees manage their health, wellness and developmental goals. At RiverWoods, you have the opportunity to be your best self.
Mutuality• Authenticity• Not for Self • Respect for the Individual• Sustainability
OUR CORE VALUES
A Medication Nursing Assistant (MNA) is a Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA) who has completed a Board approved medication administration program conducted by a Board approved Registered Nurse. Board approved medication administration programs must offer a minimum of 30 hours of theoretical content and 30 hours of clinical content.
Licensed Nursing Assistants (LNAs) work under the direction of RNs and LPNs and provide basic patient care and assist with nursing procedures. LNAs care for elderly, newborns, and children with special needs, those recovering from illness, injury or surgery, or individuals with disabilities in their own homes. LNAs typically have a great deal of patient contact as they are responsible for monitoring patient vital signs such as temperature, blood pressure, and pulse. The duties of a LNA often include helping with "activities of daily living," including personal hygiene, meal preparation, and assistance with self-administration of medicine.