What would you do if you were blessed to care for your elderly parents or grandparents? First, you'd give them high quality care and safety. You'd help them get up and go to bed when they wanted. You'd plan and cook their favorite foods and eat a meal with them. You'd do fun things with them like games, puzzles, or spa day, and take them to the mall, park or a ball game. You'd make sure they had clean clothes and a clean house.
At Otterbein Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Neighborhoods you do this every day by working with a team of STNAs to care for and nurture 10 elders in a beautiful home where each elder has a private room and bath. You and your team, not your supervisor, decide how to best care for the elders including setting your own work schedules. You're supported by a team of nurses providing high quality clinical care. If this sounds like a job you're called to do, apply today! Join Otterbein, a faith-based, industry leading ministry, on our quest to liberate elders and those who serve them (you) from the mindset of institutional care!
Higher Staff to Resident Ratio:
- A 1:5 staffing ratio during the day
- A 1:10 ratio at night
Variety of Work Schedules
Variety of care and home management tasks
Free Meals during shift
Employee Sponsored Fund to help employees in need
Additional Benefits with Qualifying Hours:
Health, dental and vision
Paid Time Off 401(k) with company match
Communicates a sense of caring, concern, and dignity for elders
Works and communicates effectively with minimum supervision in a team environment
Provides elders with choices and decision-making opportunities
Engages in interesting and meaningful activities with elders
Works closely with the nursing team Assists with and documents ADL's
Plans and cooks meals
Completes laundry and light housekeeping tasks Demonstrates good time-management skills
Education: High school diploma/GED;
Certification: STNA training program - certificationApply Here Job Type:
Otterbein Senior Lifestyle ChoicesCompany Description:
Conceived in compassion and inspired by foresight.
One man had a bold dream. Dr. J.M. Phillippi of Lebanon, Ohio, dreamed that his church, the United Brethren, would one day create a home for the aged and orphaned.
In 1912, he acted on that call in a way that, to his church, seemed reckless. Even irresponsible.
Without its approval, Dr. Phillippi committed United Brethren to the purchase of 4,000 acres of a former Shaker settlement near Lebanon. The price: $325,000—40 million in today’s dollars. You can see why the church trustees gave him a sound verbal lashing!
Looking back, it all seems ordained. The leaders of that once-influential Shaker settlement, then called Union Village, must have shared his vision. Perhaps they saw it as an extension of their own “hands to work, hearts to God” ethos. They had 75 prospective buyers—but chose Dr. Phillippi.
A peaceful religious sect dating from the 1780s, the Shakers today are known for their ingenuity and cultural contributions. Especially their style of music and furniture. But they didn’t believe in procreation. They built their commune with the souls God sent their way. By 1909, the celibate Shaker population had dwindled to 26. And the village was sold.
Rather than dismantle the Shaker legacy, United Brethren preserved it. Today, Otterbein’s Marble Hall, built by Shaker craftsmen, is a national treasure, attracting history enthusiasts from around the world.
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