The primary job of a nurse working in a nursing home is to care for the needs of elderly patients. At a basic level, nurses make sure patients maintain acceptable levels of personal hygiene, have clean beds, receive proper nutrition and quality medical care. Each employee is responsible to help to maintain a high quality of life for all residents.View Full Description
Housekeepers generally have a list of duties to complete on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. Daily duties may include changing linens on residents' beds. They may clean and disinfect bathrooms, washing mirrors and replenishing washroom supplies. Floor cleaning is another regular duty, which includes sweeping and mopping, as well as occasional buffing. Housekeepers are responsible for emptying trashcans and cleaning air vents. They also clean furnishings and horizontal surfaces to remove dust and dirt. When housekeepers observe potential maintenance issues or resident problems, they report them to management.View Full Description
The dietary team works along with the dietary manager to prepare meals. They also assist in the cleanup, kitchen maintenance, setting up and taking down the dining areas. Other job duties include delivering food to residents' rooms, preparing and serving snacks and taking inventory of food and kitchen supplies.View Full Description
A hospitality aide is also known as a nursing assistant. Your job duties as a hospitality aide involve taking care of patients, cleaning the facilities and equipment, and providing personal grooming and hygiene assistance to the residents.View Full Description
- I love working for Evansville Protestant Home because they go out of their way for both their residents and employees. Everyone is so friendly and it's very rewarding to get to help others. -- Jen J.