Current Openings as of April 9, 2018
Mason Wright Senior Living is a great place to live AND to work!
Mason Wright is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers an upbeat work environment. Benefits for eligible employees include paid Life Insurance and Short term Disability, paid Vacation, paid Sick Days, paid Personal Days, 8 Holidays per year and Health and Dental Insurance options.
| Life Enrichment/Activities Assistant
Summary of Responsibilities:
Must have 1- 2 years experience working with the elderly and Alzheimer’s populations. Must be creative, responsible, organized, and dependable, with the ability to communicate effectively with senior citizens and their families. Computer skills required. Must be flexible, a good team player, and able to work some evenings and weekend hours. Must have patience, tact, cheerful disposition and enthusiasm. Must be able to express self clearly, verbally and in writing. Must have a valid driver’s license and a history of responsible, accident-free driving.
In this positions, you assist in the planning and implementation of daily programs, activities, holiday parties and special events. Because you spend so much quality time with the residents, you are also an important ‘extra set of eyes’ to observe and report any suspected changes you suspect in a residents’ physical or mental status. Our Life Enrichment assistants are also ‘cheerleaders,’ enthusiastically encouraging the residents to participate in yoga, morning exercise, happy hours, birthday parties, walks around the grounds, trips to museums, ball games, lunch, etc. You must have solid organizational skills and be responsible with money, as you are often responsible for petty cash and activity supply purchases, ensuring that we have all of the materials needed to implement the programs and activities, as planned.
Resident Care Associate – MUST HAVE VALID MA CNA LICENSE
PART TIME/FULL TIME POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR 3-11PM & 11PM-7AM
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
The primary responsibility of this position is to assist residents in Activities of Daily Living. This includes, but is not limited to, toileting, bathing, dressing and assessing residents’ need for additional medical attention. RCAs will also provide residents with reminders and cueing to take medications, under the careful supervision of the Resident Care Director.