Our CNAs / SRNAs enjoy a flexible work schedule that encourages work life balance. Our employees also enjoy evening / weekend premiums, a convenient location that is on many bus routes, free parking, reduced meal costs, and access to our fitness equipment at no cost. Most of all our employees love ECH because they are part of a friendly team that plays an important role caring for others. You will make a positive difference in the lives of our residents!
For more than 135 years, the Episcopal Church Home has served the Louisville community and its older adults with pride. Over the years, ECH has earned a reputation in senior living for the highest quality care and service delivered by caring and compassionate professionals. ECH Retirement Community sits on a 22 acre campus on Westport Road in Louisville and includes the Dudley Square Patio Homes, personal care and skilled nursing rooms, and the Memory Care Center of Excellence, and St. Luke's Chapel. ECH also provides short-term rehabilitation therapy, as well as family and community support groups and services.
The Episcopal Church Home community is the perfect choice for retirement living in Louisville that offers residents elegant surroundings, friendly and helpful staff, a stimulating environment, and a continuum of care to meet all lifestyle and care needs for older adults.
•Provides for all the residents personal care needs in a helpful, person-centered and timely manner.
•Maintains resident functional abilities at optimum level by using the restorative devises and programs.
•Maintains a clean, safe and inviting living environment for residents by keeping rooms, dining areas, halls and other common areas free of clutter, soiled items, debris and odor.
•Ensures that all resident-related information is documented in our computerized medical records system.
•Kentucky State Registered Nursing Assistant (SRNA) certification or Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certification required.
•Prior experience caring for residents with dementia preferred.
•Prior experience working in long term care preferred.
•Must be willing to work harmoniously with other personnel and families as well as be willing to communicate with residents based at whatever behavior or acuity level they are currently functioning.
•Must have the ability to read, write and communicate effectively with residents, families and other staff members.
•Must have the ability to maintain an attendance record which falls within the guidelines of the company’s and household’s attendance policy.
•Must have knowledge and competencies for age specific interventions.