DIETARY AIDE – Part time in Greenville, SC
Rotating Weekends with Various shifts available!

NHC HealthCare Mauldin, a 180 bed post acute and long term care facility in Greenville, SC is in need of a part time Dietary Aide to join the team.  The dietary aide performs various duties associated with the production and service of patient meals.
The qualified applicant for this position must:

  • have a sincere interest in food service and enjoy working with geriatric and other healthcare patients
  • have, or be willing to learn, food preparation and cooking skills
  • possess and use excellent customer service and communication skills
  • be able to follow oral and/or written instructions

demonstrate other qualifications to be reviewed at time of interview.

NHC offers a competitive rate of pay and the benefit of working for a leading senior care company since 1971!  If you consider yourself a self-starter with good communication skills who enjoys team work, apply online at nhccare.com/careers

EOE





        General Purpose
        Performs various duties associated with the production and service of patient meals.
        RESPONSIBLE TO:
        Directory of Dietary / Dietary Manager / Assistant Dietary Manager / Cook
        QUALIFICATIONS:
        Must have a sincere interest in foodservice and enjoy working with geriatric and other healthcare patients.
        Must have, or be willing to learn, food preparation, and simple cooking skills.
        Must have knowledge of, or be willing to learn, therapeutic and modified diet information to use in preparing and serving patient trays.
        Must have knowledge of, or be willing to learn, correct sanitation procedures and use these on a daily basis.
        Must be willing to perform repetitive tasks daily.
        Must possess and use excellent customer service and communication skills.
        Must be able to follow oral and/or written instructions.
        Must be able to speak and understand English. May be required to have reading skills.
        Must be able to read and/or understand labels on chemicals and MSDS sheets and be able to use these products safely and correctly.
        Must be in good mental and physical condition.
        Must work cooperatively and productively with all partners in Dietary and in all departments following established policies of the center.
        Must be willing to fulfill the responsibilities of the position, must be at work on time and during scheduled shift.
        May be required to have or obtain a Food Handlers Certificate or Sanitation Course, as required by state regulations.
        Must be able to work under supervision.
        PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
        Must be able to be on feet standing or walking most of the working day and must be able to bend, stoop, squat, and twist numerous times daily.
        Must be able to lift 50-60 pounds, sweep and mop floors, and push/pull carts. Must be able to climb on safety ladders to perform cleaning, storage, or other duties.
        Must be able to carry out fine motor skills and manual dexterity requirements.
        Must possess mental acuity high enough to adequately perform job requirements.
        Must be able to see and hear adequately in order to respond to auditory and visual requests from patients as well as communicate with staff.
        Must be able to handle and use all food service equipment of standard height and design used in food preparation, service, and cleanliness.
        Must be able to taste and smell foods to determine quality and palatability.
        Must be able to withstand changes of extreme temperatures while working around ranges in kitchens or entering walk-in freezer, etc. In dishroom, must be able to work in a noisy room with a warm, moist, and odorous atmosphere.
        Must be alert and work safely and cautiously to avoid cuts and burns while working with kitchen equipment and to avoid falls while working on or near wet and slippery floors.
        Must not have any medical conditions which would endanger self or others if such should occur while in the Dietary Department or during patient contact.
        DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
        Are determined by the center and may include, but are not limited to the following:
        Must demonstrate qualities of being a self-starter and be able to make independent decisions when necessary.
        Has a thorough understanding of all regulations (local, state, and federal) which affect dietary including, but not limited to, patient care, sanitation, labor, fire, safety, and disaster and complies to these regulations.
        Assists in maintaining the dietary department in a safe, secure, and sanitary manner and reports any problems to the Dietary Manager.
        Uses good judgment in conserving supplies, preventing food waste, and conserving utilities. Reports any food, supply, and equipment needs or concerns to the Dietary Manager.
        Assists in receiving and storing food and supplies to prevent waste and assure quality products. Dates, labels, and stores items properly. Uses proper food handling techniques.
        Responsible for scraping, stacking, washing, and sanitizing dishes, flatware, utensils, pots/pans, etc. and for removing broken and chipped dishes and glassware from use. Wraps flatware if needed.
        Properly transports and stores dishes, flatware, utensils, pots/pans, etc. Responsible for having sufficient quantities of clean and sanitized dishes, flatware, utensils, pots/pans, etc. to meet time schedule for meal preparation and service.
        Cleans and sanitizes the dish machine and dish room. Empties and cleans/sanitizes the trash can. Keeps work area clean and uncluttered and completes assigned cleaning duties.
        Assists cook, if needed, in preparing and serving foods for all diets, including therapeutic diets, according to planned menus, using proper portions and special diet items. Prepares beverages, breads, and other menu items as assigned.
        Communicates and cooperates with the staff, patients, and their families.
        Sets up trays for service, sorts diet cards and/or selective menus.
        Serves trays on tray line and checks trays for accuracy of diets, preferences, and quality before they are delivered. Delivers carts to floors as needed.
        Busses tables in dining room; cleans/sanitizes table tops.
        Attends in-service and other necessary training.
        In absence of the Director of Dietary, Dietary Manager, and Assistant Dietary Manager, is responsible to the cook for supervision in the Dietary Department
        Adheres to the dress code for the department.
        Performs other tasks as necessary and appropriate.


         PART TIME Dietary Aide/ Server for Beautiful Villages of St Peters

        Don’t miss this great opportunity  for a Part Time  DIETARY AIDE/ SERVER to join our team at Villages of St Peters conveniently  located off interstate 70 in St Peters, MO !  A dietary aid performs various duties associated with the production and service of patient meals.

        The qualified applicant for this position must:

        • have a sincere interest in food service and enjoy working with geriatric and other healthcare patients
        • have, or be willing to learn, food preparation and cooking skills
        • possess and use excellent customer service and communication skills
        • be able to follow oral and/or written instructions
        • demonstrate other qualifications to be reviewed at time of interview
        • Must be 16 years of age or older

        IF you are interested in this position, please come in & complete an application!

        Just talk with the receptionist!! **Be sure to bring your drivers license, social security card, and 3 references

        Address: 5400 Executive Centre Parkway 

                       St Peters, MO 63376

        Our current opportunities for Part Time are:

        6:00 am-2:00 pm

        11:00 am-7:30 pm

        2:00 pm-7:30 pm

        4:00 pm-7:30 pm

        The Villages of St Peters offers competitive rates and benefits for part time employment including dental, vision, disability insurance, uniforms, 401 (k) with generous company match, and more.

        If you consider yourself a self-starter with good communication skills who enjoys team work, please apply online or find out more about us  at https://nhccare.com/locations/villages-st-peters/

        We look forward to talking with you!!

        EOE


        GENERAL PURPOSE
        Performs specified duties in order to maintain high standards of quality food preparation, production, service, and portion control, using standardized recipes, for all customers.
        RESPONSIBLE TO:
        Director of Dietary / Dietary Manager / Assistant Dietary Manager
        QUALIFICATIONS:
        Must have a sincere interest in foodservice and enjoy working with geriatric and other healthcare patients.
        Must have, or be willing to learn, food preparation and cooking skills.
        Must have knowledge of, or be willing to learn, therapeutic and modified diet information to use in preparing and serving patient trays.
        Must be able to read and interpret standardized recipes for quantity and quality food production.
        Must have knowledge of, or be willing to learn, correct sanitation procedures and use these on a daily basis.
        Must be willing to perform repetitive tasks daily.
        Must possess and use excellent customer service and communication skills.
        Must be able to follow oral and written instructions.
        Must be able to read, write, speak, and understand English.
        Must be able to read and understand labels on chemicals and MSDS sheets and be able to use these products safely and correctly.
        Must be in good mental and physical condition.
        Must possess leadership qualities and be able to supervise and secure the cooperation of the dietary partners.
        Must work cooperatively and productively with all partners in Dietary and in all departments following established policies of the center.
        Must be willing to fulfill the responsibilities of the position, must be at work on time and during scheduled shift.
        May be required to have or obtain a Food Handlers Certificate or Sanitation Course, as required by state regulations.
        Must be able to work under supervision.
        PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
        Must be able to be on feet standing or walking most of the working day and must be able to bend, stoop, squat, and twist numerous times daily.
        Must be able to lift 50-60 pounds, sweep and mop floors, and push/pull carts. Must be able to climb on safety ladders to perform cleaning, storage, or other duties.
        Must be able to carry out fine motor skills and manual dexterity requirements.
        Must possess mental acuity high enough to adequately perform job requirements.
        Must be able to see and hear adequately in order to respond to auditory and visual requests from patients as well as communicate with staff.
        Must be able to handle and use all food service equipment of standard height and design in demonstrating proper use in food preparation, service, and cleanliness or in actual use of equipment.
        Must be able to taste and smell foods to determine quality and palatability.
        Must be able to withstand changes of extreme temperatures while working around ranges in kitchens or entering walk-in freezer, etc. In dish room, must be able to work in a noisy room with a warm, moist, and odorous atmosphere.
        Must be alert and work safely and cautiously to avoid cuts and burns while working with kitchen equipment and to avoid falls while working on or near wet and slippery floors.
        Must not have any medical conditions which would endanger self or others if such should occur while in the Dietary Department or during patient contact.
        DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
        Are determined by the center and may include, but are not limited to the following:
        Must demonstrate qualities of being a self-starter and be able to make independent decisions when necessary.
        Must be able to manage the dietary department in the absence of the dietary manager when necessary and act as the supervisor when the manager or assistant manager is not available.
        Has a thorough understanding of all regulations (local, state, and federal) which affect dietary including, but not limited to, patient care, sanitation, labor, fire, safety, and disaster and complies with these regulations.
        Assists in maintaining the dietary department in a safe, secure, and sanitary manner and reports any problems to the Dietary Manager.
        Uses good judgment in conserving supplies, preventing food waste, and conserving utilities. Reports any food, supply, and equipment needs or concerns to the Dietary Manager.
        Assists in receiving and storing food and supplies to prevent waste and assure quality products. Dates, labels, and stores items properly. Uses proper food handling techniques.
        Reviews menus, therapeutic menus, recipes, and production sheets before preparing meals and prepares and serves all diets properly, accurately, and attractively as planned using proper portions and special diet items.
        Follows standardized recipes and special diet orders, preparing sufficient quantities to meet all service requirements.
        Responsible for testing and tasting foods for proper appearance, flavor, aroma, and temperature and making adjustments if needed.
        Responsible for timing of preparation of meals/snacks to meet time schedule for service for all customers and ensures that all meals/snacks are served as scheduled.
        Portions foods on plate during tray service according to standards. Checks trays for accuracy of diets, preferences, and quality before they are delivered. Serves on tray line and delivers carts to floors as needed.
        Follows menus provided; if menu substitutions are necessary, records these substitutions in designated place.
        Must show initiative in choosing garnishes, seasonings according to patient/resident preferences, the use of leftovers, and in food presentation and service.
        Attends in-service and other necessary training.
        Keeps work area clean and uncluttered, and completes assigned cleaning duties. Responsible for the proper use, care, cleanliness, and sanitation of kitchen and equipment.
        Communicates and cooperates with the staff, patients, and their families.
        Processes new diet orders and diet changes when received from nursing service, and keeps tray cards updated in absence of Dietary Manager.
        Adheres to the dress code for the department.
        Performs other tasks as necessary and appropriate.


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        GENERAL PURPOSE

        This position assists the Health Information Technician/Practitioner and/or Nursing Department with clerical responsibilities.

        RESPONSIBLE TO:

        Health Information Technician/ Practitioner

        QUALIFICATIONS:

        • High school graduate or equivalent
        • Previous experience working as a Unit Clerk or a graduate of a Unit Clerk Certificate Program preferred.
        • Ability to effectively communicate with the medical staff and allied health partners.
        • Ability to follow established procedures and to suggest changes for smoother operations.
        • Personal attributes to include neatness, accuracy, and attention to detail.
        • Pleasant and cooperative.

        PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

        • Ability to read, write, hear and communicate adequately to complete job duties and responsibilities
        • Ability to move throughout center without assistance
        • Must be able to see adequately enough to read hand written medical records

        DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

        Are determined by the center and may include, but are not limited to the following:

        • Upon admission and periodically (not less than monthly), quantitatively analyze the medical records to assure completeness, accuracy, and internal consistency while the patient is in the center.
        • Prepare and assemble the medical record on admission, prepare labels for charts and room, complete heading on all forms, stock necessary forms under the appropriate tabs.
        • Notify the Medical Record Practitioner upon admission and then every two weeks of any transfer data not received
        • Assist the medical staff and allied health personnel in updating the records
        • Maintain the flow of reports to the in-house medical records
        • Maintain Overflow File by removing outdated forms from the chart holder at the nursing station
        • Arrange the medical record in the proper discharge order upon dismissal of the patient
        • Forward the medical record to the Health Information Department for further processing upon dismissal of the patient
        • Assist with MDS system as instructed.
        • Answer the telephone and relay messages
        • Maintain a schedule of patients’ appointments and assist with arrangements as needed
        • Check to see that orders are processed properly
        • Fill out missing monthly medication treatment, or flow record
        • Notify therapist of orders
        • Request laboratory, x-ray and/or special tests and see that reports are received
        • Notify all departments of admissions, transfers, and/or discharges.
        • Transfer medical records, as well as overflow records, to the proper nursing station when a new patient is moved from one room to another.
        • Maintain the inventory of paper and desk supplies
        • Turn in charge slips and other requests from the charge nurse to Central Supply and replace the supplies.
        • Other duties as may be assigned from time to time.

        FULLTIME Memory Care Wellness/Activities Director for Memory Care in Independence, MO

        Villages of Jackson Creek Memory Care (19400 E 40th St S Ct, Independence, MO 64057) is seeking a Memory Care Wellness/Activities Director. Applicant must have a desire to work with seniors, be compassionate, caring and creative. The ideal candidate must be energetic, highly organized and have knowledge of the domains of wellness as it relates to programming in long term care, specific to dementia.  Your goal would be to provide daily meaningful activities that enhance the quality of life for our residents.

        Specifically, you are responsible for:

        • Developing and implementing a well-rounded wellness/activities program for Memory Care patients to include evenings and weekends, celebrating holidays and big events (When this virus is over)
        • Timely completion of assessments, care plans and associated paperwork
        • Facilitating monthly Resident Council meetings
        • Supervising wellness assistants to include training, scheduling, evaluation, etc.
        • Managing the center volunteer program to include recruitment, training, scheduling and recognition
        • Ensuring that all local, State and Federal guidelines regarding programming are met
        • Partnering with other departments to support marketing efforts in the community
        • Other duties as assigned

        Other important skills are:

        • Compassionate desire to connect with and care for memory care patients
        • Strong communication and time management
        • Ability to be a team player and work with other departments to build staff morale
        • Basic typing and computer skills
        • Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Publisher specifically for producing monthly calendars and newsletters along with other external and internal marketing material

        Education:

        Associate degree from an accredited college or university or

        Satisfactory completion of two years of college or

        Two years of experience in long term care specifically relating to activities and memory care programming

        Salary– Negotiable based on education and experience.

        NHC offers a competitive compensation package for full time employment including health, dental, vision, life, disability insurance, paid time off, 401(k) with generous company match, and more.

        Skype/Facetime Interviews will be conducted Mon-Fri from 9am-4pm.  You can call Jennifer Hammond at 636-634-8344 to set up an interview.

        In Person interview may be scheduled following this.  You will need to come early to fill out an application prior to your second interview.

        Please bring your Resume, Contact Information for 3 references, Driver’s License and Social Security Card for the second interview.


        FULL TIME- DAY SHIFT Housekeeper for family centered SNF in St. Charles, MO

        NHC HealthCare St. Charles is seeking a fulltime Housekeeper for dayshift who is able to deal tactfully and effectively with patients, families, fellow employees and visitors.  The qualified applicant for this position must be able to be on feet 7-8 hours a day, lift heavy objects and work with standard cleaning chemicals.  Duties include:

        • cleaning patient bathrooms
        • emptying garbage cans
        • cleaning patient rooms, hallways, walls, furniture and equipment
        • following established cleaning schedules

        If you are interested in this position, We would like to invite you to please come to NHC St Charles and complete an application Monday through Friday 8 am to 4 pm. Just talk with the receptionist!

        The address is:

        35 Sugar Maple Lane

         St Charles, MO 63303

        **Be sure to bring your drivers license, social security card, and 3 references

        Requirements: 

        – Must be able to read and understand Standard English
        – Must be flexible, be a team player, and have a positive attitude

        NHC  HealthCare St Charles offers a competitive compensation package for full time employment including health, dental, vision, life, disability insurance, uniforms, paid time off, 401 (k) with generous company match, and more.

        The NHC environment is one of encouragement and challenge … innovation and improvement … teamwork and collaboration … and honesty and integrity. All NHC employees are committed as partners, not only to the health of our patients, but to the well-being of the communities we serve.

        Caring in a better way day by day. CARE is our business! We put our heart into everything we do. We value teamwork, compassion, and provide you with a person – centered experience. We take pride at NHC St Charles as being a family. We care for our family (employees) as much as we do our residents, and always anticipate your needs.  

        If you are interested in working for a leader in senior care and share NHC’s values of honesty and integrity, please apply online or find out more about us at NHCcare.com/careers

        EOE