Spring Recruitment Open House May 22
Come by and learn about career opportunities as well as professional development options including free CNA classes, Servsafe training, and CPR/first aid training.
The primary responsibility of the Bridgewater Home Maintenance Mechanic I is to perform routine maintenance tasks, take care of repair requests daily and assist with any maintenance problems that may occur with the day-to-day operation of the 24/7 community. The maintenance mechanic covers all areas of the Home premises. This position is full-time and will have a regular workday schedule of Monday-Friday, 7am-3pm.
- Must be able to speak fluent English
- Must have a valid driver’s license in the state of Virginia
- Must have a minimum of three years successful employment in one or more of the following trades: carpentry, electrical work, plumbing, refrigeration, dry walling or painting, mechanical trades (such as sheet metal, automatized work and welding), and boiler mechanics (trade school certification or other license may be substituted for a portion of the employment experience listed); or have a minimum of five years successful employment in general maintenance in a setting similar to BRC.
The primary responsibilities of the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) are to administer and/or assist residents with medications via various methods and provide total care or assistance with Activities of Daily Life (ADLs) to residents as assigned in Assisted Living. The RMA also assists residents in all aspects of activities of daily living, restorative, and preventative care, in a safe and healthy environment. Must maintain the ability to work with others, adapt to multiple demands, set priorities, tactfully handle residents and visitors, and understand residents’ specific needs and conditions.
If you have a passion for food and an appetite for creativity, have we got a great recipe for you. BRC Dining Services combines talented and caring people with creative, diverse meal preparation and presentation to produce a unique and exciting dining experience for residents, families, and guests. Expand your culinary horizons and share your knowledge and skills with us, either in our Maple Terrace or Bridgewater Home location.
- Cook experience
- Excellent customer service skills
In addition to the important tasks of assisting with meal preparation, service, and clean up after meals while following safety and sanitation standards, this is an opportunity to work with some very talented people who have fun, enjoy their work, and take exceptional care of our residents and guests.
The primary responsibilities of the CNA are to provide total care or assistance with ADL’s to residents as assigned, while providing the best quality of life for them. This position will assist residents in all aspects of activities of daily living, restorative, and preventative care, in a safe and healthy environment, while maintaining the ability to work with others and to adapt to multiple demands, setting priorities, tactfully handling residents and visitors, and understanding the residents’ specific needs and conditions. See Training Opportunity information below.
The nurse works with residents, nursing personnel, physicians, families, and visitors as well as team members within other departments; also maintains awareness of BRC policies and procedures as well as federal and state regulations affecting care of the residents.
- Valid RN or LPN license in the Commonwealth of Virginia
- CPR Certification
The homemaker serves and makes meals for our residents. This includes cleanup of the dining room and kitchen in the Nursing households, washing dishes, sweeping and mopping floors, and resetting tables so residents can enjoy their next meal. The homemaker also helps to keep our residents’ rooms, bathrooms, and common areas clean, while working as a team to provide excellent resident-centered care in the Nursing households, Assisted Living, and Gardner House (memory care household).
For more information about these or other positions, please call the Human Resources team at 540-828-2391 or email mdodrill@BRCliving.org.
Bridgewater Retirement Community (BRC) provides training opportunities at no charge for individuals to earn their certification as a nurse aide, (CNA).
The CNA course is offered to individuals who are eligible for employment and have a desire to work at BRC.
Course length is 120 hours in total, which includes 80 classroom hours, and 40 clinical hours. Classes are daily 8AM-5PM.
Classroom and clinical instruction are based upon regulations governing certified nurse aides by the Virginia Board of Nursing.
Students who successfully complete all course requirements and demonstrate good standing with attendance and work performance will be offered employment opportunities.
Positions may include full time, part-time and as needed positions. Teammates work every other weekend and every other holiday.
- June 24 through July 11, 2019
- September 16 through October 4, 2019
- December 2 through December 20, 2019
If you would like more information, please contact Cindy Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org