Personal Care Assistant (PCA)Presbyterian SeniorCare Network
Personal Care Assistant (PCA)
Presbyterian SeniorCare Network - Washington Campus - Southminister Place, Washington, PA
Why Presbyterian SeniorCare Network?
We are all about Making Aging Easier®
We are a non-profit, faith-based network of living and care options. Our more than 2,100 employees are privileged to serve the needs of more than 6,500 older adults each year in 10 counties in western PA. Across our accredited, award-winning continuum of living and care options, our mission is to provide the highest quality of care possible.
Why Be a Personal Care Assistant at Presbyterian SeniorCare Network?
Presbyterian SeniorCare Network creates an atmosphere that allows staff to use their gifts within a full continuum of care. Our Personal Care neighborhood provides an opportunity for our staff to develop meaningful relationships with our residents. Personal Care Assistants are encouraged to become role models, leaders and experts in their field. We are committed to affording our PCAs the opportunity to move up in the health care field. Whether you are interested in developing within the role or furthering your education in the health care field we committed to continuing education. We encourage those new to health care or experienced Personal Care Assistants to Find Your Calling Here...
What We Offer at Presbyterian SeniorCare Network
- Medical, Dental, Vision
- Company paid life insurance for full-time employees
- Employee Referral Bonuses
- Recognition Program
- Free Parking
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Person-centered onboarding
- A rewarding career with an opportunity to make a difference
- Flexibility in shifts and schedules
- Generous shift differentials
Helps Resident by providing comfort. Supports daily living needs of the resident such as assisting with personal hygiene and vital sign monitoring. Able to effectively interact with residents, resident families, and team members. Enhances community reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to those we serve. Provides resident comfort by maintaining resident stability by checking vital signs and weight; responding to resident requests; reporting observations of the resident to nursing supervisor. Provides for activities of daily living by assisting with serving meals and in-between meals snacks and refreshments. Provides residents' personal hygiene by giving bedpans, urinals, baths, shampoos, and shaves; assisting with travel to the bathroom; helping with showers and baths.
Education and/or Experience
- High school graduate or GED.
- Successful completion of the Direct Care Worker online test through the Department of Human Services during the orientation period.