Nurse Assistant (Non-Certified) - Full Time Job Opening

Nurse Assistant (Non-Certified) - Full Time

Manorhouse Assisted Living

Knoxville, Tennessee
Category: Nurse Assistant

Are you passionately committed to customer service? If so, we would like to hear from you!

Manorhouse Assisted Living Memory Care is a customer service focused provider of senior living in West Knoxville. Manorhouse believes that a resident’s life in one of our communities should be an extension of the lifestyle he or she enjoyed previously, enhanced with premier Manorhouse service and support. Offering various levels of assisted living and memory care, Manorhouse strives on a daily basis to live our mission “to exceed customer expectations in a unique and outstanding way…”

This customer service experience is delivered by staff specially trained to honor and enhance the lives of our residents through compassion and a commitment to exceeding customer expectations. Our goal is simple: to be the very best provider of assisted living and memory care services in each of our markets, and the preferred employer for those individuals looking to make a difference in the lives of the elderly.

Full Consideration will only be given to applicants completing 100% of application

Sign On Bonus for Qualified applicants hired.

Why Work @ Manorhouse?

  • We have been serving Knoxville since 2000. New buildings are opening all of the time; not many have a 19 year track record of stability and excellence in Knoxville.
  • Excellent benefits (medical/dental/vision) after 60 days of employment. Our medical plans start as low as $15 per pay period.
  • Up to $1000 tuition reimbursement per year.
  • First uniform is provided.
  • Convenient location, great coworkers, and a positive work environment. Flexible schedules for college students (UT, South College, Pellissippi).
  • Manorhouse has a separate dietary staff to facilitate meal service. Our caregiver focus solely on providing excellent resident care.
Provide personal care services, assistance with activities of daily living, support and supervise residents.

Requires the ability to use fractions, decimals and commercial arithmetic. Basic knowledge of grammar, spelling and punctuation is required. Equivalent to a four (4) year high school education.

One (1) to three (3) months as a nursing assistant, home health aide, or eldercare volunteer.

  • Assist in providing the direct personal assistance and supervision needed by residents, including assisting residents when necessary on an individual basis with their bathing, dressing, eating, walking, going up and down steps, and attending to any personal needs the residents may be unable to attend to themselves.
  • Encourage and assist residents to care for their grooming, clothing and toilet articles, including care of the body, hair, gums, teeth, dentures, finger¬nails, clothing and personal items.
  • Supervise, on an individual basis, residents who smoke and need individual supervision.
  • Aid in providing occasional or incidental medical care such as ensuring appropriate therapeutic diets are provided to residents, rotating positions of residents confined to bed, and applying heating pads as needed.
  • Respond immediately in case of an accident or incident involving a resident and make a proper report of the incident.
  • Handle non-routine housekeeping tasks such as wiping up a water spill, doing laundry, empting trash cans, changing sheets, attending to a resident’s soiling of their bed or assisting a resident make their bed.