- Part-Time, 3-11p
FT = Full Time | PT = Part Time | OPT = Occasional Part Time
|Reports To:||Wellness Director|
|Desired Education Level:||High School|
Responsible for preparing, administering and charting oral, topical and suppository drugs. Performs
pulse and blood pressure measurements and administers PRN drugs as directed. Assists with
admission, discharge and transfer procedures. Completes documentation clearly and accurately in
the Medication Administration Record, Controlled Substance and Destructions logs, Resident
Records and Move N. Ensures dignity and respect by using techniques learned in Life Stories
Training to minimize Resident stress and maximize cooperation through dignity and empathy
The employee must be able to perform these essential functions with or without reasonable
accommodation by IntegraCare Corporation without posing a direct threat to self or others.
1. Perform all duties and responsibilities with a positive attitude, demonstrates impeccable
ethics and integrity.
2. Prepares, administers and charts oral, topical and suppository drugs as prescribed.
3. Administers drugs only with a written order.
4. Performs pulse and blood pressure measurements.
5. Administers insulin and performs capillary glucose monitoring following completion of
certification by a Certified Diabetic Educator.
6. Signs and has access to the controlled schedule drug cabinet.
7. Makes pertinent observations and documents changes in the residents' condition and
reports them to the charge nurse or Resident Wellness Director.
8. Assists with admissions, discharges and transfer procedures.
9. Attends required in-service trainings and orientations.
10. Returns drugs to pharmacy for credit. Disposes of outdated and discontinues medications
properly and in accordance with ICC policy and DEP regulations.
11. Completes all required electronic documentation in a timely manner in Move N.
12. Sends pharmacy orders on fax machine.
13. Performs other duties as directed by the Charge Nurse Supervisor as needed.
14. Conducts tours in absence of management team members.
15. Ensures that activity programming is continued in the absence of the Life Stories Director.
16. Responds to Residents' requests.
17. Respects Residents’ rights, dignity and privacy.
18. Responds to emergency calls and attends to Residents’ needs promptly
2. CPR mask or ambu bag
3. Emergency oxygen equipment
4. Medication equipment (i.e., syringes, vials, etc.)
7. Computer and MOVE N software
8. Nurse Call System
9. Wander Management System
10. Various Lifting and Transfer Equipment
A. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
The ability to prepare, administer and chart non-parenteral drugs as prescribed by a
physician is required. The ability to exercise good judgment and make confident ethical
decisions is essential. Must be able to effectively manage time in order to complete multiple
tasks. The ability to communicate effectively in English both orally and in writing is required.
May require lifting, bending and standing for long periods of time. Must possess computer
Completion of a state approved Medication Technician Training Program is required.
Completion of a state approved Certified Nursing Assistant Program is preferred.. A high
school diploma or GED is required.
One year of experience as a Certified Medication Technician is required.
Current state Medication Technician Certification is required. Current state Certified Nursing
Assistant certification is preferred.