Certified Medication Aide (Split Shift), Memory Care -Fort Worth, TX
Ft. Worth, TX
Day/Evening (Split Shift)
CERTIFIED MEDICATION AIDE (Split Shift), Memory Care- Fort Worth, TX
Trinity Terrace has a job opening for a full time Certified Medication Aide (CMA) for the Memory Care unit. The Certified Medication Aide is responsible for ensuring safe medication delivery to residents and helping oversee bedside delivery of care that is person centered, individualized and clinically competent.
Must have Nursing Medication Aide Certification for Texas at time of hire
Must be CPR and first aid certified
Must have at least (1) one years of experience as a C.M.A.
Must always have a professional and courteous demeanor with residents and fellow staff
Certification by the Texas State Board of Nursing as a Medication Aide.
Must maintain current knowledge of computer systems.
Must possess excellent communication skills and be able to work as part of a team.
Schedule: Split shift - 6:30 am-3:00 pm/2:30 pm-11:00 pm, rotating. Some weekend and holiday schedules are required.
Employee Scholarship Program,
Discounted Meals at in-house restaurants,
Promote from within culture
Employee Referral Program
Employee Appreciation Program
Use of the campus fitness facility, pool, and library,
Holiday, sick leave and vacation pay,
Medical/Dental/Vision benefits (90% of employee monthly premium covered by TTR)
401k with Match and Profit Sharing Plan
About Trinity Terrace
Trinity Terrace has earned a strong reputation for excellence and authentic living–the kind of friendly and genuinely caring environment that simply can't be contrived. It's no surprise, then, that demand for residences in our Fort Worth community left people chomping for more.
In response, Trinity Terrace built the River Tower, a 23-story residential tower that includes 78 new residences ranging from brownstone-style ground-floor homes to apartments with a range of floor plans and penthouse-style residences on the top six floors. The tower includes a mix of independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing, and memory care. The new River Tower connects to the existing Trinity Terrace tower on several levels and includes a skyline dining room to serve residents in both towers.