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Why join our team?

The smaller size of our facility offers a more rewarding experience for staff with opportunities to get to know residents and improve their quality of life.

  • Our low staff to resident ratio means ample time for satisfying personal care.

  • Our staff enjoy the same home-cooked meals as our residents.

  • We try to accommodate staff needs and preferences for scheduling.

  • We offer a matching 401k plan, sick pay and vacation pay for full-time employees.

  • We don't provide physical or mechanical lifting of residents.

Residential/Personal Care Assistant


  • Good health and character, neat appearance

  • Ability to work in cooperation and harmony with other staff members, management and residents

  • Ability to follow written or verbal orders

  • Ability to work willingly and patiently with residents and co workers

  • Clear background check

  • Must be at least 16 years old to work and 18 years old to be left unsupervised

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Be punctual and dependable. It is your responsibility to check the time schedule and be on time. You must call for your own replacement. Preferred 12 hour notice to call ins.

  • Demonstrate courteous manner to residents, family members, visitors, and fellow staff members.

  • Maintain a cheerful, warm, and friendly attitude in the facility to better serve the residents.

  • All information concerning residents must be kept confidential following HIPAA regulations.

  • Adhere to Policies and Procedures as established by the facility.

  • Adhere to dress code.

  • Attend in-service training and testing, at least 12 hours per year.

  • Maintain knowledge of the fire and emergency procedures.

  • Provide residents with personal care under the supervision of and as directed by the management, job tasks related to patient care are delegated and supervised by a Registered Nurse.

    • Be responsible for bathing, dressing, grooming, and transporting residents, making beds, cleaning rooms and facility.

    • Be aware of resident’s dietary restrictions, serves meals, and assists with dining room clean up, food preparation, cooking.

    • Be alert to any changes in a resident’s condition and reports such changes immediately to the charge person, management or RN.

    • Answer call bells promptly and courteously, appropriately interacts with families, visitors, medical staff and guardians.

    • Assist with admissions, discharges, and/or transfers of residents and their belongings.

    • Participate and assist with residents getting to and performing activities.

    • Maintain a safe environment for the residents in their rooms and outside their rooms, making maintenance aware of any safety concerns.

    • Assist with housekeeping chores, cooking and cleaning as outlined daily.

    • Basic nursing and restorative duties for which the PCA is prepared by education and supervised practice.

  • Work as a team member, knowing that meeting resident’s needs and ensuring their quality of life is essential.  Therefore, be ready to do whatever is needed and as directed. 

Riverbend staff member pushing resident in wheelchair on grass in the back yard in front of wooden fence
Shifts & Hours
  • Mornings: 6 a.m. - 2 p.m.

  • Afternoons: 4 - 8:30 p.m.

  • Evenings: 2 - 10 p.m.

  • Overnight: 10 p.m. - 6 a.m.

These are typical shifts at Riverbend, and may not reflect what shifts are available at this time.  Please contact us for current availability.

Click the buttons to print and fill out the Employment Application and both Background check forms or contact us for paper copies, then email or call for an appointment to discuss next steps. 

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