WorkSource Oregon Residential Associate - PRN in UMATILLA, Oregon
Mental Health Residential Associate(s) PRN (on-call) ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES: The duties listed are characteristic of the type and level of work associated with this class. Individual positions may do all or some combination of the duties listed as well as other related duties. - Attends mandatory trainings to comply with company, state and federal regulatory requirements. - Assists residents in personal self-management activities and life skills development. - Monitor residents' activity to ensure their personal welfare and safety. - Chaperone residents as needed. - Cooperates with treatment team to ensure each resident's treatment plan is being successfully completed. - Reviews, interprets, and completes resident support documentation to meet Lifeways and - - - - Oregon Administrative Rules and regulatory requirements. - Assist or participate in provision of secure transport of residents to required appointments. - Assist with meal preparation and clean up to support staff. - Assist with facility cleanup to ensure a safe and sanitary environment for residents and staff. - Assists or participates in the distribution of medication to residents under the guidance of nursing staff. - Adheres to all HIPPA, Lifeways and Oregon Administrative Rules while providing care to the residents. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: This is an entry level position that requires a High School Diploma or its equivalent. Verifiable life experiences which demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and/or ability to perform the essential functions of the position. Possess a genuine interest and understanding of the chronically mentally ill resident. LICENSE/CERTIFICATIONS: Possession or ability to obtain valid Oregon driver's license and pass DMV record screening. Successful completion of background check and drug screening. Must be 21 years or older to drive agency vehicles - Hazardous Conditions: Risk of verbal and physical threats from clients. Use of keyboard and computer monitor (repetitive hand motions and potential eye strain). Possible exposure to airborne pathogens. - Working Conditions: The noise level in the work environment is mild to moderate; 90% office-based, 10% field. - Equipment / Materials Used: Common office machines including computer, printer, calculator, telephone equipment, tele-health system, copier, scanner, and facsimile. May drive your personal or Agency vehicle.