UPDATED: October 18, 2017
Being a nurse here involves constant respiratory care including lung assessments, oral and tracheostomy suctioning, ABI’s, and cough assists (seen in this photo). Many of our kids have trouble coughing up what is in their lungs, so this treatment does most of the work for them. Treating the children who live here everyday allows nurses to develop a strong rapport with them. As a result of that, we know them well enough to know what is going on with them even if they cannot verbally tell us, which is a very rewarding feeling. Nurse Jen
Education Assistant/LNA—full-time position (32 to 40 hours per week) working with children in a classroom setting and every other weekend hours in residential programs.
Recreation Specialist – part-time position (up to 30 hours per week) to lead recreation program in support of after school and weekend recreation activities.
Residential Assistant -part-time; 2:30 to 4:30 PM to assist children participating in recreation activities and events
Nurse – part-time evenings – 3:00 to 11:00 PM shift; including weekend hours
Cook – part-time including weekends up to 20 hours per week. Prepare and serve meals for children and staff according to dietary standards.
Environmental Services – part-time evening/night position including weekend hours for experienced cleaning professional. Experience with floor buffing and waxing equipment a plus.
General Employment Additional Information
- For benefit information, please use this link: Benefit Chart 2017
- For well-being benefit information, please use this link: Wellbeing Program Flyer
Cedarcrest Center is a tobacco-free campus.
Seasonal flu vaccinations are required as a condition of employment and for volunteer opportunities. EOE