Join The Cambridge Homes Team!
Independent & Assisted Living
The Cambridge Homes is managed by local, Massachusetts-based Senior Living Residences (SLR). For nearly 30 years, SLR has provided innovative and pace-setting programs for local seniors, as well as invaluable resources for families searching for guidance. Some programs that distinguish us as a leader in the eldercare industry include Brain Healthy Cooking Program, Grab Your Passport and the Dementia Friendly Communities Initiative spreading throughout the area. Each of our associates is commitment to what we call the “Right Values”— Resident Quality of Life, Valued Associates, Integrity, Innovation and Discovery.
Want an Incredibly Rewarding Career?
The Cambridge Homes is proud to have received an Excellence in Action Award for workplace satisfaction six years in a row–this award is directly based on survey responses from our own associates. At The Homes, associates work alongside a team of caring and compassionate professionals, enjoy an outstanding benefits package, and have a hand in giving residents the best possible quality of life.
A work / life balance, supportive co-workers, a robust benefits package and our core beliefs are just a few reasons why people enjoy working at The Cambridge Homes. We are proud of the work environment we have cultivated that encourages input and creative ideas from all associates.
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Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States · The Cambridge Homes
The Cambridge Homes is seeking per diem certified nursing assistants and home health aides to join our team!
At our community, priority number one is the enhancement of each resident’s Quality of Life. We focus on the whole person, not just the treatment of their most basic physical or cognitive needs. Our method is to individualize a plan of care for each resident, providing just the right combination of services to optimize their overall well-being, independence, personal dignity and enrichment.
Our Resident Care Associates (CNAs or CHHAs) are responsible for the delivery of quality care to the residents of the community, encouraging independence and ensuring each resident’s physical, social, cultural, intellectual, and mental well being.
RCAs will be responsible for:
- Providing personal care as directed by the service plan and as scheduled on the RCA’s shift assignment in a compassionate, professional and efficient manner.
- Monitoring residents’ SAMM making the required record entries to the Medication Management Record Book at appropriate times, and notifies the Supervisor concerning the effects of self-administered medications.
- Communicating with and assisting families and visitors in a helpful, professional manner.
- Initiating and completing activity programming as
Brookline, Massachusetts, United States · Goddard House
Senior Living Residences (SLR) is seeking a per diem Wellness Nurse to support The Cambridge Homes, an Assisted Living community in Cambridge, MA.
SLR is acclaimed for its forward-thinking, pace-setting innovations in the world of senior care that include the renowned Compass Memory Support Program, as well as the award-winning Brain Healthy Cooking Program and the stigma-shattering Dementia Friendly Communities Initiative that is quickly spreading across our area.
The Wellness Nurse will assist the Resident Care Director in his or her duties. Assignments are varied, and can include any of the following:
- Assessment, Service Plan Development and Oversight
- Management and Training Duties
- Budgeting, Quality Control and Compliance
- Conduct tours and community outreach, and conduct assessments of potential residents
- Serve as “manager on duty” on a rotating weekend schedule with other managers
- Participate in social activities with residents as scheduled
- RN or LPN who is a graduate of an approved nursing program with valid MA nursing license or otherwise meets the requirements of EOEA Assisted Living regulations.
- 1-2 years experience with elderly or disabled individuals preferred.
- Excellent management and interpersonal skills and an acute sense of responsibility and moral integrity.
- Strong assessment and care planning skills.
- Experience with residents with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia.
- Computer literacy required.
- Sincere desire to work with residents and ability to deal with residents under all conditions.
- Compassion and patience essential; level-headed and calm in emergencies.
- Ability to cooperate with other associates in a team environment.
- Must be willing to perform non-essential duties as needed. Must possess a spirit of cooperation and enthusiasm in order to create an atmosphere conducive to growth.
- Must be able to handle the physical requirements of the job including standing, sitting, bending and moving residents (one person assist).
- Must have means of transportation to complete assessments for new and returning residents.