Danbury Senior Living-Resident Care Companions & STNAs
At Danbury, you don’t just clock in at a job. You walk in the door to a work family who wants to make the day count. We truly believe our employees and residents are a family that comes together to enjoy the good things in life, including one another. When our employees feel special, so do our residents. That’s the Danbury Difference. We are currently seeking applicants for Resident Care Companion and STNA positions. This position is also often referred to as State Tested Nursing Assistant, CNA, Certified Nursing Assistant, Nursing Aide, Nurse’s Aide and Care Provider. We have the following opportunities available: Part Time -3rd Shift- 7p-7a (12-24 hours) Part Time- 1st Shift -7a-7p (12-24 hours) What do Resident Care Companions and STNAs do at Danbury? Resident Care Companions and STNAs enjoy interacting with residents while engaging in the activities of daily living. Assist residents with daily personal care routines such as showers, bathing, personal hygiene, etc. Help residents prepare for and escort them to meals, activities, social programs and appointments. Assist residents with various other daily needs as necessary. What experience or skills do you need to be a Resident Care Companion or STNA? STNA certification required for STNA positions. No certification required for Resident Care Companion positions. Experience working in a similar capacity in a Senior Living setting is helpful, but not required. A great outlook, cheerful disposition, and love of seniors are a must. If you’re an STNA, CNA, Certified Nursing Assistant, Nursing Aide, Nurse’s Aide, Care Provider, or someone that wants to make our residents’ days better then apply now for immediate consideration! Danbury Senior Living provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.