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A Continuing Care Retirement Community in the City of Baltimore.

Employment Opportunities

Roland Park Place is a GREAT place to work if you're looking for:

outstanding benefits, including vacation time + sick pay, 9 paid holidays, Carefirst/Blue Choice Health Plan and Carefirst/Blue Choice Preferred Dental Plan at very reasonable rates, 403(b) retirement plan with eligibility after 90-days, and more. See Benefits for more information.

  • Competitive salaries
  • A productive, enjoyable workplace
  • Encouragement and support for your personal and professional growth
  • A place where teamwork, dedication and initiative are rewarded
  • A community where respect for all individuals is not only valued but is expected
  • A convenient location in a residential neighborhood on MTA bus routes and accessible by Light Rail

Regardless of the experience, skills or talents you offer as an employee, one qualification supersedes all others: caring.

At RPP, the real bottom line is this: our employees' commitment to providing our residents with the BEST care and service that is humanly possible.

Wait Staff

Location:  

Main Dining Room
Residential Care Dining Room
Dining Room Float Pool

Hours:  

16 -20 hours per week
Float Pool staff must be able to work every other weekend

Responsibilities:

Provide quality and efficient food service to residents in elegant, formal "5-star" dining room setting. Set, serve and bus tables. Prepare beverages. Provide room service, as needed. Display friendly, courteous manner and enthusiasm as a team player.

Qualifications:

Candidates must be over 16 years of age. Must communicate well with elderly persons. Must possess the ability to read, to write legibly, and to speak clearly. Experience helpful, but not necessary. Training will be provided. Must receive an annual influenza vaccination. Must adhere to RPP's smoke-free campus policy.

Housekeeper I

Hours:  

Monday - Friday and every 4th weekend 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Responsibilities:

- Keep rooms and public area neat and clean.

- Vacuum floors, clean bathrooms, dust, wash windows, empty trash and clean stairways, elevators and laundry and utility rooms.

- Report damages and missing items to Lead Housekeeper or Director of Facility Services.

Qualifications:

- High School diploma or GED required.

- Previous experience in housekeeping techniques helpful, but not required.

- Must receive an annual influenza vaccination. Must adhere to RPP's smoke-free campus policy.

Line Cook

Hours:  

Full Time

Responsibilities:

Follows production sheets to prepare food following standardized recipes and
federal, state and local guidelines in regard to food handling, food storage and sanitation.

Prepares food following federal, state and local guidelines in regard to food handling food storage and temperatures.

Prepares special mechanically altered and/or nutritionally altered diets.

Properly cleans and sanitizes work areas and equipment according to the Cook’s Sanitation checklist; keeps work area organized.                            

Plates food according to order tickets from both main dining room and health care dining room.

Portions food properly according to special requests and to government guidelines.

Acts as lead cook on the line during dinner service.  Supervises Prep Cook.

Qualifications:

High School diploma or GED required. 
 
Must be able to learn food service production and sanitation guidelines.
 
Experience in food service industry as a cook preferred.
 
Healthcare Aide

Hours:  

Part time

Responsibilities:

Follows all federal, state and local guidelines and regulations for health care food service, including sanitation regulations.
 
Adheres to all RPP and Departmental policies and procedures.
 
Prepares room trays and assures accuracy according to departmental specifications.
 
Set up tables and serve meals in the Chesapeake Dining Room. Provide a level of service equal to that found in the John Short and RC dining rooms.  This includes, but is not limited to, use of proper service etiquette, choice of menu selection at the point of service and interaction with residents, guests and staff that is welcoming.
 
Prepares and delivers nourishments and floor stock to nursing staff.
 
Resets dining room for next meal according to the dining room diagram.  This includes verifying that each resident has what they need to begin the next meal (adaptive equipment, straws…)
 
Ensure the service area is clean and reset according to departmental specifications.
 
Cleans service area and work area in accordance with sanitation checklist and guidelines.
 
Assists with preparation of salad bar items as assigned by the Garde Manger Chef.
 
Perform other duties as requested by a residents family members or a member of the RPP leadership team
 

Qualifications:

EDUCATION: Minimum 10th grade education required. HS diploma or GED preferred.  Must be at least 16 years old.  
 
EXPERIENCE: Food service experience preferred but not required.
 
OTHER: Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English.
 
Food Server

Hours:  

Part time

Responsibilities:

Follows all Roland Park Place and Dining Service Department rules and policies, including sanitation guidelines.
 
Performs all assigned opening duties in accordance with the wait staff training manual and posted assignments.
 
Provides service to residents in accordance with the wait staff training manual.  Duties include:  presenting menu, answering questions, and observing diners to respond to additional requests and determine when meal is completed.
 
Resets tables for next meal and performs all closing duties in accordance with the wait staff training manual.
 
Completes room service and pick up orders as required.  Assists in the set up of special functions when needed.  Performs other duties as directed by managers on duty.
 
Performs other duties as assigned
 

Qualifications:

EDUCATION: Minimum 10th grade education required. HS diploma or GED preferred.  Must be at least 16 years old.
 
EXPERIENCE: Food service experience preferred but not required.
 
OTHER: Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English
 
Host/Hostess

Hours:  

Full Time

Responsibilities:

Follows appropriate safety precautions, is familiar with emergency preparedness plans and is compliant with Roland Park Place policies/procedures regarding reports of employee accidents/incidents.

Follows all Roland Park Place and Dining Service Department policies and procedures including sanitation guidelines.

Answers the Dining Room phone, takes reservations and orders for Room

Service and pick-up orders. Maintains clear and timely lines of communication for all reservations and orders.

Welcomes all customers to the dining room in an inviting manner.  Verifies reservations and leads customers to their seats.

Observes service operations and assists with addressing customer needs and/or operational challenges.

Assists in the set-up of special functions when needed.

Maintains Dining Room Attendance records and updating of resident charge accounts in the Millennium software system.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

EDUCATION: HS diploma or GED preferred.
   
EXPERIENCE: Food service experience preferred.
 
OTHER: Must be able to read, write legibly, speak clearly and follow written and oral directions.
 
Dining Room Supervisor

Hours:  

Full Time

Responsibilities:

Helps train and direct dining room employees, insuring staff are using the information contained in the Wait Staff Training Manual. Verification of proper service techniques and positive customer service approaches is attained through staff observation and interaction.
 
Oversees dining room operations following all federal, state and local regulations and guidelines for food service facilities regarding sanitation, maintenance and safety.
 
Reports to Dining Room Manager on a weekly basis to discuss staff, resident and department issues. Informs supervisor of problems concerning staff or food service production in a timely manner.
 
Fills in where needed to cover open shifts as a result of call-outs or vacations.
 
Closes up the entire department insuring all job responsibilities are complete by completing the “Department Closing Checklist” and keeping records in a file located in the dining office
 
Acts as supervisor in charge of entire department in absence of other food service managers.
 
Assists the Dining Room Manager in hiring, evaluating and disciplining staff.
 
Performs any other duties assigned by manager.
 

Qualifications:

EDUCATION: High School diploma or GED required.
 
EXPERIENCE: Two (2) years of food service experience required.  
 
TRAINING: Maryland State Certification in Sanitation preferred.  If not held, certification must be completed soon after initial employment.
 
RN - Health Services

Hours:  

Part Time

3:00pm to 11:00pm

every other weekend

Responsibilities:

Prepares, monitors and supervises the assignments of non-licensed nursing personnel.  Oversees operations and activities of nursing services on assigned unit.
 
Prepares, administers and documents all relevant data for medical records, departmental records related to resident care, MMDS, and quarterly documentation.
 
Completes rounds on every resident on assigned unit. Notifies physician, nursing supervisor, and family/responsible party of changes in a resident’s status.
 
Monitors nutritional status, including monitoring of the dining room, tray distribution, and documentation of residents’ meals.
 
Maintains infection control standards in and/or on medication room, medication cart, treatment cart and nursing station desk area.
 
Reviews previous shift from the preceding charge nurse. Completes current shift report on the 24 hour nursing report for the oncoming charge nurse.
 
Follows and enforces policies, procedures and standards of facility, pharmacy and federal, state and local regulatory agencies.
 
Assumes leadership in emergency situations, including medical emergencies, until relieved.  Substitutes, as necessary, for the RN Supervisor and the Ambulatory Care Nurse.
 
Performs other duties as assigned.
 

Qualifications:

EDUCATION: Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing is required.
 
TRAINING: Annual CPR certification is required.
 
EXPERIENCE: Two years previous nursing experience highly desirable.  Previous experience with gerontological nursing practice preferred.
 
OTHER: Must be currently licensed as a Registered Nurse of Licensed Practical Nurse in Maryland.  Minimum of 18 years of age.  Strongly urged to receive Hepatitis B vaccine. Must receive an annual influenza vaccination. Must adhere to RPP’s  smoke-free campus policy.
 
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