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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.

Geriatric Nursing Assistant (Part-time)

Location:  

830 West 40th Street

Baltimore, MD 21211

Hours:  

3pm-11pm

Responsibilities:

Brief description of the job responsibilities:
 
A. Provides direct care for residents by bathing, dressing, feeding, toileting, and maintaining hygiene
 
B. Maintains a safe environment for residents by ensuring that call lights are within reach of residents; response to call-light is prompt and completing rounds to check on residents.
 
C. Observes resident well-being by taking, documenting and reporting changes in vital signs, blood pressure, weight, and reporting to Charge Nurse any observed change in resident’s condition.
 
D. Encourages residents’ participation in structured activities.  Transports residents to/from activities or appointments.  Supervises residents during functions as required.
 
E.  Prevents cross-contamination of residents by careful hand washing and use of                                                universal precautions in all patient care activities.
 
F.   Cleans up spills/wet areas; remove soil if necessary.  
 
G.  Performs other duties as assigned.
 
 

 

It is required that you have both a resume and cover letter. Make sure to upload both.

If you have issues submitting your application, please email it to hresources@rpplace.org

Qualifications:

 

 
EDUCATION: CGNA Certificate and State CGNA registration required.  High School diploma or GED required.
 
TRAINING:        Orientation class and annual attendance at Office of Health
                                    Care Quality in-services training are required.
 
EXPERIENCE: Previous experience with geriatric care highly desirable.
 
CONDITIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT Must already be registered on the National CNA registry                    
   Successful completion within 180 days. Minimum of 18 years of age. Strongly urge to receive Hepatitis B VaccinE Must receive an annual influenza vaccination. Must adhere to RPP’s smoke-free campus policy.
 
EDUCATION: CGNA Certificate and State CGNA registration required.  High School diploma or GED required.
TRAINING:        Orientation class and annual attendance at Office of Health
                                    Care Quality in-services training are required.
EXPERIENCE: Previous experience with geriatric care highly desirable.
CONDITIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT Must already be registered on the National CNA registry                    
   Successful completion within 180 days. Minimum of 18 years of age. Strongly urge to receive Hepatitis B VaccinE Must receive an annual influenza vaccination. Must adhere to RPP’s smoke-free campus policy.
Geriatric Nursing Assistant

Location:  

 

Roland Park Place

830 West 40th Street

Baltimore, MD 21211

 

Hours:  

Healthcare Floatpool: 7am-3pm

Responsibilities:

 

 A. Provides direct care for residents by bathing, dressing, feeding, toileting, and maintaining hygiene

B. Maintains a safe environment for residents by ensuring that call lights are within reach of residents; response to call-light is prompt and completing rounds to check on residents.

 

C. Observes resident well-being by taking, documenting and reporting changes in vital signs, blood pressure, weight, and reporting to Charge Nurse any observed change in resident’s condition.

 

D. Encourages residents’ participation in structured activities. Transports residents to/from activities or appointments.  Supervises residents during functions as required.

 

E.   Prevents cross-contamination of residents by careful hand washing and use of                                                universal  precautions in all patient care activities.

 

F.   Cleans up spills/wet areas; remove soil if necessary.  

 

G.  Performs other duties as assigned.

 

 

It is required that you have both a resume and cover letter. Make sure to upload both.

If you have issues submitting your application, please email it to hresources@rpplace.org

Qualifications:

 

Typical Qualifications

 

EDUCATION: CGNA Certificate and State CGNA registration required.  High School diploma or GED required. 

 

TRAINING:  Orientation class and annual attendance at Office of Health Care Quality in-services training are required.

 

EXPERIENCE: Previous experience with geriatric care highly desirable.

 

CONDITIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT: Must already be registered on the National CNA registry or                    Registered to take the Board of Nursing examination with successful completion within 180 days. Minimum of 18 years  of age. Strongly urge to receive Hepatitis B Vaccine. Must receive an annual influenza vaccination. Must adhere to RPP’s smoke-free campus policy.

 

Geriatric Nursing Assistant

Location:  

 

 

Hours:  

3:00 pm to 11:00 pm Every Other Weekend

Responsibilities:

- Provides direct care for residents by bathing, dressing, feeding, toileting and maintaining hygiene.

- Maintains a safe environment for residents by ensuring that call lights are within reach of residents; response to call-light is prompt and completing rounds to check on residents.

- Observes resident well-being by taking, documenting and reporting changes in vital signs, blood pressure, weight, and reporting to Charge Nurse any observed change in resident's condition.

- Encourages residents' participation in structured activities. Transports residents to/from activities or appointments. Supervises residents during functions as required.

- Prevents cross-contamination of residents by careful hand washing and use of universal precautions in all patient care activities.

- Cleans up spills/we areas; remove soil if necessary.

- Performs other duties as assigned.

 

 

It is required that you have both a resume and cover letter. Make sure to upload both.

If you have issues submitting your application, please email it to hresources@rpplace.org

Qualifications:

 

EDUCATION: CGNA Certificate and State CGNA registration required. High School diploma or GED required.

TRAINING: Orientation class and annual attendance at Office of Health Care Quality in-services training are required.

EXPERIENCE: Previous experience with geriatric care highly desirable.

CONDITIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT: Must already be registered on the National CNA registry. Registered to take the Board of Nursing examination with successful completion within 180 days. Minimum of 18 years of age. Strongly urge to receive Hepatitis B Vaccine. 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.

 

 

It is required that you have both a resume and cover letter. Make sure to upload both.

If you have issues submitting your application, please email it to hresources@rpplace.org

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.
 
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.
 

It is required that you have both a resume and cover letter. Make sure to upload both.

If you have issues submitting your application, please email it to hresources@rpplace.org

 

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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