Current Career Opportunities
Certified Nursing Assistant
The certified nursing assistant assists the licensed nursing staff by performing routine nursing duties and activities of daily living.
- Assist residents with activities of daily living, such as dressing, grooming, eating, bathing, positioning, turning, toileting, and exercising
- Carry out various procedures such as the collection of lab specimens for urine and stool samples
- Assist residents with their nutritional needs
- Transfer, transport, and escort residents as needed
- Answer call lights promptly
- Change bed linens, make beds, and keep rooms clean and orderly
- Maintain safe and sanitary work stations and equipment
- Attend in-service trainings and education sessions, as assigned
- Perform specific work duties and responsibilities as assigned by the supervisor
MUST PASS DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE CRIMINAL BACKGROUND AND PHYSICAL/TB TEST
- Graduate of a certified nursing assistant program
- Current active CNA license
- Prior geriatric nursing aide experience, preferred
- Ability to read, write, understand, and follow instructions in English
- Ability to communicate effectively
- Able to perform simple arithmetic
- Basic knowledge of MS Office or the willingness to learn within 90 days of employment in order to maintain proper documentation of the care provided during shifts
- Ability to provide coverage or work overtime when needed
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS
- Frequent standing, stooping, bending, stretching, squatting
- May be exposed to blood and body fluids which may contain HIV and/or HBV
- Must be able to transport residents via wheelchair, Geri chair or shower chair, pushing up to 150 pounds unassisted
- Must be able to transfer, lift, turn and position a resident weighing up to 125 pounds unassisted, or with the assistance of one for a resident weighing over 125 pounds
- Must be able to stoop, bend, stretch, squat, stand, and walk for up to 90 percent of the work day
- May be subjected to offensive odors and combative behavior
- Must be able to reach up to a level of six feet; must be able to push a dietary cart weighing up to 40 pounds unassisted
- Must be able to lift and carry up to 20 pounds frequently and 50 pounds occasionally
Class C Driver
The Class C Driver is responsible for transporting residents and guests to scheduled destinations in a safe and timely manner. The driver maintains accountability of passengers at all times, placing their safety above all other concerns.
- Transport residents and guests to scheduled destinations in a safe and timely manner
- Maintain records of all transportation services provided
- Place passenger safety above all other concerns; maintain accountability of passengers at all times
- Assist passengers entering and leaving the vehicle, as necessary. Assist passengers with loading and unloading parcels, etc.
- Check the vehicle prior to use for readiness; i.e., fuel, oil, tires, etc. Record routine maintenance and service check on the vehicle. Maintain the vehicle in a high state of cleanliness at all times. Notify the supervisor of necessary repairs and vehicle malfunctions
- Operate the vehicle in accordance with traffic laws and regulations
- Submit to DOT drug testing program and any other mandated safe driving program as requested
- Immediately notify the supervisor of resident concerns, problems, or incidents
- Attend department staff and in-service meetings as assigned
- Perform other duties as assigned
- Wear company-assigned uniform and is always well groomed
- Must be able to pass the Department of Justice fingerprint background, physical/TB, employment verification
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Valid California Class C license, with a passenger endorsement from the DMV; experience with senior population; ability to transport residents in wheelchairs
- Ability to read, write, and effectively communicate in English
- Must have a good driving record
- Able to interpret and follow map directions
- Ability to operate various sizes of vehicles (4 passengers, vans and buses) comfortably
- Must maintain a courteous, friendly, and helpful attitude with the residents at all time
Physical Requirements/Working Conditions:
- Must be also to sit in a vehicle for up to 6 hours per day
- Must be able to stoop, bend, stretch, and squat to load and unload cargo areas
- Perform routine preventive maintenance on the vehicles according to a schedule
- Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds when handling luggage and resident groceries
- May be exposed to the elements for short periods of time
- Must have good driving skills so as to handle vehicles on wet and/or slippery roads
The houseman is responsible for providing clean, sanitary, comfortable, orderly, and satisfying surroundings for the residents, employees, and the public.
Specifically, the houseman is responsible for performing the following tasks to the highest standards:
- Clean sinks, toilets, urinals, mirrors, walls, windows, counters, vents, and/or floors with proper cleaning agents
- Adhere to cleaning agents' usages, procedures, and instructions
- Thoroughly dust all the furniture, pictures, shelves, handrails, and baseboards by extending arms overhead and stopping as needed
- Pick up work assignments from the housekeeping department, and review them for any questions
- Sign in/out on the payroll sheet/system and for key cards. Report to assigned area(s) with required keys, equipment and supplies
- Clean and polish all metal surfaces by applying pressure in a repeated motion
- Vacuum or deep shampoo all common areas, including hallways, resident units, and meeting rooms
- Perform other duties as assigned
- High school diploma or equivalent
- One year of experience in environmental services or other related field
- Ability to read, write, and comprehend verbal and written instructions in English
- Ability to communicate with residents and employees
- Ability to work under pressure
- Ability to multitask in a changing environment
- Knowledge of materials, equipment, and methods commonly used in cleaning and disinfecting
- Able to learn how to properly use cleaning supplies and materials
Universal Dining Staff (Full-time/Part-time Server/Busser/Food Runner)
Self-motivated, hands-on, and quality-oriented staff are responsible for providing first-class service to Moldaw’s residents, and ensuring the maintenance of a clean dining area. Duties are accomplished in an efficient, courteous, and accurate manner.
Q: In what format should I submit my resume?
Submit your resume in Microsoft Word or as a PDF.
Q: Can I edit my application once I've submitted it?
No. Once you've submitted your application, you won't be able to edit it.
Q: How long will my resume be kept on file?
Your resume will be kept on file for one year.
Q: How often should I reapply?
You should only resubmit your resume if you're applying for a different position. As we keep applications on file for one year, it's not necessary to reapply during this one-year period.
Q: How will I know if Moldaw Residences is interested in my application?
We'll contact you by phone or email if we're interested in your resume and qualifications.
Q: How do I apply?
There are two ways you can apply. In either instance, please indicate the position you're applying for in the subject line.