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Resident Assistant

Company Name:
Minnesota Hospital Association
St. Cloud Hospital
St. Cloud
## Job Description
This full time position requires day/evening/night availability - including working every other weekend
Day: 7:30am-4:30pm
Evening: 2pm-10:30pm/4pm-12:30am
Night: 12am-8am
The Resident Assistant provides direct and indirect care to 16 year olds to geriatric to meet their physical, educational, psychosocial and spiritual needs. The Resident Assistant also functions as a communication link between the residential outpatients and counseling staff. Supports and implements patient safety and other safety practices as appropriate.
EDUCATION
High School Graduate or equivalent with 2 years post secondary training in related field including courses in psychology, sociology, and/or addictions preferred.
EXPERIENCE
Six months experience in nursing assistant or similar role preferred. Orientation will be provided to obtain desired level of competence in lieu of chemical dependency experience. Experience with computers and typing skills preferred.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
Ability to effectively handle escalating behavior.
Current American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Healthcare Provider card required prior to completion of unit orientation.
Any persons who have direct client contact must have been free of chemical use problems for at least the one year immediately preceding their hiring and must sign a statement attesting to that fact. Chemical use problems includes the following:
Receiving treatment for chemical use within the period specified for the position in the staff qualification requirements;
Chemical use that has a negative impact on the staff members job performance;
Chemical use that affects the credibility of the treatment services with clients, referral sources or other members of the community; and
Symptoms of intoxication or withdrawal on the job.
Salary: Minimum $11.72
Employment Type: Full-time
Schedule: 72 hrs/pp -variable day/evening/night shifts;every other wkd

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