Asure Consulting Inc.

  • Night Receptionist (CNA/NAC)

    Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
    Ida Culver House Ravenna
  • Overview

    Night Receptionist (NAR/CNA/NAC) - $500 Signing Bonus! Free meals! Free onsite parking!

    Era Living is seeking a full time Certified Nursing Assistant to work as a Night Receptionist (10:30pm to 7:00am) at our Ida Culver House, Ravenna community in Seattle, WA.


    Competitive Compensation and a Complete Benefits Package including:

    • Company Sponsored Health Plan
    • 401k with Generous Employer Match
    • Vacation & Sick Leave
    • Employee Discount Program
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Leadership & Longevity Bonuses
    • The advantages of an environment that supports your development and recognizes your achievements!


    Primary Responsibilities:
    This role ensures that the main reception area is attended at all times, answers and directs calls, as well as greets visitors and residents warmly and guides them appropriately. This position also provides clerical support as assigned.


    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Nursing Assistant Certification (NAR/NAC/CNA) required.
    • High school diploma.
    • Ability to work nights, Sunday through Thursday, from 10:30 pm to 7am.
    • Working knowledge of MS Office applications (Word, Excel, and Outlook).
    • Current certification or willingness to obtain certification in First Aid and CPR.
    • Ability to pass DSHS background check, required.


    About Era Living:
    If you are passionate about improving the quality of life for older adults and exemplify a values based approach to your work, demonstrating integrity, credibility, consistency, strong team orientation, and outstanding communication, we welcome your application!


    Era Living has been voted #4 Best Place to Work in Seattle 2017 (CityVoter’s) and Top 5 BEST Places to Work in 2014 & 2015 (King5 Best of Western Washington!).


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