Serving the North Iowa Area Since 1946

Careers

Good Sherherd believes in creating a postive and healthly work enviremorent for all of its employees. We offer many advantages to becoming part of the Good Shepherd family such as

  • Guaranteed raises
  • Employee apprecitaiton
  • Bonuses
  • Internal advancement
  • Paid vacations
  • Paid sick leave
  • Health insurance
  • Flexible scheduling
  • And more!

Join the Good Shepherd Family today! Appy below!

 

House Supervisor

Responsible for maintaining open communication with physicians to ensure safety quality, and accuracy for all residents and staff. Readiness to address a residents significant status change. House Supervisor on staff 24/7  to ensure staff aways have someone to call with questions/concerns. A Nursing degree is required for this position.

Charge Nurse

Administers medications,  monitors resident’s status  change, supervises C.N.A.  staff. Responsible for  approximamely 30 residents, changing wound dressings,  documenting on each  resident and providing detailed daily  assessments  of skilled residents, and alert House Supervisor of a  residents status change.

Certified Medication Aids

 Administers prescribed   medications to residents   and maintains related   medical records under   immediate   supervision.   Verifies identity of patient   receiving medication and   records name of drug,   dosage, and time of   administration on   specified forms or records.
 (Requires C.N.A. & C.M.A.)

Certified Nursing Aids

Performs direct patient care under the supervision of a Nurse. Assists  residents  with actives of daily living

Residential Assistants

This individual will assist resients with daily activities, including cooking, cleaning, dressing, bathing, laundry, and medication monitoring, along with other duties assigned in Assisted Living.

Housekeeping

 Responsible for maintaining   clean and safe environment   for residents, staff, and   visitors. Areas include   dinning rooms, utility   rooms, clean storage   rooms, linenrooms and   lobby areas as well as   monitor supplies in these  areas.

Dietary Aids

Prepare meals according to menus, special dietary or nutritional restrictions, and monitor number of portions to be served. Washes pots, pans, dishes, utensils, and other cooking equipment in compliance with DIA regulations. Clean and inspect equipment, kitchen appliances, and work areas to ensure cleanliness and efficient kitchen operation.