Recreation Assistant – Part Time

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Bergen County
544 Teaneck Road Teaneck NJ
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Job Status: Open
No of Vacancies: 1
Date Posted: June 14, 2017
Expiry Date: August 27, 2017
Job Type: Part Time
Job Level: Entry level
Years of Experience: 1
Salary Info
Salary Type: Negotiable
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CareOne at Teaneck in Teaneck, NJ (Bergen County) is seeking a motivated, outgoing, caring , reliable, and dependable person to work in a pleasant Subacute/ LTC Rehabilitation Facility . Willing to be a team player and work every other weekend .

Responsibilities:

asic Skills Dependability, punctuality, creativity, enthusiasm, affection, flexibility, and patience. Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing (in English). Inter-personal Skills: Sensitivity to the needs, interests, and abilities of Residents. Ability to organize, supervise, and direct others; assume and delegate responsibility; accept advice and consultation. Mental Skills Moderately complex problem solving, excellent safety judgment, short and long term memory. Good organizational and planning skills. Sensory Skills Constant use of sight, hearing, and speech for reading, identification, and communications. Intermittent use of touch. Physical Demands Direct participation in fine and gross motor activities. Performance of a medium level of physical work--pushing, pulling, lifting, bending, kneeling, standing, sitting, carrying, stooping, reaching. Moving Residents, tables and chairs, exerting twenty pounds of force on a frequent basis, and fifty pounds Q U A L I F I C A T I O N S : The Activity Assistant needs to possess the following educational and experience requirements; and support the following professional viewpoints: 1 Have successfully completed or be eligible to attend a State approved Activity Training Course. 2 Have a thorough knowledge of various Resident activities, and have familiarity with Resident limitations and needs. 3 Be able to work in close cooperation with the Activity Director, accept and utilize constructive criticism, and display initiative to compete activity related tasks and programs. Job Type: Part-time

Educational requirements:

asic Skills Dependability, punctuality, creativity, enthusiasm, affection, flexibility, and patience. Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing (in English). Inter-personal Skills: Sensitivity to the needs, interests, and abilities of Residents. Ability to organize, supervise, and direct others; assume and delegate responsibility; accept advice and consultation. Mental Skills Moderately complex problem solving, excellent safety judgment, short and long term memory. Good organizational and planning skills. Sensory Skills Constant use of sight, hearing, and speech for reading, identification, and communications. Intermittent use of touch. Physical Demands Direct participation in fine and gross motor activities. Performance of a medium level of physical work--pushing, pulling, lifting, bending, kneeling, standing, sitting, carrying, stooping, reaching. Moving Residents, tables and chairs, exerting twenty pounds of force on a frequent basis, and fifty pounds Q U A L I F I C A T I O N S : The Activity Assistant needs to possess the following educational and experience requirements; and support the following professional viewpoints: 1 Have successfully completed or be eligible to attend a State approved Activity Training Course. 2 Have a thorough knowledge of various Resident activities, and have familiarity with Resident limitations and needs. 3 Be able to work in close cooperation with the Activity Director, accept and utilize constructive criticism, and display initiative to compete activity related tasks and programs. Job Type: Part-time

Experience requirements:

asic Skills Dependability, punctuality, creativity, enthusiasm, affection, flexibility, and patience. Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing (in English). Inter-personal Skills: Sensitivity to the needs, interests, and abilities of Residents. Ability to organize, supervise, and direct others; assume and delegate responsibility; accept advice and consultation. Mental Skills Moderately complex problem solving, excellent safety judgment, short and long term memory. Good organizational and planning skills. Sensory Skills Constant use of sight, hearing, and speech for reading, identification, and communications. Intermittent use of touch. Physical Demands Direct participation in fine and gross motor activities. Performance of a medium level of physical work--pushing, pulling, lifting, bending, kneeling, standing, sitting, carrying, stooping, reaching. Moving Residents, tables and chairs, exerting twenty pounds of force on a frequent basis, and fifty pounds Q U A L I F I C A T I O N S : The Activity Assistant needs to possess the following educational and experience requirements; and support the following professional viewpoints: 1 Have successfully completed or be eligible to attend a State approved Activity Training Course. 2 Have a thorough knowledge of various Resident activities, and have familiarity with Resident limitations and needs. 3 Be able to work in close cooperation with the Activity Director, accept and utilize constructive criticism, and display initiative to compete activity related tasks and programs. Job Type: Part-time

Desired Skills:

asic Skills Dependability, punctuality, creativity, enthusiasm, affection, flexibility, and patience. Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing (in English). Inter-personal Skills: Sensitivity to the needs, interests, and abilities of Residents. Ability to organize, supervise, and direct others; assume and delegate responsibility; accept advice and consultation. Mental Skills Moderately complex problem solving, excellent safety judgment, short and long term memory. Good organizational and planning skills. Sensory Skills Constant use of sight, hearing, and speech for reading, identification, and communications. Intermittent use of touch. Physical Demands Direct participation in fine and gross motor activities. Performance of a medium level of physical work--pushing, pulling, lifting, bending, kneeling, standing, sitting, carrying, stooping, reaching. Moving Residents, tables and chairs, exerting twenty pounds of force on a frequent basis, and fifty pounds Q U A L I F I C A T I O N S : The Activity Assistant needs to possess the following educational and experience requirements; and support the following professional viewpoints: 1 Have successfully completed or be eligible to attend a State approved Activity Training Course. 2 Have a thorough knowledge of various Resident activities, and have familiarity with Resident limitations and needs. 3 Be able to work in close cooperation with the Activity Director, accept and utilize constructive criticism, and display initiative to compete activity related tasks and programs. Job Type: Part-time

Qualifications:

asic Skills Dependability, punctuality, creativity, enthusiasm, affection, flexibility, and patience. Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing (in English). Inter-personal Skills: Sensitivity to the needs, interests, and abilities of Residents. Ability to organize, supervise, and direct others; assume and delegate responsibility; accept advice and consultation. Mental Skills Moderately complex problem solving, excellent safety judgment, short and long term memory. Good organizational and planning skills. Sensory Skills Constant use of sight, hearing, and speech for reading, identification, and communications. Intermittent use of touch. Physical Demands Direct participation in fine and gross motor activities. Performance of a medium level of physical work--pushing, pulling, lifting, bending, kneeling, standing, sitting, carrying, stooping, reaching. Moving Residents, tables and chairs, exerting twenty pounds of force on a frequent basis, and fifty pounds Q U A L I F I C A T I O N S : The Activity Assistant needs to possess the following educational and experience requirements; and support the following professional viewpoints: 1 Have successfully completed or be eligible to attend a State approved Activity Training Course. 2 Have a thorough knowledge of various Resident activities, and have familiarity with Resident limitations and needs. 3 Be able to work in close cooperation with the Activity Director, accept and utilize constructive criticism, and display initiative to compete activity related tasks and programs. Job Type: Part-time