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Absolutely the best position/facility I have ever experienced!!
STNA (Current Employee), Sebring, OHFebruary 12, 2014
Pros: pay scale, working environment, quality of care, bosses are great!
Cons: part time hours
I have never been employed by anyone who treated me with more respect. It is refreshing to be around such a positive, encouraging work environment.
A typical day at work (varies with the area I might be assigned to that day) includes checking on residents every 2 hrs, assisting with meals, showers, trash removal and general asistance in their apartments, – more... checking on other apartments with alarms go off, taking vitals, answering phone calls, dealing with residents families, inventory of personal possessions, assisting residents to hospital or doctor visits, transportation, changing briefs....any and all STNA required activities. There is a lot interaction with the residents...this is their home and it is my job to ensure their safety, along with their mental and emotional well being. It is a privilege and I cherish each opportunity. :) – less
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Decent place to work. As a part time employee, theres little room for advancement.
Grounds Maintenance (Current Employee), Sebring, OHFebruary 4, 2014
Pros: mostly simple work, flexible lunch time
Cons: no benefits for part time employees
A typical day at work consists of clocking in, going to whatever task has been arranged or needs returned to in order to be completed. At nine o'clock we are given a ten minute break and then return to work until lunch time, which is flexible. Lunch lasts thirty minutes and then we return to work until it's time to leave for the day. I've learned how – more... to plow snow with a John Deere 955 and 4400 tractor and brush hog with them as well. Jackhammering concrete, doing minimal concrete work, construction, destruction, and various landscaping skills were leaned and honed. The management usually has tasked assigned for the winter, unless it snows, or throughout the year they assign us tasks out of the norm. On a regular base we mow, trim mow, weedeat, leaf cleanup, trash and recyclables pickup, dirt work, seeding, planting, mulching, and other landscape and maintenance, both indoors and outdoors, are undertaken. Co-workers were helpful and useful, and knowledgeable or eager to learn. There was no specifically hardest part of the job. Busting and removing concrete in household basements on campus would perhaps be one of the more demanding things. Summer work was the most enjoyable part of the job, personally. – less
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Boring
STATE TESTED NURSES AIDE (Former Employee), Sebring, OHSeptember 10, 2013
Midnight shift was very boring, not enough to do, Loved working with the residents, learned a lot about the healthcare field. Coworkers very nice, management not so nice. Nothing hard about the job.
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productive work place
Crew Leader Diet Aide (Current Employee), Sebring, OHAugust 6, 2013
A great place to work and feel part of the team, learned a lot about team leadership and how great it is to work with hard working co-workers, the hardest part of the job was the different shifts, the most enjoyable part is the great people that work there.