Job Openings

2nd Shift Med Tech

Hours:  6am - 6pm


To perform medication administration as ordered under the supervision of the Resident Care Coordinator and to assist in maintaining a positive physical, social, and emotional environment for the residents.

Job Functions:

Essential Functions

  • Administer medications to residents as ordered by their physician(s).

  • Documents all functions related to medication management as required by regulations, and by community policies and procedures as defined in the medication training program.

  • Obtains, receives, and stores medication(s) from pharmacy.

  • Maintains order, cleanliness in medication storage area

  • Provide functions as directed by supervisor including daily and ongoing records including vital signs, weights and measurements of the residents.

  • Review care plans daily; report changes in resident conditions to supervisor; and, record all necessary charting entries.

  • Report any accidents and/or incidents to the Resident Care Coordinator

  • Maintain resident confidentiality; treat residents with kindness, dignity and respect.

  • Know and comply with Residents’ Bill of Rights.

  • Promptly report any resident complaints or grievances to the Resident Care Coordinator

  • Understand and use Universal Precautions and follow established infection control, hazardous communication and other safety rules.

  • Be able to apply all of the community’s accident, fire safety, and emergency procedures for the protection of the residents.

  • Attend and participate in orientation, training, educational activities and staff meeting.

  • Any other tasks, assignments, projects or requests as deemed by management.


  • Must have a high school diploma or GED.

  • Must be 21 years of age or older.

  • Must read, write, speak and understand English.

  • Completion of training program for Medication Technician

  • Shall have documentation of successfully completing the clinical skills validation portion of the competency evaluation

  • Shall successfully pass the written examination within 90 days after successful completion of the clinical skills validation portion of a competency evaluation. (if not already completed prior to employment)

  • Shall complete 6 hours of continuing education annually related to medication administration.

  • Previous experience with the elderly preferred.

  • Knowledge of procedures and techniques involved in administering basic first aid and resident care.

  • Have no substantiated findings listed on the North Carolina Health Care Personnel Registry.

  • Have a clear criminal background check and pre-employment drug screen.

  • Have proof of a valid two-step Tuberculosis screening completed within 90 days of hire

  • Good physical and mental health; neat, clean, well groomed and responsible.

  • Must possess patience, tact, enthusiasm and a positive attitude toward the elderly.

  • Must have upper body strength adequate to bend, lift, shift, move, and/or assist in moving articles of more than twenty-five pounds.

  • Must be able to squat, reach, stretch without distress, Must be able to tolerate extended periods walking, standing.


Paid time off accrued.  Flexible schedules

Starting pay-$9.00 per hour