Dietary Aide - Part-Time (BM#488)
- 13801 York Rd, Cockeysville, MD 21030, USA
Join our caring and compassionate team that make up the fabric of our community. As part of the Quaker values Broadmead appreciates the contribution of every individual employee. To reflect this, Broadmead offers competitive wages and generous benefits including health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, paid leave, and retirement plans.
This is a Part-time position (less than 24 hrs a week : 3-4 days per week, every other week-end, 20 -25 hours per week.)
Under the close supervision of the Dietary Manager, incumbent is responsible for creating an enjoyable dining experience for our residents and their guests. Follows established order and style of serving in the HCU Dining Room.
Must be familiar with modified diets.
Is involved in ensuring the nutritional adequacy through serving food as indicated on modified diets, as well as providing feedback from residents to the Dietary Manager and Dietician, on nutritional problems.
Follows all safety and sanitation rules and regulations.
Performs side jobs.
Modifies food consistency to meet individual needs.
Trains new employees as instructed.
Attends all in-service training to ensure that all rules and regulations are being followed.
Will be an active part in revising and implementing rules and new regulations as they come into play.
Responsible for cleaning, bussing and resetting of dishes.
Maintains a clean, neat appearance.
Assist residents with seating and satisfactory handling of situations as they arise.
Perform additional duties and projects as assigned by lead dietary aide or supervisor.
Ensure the dining experience is pleasant and enjoyable through cheerful behavior and by properly following established procedures for style and order of service.
Ensuring that nutritional adequacy is provided by following established procedures and providing appropriate feedback to supervisor.
Follows all Federal, State and County regulations and codes regarding food - procedures and sanitation by following established guidelines.
Ensures that the training duties provide new servers with optimum skills and knowledge in order to perform in the Health Care Dining Room and reinforces those skills.
Ensures that we meet county and state regulations as reflected in inspections.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Basic knowledge of proper dining room service, sanitation, and safety procedures.
Possess the ability to follow instruction, work well with others, and maintain a good rapport its residents.
Possess the ability to cope with the extensive needs of older persons with, ie., physical handicap and/or varying degrees of disorientation.
Must be able to work independently.
Posses the ability to take direction and to carry it out effectively.
Posses the ability to follow direction of Dietician and Nursing Personnel.
Posses the ability to perform well during state and county inspections.
General knowledge of alterations of food.
Knows proper OBRA regulations to maintain sanitation of the kitchen.
Has basic knowledge if HACCAP.
Has general knowledge of Universal Precautions.
Has general knowledge of OSHA regulation.
Must know the difference in modified diets.
Covered by standard policies and procedures.
Refers problems to supervisor.
Must have the latitude to individualize each resident’s needs.
Dependability and Initiative Expectations
Reports to work each day on time and as scheduled.
Participates in appropriate in-service education, meeting State in-service requirements.
Actively participates in required meetings, arriving on time unless prior arrangements have been made.
Takes initiative in performing job as evidenced by offering new ideas solutions, informing supervisor of potential problems/hazards, using time, equipment, and supplies efficiently, assuming extra duties willingly, and participating in educational programs to keep abreast of new developments, procedures, and technologies.
Complies with organization’s policies and procedures.
Customer Service Expectations
Agrees to abide by the CSI (Customer Service Initiative) guidelines as outlined in the CSI Training Program.
Corporate Compliance Expectations
Agrees to abide by the Standard of Community Excellence during my employment at Broadmead.
Responsible for reporting any alleged or suspected violation of the Standards of Community Excellence.
Adheres to the Organizations Policies & Procedures covering Privacy and Security in Compliance with HIPAA regulations.
Lifestyle Program Expectations
You are committed to caring for the whole person, body, mind, and spirit.
You embrace the resident lifestyle philosophy with the residents, their families, and those with whom you work.
You recognize that your work makes a difference in the lives of those with whom you care.
You realize that those with whom you care depend on you.
You are committed to working as a team player.
All requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Requirements are representative of minimum levels of knowledge, skills, and/or abilities. To perform this job successfully, the incumbent will possess the abilities to perform each duty proficiently. This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an “at-will” employment relationship.
The Level of access to residents’ medical information will be determined based on the duties of their job and the employees will be trained on appropriate security levels.