Community: Ledgestone Senior Living 
Address: 13150 Four Star Blvd, Austin, TX 78737 (Dripping Springs) 

Shifts: Opportunities on all shifts. 

Are you driven by a passion for caring for others and possess a special place in your heart for assisting the elderly with their healthcare needs? Do you find fulfillment in ensuring the well-being of seniors and enhancing their quality of life through dedicated medical support? If you're seeking a rewarding career that allows you to make a significant impact on the lives of seniors, we invite you to join our team as a Medication Aide at our Assisted Living and Memory CareCommunity, where compassionate care, quality of life, and personal growth are at the forefront of what we do.

Here at our Senior Living Community, we provide a stable work environment with consistent schedules, generous Paid Time Off to promote work-life balance, and a variety of employee perks and programs that contribute to having a meaningful, purpose-driven career in elderly care – far beyond just a “job”.

Highlights of the Medication Aide Position:

  • Medication Management: Safely administer medications to residents in accordance with physician orders and our community’s policies, ensuring accurate dosage and timing.
  • Health Monitoring: Observe and report changes in residents' health and well-being, collaborating with healthcare professionals to adjust care plans as needed.
  • Personalized Care: Assist residents with activities of daily living (ADLs) as needed, including support with hygiene, mobility, and ensuring comfort.
  • Building Connections: Develop meaningful relationships with residents, contributing to their happiness, dignity, and overall well-being.
  • Supportive Environment: Work alongside a team of healthcare professionals, contributing to a welcoming, safe, and homelike atmosphere for our residents.

What do you need to be a Medication Aide at our Community?

While previous experience in medication administration or a healthcare setting is highly valued, it's not required. We seek individuals with a positive attitude, empathy, and a willingness to learn and grow in the senior healthcare field. We offer comprehensive on-the-job training and support, including certification for medication administration if needed.

Employee Perks, Programs, and Benefits:

  • Stable Scheduling: Enjoy consistent work hours to support your personal and professional needs.
  • Exclusive Discounts: Benefit from over 300,000 travel, restaurant, and retail discounts.
  • Referral Bonuses: Unlimited referral bonuses – invite your friends to join our caring team!
  • Professional Development: Take advantage of frequent training opportunities, promotion prospects, and a Continuing Education Reimbursement Program.
  • Community Involvement: Participate in paid volunteer days to make a broader impact.
  • Comprehensive Benefits: Competitive Paid Time Off, Health, Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance, and more – we even offer Pet Insurance for all the pet parents!

Our Mission: Passionate Service. Passionate Cleanliness. Passionate Care.

As a condition of employment at our Civitas Senior Living community, all new hires will undergo a screening process as required by state regulations. Offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of this process. Residency within the state that this Community/Location operates in is a condition of employment. Join us in making a difference in the lives of seniors every day.

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