Recreation Assistant

Company Name:
Avalon Health Care Group
Avalon Health Care is seeking an enthusiastic, organized and dedicated Recreation Assistant to join our outstanding team! Sign on bonus available for highly qualified candidate.
Candidates should have previous experience with recreational programs, as well as a positive attitude! Today's aging population means there's a growing demand for healthcare professionals in post-acute care, and a wave of career opportunities available at Avalon Health Care!
We are looking for individuals who embrace a reverence for life and a heart for healing. With enthusiasm and compassion, our Avalon family works with our patients and their families as well as with our communities to celebrate life every day!
If you seek to use your mind and your heart to improve lives on a daily basis, come join our team! We offer great challenges, a rewarding career and opportunities for advancement!
High School graduate or equivalent.
Must meet State and Federal regulations as applicable.
Must be able to relate professionally, positively, and cooperatively with residents and employees.
Must maintain regular attendance.
Must meet all local health regulations, pass post-offer drug test, and pass post-employment physical exam if required.
Must be capable of performing the Essential Job Functions of this job, with or without reasonable accommodation.
Previous experience with recreational programs in a health care setting, preferably long term care, is highly desirable.
Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Vets/IWDs
Req Number: 4364
Facility: Grays Harbor Health & Rehab
Location: Aberdeen, WA
Department: Recreation / Activities (550)
Schedule: Full Time
Shift: Varied Shifts
Hours: Wed - Sun Days (1 Opening)

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