Bishop Gadsden is always looking to bring talented team members
to our Community. As an employee with Bishop Gadsden, you are
working for an employer that wants you to be successful both
personally and professionally.
Bishop Gadsden offers a working environment with a true sense of
family and community for its more than 400 full and part-time, as
well as PRN employees. Each employee is part of a dedicated team
whose daily work is valued and truly appreciated by the residents
families and fellow employees.
Be BG | Why Work for us:
BENEFITS FOR BISHOP GADSDEN TEAM MEMBERS
Scholarship Opportunities for Education and Student Debt
Generous Paid Time-Off Program
Cash-In Unused Paid Time-Off
401(k) Matching Retirement Plan
eLearning Classes and Certificates
Monthly Employee Celebrations with Gift Card Giveaways
8 Holidays, paid at time and a half
Free holiday meals
Company Paid CPR/AED Classes
Wellness Programs and Facilities
Flexible Spending Account
Health Reimbursement Account with $1,000 to spend on medical
Short and Long Term Disability
Company Paid Life Insurance
Employee of the Month and Employee of the Year Recognition
Annual Nursing Awards
Monthly Safety Cash Giveaways
Employee Assistance Program
Employee Loan Program
Free and Close Proximity Parking
To provide basic care by assisting residents with personal,
nutritional, and restorative care
Assist licensed personnel by assisting with basic nursing care
to the assigned group or residents.
Provide personal care for residents, including bathing,
showering, shampooing, oral hygiene, skin care, hair care, nail
care, dressing, and shaving as needed.·
Assist residents with nutritional needs including serving,
feeding, and providing proper fluid requirements.
Ensures all residents have fresh ice and water will be passed on
Assist with proper restorative care including range-of motion
exercises, proper positioning, and ambulation.
Encourage resident independence and optimal level of
Assist with procedures measuring weight, height, vital signs,
specimen collection, intake, output, and catheter care as
Exercise standard precautions of infection control in all
Utilize plan of care in delivery of resident care.
Receive and give reports on resident’s condition at beginning
and end of each shift.
Exchange resident information with charge nurse on an ongoing
Observe any change in resident condition and report to the
charge nurse immediately.
Communicate and cooperate with other members of
multidisciplinary healthcare team to accomplish plan of care.
Accompany residents to appointments as directed by the nursing
Document accurately and on a timely basis all information
Use appropriate forms and procedures as required.
Launder residents’ personal items as needed.
Ensures supplies for care of residents are recorded and charged
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Experience in all aspects of long term care for the elderly
Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and written.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
High school graduate or equivalent.
Must be a Certified Nurse’s Aide listed on the South Carolina
Nurse Aide registry with an active certification and be in good