More Than A Job: A Calling
Givens Highland Farms offers a wide variety of professional and career opportunities. As a Givens Highland Farms employee, you will work in a retirement community setting where your work makes a difference to both staff and residents. You will be an integral part of the 200-plus personnel who provide skills, services and care to appreciative residents.
We accept applications or resumes by email for most positions. To inquire about applying for an open position, email or call our Human Resources Department at
or call (828) 357-2005.
CNAPosted on 1/10/2014
professional nursing staff by performing routine duties in caring for residents
such as: assisting residents to dining rooms; feeding or assisting with feeding
at mealtimes; understanding and carrying out rehabilitative nursing
assignments; assisting with bathing; ensuring that mouth care is performed at
least once per shift; assisting semi-ambulatory residents to bathrooms; waking
residents and performing morning care or providing evening care and preparing
residents for sleep, etc.
Completion of Nursing Assistant Training Course from an approved program is
required. A minimum of one year
experience as a CNA is preferred. Shifts available include 3-11 and 11-7.
CNA/MED TECHPosted on 1/10/2014
Assists Home Care Nursing
performing routine duties in caring for residents in their
on-campus homes such as: assisting with bathing; providing morning care or evening
care; assisting residents with medications; other services as contracted with
Nursing Assistant Training Course and Medication Technician Training Course from
an approved program is required. A
minimum of one year experience as a CNA is preferred.
LPNPosted on 1/10/2014
Coordinates the provision of high quality nursing care
according to care plans under the supervision of (an) RN(s) and medical staff,
including performing assessments and participating in the development of
individual care plans; reviewing and implementing any changes in physicians'
orders; keeping subordinate staff informed by receiving and giving complete and
thorough shift reports; documents changes in resident status and reports
changes to RN; (re-)ordering medication
as prescribed by physicians; administering medications, treatments, or
procedures and performing various tests as ordered by physicians and other
health care providers; maintaining accurate, up-to-date records including
medication administration records, nursing progress notes, treatment records,
assessments, incident reports, records of access to and distribution of
controlled substances, etc. Shifts available include 3-11.