Company: TLC Management
Posted on: June 12, 2021
Driver Primary Responsibities
The primary purpose of
this position is to provide transportation to and from the
facility’s activity programs,
and outings. This also includes making deliveries and other
Driver Essential Functions
resident transportation to and from the facility. This
and unloading residents into the transport vehicle and securing
residents safely inside the vehicle.
residents to physician’s office, places designated by the
Activities Department and other appointments as assigned. This
includes making other deliveries as assigned.
- Having a
nursing assistant or licensed nurse accompany all residents that
have any medical complexity, as determined by the DON or
that a charged cell phone is available at all times during any bus
operation and must not use the cell phone during the operation of
that the resident LOA is signed by the nursing personnel or
that all necessary paperwork accompanies the resident for
appointments, keeping all resident information confidential and
secure, and keeping track that none of the resident’s information
to the nurse once the resident returns to the facility and
accurately recording transports.
911 immediately if any resident requires medical attention and then
notifying the HFA and DON.
to appropriate Charge Nurse or designee any resident who lacks
any significant change in a resident’s condition or poor tolerance
during transport to the Charge Nurse.
a pleasant, interested and positive approach to
able to work cooperatively as a member of a team.
of driving skills annually, regardless of age or driving
the facility in a professional and positive manner in dress and
behavior at all times.
the confidentiality of all residents and their care to ensure
resident rights, privacy and property are protected at all
and documenting resident and/or visitor incidents, accidents,
complaints or allegations according to the facility’s policy and
procedure using the designated occurrence reporting
with safety requirements, infection control measures, and
maintaining a clean work environment in accordance with facility
policy as indicated by:
a pre-inspection of the bus and a post trip inspection of the bus,
ensuring, among other things, that all residents and their
belongings are removed from the bus.
that a basic first aid kit is present on the vehicle.
- Wearing a
seat belt while the bus is operation; ensuring that seat belts are
worn by all passengers and a companion (if present) at all times
while the bus is operation; and ensuring that any passenger in a
wheelchair is properly secured with OEM or OEM-equivalent
and logging a safety check list as determined by the Maintenance
Supervisor and routine maintenance needs/repairs of the
the HFA if there is any accident, damage or mechanical problems
with the bus.
that work/assignment areas are clean and records, files, etc., are
properly stored before leaving such areas on breaks, end of work
by all emergency protocols for crash carts, resident codes, fire
safety, missing residents, tornado preparation, violent residents,
Wander guard alarms, door alarms, and other facility policies as
any forms of abuse witnessed and aware of and taking appropriate
action according to policy;
infection control and universal precautions procedures.
periodic cleaning schedules for equipment and returning equipment
to proper area after use.
the facility is maintained in a clean and sanitary manner at all
other duties as assigned by the Charge Nurse, Maintenance
Must possess specific educational and experience requirements such
All drivers must be over the age of
21 and have driven for three years or more.
All drivers must possess a current,
unencumbered driver’s license issued by the State.
All drivers must have valid
documentation of a safe driving history.
All drivers must complete a basic
first aid course.
All drivers must complete a driving
skills test, upon hire.
Have a thorough understanding of the
principles of growth and development for the entire life-span with
ability to provide care appropriate
for adult and geriatric patients as appropriate to the patient
Must possess interpersonal skills
The ability to follow written and
verbal instructions, function independently and make
decisions when circumstances warrant
Personal integrity and the ability
to deal tactfully with residents, family members, visitors,
agencies and personnel.
The ability to work harmoniously
with professional and non-professional personnel.
Judgment in prioritizing the
performance of tasks, duties and responsibilities in accordance
established standards, policies and
The ability to be discrete and protect the integrity of
confidential information and stay within Corporate
Compliance and HIPPA.
Patience, a cheerful disposition,
enthusiasm and a willingness to handle residents based on
maturity and physical level in which
they are currently functioning.
The ability to adhere to
professional code of ethics.
The ability to relate information
concerning a resident’s condition to the appropriate staff
Knowledge on the use of personal
computers, e-mail accounts, software programs such as Word
Excel and minor office machines such
as faxes and copiers
- Proof of COVID-19
more important to us than the health and safety of our employees
and meeting our obligation to provide and maintain a facility that
is free of known hazards. Accordingly, we require certain measures
be taken to safeguard the health of our employees and their
families; our resident and visitors; and the community at large
from the COVID-19 virus, which may be reduced by vaccinations.
Therefore, Oak Hill Senior Living requires all employees to be
vaccinated for the COVID-19 virus as a condition of employment. All
employees are required to provide proof of at least one vaccination
for the COVID-19 virus. If you feel that you are unable to receive
the vaccination for religious or medical reasons, please discuss
this with the Oak Hill Senior Living Human Resource
Keywords: TLC Management, Brandon , Activities Driver, Other , Brooksville, Florida
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