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Patient Care Tech - Cherokee Village Assisted Living (Full Time)



Job Description
Cherokee Village Assisted Living is looking for motivated and caring individuals to work at our great facility!
- CVAL houses 44 residents on both SCALF/ALF sides.
- Seeking Full Time Patient Care Techs (PCT). 1st shift and 2nd shift (8 hrs) available

PCT's will be responsible for assisting the residents with daily living needs such as:
- Dressing
- Bathing
- Toileting
- Meals
- Laundry
- Medication
- And any other task they may need assistance with

Full Time Employees will be eligible for the following benefits:
- BCBS of Alabama Health Ins
- Dental, Vision, Life, Accident, Disability, Cancer, etc elective insurance
- 7 paid Holidays - including your birthday
- Accrued PTO time
- Discounted on-site daycare
- FREE $50,000 company paid life insurance policy







About Cherokee County Health and Rehabilitation Center
Cherokee County Health and Rehabilitation Center (CCHRC) has served Cherokee County and surrounding areas since 1960. We offer a 185 skilled-bed nursing home, facility dedicated to providing quality long-term care, dementia and rehabilitative services and health care education to our residents and the citizens of Cherokee County. Located near Weiss Lake, in the heart of Cherokee County, CCHRC has well-trained, caring and dedicated staff with resident care being our top priority.


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