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Activities AssistantSongbird Lodge Nursing & RehabilitationBrownwood, TXOur Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE.) Job Type: Full-time Benefits: 401(k) 401(k) matching Dental insurance Disability insurance Health insurance Life insurance Paid time off Retirement plan Tuition reimbursement Vision insurance Schedule: Day shift Work Location: One location Show more Full-time
Licensed Practical NurseResCare, IncBrownwood, TXOur community living services are provided in 27 states with several thousand programs and a comprehensive range of high-quality services, including: Community Living, Adult Host Homes for adults regardless of disability, Behavioral/Mental Health Support, In-home Pharmacy Solutions, Telecare and Remote Support, Supported Employment and Training Programs, and Day programs.
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Certified Nurses AideInterim HealthCareBrownwood, TXResponsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: changing bedding, changing clothing, bathing patients, and helping with hygienic routines such as brushing teeth, washing hair and keeping wound dressings clean and dry. Full-time
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