Job description: nursing specialist

As a nursing specialist at Paritätische Altenhilfe, you will provide care and nursing services to people in need of care, as well as a sheltered home. As a care provider, you are also an important contact person for relatives when it comes to their concerns and their condition. The job description of a nursing care specialist demands independent and responsible action, always in compliance with professional duties and the guiding principles of parity.

Facts & Figures

  • Prerequisite

    You have completed training as a health care worker, nurse or geriatric nurse. As a foreign applicant, you have German recognition for your training.

  • Field of activity

    The facilities of the Paritätische Altenhilfe offer employment opportunities in full inpatient, partly inpatient or outpatient care. The focus is on serving people and providing them with dignified care.

  • Salary

    We offer a transparent remuneration system based on the pay grade (TVöD). Other benefits, such as a company pension scheme, a bonus system for special work and paid holidays, are also included.

  • Future prospects

    We want you as our employee to be able to develop your full potential and offer you the opportunity for targeted career development. Numerous opportunities for training and further education are open to you at Parität.

Tasks of a care worker.

As a nursing specialist, you are responsible for care planning. You record the information necessary for care and determine the specific nursing needs. You regularly update the care planning, taking into account the condition and needs of the persons to be looked after. The actual implementation of care for residents is also part of your field of activity. 

Additional tasks are:

  • Informing the residents about nursing measures
  • Documentation of nursing measures
  • Regular review and evaluation of care success and quality
  • Activate and mobilise the residents in accordance with the nursing care plan that has been drawn up.
  • Encouraging contact and mutual help between residents
  • Motivating residents to participate in events and therapeutic offers
  • Informing and advising residents on matters of concern
  • Handling the residents' belongings appropriately
  • Accompanying the medical rounds
  • Carrying out the doctor's orders properly
  • Involving the relatives in the care and support of the residents
  • Initiating immediate measures and notifying the doctor in case of illness and emergency
  • Notifying the relatives of seriously ill and dying patients

Your staff-related tasks as a nursing assistant also include promoting team building, creating and maintaining a good working atmosphere, instructing and supervising assistants, pupils and trainees, and helping to train new personnel.

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