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Apply Now-Medical Resident Care Aide Needed In Canada By Simpe Q Care Inc

To help residents in our medical institution with basic care and assistance, we are looking for a kind and committed Medical Resident Care Aide. Your duties as a Medical Resident Care Aide will include supporting residents’ well-being, making sure they are comfortable, and helping them with everyday tasks.

Job details

Location 1458 Glenwood DriveAgassiz, BCV0M 1A3
Salary 28.74 hourly / 35 to 40 hours per week
Terms of employment Permanent employment Full time Day, Evening, Weekend, Shift, Morning
Start date Starts as soon as possible
Benefits Health benefits, Long term benefits
Vacancies  6




Secondary (high) school graduation certificate


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Work setting

Nursing home/home for the aged


  • Help residents with their daily living activities (ADLs), such as grooming, dressing, using the lavatory and bathing.
  • Assist people who have trouble moving around and getting from their beds to wheelchairs or other parts of the institution.
  • Create a cosy and compassionate atmosphere by offering inhabitants company and emotional support.
  • Keep an eye on the health of the residents by noting any changes in their condition and reporting them to the nursing staff or other medical experts.
  • Help with the residents’ meals, making sure their nutritional needs are satisfied, and helping to feed them if needed.
  • Handle modest housekeeping tasks to keep residents’ living spaces tidy, safe, and orderly.
    Respect resident privacy, follow all facility policies, and comply with all healthcare requirements.
  • Work together with the medical staff to deliver high-quality care, and as needed, participate in care planning.
  • Take part in instructional workshops and training sessions to enhance skills and knowledge.


  • A high school degree or its equivalent is required; extra nursing assistant or healthcare training qualifications are advantageous.
    a track record of success in a related position within the healthcare industry.
  • Patience, understanding, and compassion when attending to the needs and worries of the inhabitants.
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication abilities.
  • Capacity to obey orders and function well in a group setting.
  • Both physical endurance and the capacity to help residents move around.
  • The ability to work a flexible schedule, including on holidays and the weekends.
  • Comprehending and following safety and infection control protocols.


  • Supply and empty bed pans
  • Serve meal trays and feed patients
  • Weigh, lift, turn and position patients
  • Make beds and maintain patients’ rooms
  • Bathe, dress and groom patients
  • Transport patients in wheelchair or stretcher

Additional information

Security and safety

  • Criminal record check
  • Immunization records
  • Tuberculosis test

Work conditions and physical capabilities

  • Fast-paced environment
  • Work under pressure
  • Repetitive tasks
  • Physically demanding
  • Standing for extended periods
  • Bending, crouching, kneeling

Health benefits

  • Dental plan
  • Health care plan

Long term benefits

  • Other benefits

Who can apply to this job?

Only apply to this job if:

You either live in Canada permanently or temporarily, or you are a citizen of Canada.
Your work permit for Canada is still valid.
Please do not apply if you are not allowed to work in Canada. Your application will not be answered by the employer.

How to apply

By email

[email protected]


By mail

200-1221 Lonsdale AvenueNorth Vancouver, BCV7M 2H5

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Frequently Asked Questions

To help you better grasp this medical resident care assistant, below are some frequently asked questions:

What does a Medical Resident Care Aide do?

A medical resident care assistant is a vital source of assistance for patients in healthcare settings, such as assisted living facilities, hospitals, and nursing homes. Typically, their responsibilities include helping seniors with daily living activities (ADLs) like dressing, eating, bathing, and moving around. They might also assist with medicine reminders, emotional support, and vital sign monitoring.

What prerequisites must be met in order to become a Medical Resident Care Aide?

Employers may have different requirements, but generally speaking, a high school diploma or its equivalent is needed. Candidates with nursing assistant certifications or other appropriate healthcare training may be given preference by some workplaces. It is imperative to have effective communication skills, empathy, patience, and a sincere desire to help others.

What are the principal duties of an Medical Resident Care Aide?

The principal duties consist of:

  • Helping people with their everyday needs, such as dressing, grooming, bathing and using the lavatory.
  • Vital sign monitoring and recording, as well as informing medical specialists of any changes in the residents’ situations.
  • Offering residents company and emotional support.
  • Helping with mobility and performing recommended physical therapy activities.
  • Supplying a hygienic and secure living space for inhabitants.

Which workspaces are available for Medical Resident Care Aides?

Medical Resident Care Assistants are employed in a range of healthcare environments, such as assisted living communities, hospitals, rehabilitation centres, and nursing homes. They might also operate as in-home carers in private homes.

 Is this job emotionally challenging?

Taking care of the elderly and disabled in particular can be emotionally taxing. A competent and supportive approach combined with successful care demands patience, sensitivity, and compassion.

What prospects exist or career advancement Medical Resident Care Aides?

Medical Resident Care Aides can develop in their jobs by gaining more experience and education. To become registered nurses (RNs) or licenced practical nurses (LPNs), some decide to obtain further degrees or qualifications. Others might seek careers in specialised healthcare fields or take up positions as medical office managers or coordinators of healthcare.

Which abilities are necessary to succeed in this position?

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, compassion, endurance, dependability, physical stamina, and teamwork are all necessary. It’s also essential to pay attention to the requirements of the residents, keep confidentiality, and be somewhat knowledgeable about medicine.

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