Restorative Nursing Assistant PT/OT

Are you interested in joining a team of veteran caregivers who have been making a difference in the lives of people in Lacey for more than 40 years? Roo Lan is seeking to add a Restorative Nursing Assistant to assist residents Skilled Nursing Facility with their therapies. A restorative aid specializes in developing restorative and rehabilitation treatments under the direction of his/her supervisors for our residents.

Accountability: All CNAs report directly to the Supervising Nurse

Salary/Compensation: Compensation rates dependent on qualifications and experience of applicant. To be negotiated during interview process.

Qualifications: Complete NAC Class and receives certification in the State of Washington. Current CPR Certification. Past experience as a restorative aid in a long-term care setting.

Schedule: Full-Time, day-shift. Must be able to work weekends as needed.

Benefits Include:

  • Medical benefits including medical, dental, & vision
  • Paid sick and vacation time
  • Company 401k Retirement Plan
  • Free Life Insurance
  • Mentor Program
  • Access To Public Transportation
  • We Promote from Within

CNA Specific Benefits: Roo Lan recognizes that being a CNA is a uniquely challenging occupation, but one of vital importance to the world of health care and wants to ensure that our CNA’s aren’t just compensated for their services but want to grow as a care giver with us.

  • 1-Year Retention Raises: All CNA’s are eligible for an up to 8% hourly raise upon reaching their 1-year anniversary with Roo Lan
  • Training & Skill Enhancement Raises: CNA’s have the opportunity to complete 3 distinct training programs within their first 12-months at Roo Lan. Each successfully completed course grants a $0.25 per hours raise.
  • We Promote From Within: We recognize that many CNA’s have educational goals extending beyond their current roles. We work with you on school scheduled and shift coverage and prioritize filling LPN and RN positions to staff members completing their studies.

Equipment Used: Blood Pressure Gauge, Thermometer, Wheelchair, Mechanical Lift Devices, and Gait Belt.

Environment: Inside 98%, Outside 2%

Job Skills

  1. Experience in implementing restorative techniques.
  2. Knowledge and implementation of facility policies.
  3. Familiar with proper infection control procedures and how to implement them.
  4. Knowledge of general nursing techniques and specific ones relevant to the role of a restorative aid.
  5. Take vital signs of residents, e.g., temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiratory rate, weight, and record information.
  6. Can hold professional interactions with residents and their family members.
  7. Performs quality documentation in a timely manner.
  8. Understands and promotes our residents’ rights, privacy, and dignity

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Provide Restorative therapy treatments to assigned residents.
  2. Document session results in clinical record and flow sheets daily.
  3. Regularly attend resident care conferences with consultants and nursing to evaluate progress.
  4. Assist residents in the dining room when required.
  5. Coordinate and assist our Activities Director with the daily program when needed.
  6. Help with nursing care on the units when needed.
  7. Feed residents in the PSFP Feeding Program as necessary.
  8. Escort residents to doctor appointments when assigned.

Location: Olympia, WA

Have Questions?? Please contact Wendy Berry, at

To Apply: Please complete the following application and attach a current resume