You can make a difference in people’s lives every day. When you join UCLA Health, you’ll be working at an institution that provides leading-edge care to the people of L.A. and throughout the world. We provide our team members with the environment and support to do amazing work, because each and every one of them plays a vital role in our commitment to care.
Ability to safely perform repetitive bending, stooping, squatting, standing and sitting during full workday using proper body mechanics. Normal duties involve frequent lifting (up to 35 pounds), transferring members, and pushing an occupied wheelchair (up to 500 feet).
Sufficient dexterity and strength to perform standard duties including member care, documentation and equipment use.
Ability to work as a member of the interdisciplinary team, including sharing knowledge, giving and receiving feedback, taking initiative to assist others, problem solving and providing an atmosphere conducive to learning.
Familiarity with basic computer functions including word processing programs, spreadsheet programs and online mail systems.
Current BCLS certification.
Demonstrates knowledge of etiology, course, prognosis and manifestations of MS and other common disease processes.
Basic knowledge of medical terminology and human anatomy, specific to MS.
Ability to operate and appropriately apply and adapt/modify as needed any exercise interventions, recreation activities, and equipment.
Ability to motivate and encourage members to follow their personal adaptive exercise plan in a positive and empowering manner.
Knowledge of precautions and potential problems related to assigned member care activities.
Ability to identify the need for and utilize appropriate safety and/or emergency techniques, CPR and infection control.
I've been blessed to touch so many lives through my serving. It's a privilege to uplift other employees with words of encouragement and a smile.
The first thing i noticed when i joined the team was how everyone is very welcoming and friendly with supportive management. I did not feel like an outsider.
Once I joined, I knew UCLA Health was THE place to be due to the growth potential and training offered