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Caregiver (CMT)

St. Louis, MO, USA

Job Type

Full Time / Part Time

About the Role

The Certified Medication Technician (CMT) is part of and functions in the context of the Nursing Department of Eunique Personal Care. The CMT is responsible to administer medications, check vital signs, and perform resident personal care and other nursing duties as directed by the Director of Nursing, Assistant Director of Nursing and/or Charge Nurse.


Expectations of All Employees:

  • Information: Personnel file is current and updated as needed; including but not limited to, initial physical examination, credentialing certification and licensure, current home phone number and address.

  • Loyalty: Loyal to Eunique Personal Care in personal and work experiences. Familiar, supportive and demonstrative of Eunique Personal Care Philosophy of Care, Mission, Vision and Core Values Statements.

  • Teamship: Understanding and practice of good team skills among coworkers. Conducts oneself in a mature, positive, progressive and professional manner. Committed to keeping coworker personal information confidential. Practices courtesy and respect in relations to coworkers.

  • Work Habits: Neat and Clean in appearance. Ability to understand and follow instructions. Flexible in job assignments. Demonstrates organization skills. Prompt and consistent attendance. Characterized by honesty, integrity and confidence. Shows initiative and creativity in work assignments. Acceptable communication and public relations skills. Demonstrates effective use of work time.

  • Workplace Safety: Practice safety; including but not limited to, proper hand washing; obeying OSHA, state and TBH workplace safety regulations, policies and procedures and maintaining an uncluttered, clean and safe work environment.


  1. High School Diploma or GED.

  2. Completed the State approved Nurse Assistant Class and Medication Technician Class.

  3. Maintain current certification as a Nurse Assistant and Medication Technician.

  4. Sufficient documentation, typing and computer skills.

  5. General understanding of the aging process and the changes associated with aging.

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