Careers at RDCC

Welcome to Runningwater Draw, where we believe in the power of dedicated professionals to make a difference in the lives of our residents. If you are passionate about providing exceptional care, fostering a warm community, and contributing to the well-being of others, we invite you to explore career opportunities with us.

Why Choose Runningwater Draw?

At Runningwater Draw, we are more than just a care facility; we are a family. Our team is driven by a shared commitment to compassion, excellence, and creating a positive impact. Here are some reasons to consider a career with us:

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Commitment to Excellence

We strive for excellence in every aspect of our work, from personalized care services to engaging activities and community involvement.

Holistic Approach

Our approach to care goes beyond medical assistance. We prioritize the physical, emotional, and social well-being of our residents, fostering a holistic and enriching environment.

Professional Development

We value the growth of our team members and provide opportunities for continuous learning and professional development. We believe in investing in the success of our staff.

Community Connection

Working at Runningwater Draw means being part of a supportive community. Our collaborative environment encourages teamwork, communication, and a shared commitment to our residents.

Current Openings

Explore the current career opportunities at Runningwater Draw. Join us in making a positive impact on the lives of our residents.

Night and Day Shift CNA
Night and Day Shift RN or LVN

 

Employment Application

Complete and submit online application or come by our office.

All applications are kept on file for 1 year.

Runningwater Draw Care Center is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.

Application for Employment

All persons shall have the opportunity to be considered for employment without regard to their age, race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, handicap or disability, sex, marital status, obligation to serve in the armed forces of the United States, citizenship or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal or state law. This is an Equal Opportunity Program.

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Shift Preference(Required)
If preferred shifts unavailable, will you work?
If required, will you work?
Are you either a U.S. citizen, or an alien who has the legal right to work in the United States?(Required)
Are you 18 or older?(Required)
Have you ever been convicted of any crime other than a minor traffic violation?(Required)
Have you ever been disciplined for resident abuse?(Required)
Do you have relatives or friends employed at this facility?(Required)
Have you ever been employed by the facility in the past?(Required)
In the last 5 years, have you been fired from a job or resigned after being told you would be fired?(Required)

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Beginning with your current or most recent employer, list the last four positions of employment held.

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QUESTIONNAIRE

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For applicants younger than 18 Regulations governing youth employment allow permissible jobs and hours of work, by age as follows: 1. Youths 18 years or older may perform any job, whether hazardous or not, for unlimited hours; 2. Youths 16 and 17 years old may perform any non-hazardous job, for unlimited hours; and 3. Youths 14 and 15 years old may work outside school hours in various non-manufacturing, non-mining, non-hazardous jobs under the following conditions: no more than 3 hours on a school day; no more than 18 hours in a school week; no more than 8 hours on a non-school day; and no more than 40 hours in a non-school week. Also, work may not begin before 7am nor end after 7pm except from June 1 - Labor Day, when evening hours are extended to 9pm. Under a special provision, youths enrolled in an approved Work Experience and Career Exploration Program may be employed for up to 23 hours in school weeks and 3 hours on school days (including during school hours).

(A) 250.006. CONVICTIONS BARRING EMPLOYMENT (a) A person for whom the facility is entitled to obtain criminal history record information may not be employed in a facility if the person has been convicted of an offense listed in this subsection:

(1) an offense under Chapter 19, Penal Code (criminal homicide); (2) an offense under Chapter 20, Penal Code (kidnapping and unlawful restraint); (3) an offense under Section 21.02, Penal Code (continuous sexual abuse of young child or children); (4) an offense under Section 21.08, Penal Code (indecent exposure); (5) an offense under Section 21.11, Penal Code (indecency with a child); (6) an offense under Section 21.12, Penal Code (improper relationship between educator and student); (7) an offense under Section 21.15, Penal Code (improper photography or visual recording); (8) an offense under Section 22.011, Penal Code (sexual assault); (9) an offense under Section 22.02, Penal Code (aggravated assault); (10) an offense under Section 22.021, Penal Code (aggravated sexual assault); (11) an offense under Section 22.04, Penal Code (injury to a child, elderly or disabled individual); (12) an offense under Section 22.041, Penal Code (abandoning or endangering a child); (13) an offense under Section 22.05, Penal Code (deadly conduct); (14) an offense under Section 22.07, Penal Code (terroristic threat); (15) an offense under Section 22.08, Penal Code (aiding suicide); (16) an offense under Section 25.031, Penal Code (agreement to abduct from custody); (17) an offense under Section 25.08, Penal Code (sale or purchase of a child); (18) an offense under Section 28.02, Penal Code (arson); (19) an offense under Section 29.02, Penal Code (robbery); (20) an offense under Section 29.03, Penal Code (aggravated robbery); (21) an offense under Section 33.021, Penal Code (online solicitation of a minor); (22) an offense under Section 34.02, Penal Code (money laundering); (23) an offense under Section 35A.02, Penal Code (Medicaid fraud); (24) an offense under Section 37.12, Penal Code (false indentification as peace officer); (25) an offense under Section 42.01,(a)(7), (8), or (9), Penal Code disorderly conduct); (26) an offense under Section 42.09, Penal Code (cruelty to animals); or (27) a conviction under the laws of another state, federal law, or the Uniform Code of Military Justice for an offense containing elements that are substantially similar to the elements of an offense listed under Subdivisions 1-27 above.

(B) A person may not be employed in a position the duties of which involve direct contact with a consumer in a facility before the fifth anniversary of the date the person is convicted of:

(1) an offense under Section 22.01, Penal Code (assault) that is punishable as a Class A misdemeanor or as a felony; (2) an offense under Section 30.02, Penal Code (burglary - building or habitation) Refer to (c) for nursing facilities or assisted livings; (3) an offense under Chapter 31, Penal Code (theft) that is punishable as a felony; (4) an offense under Section 32.45, Penal Code (misapplication of fiduciary property or property of a financial institution) that is punishable as a Class A misdemeanor or a felony; or (5) an offense under Section 32.46, Penal Code (securing execution of a document by deception) that is punishable as a Class A misdemeanor or a felony.

(C) In addition to the prohibitions on employment prescribed by Subsections (A) and (B), a person for whom a facility licensed under Chapter 242 - Nursing Facilities or 247 - Assisted Living Facilities, is entitled to obtain criminal history record information may not be employed in a facility licensed under Chapter 242 or 247 if the person has been convicted of:

(1) an offense under Section 30.02, Penal Code (burglary); or (2) under the laws of another state, federal law, or the Uniform Code of Military Justice for an offense containing elements that are substantially similar to the elements of an offense under Section 30.02, Penal Code

Employee Affidavit

I have read this document and have been given an opportunity to ask any questions about any part that I do not understand. I hereby affirm that I have no convictions of an offense listed above which would bar employment and acknowledge that a criminal history check will be submitted to the Texas Department of Public Safety as required by law. I further understand that other offenses are a potential bar to employment under state law and/or the policies of this facility and that my statement in this affidavit in no way limits my disclosure of other criminal offenses as required by the employment application. I also understand that any incomplete information or misrepresentation, including by omission. on this form or on the facility employment application may be considered grounds for immediate termination.
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Get In Touch

800 West 13th St. / PO Box 409
Olton, TX 79064
Phone: 806-285-2677
Fax: 806-285-2176