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We are looking for a Medication Technician for our Gardens Memory Care Center that will fit the Rowntree Gardens Community. Ours is a community built on the highest respect for every person and unwavering integrity guided by our faith. We consider everyone in our community to be a member of our extended family including staff.


  • Perform daily community member rounds to ascertain comfort and response to medications.
  • Initiate communication for follow-up regarding negative response to medication administration to the Charge Nurse.
  • Follow guidelines of crush medication waiver.
  • Assure that documentation is complete in the community member's health record including response to medications, summary of needs, and change of condition.
  • Assist in administering medications using principles of infection control and following safety policies.
  • Replenish, audit, and file Medication records.
  • Duties and responsibilities may be added as needed and requested by the Director that are within the scope of this position.
  • Full-time PM Shift (2pm-10pm)
    • Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday
  • Previous experience as a Med Tech is required
  • Must have 1-2 years of experience in Memory Care or Assisted Living to be considered
  • Complete medication pass training
  • Excellent knowledge of emergency response and first aid (CPR)
  • Willingness to adhere to health and safety standards
  • Respectful and compassionate toward the care of the community members
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to keep a mature composure in stressful situations and be able to deal effectively with the demands of the position
  • Remain flexible to meet the changing needs of the facility, its staff, and operations
Due to California State regulations, we are required to have all our applicants pass a Background Check, Physical, and TB Test.

Please contact our Recruiter Dalia to submit an application. Phone: 714-971-6806 Email: 

I'm Interested

"Kudos to you for creating such a lovely oasis for all your residents"

– Tracy Allspaw