18 days ago


Vancouver, WA


"Hello. First I would like to say that this is my very first company I have worked for that has taken the time to send out a message full of great info. With such positivity and with everyone being included in the events coming up. I have only been with Highgate for about 1 week and in that week I have not only seen staff for above and beyond for residents but something you don't see everyday is staff working together with a positive attitude. This is an amazing company and I feel blessed to be apart of it. I work for Highgate because they set themselves apart from others, they exceed the expectations of standards. I am excited for my new adventure with all of you!"-Stephanie, Assistant Healthcare Director

Join a close team of medication aides, medication techs in a high performing community. Come join a team that is supportive, fun, and promotes growth. Current openings are for a part time day shift (Sun/Mon) and full time swing shift (Mon-Fri).


Seeking skilled, compassionate team member to safely deliver medications, direct care and treatment to residents. As Medication Assistant you’ll be expected to follow individual service plans that detail medication needs and preferences. By observing residents daily, you’ll note any physical, emotional, or cognitive changes and share information or concerns with our Healthcare Director and family members. If working in the Cottage, knowledge and understanding of progressive dementias will be essential.

A community, not a facility. As thought leaders in the industry, we take a positive, holistic approach to senior care and encourage independence, as people are happiest when they can make their own choices. We provide opportunities for physical activity, social engagement, intellectual stimulation, spiritual involvement, and fun. We treat our residents and our team members like family.


  • A beautiful, friendly work environment
  • The opportunity to make a difference in the quality of life of our very special residents
  • Competitive salary depending on experience
  • A stable schedule
  • Room for professional growth and development
  • Benefits including medical, dental, short- and long-term disability and life insurance, sick/vacation pay, holiday pay, tuition assistance, paid maternity/paternity leave, paid bereavement, and matching 401 (k)


  • 18+ years of age
  • Current (or obtain) CPR and First Aid certification
  • Current TB test
  • Knowledge of what to do when observing major or minor medical emergencies
  • Experience in supporting both medical and daily assistance needs
  • Health screening and fingerprinting (California only)
  • Negative criminal record/background statement
  • Ability to see, hear, sit, stand, bend, lift, and move continuously during work hours
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Meet all criteria as required by state and local licensing agencies
  • Basic computer and email skills
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation