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Our national partner, LeadingAge, is an association of 6,000 not for profit organizations dedicated to expanding the world of possibilities for aging

Together, we advance policies, promote practices and conduct research that supports, enables and empowers people to live fully as they age.

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Serving older Americans now and for generations to come requires professionals that are up to the task. Here you will find  listings of current job openings at the state and national level.  Have you considered a career in Aging Services? Link

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August 8, 2018

Open Positions

The Kenney, of West Seattle – Come join our team and make a positive difference in the lives of seniors! The Kenney is a non-profit, faith-based Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), proudly serving seniors in West Seattle since 1909. Since affiliating with Heritage Ministries in 2014, The Kenney has added resources and renewed its commitment to creating an environment that enables our residents to have the highest quality of life achievable. The Executive Director is responsible for leading and developing our staff, budgeting and managing the operations of the community, growing and strengthening the services we provide, and communicating the values and direction of the organization.

We are seeking skilled, caring and dedicated individuals to join our team in the following areas:How to Apply: To learn more about the position and to apply online. Link below

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) – Full Time, Night/NOC
Executive Director – Full Time, Days
Life Enrichment Fitness Coordinator – Full Time, Days
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) – Full Time, Evenings
Nursing Coordinator (LPN) – Full Time, Days

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills:
Please refer to The Kenney Careers page for details about each position: The Kenney offers a generous compensation plan including competitive salary and benefits which include: medical, dental, vision, short-term disability, paid time off (PTO), 403(b) retirement matching, EAP, and 100% company paid life insurance.Come join our team and make a positive difference in the lives of seniors! The Kenney Drug-Free Work Place and participates in E-Verify. For more information on E-Verify please contact DHS: 1-888-897-7781. Positions open until filled.

How to Apply: To learn more about the position and to apply online, click here

August 8, 2018

Resident Engagement Activity Coordinator

Wesley Des Moines link to apply

Wesley is a faith based organization providing retirement communities and a network of services for older adults. With love and joy, we are called to meet the physical, social and spiritual needs of those we serve. We affirm the worth of all those we serve and those who provide the service.

Wesley is currently seeking an experienced Resident Engagement Coordinator to join our Assisted Living team. This is a full time position, working Monday through Friday day shift 8:15 – 4:45 p.m.in our Assisted Living department on the Des Moines, WA Campus.

This is a non-exempt position. This position is eligible for the full benefit package offered by Wesley Homes which includes Medical/Vision/Dental, Life Insurance, 403(b) Retirement Plan with company contribution, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Employee Assistance Program and free parking.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
• The Activity Coordinator is responsible for the planning of all recreational and social programs in Assisted Living.
• Provides an ongoing program of activities designed to meet, in accordance with the comprehensive assessment, the interests and the physical, mental and psychosocial needs of each resident.
• Plans and makes purchases for a wide variety of monthly expenditures.
• Develops an activity care plan for each resident and actively participates in Resident Care Conferences and department meetings.
• Directs Certified Nursing Assistants as needed for activity assistance.
• Must be comfortable around birds and have the ability to clean bird cage on a daily basis.
• Must be observant and have the ability to detect changes in a resident’s condition.
• Must have the ability to work under stress and to make independent decisions.
• Must be able to fluently communicate in the English language, in writing and verbally.

WORK EXPERIENCE:
• Minimum of one year of Activity experience in a healthcare environment required.

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENT:
• High school diploma or equivalent required.
• Associates of Arts degree preferred.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
• Must have good physical mobility.
• Must be able to push and transfer residents in wheelchairs.
• Must be able to lift a minimum of 30 lbs. on a daily basis.

HIRING REQUIREMENTS:
• Must have up to date First Aid and CPR Certifications
• Must be at least 18 years old
• Must have WA State Food Handlers Permit.
• Must have Dementia and Mental Health Certifications or acquire within 120 days of hire.
• Must be able to pass drug screen, DSHS Fingerprint & WSP inquiries
• Must be able to document eligibility to work in the USA
• Able to embrace Wesley Homes mission, vision and values

Wesley is a not for-profit organization that provides a network of services offering a continuum of care for older adults. It is affiliated with the Pacific Northwest Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. Wesley has a non-discrimination policy and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Retirement Communities and Health Services for (and by) people who love life.
www.wesleychoice.org/careers

August 8, 2018

Resident Engagement Assistant

Wesley Des Moines link to apply

Wesley is currently seeking a full-time Resident Engagement Assistant to join our team on the Des Moines Campus in our Health Center. This is a full time position. Hours are 8:15 – 4:45 p.m. with either Friday/Saturday off or Sunday/Monday off (2 positions)

Benefits for this position include: medical/dental/vision insurance, 403(b) retirement savings plan, paid-time off, paid holidays, employee assistance program, and more!

To participate with other activity assistants, Director of Resident Engagement, Activity Coordinator- 400 Unit & Activity Coordinator – Parkside & Cascade in planning and facilitating a wide variety of large and small group activities that increases the resident’s self-respect, promotes physical, spiritual, cognitive, social and emotional health and to provide 1 to 1 individual activities for those residents who generally do not benefit from group activities.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
• To independently plan and lead regularly scheduled daily group activities in Parkside, Cascade and Garden Court Units. Assists resident transportation to and from group activities.
• To set-up and clean-up after each activity and ensure that activity areas are safe before, during, and after each activity.
• To document resident’s involvement in scheduled activities and 1:1 visits on the computerized system, “CareTracker”.
• To assist the Director of Activities and the Activities Coordinators with the MDS process during their absence or during times of need.
• Assisting with a wide variety of scheduled out-of-facility activities.
• To provide weekly 1 to 1 individual activities for room bound residents or for those residents who do not choose to participate in group activities as assigned by the Director of Activities & Activity Coordinators.
• To aid new residents in becoming familiar with scheduled activities by providing daily invitations to groups offered and to offer assistance with transportation.
• Responsible for monthly changes in bulletin boards, seasonal decorations and activity room decorations as directed by the Director of Activities & Activity Coordinators.
• Shall keep the Director of Activities & Activity Coordinators informed of resident needs, problems, and behavior changes.
• Participate in weekly meetings with Director of Activities and/or Activity Coordinators to discuss resident’s care plans and progress toward goals & approaches identified on their care plans.
• Assist in the development of the Newsletter by writing a feature article.
• All other duties assigned by the Director of Activities.

REQUIREMENTS:
• Previous experience working with large and small groups beneficial, experience in working with the elderly or in a nursing home setting preferred.
• CNA certification a plus!
• Valid Washington State Driver’s license.
• Must be able to multi-task and be flexible to adapt to changes.
• Must be self-motivated and able to work independently.
• Must have basic reading, writing skills and PC Skills
• Ability to use tack, diplomacy and to present a neat and professional appearance.
• Must have good communication skills and the ability to interact with the public effectively.
• Must have a high energy level, be outgoing and enthusiastic.
• Must be sensitive to the issues faced by the elder population and be genuinely interested in promoting their well-being.
• Flexible work hours (including weekends, evenings and holidays) will be required at times.
• Must be willing to obtain CPR, First Aid and Food Handler’s Cards.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
• Should show evidence of good physical endurance and mental health.
• Must be able to lift up to 40lbs on a semi-regular basis.
• Must have good physical mobility and will be required to transfer residents during activities and outings, will be required to hook up wheelchairs in bus and will often be changing and hanging decorations which necessitates going up and down a ladder.
• Often requires high energy output over an extended period of time.
• Should be able to work under stress.

Wesley is a not for-profit organization that provides a network of services offering a continuum of care for older adults. It is affiliated with the Pacific Northwest Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.
Wesley Homes has a non-discrimination policy and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Retirement Communities and Health Services for (and by) people who love life. www.wesleychoice.org/careers

August 8, 2018

Director of Nursing Services, DNS

Franke Tobey Jones, is responsible for hands-on supervising and directing nursing care in our skilled and assisted living units.

• Responsible for the planning, implementation, evaluation and continued improvement of all nursing care, this position develops and maintains nursing philosophy, objectives, standards of practice, policies and procedures for clinical units.
• Coordinates and directs resident care and related activities according to nursing and regulatory standards; serves as the primary liaison for residents, families, physicians and consultants, external care providers and staff.
• Acts in, and encourages, collaboration with other departments and staff.
• Accountable for budgeting and the fiscal activities of clinical services department.
• Adheres to all FTJ practices, policies and procedures as a role model for others.

Required Education: Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. Master’s degree in Nursing, geriatric specific coursework or certification in gerontology is preferred.

Required Experience: At least 5 years’ experience in a lead, multi- unit nursing management role in a health care facility serving seniors or 10 years nursing management in a health care facility serving seniors. Bargaining unit experience and PCC software experience highly valued.

Minimum Required Skills and Abilities: Proven track record of success in establishing a cohesive and collaborative nursing team through active, hands-on leadership; effective people management skills; demonstrated talent for interacting with a wide variety of people, especially the elderly and their family members; and an ability to organize and coordinate multiple priorities. Must be skilled at using Office programs such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint as well as skill in using medical records systems.

Required Licenses/Certifications: Washington Registered Nurse license, CPR. DSHS Dementia & Mental Health certificates desired.

Franke Tobey Jones, a not for profit Continuing Care Retirement Community, is celebrating 90+ years in Tacoma as a leader in providing senior residential services, a supportive continuum of care, and innovative community outreach. Our mission is to enrich the quality of life for seniors in our community. If you choose to work for a CCRC that deeply cares about people, Franke Tobey Jones is the place to be. We are currently seeking a seasoned leader for our nursing services.
If this sounds like the place for you… check us out! (And watch our new skilled nursing and memory care building grow!)
Click here to apply on line OR Mail your resume and our application: Human Resources, Franke Tobey Jones, 5340 N. Bristol St, Tacoma, WA 98407. No phone calls please. EEOC, DFW

August 8, 2018

Assistant Director of Nursing, ADON

Franke Tobey Jones, shares responsibility for hands-on supervising and directing nursing care in our skilled and assisted living units. This position, very basically:

• Works cooperatively with the DNS to meet the needs of all skilled nursing, memory care and assisted living residents.

• Works cooperatively with DNS for clinical systems, programs, policy and procedure improvements within, and to meet, regulatory guidelines and ensure high quality care.

• Manages, coordinates and leads training programs and in-services. May design, develop, schedule and implement.

• Supervises and directs clinical services staff. Directs and oversees the scheduling of staff.

• Coordinates and supervises the care of all residents including driving and coordinating admissions; recommending/approving care guidelines; overseeing arrangements for any necessary support or equipment needs; assessing staff implementation effectiveness; performs or reviews individual assessments of residents; collaborating with other departments and functions.

• Provides support and back up to the Director of Clinical Services; shares “on call” responsibility.

Required Education: Associates Degree in Nursing. Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing highly desired.

Required Experience: At least 3-5 years’ experience supervising nursing staff in long term health care facility; solid experience/knowledge of federal and WA state regulations. Experience with process and procedure design, development, implementation desired.

Required Skills and Abilities: Effective people management skills at a supervisory level; demonstrated talent for interacting with a wide variety of people, especially the elderly and their family members as well as staff; ability to organize and coordinate multiple priorities. Must be skilled at using Office programs such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint as well as skill in using medical records systems.

Required Licenses/Certifications: Unencumbered Washington State Nursing License; DSHS Dementia & Mental Health certification and CPR desired.

Franke Tobey Jones is more than our campus, buildings and services. It’s more than a community of senior residents. It’s also a community of team members who make every day meaningful for our residents, our team members and for ourselves. We are a unique, caring and meaningful place to work, where our jobs are so much more than ‘punching the time clock.’ Franke Tobey Jones is a place where friendships flourish, deep connections are made with our residents, and where our professional work is a caring and compassionate experience.
Our Mission is to enrich and extend the quality of life for seniors in our community. As a not-for-profit organization, we provide senior residential services, a supportive continuum of care and innovative community outreach.

If this sounds like the next step for you and/or the right place for you… check us out! (And watch our new skilled nursing and memory care building grow!)
Click here to apply on line / OR Mail your resume and our application: Human Resources, Franke Tobey Jones, 5340 N. Bristol St, Tacoma, WA 98407. No phone calls please. EEOC, DFW

July 27, 2018

Vice President of Philanthropy

Transforming Age, is a national not-for-profit organization guided by a singular vision to “transform the perception of age”. As a network of services, products and partnerships we are dedicated to transforming the perception of age and enhancing the lives of older adults serving over 5,000 seniors nationwide through housing, home and community based services, technology, services to other providers and philanthropy. Reporting to the President & CEO, the Vice President of Philanthropy is a new position on our executive team and will lead the planning, development and implementation of philanthropic strategies and programs, effective communications and public relations activities both internally and externally that support the mission of Transforming Age and its affiliates. The new team member will have the opportunity to develop our philanthropy team from the ground up while building an overall fundraising campaign exceeding $5 million annually.

Positions Details
General Responsibilities Will Include:

• Strategic management and successful support of philanthropy efforts of all Transforming Age affiliates including multiple senior living community foundations and Full Life Care, our community services division;
• Design, implement, and oversee capital campaigns, annual giving, major gifts, planned gifts, estate planning programs and other initiatives;
• Identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward a portfolio of donors and prospects to support the growth of our Foundation, major gift giving, grants and special fundraising campaigns;
• Identify new opportunities for comprehensive integrated partnerships, corporate giving support through proactive prospecting as well as ongoing cultivation of Transforming Age’s current major funders;
• Generate seed-funding and program funding for research & development programs, home community based services, low income and affordable housing as well as technology centered opportunities; and
• Create self-sustainable funding model for the resident assistance, employee education, community enhancement and community outreach programs.

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills:

The Ideal Candidate Will Possess:

• A BA/BS degree from an accredited, four-year college or university and 10+ years of progressively responsible, non-profit Foundation or fundraising experience, including planned giving, major gift programs, capital campaigns and grant writing;
• Long-term care, senior living, higher education and/or healthcare fundraising experience in a company with multiple locations is highly preferred;
• Experience with estate planning, probate, trusts, tax planning for gifts (exclusive of offering legal or tax counsel);
• Excellent communication and public speaking skills, strong leadership and management skills, professional demeanor and a positive attitude;
• Self-motivated, innovative, works independently, multi-tasks, with ability to prioritize work; and
• A professional command, presence and be patient, socially poised, mature, and willing to go the extra mile to gain results.

Transforming Age is a Top 35 senior housing not-for-profit organization committed to improving the lives of older adults through housing, consumer services, technology, philanthropy and business services. With over $150 million in revenues, Transforming Age is rapidly expanding nationally. Within the last four years we have grown from serving just 600 seniors across 3 communities in Seattle to over 5,000 seniors amid 15 communities in Washington, Minnesota and Nebraska, and through our not-for-profit home and community based services organization, Full Life Care. In addition, we are engaged in national anti-ageism advocacy efforts via our forum www.whenim99.com and provide market research, consulting, development, and management services through our affiliate partner, GSI Research & Consulting. The key to our success is our people. Our workplace revolves around our Culture of Excellence embracing our Values of Integrity, Grace, Respect, Innovation and Partnership.

Transforming Age offers a highly competitive salary, comprehensive benefits which include medical, dental, voluntary vision, disability, life insurance, 403 (b) with company match, paid holidays, and a very generous paid-time off program.

Learn more about us at www.transformingage.org

Come join us and help us fulfill our vision to Transform the Perception of Age.
Open until filled

How to Apply: Apply on Career Site Transforming Age- VP of Philanthropy

July 27, 2018

Director of Human Services

Rockwood Retirement Communities of Spokane, promote independence, wellness, and lifelong vitality by providing housing and services to seniors, with commitment to excellence.

Job Description/Essential Duties:
Hands on responsibility to adminster all human resource functions including, hiring, training, retention, coaching, mentoring, termination, personnel records, legal compliance, compensation, benefits and long term staffing strategies.

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills: Master’s degree (M.A.) or equivalent; or four to ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. PHR/SPHR preferred

Additional Information: Rockwood Retirement Communities has two campuses and both referred to as “Life Plan Communities” that includes independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing, and memory care. RRC focuses on active living and planning.

Open Date 7/25/2018

How to Apply: Email cover letter and resume to Tarah Harrison @ Tarah@rockwoodretirement.org or click on the link included and fill out application https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1776041/Rockwood-Retirement-Communities-Application-for-Employment

July 27, 2018

Positions available

Kin On, of Seattle.

Director of Nursing Services (DNS)
Nursing Supervisor (Weekend)
Resident Care Manager
Registered Nurse (RN)
Nursing Assistant-Certified (all shifts)
Environmental (Campus Facilities) Manager

TO APPLY: Email cover letter and resume to Jean Wong, HR Manager at careers@kinon.org.

Kin On
4416 S Brandon Street, Seattle WA 98118
KinOn.org

July 18, 2018

Director of Admissions & Resident Relations

Franke Tobey Jones, a not for profit Continuing Care Retirement Community, is celebrating 90+ years in Tacoma as a leader in providing senior residential services, a supportive continuum of care, and innovative community outreach. Our mission is to enrich the quality of life for seniors in our community. If you choose to work for a CCRC that deeply cares about people, Franke Tobey Jones is the place to be. We are currently seeking a seasoned leader for our admissions/sales and resident relations services.
Reporting to the CEO, this position is responsible for the overall budgeted census (sales) of the entire campus, new resident coordination and assimilation, contracts and paperwork. This position coordinates and facilitates internal resident moves, strategizes marketing efforts to maximize census, manages a budget and supervises/oversees the concierge service and related position(s), reception supervisor and receptionists.

• Minimum Required Education: Bachelor’s degree in related field
• Minimum Required Experience: Five (5) plus years of sales and marketing experience in a leadership/management role, preferably in the Senior Housing industry.
• Physical Requirements: This position spends much of the day interacting with prospective residents, touring campus, following up on calls and both internal and prospective residents, referral sources, and staff, which requires excellent communication, vision, hearing and cognitive skills. Due to the nature of this job, this individual must be able to move freely throughout our buildings and community.

If this sounds like the place for you… check us out! Click here to apply on line OR Mail your resume and our application: Human Resources, Franke Tobey Jones, 5340 N. Bristol St, Tacoma, WA 98407. No phone calls please. EEOC, DFW

July 18, 2018

Director of Nursing Services

Keiro Northwest, of Seattle, WA. GET EXCITED!

Keiro Northwest (KNW) – Keiro Rehabilitation and Care Center (KRCC) is seeking a dynamic and passionate clinician to lead its Nursing Team!
KNW is a small Seattle based non-profit healthcare organization with involvement in all areas of post-acute care, from home health to skilled nursing. KRCC is a 125 bed long-term care and skilled nursing center. We are seeking a Director of Nursing Services.
The candidate has a drive to be part of something “more”, process the unmistakable qualities of a leader, and the ability to “lead” without a thought.
In return, the candidate will receive top compensation, the independence every leader desires, and the opportunity to make immediate impact to resident lives and long-term contributions to a one of a kind non-profit healthcare organization.

Reward Package:
• Value-based employee culture of Respect, Trust, Compassion, Quality of Life, and Family
• Employee recognition
• Professional development
• Competitive salaries
• Medical, vision, dental, life insurance benefits
• Flexible spending
• 403(b) retirement savings
• Responsible Paid Time Off

Open until filled!

How to Apply: Apply online here

July 18, 2018

Executive Director

The Hilltop House, of Seattle.

Open until August 15th

How to Apply – E-mail resume and letter to trustees@hilltophouse.org
or mail it to:
Hilltop House
Attn: Board of Trustees
1005 Terrace Street
Seattle, WA 98104

July 3, 2018

Executive Director

Heron’s Key, a brand New CCRC Community in picturesque Gig Harbor. Unique opportunity to be part of an exciting start-up community that opened in September 2017! Heron’s Key, sponsored by Emerald Communities, is a not-for-profit Life Plan Community situated on 18 acres in the Harbor Hill neighborhood of Gig Harbor, Wash. The Community provides a total of 194 independent living apartment and cottage homes, 36 Assisted Living suites, 45 private skilled nursing accommodations and gracious amenity spaces for energized and engaged residents.
This position will report to the President & CEO of Emerald Communities. For more information about Heron’s Keys’ campus and services, please visit the website at www.heronskey.org.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
• Bachelor degree with emphasis on health care administration, finance, business management or related areas preferred.
• Administrator’s license.
• Minimum five years’ experience in Life Plan Community administration required.
• Thorough understanding of federal, state & local laws affecting Heron’s Key. .

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
• Proven skills in planning, organization and delegation and finance required.
• Proven skills in effective oral and written communication with residents, families, and staff.
• Able to mentor, coach, guide, and lead staff members.
• Have skills to plan and implement short and long range strategic planning .
• Good judgment. Able to make sensible decisions.
• Professional demeanor tactful, responsive to resident and staff concerns, flexible.
• Active participation and leadership role in LeadingAge and LeadingAge Washington.

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Are you a dedicated and experienced Director or Nursing? Are you passionate about senior living and helping others? Penrose Harbor, located in the beautiful senior living community Heron’s Key, is looking for a Director of Nursing. We have 100% paid employee benefits, holidays and PTO. Come join an amazing team at this brand new state of the art facility!

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Director of Nursing Services (DNS) plans, organizes, develops and directs Heron’s Key’s nursing care in accordance with current federal, state and local standards, guidelines, and regulations to ensure that the highest degree of quality care for residents is maintained at all times.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
• Current unencumbered Washington RN license required.
• Five years’ experience in a long term care facility.
• Three years supervisory experience.
• Current CPR and First Aid certification required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
• Complete understanding and knowledge of nursing, medical practices and procedures as well as federal and state regulations and guidelines pertaining to skilled long-term care and assisted living.
• Ability to make independent decisions.
• Ability to interpret, plan, develop and organize the Nursing Services program and goals.
• Ability to supervise and lead assigned staff to meet goals and expectations.
• Patience, poise and dignity in an emergency or crisis situation.
• Ability to be professional at all times.
• Able to relate to and work with a diverse population.
• Initiative and creativity.
• Strong time management skills with ability to delegate tasks and projects.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality.
• Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and a comfort with technology.
• Excellent English communications skills, both verbal and written.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AS MANAGER:
1. Completes all annual staff performance appraisal forms, directly or through subordinates; delivers to Human Resources by due date. Meets with staff members on an ongoing and continual basis to review performance and provide feedback, guidance and instruction needed.
2. Selects candidates, trains, assigns and supervises staff, directly or through subordinates. Ongoing evaluation of performance of staff, initiates disciplinary action and consults with Human Resources regarding employee issues.
3. Plans for and recommends space, staffing, training and equipment needed to meet resident needs and /or to provide other services. Needs are demonstrated by budget, goals and objectives, reports and other departmental records.
4. Prepares annual budget to provide appropriate level of care and establish financial goals. Justifies assumptions used in compilation.
5. Participates in applicable committees and meetings as required.
6. Completes required in-services.
7. Responds to internal and external communication timely and appropriately utilizing customer service approach.
8. Promotes a teamwork mentality throughout all aspects of position.
9. Communication and support of campus wide initiatives and goals to staff level to ensure all employees are aware of the organization’s overall goals and objectives.
10. Develops & implements departmental policies & procedures.
11. Supports employee Safety programs and initiatives, ensuring no lost time caused by work related injuries.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Plans, develops, organizes, implements, evaluates and directs all nursing services in accordance with current rules, regulations, and guidelines that govern Heron’s Key.
2. Identifies resident care needs and provides assistance within the scope of the residential health services program to meet those needs.
3. Maintains positive interpersonal relationships with residents, families, physicians, medical services and hospitals.
4. Identifies and implements effective shift to shift communication systems and alert charting.
5. Develops methods for coordinating nursing services with other resident services to ensure continuity of the residents’ total regimen of care.
6. Performs administrative duties such as completing medical forms, reports, evaluations, studies, charting, etc.
7. Manages incident investigations and compliance with reporting log.
8. Reviews reference material, i.e., PDR’s federal and state regulations, etc., filed at nurses’ work centers to ensure the information is available and current. Updates materials as required.
9. Participates in the development, maintenance and implementation of the quality assurance program for nursing services.
10. Participates in surveys with authorized governmental agencies.
11. Participates in 24 hour on-call nurse management rotation.
12. Encourages residents to participate in the development and review of his/her plan of care. Reviews clinical alternatives with residents and their families.
13. Reviews the written plan of care for each resident to include identifying the problems/needs of the resident, indicates the care to be given, goals to be accomplished, and which professional service is responsible for each element of care.
14. Reviews nurses’ notes to determine if the care plan is being followed.
15. Attends care conferences and assists with discharge planning to the appropriate level of care.
16. Provides liaison with primary care provider in the event of an episodic illness; assists in coordinating services provided by primary care provider.

Working Conditions
• Exposure to bloodborne pathogens: Level I.
• Works in a temperature controlled office and throughout the nursing service area.
• Subject to frequent interruptions.
• Subject to hostile and emotionally upset residents, family members, personnel, and visitors.
• Regular, predictable, and dependable attendance.
• Works beyond long hours and on weekends and holidays as needs require.
• Subject to falls, burns from equipment, odors, etc. throughout the workday.
• On call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

If you meet these requirements for the above positions and want to be an essential member of the Heron’s Key team, please send your resume to humanresources@emeraldeights.com or fax to 425-558-9565.

July 3, 2018

Clinical Recruiter

Wesley Des Moines, is a faith-based organization providing retirement communities and a network of services offering a continuum of care. With love and joy, we are called to meet the physical, social and spiritual needs of those we serve.

Job Description/Essential Duties:
It’s an exciting time to work at Wesley! If you are an experienced Clinical Recruiter seeking an opportunity to join a growing organization and make a significant impact we would love to hear from you!!

The Clinical Recruiter is a new position at Wesley and is a member of the Corporate HR Team. The role reports to the VP of Human Resources and works closely with HR and division leaders to design, develop and implement effective recruiting strategies focused on paraprofessionals, professional clinical staff and clinical management to support Wesley’s strategic goals. The Clinical Recruiter is responsible for building a network of partnerships with academic and training organizations to enable clinical internships for students and employment opportunities.

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills: Education Background
o Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or Business Administration required.

Licensure, Registration, Certification
o PHR or SHRM CP preferred

Work Experience
o Two years of full-cycle recruiting experience required.
o Healthcare (RN, LPN, CNA) recruiting experience preferred.
o Knowledge of staffing systems and tools
o Experience in candidate sourcing solutions

Special Training/Skills
o Knowledge of legal employment practices
o Advanced training in talent acquisition techniques
o Advanced MS Office skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
o Superior written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
o Ability to sell Wesley as an Employer of Choice
o Professional, organized, detail-oriented and resident/customer service oriented.
o Ability to appropriately handle confidential information and maintain confidences.
o Ability to support the organization’s mission, vision and values.

Physical Demands
o Travel up to 30% is required

This is a Fulltime exempt position with eligibility to participate in Wesley’s’ competitive benefits package that includes PTO, Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and a 403B Retirement Plan.

Open until filled.

How to Apply: Please visit us at link
Online applications only please.

July 3, 2018

RN Clinical Educator

Wesley Des Moines, is a faith-based organization providing retirement communities and a network of services offering a continuum of care. With love and joy, we are called to meet the physical, social and spiritual needs of those we serve.

The RN Clinical Educator may perform nursing care as assigned to meet individualized resident needs. The RN Clinical Educator follows policies and procedures, and establishes standards based on the scope of practical nursing, under the direction/delegation of the Director of Nursing Services.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
1. Design, develop and implement nursing orientation for new-hires. Training includes, but is not limited to CPR, First Aid, Orientation and Infection Control.
2. Design, develop and implement timely and effective ongoing in-service training program for DM Clinical staff and clinical compliance training for staff across Wesley.
3. Serve as Program Director for Wesley CNA Training school providing education, overseeing guest lecturers and managing students in skills labs and clinicals.
4. Administers and immunizations and TBs for staff and residents.
5. Review applications, interview and make a determination on hiring qualified Certified Nursing Assistants.
6. Assess patients in hospitals and work with Health Center Admissions Coordinator on referrals and marketing.
7. Counsel employees on performance issues and/or policy violations and follow up with written disciplinary action when applicable.
8. Assess, evaluate and perform appropriate level of care to help treat a resident’s wound.
9. Assist residents and family members with concern, empathy; respect their confidentiality and privacy and communicate with them in a courteous and respectful manner.
10. Assist Director of Nursing and VP of Human Resources with policy and procedure development.
11. Act as a backup to the Director of Nursing and Assistant Director of Nursing when they are out of the office.
12. Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS

Education Background
• 2 year college degree in Nursing required. BSN preferred.
• Adult Education theory or equivalent.
• Licensure, Registration, Certification
o RN License – WA State
o CPR Certification
o First Aid Certification

Special Training/Skills
o Working knowledge of WA State nurse practice laws and state and federal regulations governing long term care.
o One year experience teaching adults or Adult Education course of study certificate
o Computer skills to include MS Products (Word, Excel, Outlook).
o Ability to read, write, and communicate with employees, residents, and the general public using the English language.

Work Experience
o Prior experience working in a long term care facility.
o Experience developing and delivering nursing training sessions.
o Interviewing experience.

Physical Demands
o Ability to stand/walk 3-4 hours per day.
o Ability to bend, stoop and squat frequently for resident care and assessment.
o Ability to sit for periods of time for assisting residents with meals, charting, phone consulting and computer data entry.
o Ability to lift up to 50lbs and push/pull a med cart.

INFECTIOUS RISK CATEGORY
HIGH RISK: Likely to have frequent occupational exposure with patient’s blood or other body fluids. May require protective equipment to be worn during some aspects of direct patient care.

Additional Information: This is a Fulltime exempt position with eligibility to participate in Wesley’s’ competitive benefits package that includes PTO, Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and a 403B Retirement Plan. Open until filled.

How to Apply: Please visit us at link.
Online applications only please.

July 3, 2018

LPN Charge Nurse

The Hearthstone, is a Life Plan Community dedicated to adults age 62 plus, promoting independence, optimum health, security, purpose and belonging in life, through Christian love and values in a caring environment. We provide independent living at its most independent, balanced with the finest companionship and care available in any Life Plan Community in the entire Seattle area.

Job Description/Essential Duties: The Charge Nurse is responsible for ensuring quality of life and care for all residents in assigned area in the Skilled Nursing department. Charge Nurses participate in assessment, problem solving, and decision making in conjunction with the interdisciplinary team. They administer prescribed medications and treatments to residents in assigned area. In addition, they supervise Certified Nursing Assistants and complete assigned documentation

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills: The successful candidate has a current State of Washington LPN License in good standing and a minimum of 1 or more years of experience in a long-term care facility. Supervisory experience preferred. Strong communication and interpersonal skills and good computer skills are required including the ability to effectively utilize basic software and email. Candidates must be able to successfully manage and supervise staff.

Open until filled.

How to Apply: In order to learn more about this position, and to directly apply online, please click here

Online Applications only.

May 15, 2018

Activities Coordinator

Covenant Shores, of Mercer Island, is seeking a full-time Activities Coordinator to plan, coordinate and implement a full life enrichment program and volunteer program in our Skilled Nursing Facility.

In this role you will:
• Ensure that an ongoing program of Life Enrichment activities is in place that addresses the physical, mental, psychosocial and spiritual well-being needs of each resident in Skilled Nursing in compliance with state and Federal regulations.
• Provide activities meaningful to the residents at various times throughout every day and evening based on residents’ needs and preferences.
• Complete resident assessments and maintain resident health records.
• Integrate a Life Enrichment program and activity plan with the interdisciplinary patient care plan for each resident.
• Observe residents’ conditions, including mental state, general well-being and changes in physical condition, and report to supervisor and other staff as appropriate.
• Transport residents to and from programs and activities; Accompany residents on outside trips and activities.

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills:
• Some combination of the following:
• Certification or eligibility for certification as a Therapeutic Recreation Specialist or Activities Professional; or
• Two years of experience in a social or recreational program within the last five years, one of which was full-time in a patient activities program in a health care setting; or
• Certification as an Occupational Therapist or Occupational Therapy Assistant.
• Excellent computer skills, including Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint and Outlook.
• Excellent English communication skills (verbal and written) and ability to communicate effectively with residents, family members, staff and the community.
• Strong organizational, planning and follow-through skills.
• Compassion for seniors, and ability to understand the needs of the aging adult.
• Ability to meet applicable State and Federal requirements.

Other requirements:
• Must pass pre-hire background check and drug screen.
• CPR/First Aid Certification required.
• Valid driver’s license and an acceptable driving record.
• Availability on some weekends and holidays, or on days and shifts other than those for which hired.

Why Covenant Shores?

• Competitive wages
• Excellent benefit package for full-time, including medical, dental, Rx and vision insurance; Retirement plan with an employer match; Free group term life and disability coverage; Paid time off; Paid holidays; Educational assistance
• Opportunity to develop ongoing relationships with our wonderful senior residents
• Respectful, friendly work environment where your commitment to providing superior service will be recognized
• Beautiful garden setting on the shores of Lake Washington
• Generous Orca card (transit) subsidy
• On-site Fitness Center
• Employee Assistance Program
• Free Starbucks Coffee!

Covenant Shores is a Continuing Care Retirement Community, part of Covenant Retirement Communities, a nationwide network of 14 not-for-profit campuses in eight states. We are committed to providing joy and peace of mind. Our ‘Inspired to Serve’ customer service standards will provide you with coaching and recognition to help you give exceptional care and support to our senior residents. We welcome and value people with different backgrounds, beliefs and viewpoints. Covenant Retirement Communities is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

We are centrally located on Mercer Island just off I-90, and offer shuttle service to the campus from two Park-and-Ride locations on the island. For more information about Covenant Retirement Communities, visit www.covenantretirement.org Join us if you share our dedication to service and professional excellence!

Close Date: 6/1/2018

How to Apply: send resume, or apply using this link

April 19, 2018

Staff Development/Infection Control RN

Warm Beach, a Continuing Care Retirement Center, Stanwood, WA.

Job Description/Essential Duties: The Staff Development/Infection Control/Wound care nurse is responsible for staff training, coaching and evaluation of nursing assessment skills, compliant with state and federal regulatory requirements. Performs wound/infection control rounds with adherence to regulatory requirements.

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills:
Graduate of an approved school of nursing.
Current registration in this state.
Has experience in LTC as a Registered nurse with management or supervisor experience.
Good mental and physical health, sound judgment and high moral standards, and a sincere desire to work with the aged and those with limited capacity for self-care.
Patience and compassion essential.
Ability to manage and supervise a nursing unit.
Interest and ability in teaching others and assisting them in their skills.
Capacity to grasp new theories and principles and put them into effect.
Ability to make independent decisions.
Infection control/wound care experience

Open til filled.
How to Apply: Please visit our website at www.warmbeach.org/employment and complete the online application

April 19, 2018

RN/Dept Head

St Andrew’s Place Assisted Living, of Port Angeles, is a nice size assisted living – 40 apartments – which gives us an opportunity to actually know our residents. It is a goal of St. Andrew’s Place to encourage an active lifestyle for our residents while providing the reassurance that their health and safety needs are being monitored.

Job Description/Essential Duties:
St. Andrew’s Place Assisted Living has an opening for a RN/ Department Head. This is a hands-on position. Salary exempt ~ full time position ~ excellent pay. Benefits include 100% paid medical/dental insurance, vacation, sick leave, holiday, and personal day.
Normal shift is Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm or 8:30am to 5:00pm.
We are seeking a RN with a genuine desire to care for others and who strive to make a positive difference in the lives of those we care for. Our staff is team oriented and dedicated to providing the best quality of life possible for our residents.

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills:
• WA State RN license and CPR/First Aid certification required.
• Prefer 2 or more years of experience working in long term care
Additional Requirements:
• Must be healthy and physically fit to be able to assist in lifting people
• Computer literate
• Pass a drug (including marijuana) and criminal background check
• A good sense of humor
• Enthusiastic
• Patience
• Will be required to share on-call responsibilities
• You must be a team player and willing to “roll-up-your-sleeves” to get the job down.

How to Apply:
Please send resume to Laura Dodd at standrew@olypen.com or Beverly Maine at erc-ceo@donobi.net OR stop by St. Andrew’s Place and fill out an application.
Our address is 520 E. Park Avenue, Port Angeles, WA 98362

April 17, 2018

Administrator

Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace, St. Mary-on-the-Lake (Long-Term Care/Assisted/Retirement), in Bellevue, WA
A community of vowed Roman Catholic women religious (Catholic Sisters).

Job Description/Essential Duties: The Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace, a community of vowed Roman Catholic women religious (Catholic Sisters), seeks a compassionate and dedicated administrator for St. Mary-on-the-Lake in Bellevue, Washington. The Administrator is responsible for the overall leadership, management and administration of St. Mary-on-the-Lake to ensure quality care for the Sister residents and provide hospitality in an environment which embodies the mission and spirit of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace.
St. Mary-on-the-Lake is a multi-purpose complex made up the local resident community (including health/wellness), gathering place and region home for the sisters, regional office for the sisters, and a spirituality center.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Provides oversight direction for overall management and administration of St. Mary-on-the-Lake complex, a private facility providing long term care, assisted and retirement living for 20-30 Sisters.
• Assures compliance with all applicable legal, risk, and regulatory requirements and a professional standard of care and leadership in keeping with the mission and spirit of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace.
• Prepares and monitors an annual budget in cooperation with finance director.
• Supervises and serves as resource to those managing various departments and services—nursing, dietary, housekeeping, and facilities. Provides appropriate support, challenge, affirmation and performance appraisals.
• Ensures that consistent and equitable human resource practices are observed in accordance with Congregation policies and federal and state law. Oversees recruitment, selection and training of competent employees and volunteers.
• Develops a collaborative team approach, encourages development of leadership capabilities of department directors and acts as a unifier.
• Implements systems that support communication among all levels of staff.
• Promotes a relational model that strives to promote quality person centered care and nourishes an atmosphere of warmth, safety, a calm environment, and hospitality for all visitors.
• Collaborates with pastoral/community life coordinator to facilitaite a spirit of community among the Sisters living at St. Mary-on-the-Lake; to ensure that all services are provided in a manner that supports quality of life for Sister residents and maintains an optimal level of physical, mental, spiritual, and social status; and to provide environment and opportunities for prayer, liturgy, and other spiritual needs for the Sisters.
• Collaborates with Nurse Manager in meeting the health/wellness needs of Sister residents.
• Manages the St. Mary-on-the-Lake complex as a center of hospitality for sisters and guests to set the tone and foster a spirit of welcome.
• Sets up sustainable systems and staff resources to facilitate the transition from Sister-led to lay administration of St. Mary-on-the-Lake complex in ways that embody the mission and spirit of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace.
• Maintains positive public relations with all community services.
• Organizes and updates emergency procedures and practice drills.
• Maintains regular communication with Congregation Leadership for support, direction, planning, accountability, and whatever else is needed to fulfill role.
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• Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills: Bachelor’s degree in administration, human services or related field. Master’s degree in management, business administration, health care administration, or social work preferred.
• Certification in the field of Gerontology.
• Successful experience in administration and health care. Experience in a professional administrative role or leadership position in long-term care and/or assisted retirement living preferred.
• Ability to relate to an elder population with a diversity of personalities. Experience in working with dementia and other mental challenges of older adults preferred.
• Commitment to learn about vowed life in the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace: its mission, history, and values. Experience in a religious congregation’s retirement facility preferred.
• Ability to gather and form community and foster a spirit of welcome and hospitality.
• Must have an understanding of budgeting, financial record keeping, appropriate State and Federal regulations, operational systems and procedures, and human resources policies and procedures.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal relationship skills, including accompaniment, supervision, listening, conflict resolution, and dialogue to promote harmony and cooperation.
• Comfortable being a leader and working as part of a team, ability to make independent decisions and establish and rearrange priorities, and ability to live with ambiguity.
• Ability to motivate and encourage professional growth and development, develop and implement planning procedures, and develop a collaborative team approach.
• Ability to see the big picture and help people put the pieces together for the common good.

Open Date / Close Date: April 12, 2018/April 27, 2018

How to Apply: Apply Online – application link on our website http://csjp.org/news/2018/04/12/job-announcement-smol-administrator/
Name and contact information of person to whom resumes shall be sent (including E-mail and Phone): Sister Susan Francois, csjphumanresources@gmail.com

March 22, 2018

Clinical Recruiter

Wesley Homes, of Des Moines, is a faith-based organization providing retirement communities and a network of services offering a continuum of care. With love and joy, we are called to meet the physical, social and spiritual needs of those we serve.

Job Description/Essential Duties: It’s an exciting time to work at Wesley! If you are an experienced Clinical Recruiter seeking an opportunity to join a growing organization and make a significant impact we would love to hear from you!!

The Clinical Recruiter is a new position at Wesley and is a member of the Corporate HR Team. The role reports to the VP of Human Resources and works closely with HR and division leaders to design, develop and implement effective recruiting strategies focused on paraprofessionals, professional clinical staff and clinical management to support Wesley’s strategic goals. The Clinical Recruiter is responsible for building a network of partnerships with academic and training organizations to enable clinical internships for students and employment opportunities.

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills:
o Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or Business Administration required.

Licensure, Registration, Certification
o PHR or SHRM CP preferred

Work Experience
o Two years of full-cycle recruiting experience required.
o Healthcare (RN, LPN, CNA) recruiting experience preferred.
o Knowledge of staffing systems and tools
o Experience in candidate sourcing solutions

Special Training/Skills
o Knowledge of legal employment practices
o Advanced training in talent acquisition techniques
o Advanced MS Office skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
o Superior written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
o Ability to sell Wesley as an Employer of Choice
o Professional, organized, detail-oriented and resident/customer service oriented.
o Ability to appropriately handle confidential information and maintain confidences.
o Ability to support the organization’s mission, vision and values.

Physical Demands
o Travel up to 30% is required

Additional Information: This is a Full-time exempt position with eligibility to participate in Wesley’s’ competitive benefits package that includes PTO, Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and a 403B Retirement Plan.

Open until filled!  How to Apply: Please visit us at http://wesleychoice.org/careers/

March 22, 2018

Certified Nursing Assistant

Wesley Homes Health Center, a non-profit, continuing care retirement community in Des Moines, Washington, has a wonderful opportunity for full time Certified Nursing Assistants for our 148 bed Skilled Nursing Center which provides Transitional, Sub Acute and Long Term Care. We have full time openings with a rotation of four days on, two days off.

The Certified Nursing Assistant provides various care activities and related services as necessary in caring for the personal needs and comfort of the residents to attain and/or maintain the resident’s highest level of function. Responsible for the delivery of resident care including but not limited to; baths, personal hygiene, grooming, feeding in a dignified manner. Provide care and services as directed by the residents’ plan of care.

Job Description/Essential Duties: Resident care duties to include, personal care and hygiene, bathing, showering, incontinent care, foley catheter care and feeding residents as per residents plan of care. Empties drainage collection devices and completes and reports output to the Nursing Team Leader. Provide assistance for residents to and from the bathroom using appropriate transfer techniques as per plan of care. Provides oral care and denture care as indicated per facility guidelines and as directed.
Assures residents are turned and repositioned in bed and up in the chair as per facility guidelines. Assures residents heels are elevated as directed.
Answer call lights in a timely and provide assistance for the resident as indicated. Report to the Nursing Team Leader any requests that require a licensed nurse response.
Demonstrates the ability to obtain and record resident’s temperature, pulse, respiration, weight, intake/output as directed by the Nursing Team leader. Reports the outcomes to the Nursing Team Leader in a timely manner as assigned.
Assists with housekeeping duties to maintain clean drawers, closets and room to include organizing personal hygiene items. Maintains a neat orderly and clutter free environment.
Cleans personal equipment (wheelchairs, walkers) as needed.
Document care provided to the resident in Point-Click-Care tracking system.
Assist residents to and from activities and may assist in the actual activity program as needed.
Prepares residents room for admission. Responsible to orient the resident to the room, call light and provide necessary supplies. Completes additional admission tasks as directed.

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills:

  • High school diploma or equivalent.CPR Certification
  • First Aid Certification
  • Food Handlers Permit – WA State
  • Prior SNF experience.
  • Prior work functioning as an NAC.
  • Ability to give direct patient care, including participating in lifting, transferring, positioning, and assistance of resident with walking or in wheelchairs.
  • Able to lift 50lbs on a regular basis.
  • Ability to use a computer keyboard or touch screen to document resident records.
  • Able to provide 2 positive professional references.
  • Able to pass drug screen, DSHS & WSP background inquiries.

Open until filled!  How to Apply: Please visit us at http://wesleychoice.org/careers/

March 22, 2018

RNs and LPNs & RN Resident Care Manager

Wesley Homes, Des Moines.

Job Description/Essential Duties: Knowledge of State and Federal regulations governing long term care facilities is essential for the maintenance of nursing objectives, standards of nursing practice, nursing policy and the coordination of nursing services with other resident services.

  • Responsible for the timely and accurate completion of all state and federally required paperwork. P
  • Promotes harmonious relationships among nursing personnel, residents, families, and other disciplines, and keeps Nursing Administration apprised of all problems occurring on her/his assigned unit while supporting and enforcing Wesley Homes Health Center’s policies and procedures.
  • Assists in developing, implementing and coordinating Resident care plans, goals and approaches of each resident with the interdisciplinary team of the assigned unit.
  • Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills: 
  • Registered Nursing (RN) license or LPN for Washington State required.
  • 1 year of supervisory experience required.
  • 6 months experience as an RN in a skilled nursing facility preferred.
  • MDS Training required.
  • Knowledge of WAC laws for Nursing Home preferred.
  • Current CPR, First Aid and Food Handlers certification required.
  • Able to embrace Wesley Homes’ mission, vision and values.

_____________________________________________________________________________________________
RN Resident Care Manager

Job Description/Essential Duties:
The Resident Care Manager is responsible for the direct 24 hour supervision of the licensed staff and resident assistants and all nursing care activities of their assigned unit.  Knowledge of State and Federal regulations governing long term care facilities is essential for the maintenance of nursing objectives, standards of nursing practice, nursing policy and the coordination of nursing services with other resident services.
The Resident Care Manager is responsible for the timely and accurate completion of all state and federally required paperwork.  This individual promotes harmonious relationships among nursing personnel, residents, families, and other disciplines, and keeps Nursing Administration apprised of all problems occurring on her/his assigned unit while supporting and enforcing Wesley Homes Health Center’s policies and procedures.  In the absence of the Campus Administrator, Director of Nursing Services or other designated staff person, the Resident Care Manager assumes total responsibility for the facility and other departments.
Assists in developing, implementing and coordinating Resident care plans, goals and approaches of each resident with the interdisciplinary team of the assigned unit.  Assists in developing, implementing and coordinating Resident care plans, goals and approaches of each resident with the interdisciplinary team of the assigned unit.

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills:

  • Registered Nursing (RN) license for Washington State preferred, LPN may be considered.
  • Experience as a RCM in a skilled nursing facility preferred
  • Knowledge of WAC laws for Nursing Home preferred
  • Current CPR card required
  • Able to provide 3 positive professional licenses required
  • Able to pass drug screen, DSHS & WSP background inquiries required
  • Able to embrace” Wesley Homes” mission, vision and values.
    ____________________________________________________________________________

Open until filled

How to Apply: https://usr53.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/wesley/JobApplication?postingid=98

January 9, 2018

RN and PRN

Heron’s Key, a CCRC, located in Gig Harbor, WA

Job Description/Essential Duties:

The Licensed Nurse is responsible for managing resident-directed health services and supervising the day- to-day resident clinical needs during assigned shift.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AS A LICENSED NURSE:
1. Practices high standards of nursing care and implement the policies and procedures of the nursing department.
2. Provides resident directed services that honor individual lifestyles and preferences. Promotes that Penrose Harbor is home for the resident.
3. Consults with attending physicians for treatments, medications, rehabilitation, etc.
4. Notifies attending physicians, family members and members of the neighborhood team when there is a change in the resident’s condition.
5. Completes medication and treatment passes in accordance with state regulation and facility policy.
6. Completes medical forms, reports, evaluations, studies and chartings.
7. Provides leadership with coaching and mentoring to the neighborhood team. Provides supervision for NACs’ daily tasks and routine care of residents.
8. Assists nursing assistant staff in providing direct care when needed. Actively assists nursing assistants answer resident initiated call light service requests.
9. Creates and maintains an atmosphere of personal interest and a positive emphasis on a calm environment throughout all neighborhoods.
10. Participates in creating an environment in the neighborhood where residents have ongoing opportunities to participate in individualized and purposeful activities, resembling their previous home environment, lifestyle and customary daily routine.
11. Provides and receives report on residents’ condition and status and at shift change.
12. Actively participates in care conferences, neighborhood team meetings, nurses’ meetings, and others as required.
13. Initiates and retains the residents’ clinical records in accordance with facility procedures.
14. Makes informative entries in the progress notes that reflect the care provided, and the resident’s response to that care and the acceptance of plan from DPOA/Surrogate Decision Maker.
15. Greets newly admitted residents upon admission, orients new residents and their families to the facility.
16. Meets and interacts with residents and/or family members.
17. Acts as emergency responder with AED and emergency supplies for community wide needs.
18. Manages resident emergencies, assessments of resident conditions and completion of quality assurance reports.
19. Completes requirements to proper admission, transfer and discharge of residents.
20. Reviews and completes incident/accident reports and conducts investigations as required.
21. Follows established safety and infection control policies and procedures.
22. Participates in the facility infection control program for monitoring communicable and/or infectious disease among residents and staff.
23. Participates in procedures for reporting hazardous conditions or equipment.
24. Ensures that all resident care equipment is used and operated in a safe manner.
25. Reports all malfunctioning equipment/safety hazards immediately to facilities.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AS A LICENSED NURSE IN ASSISTED LIVING
1. Complies with all Washington Boarding Home rules and regulations.
2. Establishes with Neighborhood Team a resident-directed Negotiated Service Agreement (NSA) with DPOA notification, for each resident and ensure all changes are communicated.
3. Revises NSA to ensure they are current and that appropriate care is delivered.
4. Ensures that all members of neighborhood team are aware of the content of the NSA and that their care reflects the approaches outlined in the plan.
5. Assumes responsibility for the Resident Initial Assessment and NSA in accordance with State regulations and facility policies and procedures.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AS A LICENSED NURSE IN THE SKILLED NURSING FACILITY
1. Complies with all federal and state rules and regulations.
2. Establishes with Neighborhood Team a resident-directed plan of care with DPOA notification, for each resident and ensures all changes are communicated.
3. Revises plan of care to ensure they are current and that appropriate care is delivered.
4. Ensures that all members of neighborhood team are aware of the content of the plan of care and that their care reflects the approaches outlined in the plan.
5. Assumes responsibility for the Resident Initial Assessment and Plan of Care in accordance with federal and state regulations and facility policies and procedures.
6. Monitors dining room meals to ensure proper diets are delivered and meals are consumed safely.
7. Collaborates and cooperates with the MDS Coordinator.
8. Conducts resident’s initial assessment upon admission utilizing Resident Assessment Instrument process, including the development of the MDS, resident assessment protocols, care plan and Care Delivery Flow Sheets in accordance with federal and state regulations and facility policy.
9. Ensures that work areas and residents’ rooms are maintained in a safe and sanitary manner.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
• Willing to seek out new methods and principles, incorporating them into existing nursing practices.
• Regular, dependable and reliable attendance.
• Evidence of basic leadership skills and supervision.

Salary: 27.00-35.00 per hour to start * Open til filled

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to staceys@heronskey.org

December 31, 2017

Director of Nursing Services WITH $10,000 Hiring Bonus

Parkshore, a Transforming Age community, is a lakefront retirement community located in Seattle’s picturesque Madison park neighborhood. We emphasize serving others, team work, dedication to hospitality and customer service, vigorous innovation and integrity in everything we do.

The Director of Nursing Services is accountable for the nursing practices for Health Center, Assisted Living and Memory Support residents. Directs and manages the delivery of health care services to meet the needs of the Health Services residents. Directs the nursing program and manages department operations.

Principle Responsibilities:
• Meets regularly with the Health Services Director/Executive Director to establish direction and priorities.
• Participates in strategic planning and standard setting. Creates an annual work plan and budget for the department. Assesses the needs of the department annually.
• Develops the first draft of the budget. Manages the budget. Monitors labor revenues, expenses, purchases, and inventories for healthcare.
• Insures that safety, environmental, and risk management requirements are met and maintained.
• Schedules projected performance reviews for the year, projected in-service topics / dates, and projected dates to write resident care plans.
• Oversees resident care. Monitors for quality and resident satisfaction.
• Assists in providing Health Care services as necessary.
• Monitors that staff have valid and current degrees, licenses, and certificates.
• Responsible for hiring, terminating, and disciplining nursing staff, nursing assistant staff, social services staff, and other Health Center.
• Works with medical director to formulate and review resident care policies and procedures in compliance with state and federal regulations.
• Provides information and support to families of residents, responding to concerns and addressing special needs.
• Coordinates services of consultant providers including therapists, hospice, pharmacist, dentist, etc.
• Participates in the resident review process. Attends resident care conferences as needed.
• Oversees care plan process, assures proper charting according to federal and state regulations.
• Investigates incidents and reports to the Health Services Director/Executive Director and DSHS as needed and prepares plan of correction.
• Oversees preparation for annual state survey.
• Communicates with medical director concerning resident-care problems, health trends of individual residents and other medically related matters, and implements recommendations to ensure maintenance of residents’ health.
• Assists in the coordination of resident inter-facility transfers and hospitalizations.
• Advises family members, administration, and other appropriate parties of significant changes in health of residents.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Requirements:
Directly supervises a staff of approximately 40 employees. Can be responsible for supervising more than 25 and seldom over 50 people. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems

Education/Experience/Knowledge/Specialized Training Required:

Must be a Registered Nurse in the State of Washington. Minimum of five years’ experience and two years recent experience in Geriatrics. Must have successful previous management experience, and must be able to perform a vital leadership role in directing the delivery of health care services for residents. Must be willing to work as a member of a team with other departments, staff, residents, families, government agencies, and other professionals and outside organizations. Must have proven leadership and administrative skills with a professional demeanor, speaking and writing abilities.

For full job description and to learn more about Parkshore visit www.parkshore.org.

To apply,
submit resume and cover letter to rmiranda@parkshore.org.

UPDATED June 2018

Positions available

Emerald Heights, a member of Emerald Communities, is a highly successful retirement community in Redmond, WA. We know what it takes to create remarkable retirement experiences and have been the choice of thousands of seniors seeking a self-driven lifestyle with value, stability, health care and true independence.

  • Emerald Heights is Hiring! We currently have the following positions available:
    NAC
    1 PT Night (NOC)
    1 FT Night (NOC)
    3 FT Days
    2 FT Evening
    On-Call NAC’s
    1 FT Assisted Living Days
    Nurses
    2 FT Night (NOC) shift RN’s
    On-call Nurses
    1 FT RN Assisted Living Days
    1 PT RN Assisted Living Weekend (Every Other weekend) Days

Please go to www.emeraldheights.com to apply!

Full-time (30+ hours) Employees are entitled to 8 hours of paid holidays and Part-Time (21-29 hours) are entitled to 4 hours of paid holidays. New Year’s Day *** Independence Day *** Labor Day Memorial Day *** Thanksgiving Day *** Christmas Day

Other benefits include but are not limited to:

Paid Time Off (PTO)
Insurance Benefits for Full-Time employees
Free meal each shift
Use of the Fitness Center
Free Parking
Recognition Program

Salary: Depends on Experience.  Close Date: Positions open until filled
Apply at www.emeraldheights.com

June, 2018 – UPDATED!

CRISTA Positions – ALL Locations

To access open positions go to the following website: CRISTA Employment

Question? Contact….Wonda Veronica Emmert, HR Recruiting Officer
CRISTA Ministries
19303 Fremont Avenue N., Seattle, WA 98133
P: (206) 289-7983 – E: wemmert@crista.net – www.crista.org

 

This is a complimentary service for LeadingAge members!  Please complete and return to info@leadingagewa.org You can expect the posting to be processed within 7 days of receipt of completed form. Posting Form    

$75.00 for non-members (monthly and non- refundable). To process payment  link here.  You will receive an email confirmation with directions to process your job posting.

For questions or updates, please email info@LeadingAgeWA.org 

Last updated July 3, 2018

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