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October 25, 2018

Campus Administrator

Wesley, Bradley Park of Puyallup. Wesley Homes 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.

The Campus Administrator is responsible for providing strategic direction and management oversight of the care, services, facilities and properties on the Bradley Park Puyallup Campus that include independent living, housing with services, a memory care unit and a future skilled nursing facility. The Campus Administrator is responsible for planning, budgeting, building community partnerships with healthcare providers, occupancy, new program development, technology implementation, compliance and staff development to ensure a continuously improving high quality of care and services for our residents.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
1. Ensure continuously improving, high quality, care and services for all residents.
2. Maintain positive resident relations.
3. Work with the Sales/Marketing department to maximize occupancies.
4. Ensure operations are in compliance with all federal, state, and local regulations as well as the Company’s policies and procedures.
5. Ensure that Wesley Homes Bradley Park employees are appropriately hired, oriented, trained, supervised and evaluated.
6. Promote an attitude of customer service, innovation, collaboration and teamwork amongst employees across the organization.
7. Prepare operating and capital budgets and ensure all departments operate within established budget guidelines.
8. Actively participate in development efforts (including project design, execution and licensure for a new skilled nursing facility, resident communications, community education and fundraising).
9. Actively evaluate additional/alternative products and services and make recommendations/implement, as appropriate.
10. Promote the campus and its services in the community.
11. Support and participate in community and industry organizations, as appropriate
12. Other projects and activities, as requested.

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS

Education Background
Four year college degree in Healthcare, Business Administration or related discipline
Master’s Degree preferred

Licensure, Registration, Certification
Must maintain a current Washington State Nursing Home Administrator’s license and a Memory Care Assisted Living license both active and in good standing.
Must be qualified by training and experience to carry out the above listed responsibilities.

Special Training/Skills
Must have the ability to work well with the CEO, Board members and other senior managers.
Must have strong analytical, risk assessment, strategic planning, leadership and communication skills

Work Experience
Must have successful experience administering a skilled nursing facility. In addition, prefer experience managing housing with services, memory care and new skilled nursing facility development.

Apply here! https://usr55.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/wesley/JobApplication?postingid=519

October 25, 2018

Line Cook (FT), Dining Servers (PT) (FT)

Northaven Senior Living, of Seattle. Near Northgate Mall.

Line Cook – Job Description/Essential Duties:
Central duties include maintaining an orderly line throughout service; keeping food and plates hot while serving attractive dishes in a timely fashion. Some dish cleaning and food prep included, along with other various duties assigned by managers.
Proper sanitation standards knowledge required.

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills:
Must be able to pass a DSHS background check and fingerprints.
Must be able to work in the USA.
Must have Washington State Food Handler’s Permit.
Must be able to communicate in English (verbal & written)
Previous experience required.

Full-Time and Part-Time Servers – Primary Responsibilities: Serving, bussing, setting and taking down dining tables. Other responsibilities include washing dishes, restocking snacks, keeping kitchen and dining up to cleaning and safety standards, and other tasks as directed by Manager.

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills:
·Good customer service skills, required.
· Ability to communicate in English (verbal and written), required.
· Current Food Handler Card (or ability to obtain upon hire), required.
· Previous experience as server, required.
· Ability to pass DSHS and State background check, required.

How to Apply: Resumes shall be sent (including E-mail and Phone): Lacey Lober- lober@northavenseniorliving.org

October 25, 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

Charge Nurse / Nursing Lead (LPN) – Full Time, Days
Cook – Full Time, Days
CNA – On Call, All Shifts
Executive Director – Full Time, Days
Facilities Director – Full Time, Days
Life Enrichment / Memory Care Activities Assistant – Full Time, Temporary, Days
LPN – On Call, All Shifts
Receptionist – On Call, Days and Evenings

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

October 25, 2018

Director of Human Resources

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 leader for our Human Resources and Payroll services.

Reporting to the President/CEO this position serves as an integral member of the senior management team. This position provides guidance and direction on strategic human resources programs and policies, employee and labor relations, payroll process oversight, benefits, employment policy & procedure and legal compliance.

• Minimum Required Education: Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management, Business Administration or related field.
• Minimum Required Experience: A least ten years of progressive experience in the field including payroll and hands-on employee and labor relations experience. (Experience in non-profit, healthcare and/or long- term care industry is preferred not required.)
• Minimum Required Skills and Abilities: Must have a broad and in-depth knowledge of human resource and payroll functions, administration of same and compliance expertise. Excellent problem-solving skills with the ability to deliver innovative solutions is required as well as excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Advanced ADP and Office 365 skills are required.
• Required Licenses/Certifications: SPHR/PHR preferred.

If this sounds like the place for you… check us out! Click here to apply on line https://www.franketobeyjones.com/join-our-team/current-opportunities/ 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

October 1, 2018

RNs and LPNs

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.

Open until filled

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

September 18, 2018

Resident Services/Life Enrichment Director

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 Resident Services promotes a healthy, enriching environment through management of resident services that include but are not limited to resident relations, management of the aging continuum with dignity. Individual oversees the provision of excellent resident services, resident relations, barber, beauty, massages services, and in-house TV services. Provides a comfortable link between family and residents in areas of physical, psychological, spiritual, and gerontological issues.

Principle Responsibilities:
• Organizes and facilitates resident leadership of the activities program for the independent residents.
• Assesses resident activity needs and wants. Contacts residents to participate in the activities and determine their needs and wants.
• Collaborates with Activity Coordinators for AL and HC regarding department activities.
• Develops and maintains contact with outside resources necessary for program.
• Publishes calendars of activity.
• Meets regularly with Resident associations committees. Monitors and facilitates transitions for current residents to appropriate living venues as necessary.
• Oversees the resident Wellness Program in IL.
• Applies knowledge of our unique business model to make recommendations and decisions, problem solve and strategically partner with the Cabinet, line staff and TransformingAge corporate offices.
• Performs outreach effort to maintain relationships with hospital and rehab center discharge planners/case managers.
• Participates, supports and assists in marketing functions.
• Facilitates resident satisfaction surveys.
• Coordinate scheduling, and support of the Resident Advisory Council.
• Develops budgets for assigned areas on an annual basis and manages departmental expenses and revenue accordingly. Monitors department budget throughout the year to ensure any variances are identified, rectified and justified as necessary.
• Develops an activity plan and budget for the year.
• Maintains complete and accurate files and records for the department. Processes reports, invoices, and paperwork.
• Serves as Cabinet Member. Assumes the role of Manager on Duty (MOD) when assigned.
• Participates in special projects required by community or corporate office.
• Coordinates the day to day functions of Beautician, Barber, and Massage Therapy personnel.
• Promote the Mission, Vision, and Values of Presbyterian Retirement Communities Northwest in all areas of responsibility.
• Other duties as assigned or may be necessary in an organization having overlapping roles and responsibilities.Required Skills/Knowledge/Abilities:
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work with staff and external constituents.Education and/or Equivalent Experience:
• 4-year college degree in Sociology, Psychology, Healthcare Administration, Gerontology and/or Business or a related field.
• Experience in a similar management role in an area that has a strong emphasis on gerontology (i.e.: social worker, nurse, healthcare administrator, psychologist) is desired.
• Strong managerial and leadership skills including the ability to think and act strategically.
• Knowledge of Federal and State laws regarding elder care and assisted living and subsequent compliance requirements.
• Excellent analytical and deductive reasoning skills. Excellent judgment and problem solving skills.
• Strong oral and written communication and platform speaking skills.
• Broad financial acumen. Ability to develop, analyze and manage departmental budgets.
• Excellent communication and listening skills, enthusiastic, resourceful, organized and possesses strong personal awareness of nonverbal communication.
• Demonstrated project management skills.
• Knowledge, understanding and demonstrated ability to deal with gerontological issues.
• Computer skills including proficiency in MS Office.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships within the community as well as corporate staff and employees at all levels.

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.

October 1, 2018

Certified Nursing Assistant

Wesley 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/

September 18, 2018

Chief Financial Officer

Eskaton, a not-for-profit organization located outside Sacramento, California, seeks an exceptional leader to serve as its next Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Eskaton is one of the most complex and successful organizations transforming the aging experience. With revenues, owned and managed, of $228 million, the organization had a 6.2 percent operating margin in FY 2017.

Eskaton has evolved from primarily an ownership-oriented model to be able to provide broader coverage and more choices to enhance the quality of life of seniors through innovative health, housing, and social services. In order to transform the aging experience, Eskaton is partnering with a variety of organizations to touch more lives in the northern California region – Carmichael, CA 95608

Job Description/Essential Duties: The CFO will have exceptional communication skills and the ability to effectively communicate with a broad array of audiences. Experience in public debt financing is a plus. While not required, an MBA or a CPA is an asset. Ten years’ experience in financial management with progressively increasing responsibility and a minimum of five years’ experience as a CFO, controller, or Finance Director in a complex organization is required.

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills: Masters

Resumes shall be sent (including E-mail and Phone) Lisa DeSimone lisad@wittkieffer.com
Link to the ad: http://www.wittkieffer.com/position/chief-financial-officer/eskaton/14228

September 18, 2018

Admission’s Coordinator

Sea Mar’s Cannon House, an assisted living facility located in Seattle’s Central District. The mission of Cannon House is to provide safe, affordable, and high-quality assisted living for retirees, seniors, and others in need of residential care who want to live as independently as possible. We are committed to serving the community as envisioned by the facility’s founders and its namesake, John Cannon.

The Admissions Coordinator is responsible for the marketing, advertising, promotion and maintenance of facility census in the Care Center, Cannon House and Home Health divisions. The person in this position is expected to work closely with other division management staff to review potential referrals and to coordinate resident admissions into the facility. The Admissions Coordinator is responsible to coordinate with referral sources and to promote the services provided at the Care Center, Cannon House and Home Health while maintaining a healthy census and case-mix.
Job Description/Essential Duties:

• Receive resident referrals and analyze potential leads for admission.
• Coordinate with the Administrators, Director of Nursing, MDS Coordinator and/or Resident Care Manager, Social Workers and Rehabilitation Coordinator of divisions as to the medical viability to accept the referral.
• Schedule and perform Tours of the Assisted Living community (Cannon House) to potential residents, families and referral network professionals.
• Verify potential resident funding source/or financial discovery to determine potential rent source.
• Work closely with divisions Bookkeeper while admitting residents and verifying funding sources.
• Have a working knowledge of Medicare/Medicaid regulations and information relevant to nursing home placement.
• Maintain daily census and admission data and disperse information as appropriate.
• Provide exceptional customer service while touring the facility and presenting all services related to the divisions.
• Build relationships with hospital personnel, discharge planners and other referral sources.
• Visit hospitals and other locations to build relationships and maintain a healthy profile in the health care community (Outreach).
• Maintain a lead base/pipeline and when divisions are full to capacity always maintain a Waiting List for admission to each division.
• Prepare resident admission paperwork for the resident/resident family to review and sign prior to admission to the facility
• Meet with new admissions and assist with the admission documentation
• Assure that new residents are greeted and familiarized with the facility and his/her room; (On boarding); and Provide the resident with contact information of key staff members
• Work closely with billing personnel to assure that proper resident billing information is current
• Works with resident insurance companies to receive pre-authorization of stay when appropriate
• Participate in Sea Mar sponsored events such as, but not limited to, Fiestas Patrias and Latino Legislative Day.
• Other duties as assigned.
• Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills:
Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Sales and Marketing or Healthcare related field

Additional Information:
• At least 1 year minimum Sales, Marketing, Admissions in senior living or healthcare related field
• Able to communicate effectively.
• Strong team building and problem solving skills.
• Working knowledge of government systems/regulations, such as Medicare, Medicaid and community resources.
• Ability to operate office equipment including computers, copier, fax machine and cameras.

How to Apply: Email Resume to Vivian Weber, Administrator of Cannon House at vivianweber@seamarchc.org

September 18, 2018

Annual Giving Manager – Foundation

Wesley, Des Moines 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 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.

Job Description/Essential Duties:
The Annual Giving Manager is responsible for all aspects of Wesley Homes Foundation’s annual giving program. This position develops and implements annual, mid-level, and employee donor fundraising plans, financial objectives and strategies with the goal of retaining donors, growing the donor base and increasing the number and amount of gifts. This includes the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of annual, mid-level and employee donors and prospects.

This role manages the foundation’s donor stewardship and mid-level donor stewardship events. The Annual Giving Manager provides consistent and timely written materials to educate and cultivate our donor base in conjunction with the Executive Director. These may include, but not limited to the following: website, blog, letters, newsletters, annual reports, internal and external communications.

The Annual Giving Manager operates with both independence and direct supervision regarding situations, both routine and non-routine, which requires: independent thinking, initiative, creativity, organization, determination, prioritization, teamwork and excellent client relations skills. Major decisions are subject to the review and approval by the Foundation Executive Director. The role collaborates with all Foundation staff.

This position has critical impact on the success of Wesley Community Foundation’s fund development work. Cultivation and relationship building with donors and prospects, with a focus on ROI (return on investment), will result in increased giving and donor retention. Annual giving plans and strategies will be developed in conjunction with the Executive Director to help secure the funds necessary to deliver mission-based programs.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Manages annual giving programs including: annual/mid-level/employee campaign preparation and implementation, direct mail, related marketing materials, reporting, communication, online giving, etc.
Sets goals and manages the identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship initiatives and activities of annual giving donors and prospects.

Collaborates and strategizes with major gift officers regarding the mid-level donor program and the transfer of donors and prospects in and out of this program.

Serves as the key staff role for managing annual giving and stewardship events; helps manage and staff fundraising events.

Develops timelines, status reports, prospect management reports and other instruments as needed to track annual fundraising progress.

Utilizes the donor/prospect management system as it pertains to annual giving to guide cultivation and solicitation activities and to provide progress reports.

Prepares tailored solicitation materials such as direct mail letters, gift proposals, newsletters, presentation pieces and other materials as needed.

Enters donor, prospect and volunteer data into Raiser’s Edge and runs RE reports as needed (with support from the Foundation development assistant)

Works with Foundation staff and volunteers (residents and employees) to develop and implement annual campaign cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies.

Oversees Foundation stewardship initiatives such as giving societies and annual gift acknowledgement letters.

Designs and drives the Foundation’s annual, mid-level and employee campaigns – including volunteer recruitment, training and goal setting plus collaborates with Foundation staff and campus leadership.

Attends resident town and council meetings plus campus events when directed as justifiable.

Is punctual and demonstrates a commendable work-ethic, accountable for time spent judiciously during the work-day; keeps shared Outlook calendar accurate and up-to-date.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
a. Sitting and/or standing for extended periods of time
b. Transportation and mobility to travel to off-site location
c. Manual dexterity to include light lifting, bending, stooping, pushing, pulling and reaching

Infections Risk Category
NO Risk. No contact with patient’s blood or other bodily fluids. No protective equipment required to be worn.

Required Education/Training/Experience or Special Skills:
QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS

• Education Background
o Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution
• Licensure, Registration, Certification
o Unexpired Driver’s License
o Unexpired Auto Insurance
• Special Training/Skills
o Knowledge of PC operations and standard software packages such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint as well as database experience (Raiser’s Edge preferred, WealthEngine a plus)
o Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, motivate and lead in a team oriented setting.
o Excellent organizational skills, detail-oriented and able to balance priorities.
o Excellent verbal, written, and electronic communication skills.
o High energy and integrity, polished, innovated, and passionate regarding cause-related not-for-profit organizations; commendable work ethic and team-player skills
o Ability to relate to and interact successfully with all people, including those of considerable achievement and financial means.
o Officing in Des Moines, the ability and willingness to travel regionally (e.g. Auburn, Puyallup, Renton)
• Work Experience
o Two plus years of development experience and success, including annual giving (mid-level and employee giving a plus) and volunteer management experience.
o Demonstrate success in one-on-one gift solicitations.

Open Date / Close Date (posting will be removed following the Close Date: 9/30/2018

How to Apply: www.wesleychoice.org/careers

September 18, 2018

Licensed Nurse Practitioner (LPN)

SCIDpda, the mission of the Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority (SCIDpda) is to preserve, promote and develop the Chinatown International District (CID) as a vibrant community and unique ethnic neighborhood through its programs and services. More information is available at www.SCIDpda.org.

General Nature & Scope: Provides skilled Health Service and Health Assessments for clients and residents. Management of the program’s Medication Services is a primary focus. Provides skilled nursing and general health monitoring for Legacy House residents and Adult Day Service clients. Participates in the Adult Day Service program to help ensure required staff to client ratio is met at all times.

Essential Duties:

1. Performs client assessment, skilled nursing treatment, intervention and necessary medication administration for Assisted Living residents and Adult Day Services clients; documents these activities
2. Provides information to the team, physicians, clients, caregivers, State Case Managers, and community service providers about client treatment and health related issues
3. Works with other staff to identify and monitor changes of resident/client condition and works with clients and residents, caregivers and others on the team to evaluate and adjust services as required
4. Participates in the set-up of client/resident medical appointments, as appropriate
5. Informs necessary parties about client/resident health changes and ensures documentation of changes of health status
6. Shares in the responsibility for providing and maintaining an environment that is conductive to the safety and physical wellbeing of residents/clients and employees
7. Performs other duties as assigned by Health Services Manager
8. Ensures medication changes are processed and documented correctly
9. Attends mandatory staff in-service trainings and meetings

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Licenses or Certificates: Current license in Washington as an LPN.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Punctuality and Excellent Attendance
• Working knowledge/experience in geriatrics
• Good written and interpersonal communication skills
• Basic computer skills
• Ability to provide services in a multi-cultural setting
• Ability to think, act, and intervene independently in both routine and emergency situations
• Bilingual ability in an Asian language desirable, but not essential
• Essential ability to multi-task
• Excellent customer service skills
• Contributes to team effort and organizational goals through respectful communication, great customer service and stays involved in organizational changes and improvements
• Meets all agency and state training requirements and enhances own professional knowledge by attending workshops, reading professional material and participating in professional networks
• Adheres to agency organizational values, standards policies and procedures

Education & Experience: Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge; skills and abilities will be considered.
• Two to five years’ of experience in related positions of increasing responsibility, including staff training/skills in client assessment and health education
• Working experience/ knowledge in geriatrics
• Experience working with clients and staff of diverse backgrounds and with limited English

Physical Demands/ Working Conditions: Ability to perform the following essential physical requirements: Constant: Hearing, Seeing
Frequent: Standing/walking/mobility; must be able to reach overhead and perform repetitive movements; on feet over a moderate period of time; fingering/grasping/feeling – must have finger dexterity capable to open pill containers, buttons and zippers
Occasional: Climbing/stooping/kneeling; must be able to bend to floor and crawl under equipment Lifting/pulling/pushing; must be able to transfer up to 50 lbs.

Work Environment: This position works essentially indoors in an ambient temperature. Position is exposed to body fluids, infections and odors.
This position description generally describes the principle functions of the position, the level of knowledge and skills typically required and the general scope of responsibility. It is not intended as a complete list of specific duties and responsibilities and should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned including work in other functional areas to cover absences or relieve other employees, to equalize peak work periods or otherwise to balance the workload as needed.

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Nurse

General Nature & Scope: Provides skilled nursing services, assessments and medication management for Adult Day Service clients and Assisted Living residents. Provides RN Delegation for residents as needed. Ensures regulatory compliance related to general health monitoring and skilled nursing services for both Adult Day Care, Adult Day Health and Assisted Living.

Essential Duties:

1. Performs nursing assessment, skilled nursing treatment, intervention and necessary medication administration for Assisted Living residents and Adult Day Services clients. Documents these activities
2. Meets all clients/residents prior to move-in or acceptance in Day Services Program to identify self- medication management skills, medical stability/complexity and congruity of care needs with medical diagnosis
3. Provides information to the team, physicians, clients, caregivers, State Case Managers, and community service providers about client treatment and health related issues
4. Works with other staff to identify and monitor changes of resident/client condition and works with clients and residents, caregivers and others on the team to evaluate and adjust services as required
5. Participates in the set-up of client/resident medical appointments, as appropriate
6. Informs necessary parties about client/resident health changes and ensures documentation of changes of health status. Updates resident Assessment and Negotiated Service Agreement as needed
7. Provides oversight and quality control of medication assistance program through training of staff
8. Manages purchasing of health related items and inventory control within budgetary guidelines
9. Shares in the responsibility for providing and maintaining an environment that is conducive to the safety and physical wellbeing of residents/clients and staff
10. Performs other duties as assigned by Health Services Manager
11. Ensures medication changes are processed and documented correctly
12. Reviews monthly new MARs and medication refills for accuracy
13. Attends mandatory staff in-service trainings and meetings
14. Ensures RN Delegation policy and procedures are adhered to when providing RN Delegation to resident assistants

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Licenses or Certificates: Current license in Washington as an R.N.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Punctuality and excellent attendance
• Working knowledge/experience in geriatrics
• Good written and interpersonal communication skills
• Basic computer skills
• Ability to provide services in a multi-cultural setting
• Ability to think, act, and intervene independently in both routine and emergency situations
• Bilingual ability in an Asian language desirable, but not essential

• Essential ability to multi-task
• Excellent customer service skills
• Contributes to team effort and organizational goals through respectful communication, great customer service and stays involved in organizational changes and improvements
• Meets all agency and state training requirements and enhances own professional knowledge by attending workshops, reading professional material and participating in professional networks
• Adheres to agency organizational values, standards policies and procedures

Education & Experience: Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge; skills and abilities will be considered.
• Two to five years’ experience in related positions of increasing responsibility, including staff training/skills in client assessment and health education
• Working experience/ knowledge in geriatrics
• Experience working with clients and staff of diverse backgrounds and with limited English

Physical Demands/ Working Conditions: Ability to perform the following essential physical requirements:
• Constant: hearing, seeing
• Frequent: standing/walking/mobility; must be able to reach overhead and perform repetitive movements; on feet over a moderate period of time; fingering/grasping/feeling; and must have finger dexterity capable to open pill containers, sew buttons and zippers
• Occasional: climbing/stooping/kneeling; must be able to bend to floor and crawl under equipment; lifting/pulling/pushing; must be able to transfer up to 50 lbs.

Work Environment: This position works essentially indoors in an ambient temperature. Position is exposed to body fluids, infections and odors.

Comments:
This position description generally describes the principle functions of the position, the level of knowledge and skills typically required and the general scope of responsibility. It is not intended as a complete list of specific duties and responsibilities and should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned including work in other functional areas to cover absences or relieve other employees, to equalize peak work periods or otherwise to balance the workload as needed.

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Resume and cover letter should be submitted to: Arlynes@scidpda.org; or mailed to SCIDpda, Human Resources, 409 Maynard Ave S, Suite P-2, Seattle, WA 98104

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

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

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

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

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</a

June, 2018 – UPDATED!

CRISTA Positions – ALL Locations

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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

 

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