• RN Wellness

    ID
    2019-2643
    Category
    Health and Wellness
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Location : City
    Oregon City
    Location : State/Province
    OR
  •  

    MCLOUGHLIN PLACE_100 PX HIGH

     

    At McLoughlin Place Senior Living, we’re proud to be the small, local choice, and as the local choice, we understand the needs of Oregonians and are here to help.

     

    One of our resident’s family members put it best when he made a point to tell us, “You might not be the newest building, but the reason I moved my loved one here is because this is the type of place where I can kick off my shoes, put up my feet, and call this home.”

    If you’re looking for a local senior living community based on the principles of compassion and respect, we’d love to meet you. 

    Now Hiring a Full-Time RN Wellness!

     

    This position is responsible for collaborating and assisting in the leadership of the personal care staff, coordinating personal care services provided to residents by personal care staff, promoting the health and wellbeing of each resident, and reporting observed changes in resident condition or health to the Director of Nursing.

    Responsibilities:

    • Monitor the health status of current residents through assessments and care conferences scheduled quarterly or more frequently as required.
    • Monitor resident assessments and care plans using designated software for staff compliance. Monitoring includes, but is not limited to: medication side effects, activities, meals, complaints, cognition and behaviors, ADLs and special requests.
    • Coordinate and attend resident care conferences and service plan reviews as directed by the Director of Nursing with a focus on assuring service plans are developed to meet the resident needs.
    • Assist in supervising the Assisted Living and Memory Care personnel. This may include: hiring, coaching, orientation, scheduling, and training of staff at the direction of the Director of Nursing.
    • Work with Director of Nursing to conduct community audits as required of current operational systems to monitor staff compliance with policy and procedure and to ensure community security.
    • Foster teamwork with co-workers, show initiative in overcoming obstacles, take actions which assist others beyond job responsibilities, and have a positive impact on co-workers, residents, and visitors.
    • Perform other duties as assigned or needed.

    Requirements:

    • Associate or Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (RN) is strongly preferred. Licensed Vocational or Licensed Practical Nurses may be considered based on state regulations and community needs.
    • Minimum three years’ experience in Assisted Living, Alzheimer’s, or Memory Loss care preferred. Experience as Residential Care Management, Clinical Director, or Risk Management preferred.
    • Must have proven management experience and ability to manage staff.  
    • Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel preferred.
    • Must be able to pass a criminal background check and drug test.

    Apply with your resume and cover letter TODAY to secure your interview for this exciting opportunity!

    Options

    Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later.
    Share on your newsfeed