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Job Locations US-VA-Winchester
The Utility Staff will performs a wide variety of complex and routine tasks in the preparation, service and delivery of food products and/or service of dining services operations. Activities may include manual work in support of department operations to include: operating dish machine, washing pots, performing heavy cleaning duties; transporting equipment, food, supplies, and refuse as directed. Assume lead worker duties when required. Some responsibilities include:   - Support and adhere to all policies, procedures, guidelines and standards of NLCS. - Retrieve, collect and transport food service supplies, equipment and refuse as directed. - Strips carts/trays, sorts and rinses dishes and silverware; operates and unloads dish machine, stores clean items; inspects washed items for cleanliness and breakage. - Washes pots, pans and other food service/kitchen equipment. - Cleans and maintains dish machine; cleans and sanitizes assigned areas. - Collects, sorts, recycles and disposes of food service trash. - Assists in food service line and/or dining services setup; ensures that quality standards are maintained and safe food handling guidelines are adhered to. - Dining room service; preparation of hot line for service as needed. - Proper breakdown of hot line including cleaning and storage of left-overs. - Assists with meal delivery as needed. - Detects and immediately report improperly prepared food or food that does not meet NLCS and regulatory standards. Also report defective/damaged food and supplies inventory to designated supervisor. - Adheres to all NLCS kitchen policies and procedures to include those related to equipment operation, food stock rotation, and safe food handling practices, food preparation and storage. - Assists in the maintenance and upkeep of dining service areas in addition to other areas of the community as needed. - Maintains sanitation of production work areas and equipment.
Community
The Village at Orchard Ridge
ID
2021-1560
Category
Dining/Culinary
Type
Regular Part-Time
Shift
Any
Job Locations US-VA-Winchester
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is responsible for providing direct, hands-on care to residents to ensure residents attain or maintain the highest possible physical, mental and emotional well-being. Some responsibilities include: - Encourages resident’s highest level of functioning, allowing and encouraging residents to participate in self-care and providing cues and assistance as needed.  Gives general care to residents to include: - Bathes residents; gives showers, whirlpool baths and bed baths - Provides mouth care, brushing teeth or applying dentures - Assists with dressing residents; assures residents are appropriately and comfortably clothed - Gives personal care to include hair care, beauty care, shaves male residents, cleans and trims nails - Makes beds, sets rooms in order, waters flowers, and fills water pitchers - Cares for glasses, dentures, beds and other equipment used in the care of residents - Under direction, assists with and/or performs procedures that have been assigned and with supervision to include: - Admitting, transferring, discharging residents; - Taking and recording vital signs, measuring and recording intake and output; - Collecting specimens; - Giving care to residents in casts or traction; - Giving enemas, - Orients new residents to environment, room, roommate, staff and routine; - Weighing and measuring residents and recording results; - Documenting on voiding diary BM’s and food - Assists patients to and from the bathroom, offers bedpans and participates in keeping incontinent patients clean at all times. Changes linens as often as necessary. Assists in bowel and bladder training program - Participates in transferring residents from bed/chair using good body mechanics. Obtains assistance for all total lift transfers - Participates in resident meals, providing assistance and care throughout the meal as needed including; assisting with menu selection, providing nourishment and fresh water, supervising and assisting during dining, assisting in personal care after meals - Assists residents for naps and bedtime.  Turns and positions residents as needed - Performs personal services for residents to promote comfort, security and rehabilitation    Responds promptly to call lights for residents - Observes residents refusal of care, mood, reaction, appetite, etc., and reports findings to supervisor immediately. Reports any injuries to residents immediately - Applies standard precautions in all resident care. Follows isolation procedures when indicated - Participates in the orientation of new or temporary staff to the unit to assure continuity in the delivery of resident care - Supports, maintains and assists with projects related to the Activity Programs of the facility. - Promotes and encourages social interactions from residents during meals, during direct care and at other times as appropriate - Assists with restorative and rehabilitative care of residents    Participates in unit cleaning duties, as directed
Community
The Village at Orchard Ridge
ID
2021-1557
Category
Nursing/Clinical
Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift
Day Shift
Job Locations US-VA-Winchester
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is responsible for providing direct, hands-on care to residents to ensure residents attain or maintain the highest possible physical, mental and emotional well-being. Some responsibilities include: - Encourages resident’s highest level of functioning, allowing and encouraging residents to participate in self-care and providing cues and assistance as needed.  Gives general care to residents to include: - Bathes residents; gives showers, whirlpool baths and bed baths - Provides mouth care, brushing teeth or applying dentures - Assists with dressing residents; assures residents are appropriately and comfortably clothed - Gives personal care to include hair care, beauty care, shaves male residents, cleans and trims nails - Makes beds, sets rooms in order, waters flowers, and fills water pitchers - Cares for glasses, dentures, beds and other equipment used in the care of residents - Under direction, assists with and/or performs procedures that have been assigned and with supervision to include: - Admitting, transferring, discharging residents; - Taking and recording vital signs, measuring and recording intake and output; - Collecting specimens; - Giving care to residents in casts or traction; - Giving enemas, - Orients new residents to environment, room, roommate, staff and routine; - Weighing and measuring residents and recording results; - Documenting on voiding diary BM’s and food - Assists patients to and from the bathroom, offers bedpans and participates in keeping incontinent patients clean at all times. Changes linens as often as necessary. Assists in bowel and bladder training program - Participates in transferring residents from bed/chair using good body mechanics. Obtains assistance for all total lift transfers - Participates in resident meals, providing assistance and care throughout the meal as needed including; assisting with menu selection, providing nourishment and fresh water, supervising and assisting during dining, assisting in personal care after meals - Assists residents for naps and bedtime.  Turns and positions residents as needed - Performs personal services for residents to promote comfort, security and rehabilitation    Responds promptly to call lights for residents - Observes residents refusal of care, mood, reaction, appetite, etc., and reports findings to supervisor immediately. Reports any injuries to residents immediately - Applies standard precautions in all resident care. Follows isolation procedures when indicated - Participates in the orientation of new or temporary staff to the unit to assure continuity in the delivery of resident care - Supports, maintains and assists with projects related to the Activity Programs of the facility. - Promotes and encourages social interactions from residents during meals, during direct care and at other times as appropriate - Assists with restorative and rehabilitative care of residents    Participates in unit cleaning duties, as directed
Community
The Village at Orchard Ridge
ID
2021-1556
Category
Nursing/Clinical
Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift
Day Shift
Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore
The primary purpose of this job position is to manage the Health Care Center (HCC) operations in accordance with current applicable federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations, and as directed by the Executive Director to assure that the organization is operating effectively and efficiently. The HCC is defined as Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing centers. - As the Health Care Administrator, this position is delegated the administrative authority, responsibility and accountability necessary for carrying out assigned duties - Build and foster productive working relationships with other senior leadership team members   - Plan, develop, organize, implement, evaluate and direct the HCC’s programs and activities - Assist department leaders in the development and use of departmental policies and procedures, and establish a rapport in and amongst departments - Interpret the HCC’s policies and procedures to employees, residents, family members, visitors, government agencies, etc., as necessary - Represent the HCC in dealings with outside agencies, including governmental agencies and third party payers, or provide an authorized representative of the HCC when unable to attend such meetings - Make routine inspections of the HCC to assure that established policies and procedures are being implemented and followed - Oversight for HCC surveys (inspections) made by authorized government agencies and ensures horizontal accountability for all other departments as required for the survey process - Plan for and encourage leadership development within functional teams. Identify, mentor, and coach capable managers, supervisors, and staff for greater responsibilities in areas of professional expertise or workplace-relevant personal interest - Participate in on-boarding of new team members - Review and develop a plan of correction for deficiencies noted during survey inspections and provides a written copy of such plan to the governing board and others as required - Maintains a close liaison with residents, guests, families and POAs - The HCC medical director reports directly to this position especially in the day to day clinical oversight of the HCC - Delegates a responsible staff member to act in their behalf when absent from the HCC   - Participates on various committees such as the Resident or Family Council Meetings - Leads the Quality Assurance Performance Improvement (QAPI) Committee in developing and implementing appropriate plans of action to correct identified quality deficiencies - Establish relevant Key Performance Indicators for each functional area.  Monitor and report performance and progress towards targets.  Take corrective actions as necessary - Assists in the recruitment and selection of competent department directors, supervisors, and other team members - Consults with department leaders concerning the operation of their departments to assist in eliminating/correcting problem areas, and/or improvement of services - Ensures that an adequate number of appropriately trained professional and auxiliary personnel are on duty at all times to meet the needs of residents - Reviews and checks competence of work force and make necessary adjustments/corrections as required or that may become necessary - Support development and implementation of corporate programs - Consult with Talent & Culture on any corrective actions and/or termination actions - Ensure that high standards of care and safety are maintained; participates in implementing improvements in the HCC operations as required - Authorizes the purchase of major equipment/supplies in accordance with established NLCS purchasing policies and procedures - Prepares an annual operating and capital budget for approval by the governing board and allocates resources to carry out the programs and activities of the HCC - Reviews and interprets monthly financial statements and provides such information to the executive director and governing board - Keeps abreast of economic conditions and/or situations, makes adjustments as necessary to assure the continued ability to provide quality care - Provides ongoing coaching, supervisory, performance management, training and leadership for their team - Build trust and accountability by frequently holding coaching conversations with team members to develop, mentor, and provide constructive feedback to support team members’ goals and strategies - Conduct required stay interviews for all newly hired team members - Practices regular Coaching Conversations with direct reports to build up and equip
Community
The Village at Augsburg
ID
2021-1553
Category
Nursing/Clinical
Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift
Day Shift
Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore
The Registered Nurse (RN) has primary responsibility and accountability in assisting in the provision of quality comprehensive nursing care to the residents/guests. The core RN Staff Nurse functions including assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating the care of a designated group of residents. Some responsibilities include: - Responsible for managing all assigned personnel, supplies and equipment on the unit and for promoting team work. Ensures continuity and quality care on the assigned unit - Ensures appropriate in-service education programs are conducted for nursing personnel as determined by resident needs and as required by state/federal regulations - Provides strong supervisory and coaching skills for nursing assistant and medication aide staff - Partners in the position on-boarding of Nursing Service Staff; ensure appropriate training on NLCS standards of Nursing Services practices during the orientation of new employees - Assesses residents’ physical and psychosocial status and environmental needs of assigned residents. - Identifies needs for other services/disciplines for residents and intervenes appropriately to secure these services - Documents admissions and completes ongoing nursing assessments on assigned residents - Develops measurable goals, admission and staff plans with physicians, resident, families and interdisciplinary team members. Documents and communicates plans appropriately - From continual assessment, reviews and revises resident care plan needs, concerns and goal changes. - Communicates changes with RN Care Coach. Identifies necessary and appropriate nursing interventions pertinent to the plan of care - Demonstrates clinical competence to assess the physical, spiritual, psychological and emotional needs of each resident. Intervenes appropriately, requesting physician or other department intervention as appropriate. Ensures that documentation is completed as required - Collaborates and communicates, with tact and sensitivity, with other team members and departments to coordinate an interdisciplinary approach to resident care. Identifies and interprets the psychological reaction of the residents and takes appropriate action within the time frame necessary. Documents nursing interventions and resident response to care accurately, timely and completely - Administers resident treatments and procedures in accordance with physician orders and NLCS nursing policies and procedures - Administers medication and IV fluids skillfully, safely and as required - Handles crisis situations in a prompt, precise and professional manner. Actively participates in the direct delivery of resident care. Completes rounds to ensure that residents are receiving the appropriate nursing care in an appropriate time frame. Ensures that a safe, comfortable, clean environment is maintained - Organizes information and communicates with physicians and supervisor regarding relevant patient care issues. Coordinates activities on the assigned unit to ensure appropriate functioning of the unit and continuity of quality care. Transcribes/verifies physician orders, coordinates testing, treatments and procedures with other departments - Follows up on nursing care to ensure residents satisfaction. Ensures standards of patient care are utilized and delegates responsibilities as defined by policy or necessary to ensure appropriate resident care. - Monitors and assists assigned staff as necessary to ensure completion of all tasks properly and in a timely manner - Partners in answering residents call light and assists with resident other nursing staff as needed - Documents resident care and observations for assigned residents - Assists in direct resident care such as handling or moving residents - Responds to emergency and/or life threatening situations and provides assistance as required - Participates in implementation of admission and discharge of residents as delegated
Community
The Village at Augsburg
ID
2021-1549
Category
Nursing/Clinical
Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift
Evening Shift
Job Locations US-MD-Rockville
The Geriatric Nursing Assistant (GNA) is responsible for providing direct, hands- on care to residents to ensure residents attain or maintain the highest possible physical, mental and emotional well-being. Some responsibilities include: - Encourages resident’s highest level of functioning, allowing and encouraging residents to participate in self-care and providing cues and assistance as needed.  Gives general care to residents to include: - Bathes residents; gives showers, whirlpool baths and bed baths - Provides mouth care, brushing teeth or applying dentures - Assists with dressing residents; assures residents are appropriately and comfortably clothed - Gives personal care to include hair care, beauty care, shaves male residents, cleans and trims nails - Makes beds, sets rooms in order, waters flowers, and fills water pitchers - Cares for glasses, dentures, beds and other equipment used in the care of residents - Assists patients to and from the bathroom, offers bedpans and participates in keeping incontinent patients clean at all times. Changes linens as often as necessary. Assists in bowel and bladder training program - Participates in transferring residents from bed/chair using good body mechanics. Obtains assistance for all total lift transfers - Participates in resident meals, providing assistance and care throughout the meal as needed - Settles residents for naps and bedtime - Performs personal services for residents to promote comfort, security and rehabilitation   - Responds promptly to call lights for residents - Observes residents refusal of care, mood, reaction, appetite, etc., and reports findings to supervisor immediately. Reports any injuries to residents immediately - Applies standard precautions in all resident care. Follows isolation procedures when indicated - Assists with restorative and rehabilitative care of residents - Participates in unit cleaning duties, as directed. Empties and cleans bedpans andbedsidecommodes
Community
The Village at Rockville
ID
2021-1546
Category
Nursing/Clinical
Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift
Night Shift
Job Locations US-MD-Rockville
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is responsible for delivering assistance in a caring and respectful manner, in accordance with relevant policies of NLCS and myPotential at Home and industry standards to meet the needs of clients and their families/caregivers. This position provides a variety of services associated with activities of daily living to meet client needs in his/her home. Some responsibilities include: -   Observes clients and their environments and reports behavior, physical and/or cognitive changes, and/or changes in living arrangements to Supervisor (and agency as required) -   Provides the daily personal care needs of clients as written in care plan to include but not limited to: - Obtaining vital signs - Bathing, grooming, and general hygiene - Assisting with body positioning or transferring in and out of bed and/or wheelchair - Observing and reporting changes in client’s condition, including vital - Assistance with bowel & bladder control, devices & training programs - Assisting clients with self-administration of medication to include medication reminders - Assistance with therapeutic or passive range of motion exercises - Perform routine and delegated procedures assigned by a RN, PT, or OT specified in care plan, with instruction for performing the procedures for the client - Observe clients and their environments and reports behavior, physical and/or cognitive changes, and/or changes in living arrangements to Supervisor - Provides client with laundry and linen - Provides for a safe living environment for client without infringing on the client’s - No assistance is to be offered regarding any financial matters of the - Report any change in the client's location to the Clinical Director -  Maintains records as required
Community
MyPotential at Home Maryland
ID
2021-1544
Category
Nursing/Clinical
Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift
Night Shift
Job Locations US-MD-Rockville
The Driver performs a variety of activities related to the transportation of residents. Some responsibilities include: -   Responsible for the transport of residents in a safe and professional manner to all officially assigned destinations, appointments, and shopping trips as scheduled. Makes no unscheduled side trips -   Responsible for keeping vehicles and equipment maintained, ensuring that the vehicle has all necessary supplies -   Responsible for vehicles documented scheduled routine maintenance -   Maintains vehicles a clean condition inside and out at all times. This includes regular washing, vacuuming and cleaning of windows -   Maintains vehicle mileage and trip logs
Community
The Village at Rockville
ID
2021-1543
Category
ConnectedLiving/Wellness
Type
Regular Part-Time
Shift
Day Shift
Job Locations US-VA-Winchester
The Environmental Service Aide performs complex and routine housekeeping work, cleaning assigned areas within an NLCS facility, according to established Environmental Services policies and procedures. Some responsibilities include: - Participates in the providing high-level environmental services at all times. Works closely with Environmental Services Team to ensure the highest level of operational services to resident, visitors and NLCS employees - Maintains cleanliness and sanitation of facility to include: dining rooms, restrooms, shower rooms, stairwells, elevators, storage areas, water foundations, quite rooms, resident rooms, working equipment, office areas and other facility areas as required - Cleans and maintains resident rooms and/or office thoroughly by mopping floors, washing furniture and furnishings, dusting, frames and cleaning bathroom fixtures and walls - Terminal-cleans resident rooms and prepare for new residents - Assists in cleaning emergency spills observed or upon request - Assists in the maintenance of resident equipment and furniture. Cleans wheelchairs and Geri chairs using high-pressure washers - Collects, packs and disposes of trash according to established procedures - Supports operations according to established standards and procedures; taking into account any special requirements - Moves facility property, resident belongings and office furnishings/equipment as assigned. Changes curtains, draperies and cubicle partitions as assigned - Reports observed repairs needed to supervisors including broken or cracked window panes, leaky faucets, toilets, loose tiles, broken blinds and damaged furniture
Community
The Village at Orchard Ridge
ID
2021-1542
Category
Environmental Services/Maintenance
Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift
Day Shift
Job Locations US-MD-Rockville
The Connected Living Coordinator supports in providing an ongoing comprehensive program of activities to meet the needs and interest of residents and guests. Some responsibilities include: - Plans and leads scheduled recreational activities for residents and guests - Plans and leads a variety of resident activity groups (at various levels of abilities) such as: discussion, arts, crafts, exercise, cooking, various games, re-motivation, gardening etc. for mental and physical stimulation - Encourages residents and guests to participate in activities by informing them of daily activities, providing an escort to them as needed - Prepares and updates activity assessments for residents and guests in accordance with NLCS policies and procedures as assigned - Maintains an attendance record for each assigned program/activity - Participates in coordinating room scheduling, trips and events - Assists the Connected Living Administrative Assistant with planning of monthly activity calendar - Edits newsletter, calendars, flyers, website, bulletin boards, brochures and other related materials for residents and guests. Promotes programs with a positive attitude - Participates in the decorating of the community for theme events and holidays to include decorating of resident and guest bulletin boards - Prepares, completes and submits department reports as required. Maintains department records in accordance with designated requirements
Community
The Village at Rockville
ID
2021-1540
Category
ConnectedLiving/Wellness
Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift
Day Shift
Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore
The Talent Educator’s focus is to provide educational and learning opportunities within a supportive environment that will assist clinical staff in gaining knowledge, skills and appropriate behaviors necessary to perform assigned duties safely and competently. Coordinates learning experiences that support quality services consistent with standards and practice guidelines of the facility as well as monitors the activities of clinical staff to provide quality services that comply with State and Federal standards. Some responsibilities include:   - Participates with development and direction of orientation programs for clinical staff and job skills training in accordance with established standards and practice guidelines - Facilitates the clinical department orientation program - Maintains complete, accurate, and current records of educational programs and staff participation (Federal Mandatory Requirement Training as well as Clinical Skill Competency and Evaluation), and certification required for nursing personnel to perform job function - Coordinates educational activities (includes clinical affiliations, nurse residency, etc.) and develops evidence-based educational materials - Creates high-quality educational materials, presentations, and/or programs consistent with NLCS standards and expectations - Supports continuous staff learning with educational activities (which include remediation, certification, emergency preparedness, product/system roll-outs, etc.) - Delivers effective training and education in various formats while also facilitating discussion and lasting knowledge among the participants - Participates in review of activities or processes for area of coverage and department - Responds to changes in nursing practice and develops programs to support those changes - Ensures that educational programs are congruent with organizational missions, values, and goals - Maintains flexibility when managing multiple roles and responsibilities - Supports policies, procedures, guidelines and standards of NLCS - Understands facility standards and practice guidelines as well as State and Federal regulations in the area of mandatory compliance training - Regularly inspects implementation and activity related to nursing practices and compliance with federal, state and local standards and regulations; as well as the policies and procedures of NLCS
Community
The Village at Augsburg
ID
2021-1539
Category
Human Resources
Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift
Day Shift
Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore
The Driver performs a variety of activities related to the transportation of residents. Some responsibilities include: -   Responsible for the transport of residents in a safe and professional manner to all officially assigned destinations, appointments, and shopping trips as scheduled. Makes no unscheduled side trips -   Responsible for keeping vehicles and equipment maintained, ensuring that the vehicle has all necessary supplies -   Responsible for vehicles documented scheduled routine maintenance -   Maintains vehicles a clean condition inside and out at all times. This includes regular washing, vacuuming and cleaning of windows -   Maintains vehicle mileage and trip logs
Community
The Village at Augsburg
ID
2021-1535
Category
ConnectedLiving/Wellness
Type
PRN/On-Call
Shift
Any
Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore
The Dining Services Server is responsible for providing prompt and accurate service to residents and guests in the dining venues at National Lutheran Communities. Some responsibilities include: - Performs a variety of services in the dining areas and kitchen including waiting on assigned tables, taking food and drink orders and setting and busing tables. - Greets residents/guests cordially and takes their order within a time frame of 5 minutes after they have been seated - Reviews menus with customers and present any special items of the day - Takes accurate food and beverage orders at the table - Retrieves food orders from the kitchen and complete plate preparation as specified on plate garnishment/presentation guidelines - Serves complete meal to all residents/guests in the dining room in a timely fashion - Stocks service station prior to meal service completely and correctly - Performs side work correctly as assigned according to the side work procedure guidelines and to the level required on the sanitation checklist - Clears dirty dishes in a timely manner from all tables - Utilizes the point of sale (POS) system to place all food orders and track resident meals - Reports any accidents and/or incidents to the Coach on duty or their designee immediately - Assists Dining Service team members and supervisors as needed
Community
The Village at Augsburg
ID
2021-1534
Category
Dining/Culinary
Type
Regular Part-Time
Shift
Any
Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore
The Utility Staff will performs a wide variety of complex and routine tasks in the preparation, service and delivery of food products and/or service of dining services operations. Activities may include manual work in support of department operations to include: operating dish machine, washing pots, performing heavy cleaning duties; transporting equipment, food, supplies, and refuse as directed. Assume lead worker duties when required. Some responsibilities include:   - Support and adhere to all policies, procedures, guidelines and standards of NLCS. - Retrieve, collect and transport food service supplies, equipment and refuse as directed. - Strips carts/trays, sorts and rinses dishes and silverware; operates and unloads dish machine, stores clean items; inspects washed items for cleanliness and breakage. - Washes pots, pans and other food service/kitchen equipment. - Cleans and maintains dish machine; cleans and sanitizes assigned areas. - Collects, sorts, recycles and disposes of food service trash. - Assists in food service line and/or dining services setup; ensures that quality standards are maintained and safe food handling guidelines are adhered to. - Dining room service; preparation of hot line for service as needed. - Proper breakdown of hot line including cleaning and storage of left-overs. - Assists with meal delivery as needed. - Detects and immediately report improperly prepared food or food that does not meet NLCS and regulatory standards. Also report defective/damaged food and supplies inventory to designated supervisor. - Adheres to all NLCS kitchen policies and procedures to include those related to equipment operation, food stock rotation, and safe food handling practices, food preparation and storage. - Assists in the maintenance and upkeep of dining service areas in addition to other areas of the community as needed. - Maintains sanitation of production work areas and equipment.
Community
The Village at Augsburg
ID
2021-1532
Category
Dining/Culinary
Type
Regular Part-Time
Shift
Day Shift
Job Locations US-VA-Winchester
The CARE Partner provides assistance with activities of daily living that promotes a high quality of life to the older adults being served throughout National Lutheran Communities &Services (NLCS). This position is an introduction to the aging services field while making a positive impact in the lives of older adults. Some responsibilities include: - Provides support to myPotential at Home services and staff - Provides light housekeeping, including trash removal and providing client with laundry and linen changes to include washing, ironing, and folding - Develop connections with clients by helping with their everyday needs - May provide assistance with grocery trips, pharmacy deliveries and other resident needs throughout our community - Participate in community activities that engage our older adults in a meaningful way - Outgoing, friendly personality. CARE Partner must be able to establish and maintain positive relationships with older adults and have a sincere desire to serve others - Provide friendly conversation and reorientation as needed - Provide pet care to clients - Communication & Interpersonal skills - Communicate with team members at all levels to meet the needs of older adults and relay information concerning their condition if needed - An introduction to aging services field while making a positive impact in the lives of older adults - Possess a thorough understanding of the position as it relates to our culture and mission
Community
MyPotential at Home Virginia
ID
2021-1529
Category
Nursing/Clinical
Type
PRN/On-Call
Shift
Any
Job Locations US-MD-Rockville
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is responsible for delivering assistance in a caring and respectful manner, in accordance with relevant policies of NLCS and myPotential at Home and industry standards to meet the needs of clients and their families/caregivers. This position provides a variety of services associated with activities of daily living to meet client needs in his/her home. Some responsibilities include: -   Observes clients and their environments and reports behavior, physical and/or cognitive changes, and/or changes in living arrangements to Supervisor (and agency as required) -   Provides the daily personal care needs of clients as written in care plan to include but not limited to: - Obtaining vital signs - Bathing, grooming, and general hygiene - Assisting with body positioning or transferring in and out of bed and/or wheelchair - Observing and reporting changes in client’s condition, including vital - Assistance with bowel & bladder control, devices & training programs - Assisting clients with self-administration of medication to include medication reminders - Assistance with therapeutic or passive range of motion exercises - Perform routine and delegated procedures assigned by a RN, PT, or OT specified in care plan, with instruction for performing the procedures for the client - Observe clients and their environments and reports behavior, physical and/or cognitive changes, and/or changes in living arrangements to Supervisor - Provides client with laundry and linen - Provides for a safe living environment for client without infringing on the client’s - No assistance is to be offered regarding any financial matters of the - Report any change in the client's location to the Clinical Director -  Maintains records as required
Community
MyPotential at Home Maryland
ID
2021-1528
Category
Nursing/Clinical
Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift
Any
Job Locations US-VA-Staunton
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is responsible for providing direct, hands-on care to residents to ensure residents attain or maintain the highest possible physical, mental and emotional well-being. Some responsibilities include: - Encourages resident’s highest level of functioning, allowing and encouraging residents to participate in self-care and providing cues and assistance as needed.  Gives general care to residents to include: - Bathes residents; gives showers, whirlpool baths and bed baths - Provides mouth care, brushing teeth or applying dentures - Assists with dressing residents; assures residents are appropriately and comfortably clothed - Gives personal care to include hair care, beauty care, shaves male residents, cleans and trims nails - Makes beds, sets rooms in order, waters flowers, and fills water pitchers - Cares for glasses, dentures, beds and other equipment used in the care of residents - Under direction, assists with and/or performs procedures that have been assigned and with supervision to include: - Admitting, transferring, discharging residents; - Taking and recording vital signs, measuring and recording intake and output; - Collecting specimens; - Giving care to residents in casts or traction; - Giving enemas, - Orients new residents to environment, room, roommate, staff and routine; - Weighing and measuring residents and recording results; - Documenting on voiding diary BM’s and food - Assists patients to and from the bathroom, offers bedpans and participates in keeping incontinent patients clean at all times. Changes linens as often as necessary. Assists in bowel and bladder training program - Participates in transferring residents from bed/chair using good body mechanics. Obtains assistance for all total lift transfers - Participates in resident meals, providing assistance and care throughout the meal as needed including; assisting with menu selection, providing nourishment and fresh water, supervising and assisting during dining, assisting in personal care after meals - Assists residents for naps and bedtime.  Turns and positions residents as needed - Performs personal services for residents to promote comfort, security and rehabilitation    Responds promptly to call lights for residents - Observes residents refusal of care, mood, reaction, appetite, etc., and reports findings to supervisor immediately. Reports any injuries to residents immediately - Applies standard precautions in all resident care. Follows isolation procedures when indicated - Participates in the orientation of new or temporary staff to the unit to assure continuity in the delivery of resident care - Supports, maintains and assists with projects related to the Activity Programs of the facility. - Promotes and encourages social interactions from residents during meals, during direct care and at other times as appropriate - Assists with restorative and rehabilitative care of residents    Participates in unit cleaning duties, as directed
Community
The Legacy at North Augusta
ID
2021-1527
Category
Nursing/Clinical
Type
PRN/On-Call
Shift
Any
Job Locations US-VA-Winchester
The Executive Director (ED) has authority over and is accountable for the overall delivery of facility operations. This responsibility includes overall management for operating the facility including resident services, program planning, revenue generation, operational analysis, financial analysis, problem resolution, personnel management and performance improvement. Some responsibilities include: - The ED partners with the facility leadership team to create successful strategies and to translate strategic priorities into entity-level operating plans. - Partners with Talent & Culture team and staff managers across the facility to ensure that the right people are in the right jobs; that they are competent and motivated to do the right things for NLCS residents, employees and guest; that they have the right tools and support to perform effectively and efficiently in their respective roles. - Has a fiduciary responsibility to ensure that all NLCS policies and procedures, state and federal laws and regulations are upheld, and that the NLCS culture of high-quality resident care is achieved and maintained; the ED provides a leadership role in defining programs, services and objectives in supporting NLCS culture. - Is Responsible for the development of the annual Budget and Accountable for the implementation of and adherence to the budget in order to maintain a balance between quality and fiscal matters. - Assures the provision of high quality services needed and/or desired by residents. - Attains and/or maintains ongoing compliance with appropriate local, state, federal, regulatory, and/or accrediting body standards. Ensures that the residence is prepared for inspection by regulatory agencies through regular auditing and updating of program, policies and procedures, medical records documentation, environmental standards, etc. - Hires, supervises, motivates and evaluates department directors.  Facilitates teamwork among department directors and between residences. Documents evaluation of job performances of department directors at least annually. Actively promotes staff participation and involvement in the day-to-day operations and decision-making. Promotes team building through participation and/or leadership at regular staff meetings. - Presents information about the organization to outside community groups. Makes an active contribution towards improving community relations, increasing positive public regard and overall awareness. - Attains and/or maintains the targeted occupancy level. - Monitors, on a routine and ongoing basis, key measurable indicators of daily operations. - Maintains appropriate levels of confidentiality. - Demonstrates an appreciation of the heritage, values, and wisdom of the residents and an understanding of the aging process. - Strives to attain excellence in consumer satisfaction through ongoing solicitation and measurement of feedback, implementation of suggestions, interactive problem solving with residents, and an annual program evaluation/quality assurance effort. - Makes measurable improvements in the overall coordination of all aspects of the resident services. - Ensures maintenance of the physical plant is in optimum condition, including furnishings, equipment and grounds. Responsible for ensuring that a safe and sanitary environment is provided for residents, staff and guests. - Supports and participates in the resident-centered life enrichment program. - Assures that all staff members treat each other with respect. Promotes and implements constructive problem solving. - Provides motivation, recognition, and opportunity for staff development. - Promotes cross training and cross-utilization of staff. - Promotes cooperation with all local, regional and state agencies concerned with licensing and maintaining the facility. - Implement quality control measures. - Must be accessible via telephone 24 hours a day, seven days a week unless a designee is in place. - Provides strong supervisory, management, leadership and coaching skills for leadership team. - Partners in the position on-boarding of leadership staff; ensures appropriate training on standards of NLCS operating practices during the orientation of new leadership employees. - Support development and implementation of corporate programs - Provides ongoing coaching, supervisory, performance management, training and leadership for their team - Build trust and accountability by frequently holding coaching conversations with team members to develop, mentor, and provide constructive feedback to support team members’ goals and strategies - Conduct required stay interviews for all newly hired team members - Practices regular Coaching Conversations with direct reports to build up and equip - Monitors the application and effectiveness of NLCS management development and employee training programs; determines the need for and plans, prepares, coordinates and conducts programs on NLCS subject matters related to personnel policies, practices and procedures. - In collaboration with the NLCS Finance department is responsible for developing facility operating and capital budgets and meeting both operational and financial goals of the organization. - Make budgetary recommendations; identify facility cost savings. Manage budgeted expenses against actual operations.
Community
The Village at Orchard Ridge
ID
2021-1526
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift
Day Shift
Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore
The Driver performs a variety of activities related to the transportation of residents. Some responsibilities include: -   Responsible for the transport of residents in a safe and professional manner to all officially assigned destinations, appointments, and shopping trips as scheduled. Makes no unscheduled side trips -   Responsible for keeping vehicles and equipment maintained, ensuring that the vehicle has all necessary supplies -   Responsible for vehicles documented scheduled routine maintenance -   Maintains vehicles a clean condition inside and out at all times. This includes regular washing, vacuuming and cleaning of windows -   Maintains vehicle mileage and trip logs
Community
The Village at Augsburg
ID
2021-1525
Category
ConnectedLiving/Wellness
Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift
Any
Job Locations US-MD-Rockville
The Registered Nurse (RN) has primary responsibility and accountability in assisting in the provision of quality comprehensive nursing care to the residents/guests. The core RN Staff Nurse functions including assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating the care of a designated group of residents. Some responsibilities include: - Responsible for managing all assigned personnel, supplies and equipment on the unit and for promoting team work. Ensures continuity and quality care on the assigned unit - Ensures appropriate in-service education programs are conducted for nursing personnel as determined by resident needs and as required by state/federal regulations - Provides strong supervisory and coaching skills for nursing assistant and medication aide staff - Partners in the position on-boarding of Nursing Service Staff; ensure appropriate training on NLCS standards of Nursing Services practices during the orientation of new employees - Assesses residents’ physical and psychosocial status and environmental needs of assigned residents. - Identifies needs for other services/disciplines for residents and intervenes appropriately to secure these services - Documents admissions and completes ongoing nursing assessments on assigned residents - Develops measurable goals, admission and staff plans with physicians, resident, families and interdisciplinary team members. Documents and communicates plans appropriately - From continual assessment, reviews and revises resident care plan needs, concerns and goal changes. - Communicates changes with RN Care Coach. Identifies necessary and appropriate nursing interventions pertinent to the plan of care - Demonstrates clinical competence to assess the physical, spiritual, psychological and emotional needs of each resident. Intervenes appropriately, requesting physician or other department intervention as appropriate. Ensures that documentation is completed as required - Collaborates and communicates, with tact and sensitivity, with other team members and departments to coordinate an interdisciplinary approach to resident care. Identifies and interprets the psychological reaction of the residents and takes appropriate action within the time frame necessary. Documents nursing interventions and resident response to care accurately, timely and completely - Administers resident treatments and procedures in accordance with physician orders and NLCS nursing policies and procedures - Administers medication and IV fluids skillfully, safely and as required - Handles crisis situations in a prompt, precise and professional manner. Actively participates in the direct delivery of resident care. Completes rounds to ensure that residents are receiving the appropriate nursing care in an appropriate time frame. Ensures that a safe, comfortable, clean environment is maintained - Organizes information and communicates with physicians and supervisor regarding relevant patient care issues. Coordinates activities on the assigned unit to ensure appropriate functioning of the unit and continuity of quality care. Transcribes/verifies physician orders, coordinates testing, treatments and procedures with other departments - Follows up on nursing care to ensure residents satisfaction. Ensures standards of patient care are utilized and delegates responsibilities as defined by policy or necessary to ensure appropriate resident care. - Monitors and assists assigned staff as necessary to ensure completion of all tasks properly and in a timely manner - Partners in answering residents call light and assists with resident other nursing staff as needed - Documents resident care and observations for assigned residents - Assists in direct resident care such as handling or moving residents - Responds to emergency and/or life threatening situations and provides assistance as required - Participates in implementation of admission and discharge of residents as delegated
Community
The Village at Rockville
ID
2021-1522
Category
Nursing/Clinical
Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift
Day Shift