Universal Care Associate

Employment Type

: Full-Time


: Healthcare - Nursing

Universal Care Associate FT

Brooking Park, a beautiful upscale retirement living facility located in Chesterfield, MO is seeking to hire a full-time, passionate and creative individual to join our team as a Universal Care Associate for our Memory Care Unit. Seeking someone who is kind hearted, has good initiative and enjoys enriching the lives of others. In return, you’ll enjoy working with compassionate, reliable and dedicated team players with a great work ethic. All you need to do is bring your personality, enthusiasm, talent and team spirit with you and we will do the rest. After all, we are the experts in helping people get to where they want to be. Come join our family!

The duties and responsibilities include preparing and serving meals and snacks, light housekeeping and assisting Residents with engaging activities.

The minimum requirements are at least 1-year of dietary, housekeeping and/or activity experience. Experience in Memory/Alzheimer’s care is desired.

Required Skills:

· Understanding of cultural diversity and the needs of an aging population.

· Excellent verbal and communication skills.

· Strong time management and organizational skills.

Benefits include:

· Medical/dental/visions

· PTO (16 days)

· 401k with company matching

· Low cost Gym membership

· Free lunch

· On major bus routes

If you have any questions call Kristian Bacon at 314-269-1822

Job Requirements:
  • Follow up with patients for care coordination services
  • Deliver palliative care and related health care services to children and families
  • Oversee care coordination and health coaching for the patients
  • Manage assigned panel of chronic care patients
  • Ensure that patients are receiving appropriate care
  • Work with patients to plan and monitor care
  • Bringing the benefits of coordinated care to patients
  • Facilitate the daily operations of the department
  • Oversee care coordination for the primary care practice's patients
  • Meet member in various health care settings
  • Interact in multiple care settings
  • Communicate essential patient information to home care clinicians initiating patient care
  • Coordinate care plans, discharge planning, and long term care services
  • Receiving quality care from caregivers
  • Contacting patients to schedule transitional care services and home visits
  • Identify progress toward desired care outcomes; intervening to overcome deviations in the expected plan of care; reviewing the care plan with patients in conjunction with the direct care
  • Identify the primary care team involved in the specialty patient care
  • Utilize assessment skills and risk assessment tools to identify patients with actual or potential care needs that would require care coordination
  • Promote adherence to a care plan
  • Connect patient back to primary care physician and primary care coordinator team

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