The company is a provider of Senior Living Services.
- Be a part of an evolving continuum of care through the use of a holistic approach to the health and wellness of a geriatric population.
- Serve as a clinical leader and collaborate with other leaders to meet the comprehensive health care needs of geriatric residents in a community setting.
- Apply principles of evidence-based practice to promote quality care within the framework of an exceptional, best-in-class care delivery model.
- Provide clinical care through the direct application of the nursing process; perform and document resident assessments, complete Individualized Service Plans, provide or delegate hands-on clinical care and evaluate resident outcomes.
- Coordinate with physicians, select preferred providers and team members to champion an integrated approach to resident care and promote positive clinical outcomes
- Hire, train, educate, manage, direct, and monitor the nursing team, medication-care managers and other caregivers.
- Lead the community medication management program through the application of principles of safety in the medication use process.
- Lead clinical quality and process-improvement efforts through the tracking, trending and evaluating of clinical data to recognize clinical excellence and identify areas of opportunity.
- You clearly care about seniors and enjoy connecting with them.
- You're passionate about nursing and coordinating excellent, evidence-based clinical care.
- You're a confident team-builder and strong communicator
- You have a real desire and ability to mentor and teach others to succeed.
- Graduation from an approved college or school of nursing.
- Current state licensure as a professional registered nurse (RN).
- 2+ years of experience as an RN; one year in home health, assisted living, or long-term care preferred.
- 1+ years of nursing management experience to include hiring, coaching, performance management, scheduling, and daily operations supervision.
- Experience tracking, trending, and analyzing clinical performance data preferred.
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