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Assistant Director of Nursing

Come join our Family Owned and Operated Community. We offer competitive pay, company benefits, and we have wonderful residents.
Reports to: Director of Nursing

Position Status: Full-time.

Salary: Based on experience.

Hours of Operation: The hours will be set by the Apartment Director of Nursing; does include evenings and weekends as necessary, and rotation on-call rotation.

We offer Medical, Dental, Vision, ETO/PTO, 401k, ST/LT Disability, and Employee Assistance Program.

Job Summary: The Assistant Director of Nursing primary function is to assess residents’ health problems and needs, to develop and implement nursing care plans, and maintain medical records. In addition, this position provides clinical supervision to Nursing Assistants (CNA and CMA) who provide direct resident care.

Essential Functions / Duties:

Assist with Interviewing and selecting candidates for nursing staff positions, as needed, or directed; recommend the number and level of personnel to be employed to the Apartment Director.
Assist with conducting orientation for nursing staff; develop training/competency and orientation program for all nursing staff.
Counsel supervised nursing staff and recommended disci­plinary action to the Director of Nursing; participate in the employee evaluation process by providing information on the clinical performance of nursing staff to the Director of Nursing.
Provide clinical supervision to all nursing staff providing direct resident care; instruct staff in proper, preventative safety measures and use of adaptive equipment to meet the needs of each resident.
Provide treatments, dressings changes, injections (including flu, B-12, insulin) and blood glucose monitoring as ordered.
Conduct daily clinic/nurse visits – this includes blood pressure checks, giving and reading results of TB skin tests as well as checking on those with acute concerns; contact physician as needed and proper implementation of all orders.
Assist DON to conduct assessments on current and prospective Assisted Living residents
Conduct full assessments on current residents due to falls and other changes in resident’s health; pre-screening; individual evaluation plan; resident care assessments.
Assist with Reviewing MARs as needed for accuracy as it pertains to the resident receiving medication administration.
Interpret policies and procedures to staff, residents, families, and physicians.
Assess resident equipment and supply needs within the unit and make recommendations to the Apartment Director.
Support with Conducting admissions, discharges, or transfers into Assisted Living; this requires coordination with other departments, physicians, and ancillary service providers (i.e., pharmacies, families, and discharging facility); follow-up with staff to ensure tasks are completed; obtain physician’s orders and any revisions for all treatments needed.
Participate in facility education programs and coordinate staff activities with the Director of Nursing.
Attend staff meetings, in‑service classes, and committee meetings as assigned.
Assist with conducting staff meetings with all shifts for purposes of planning, coordinating, and implementing nursing service policies and procedures.
Supervise response time to resident’s call for assist­ance.
Listen to resident, family, or physician concerns and initiate corrective action and/or report concerns to Director of Nursing.
Assist with identifying special nursing problems and emergency situations quickly; initiate immediate “life-saving” measures in the absence of a physician.
Responsible for compliance with federal, state, and local regulations; monitor RN, LPN, CMA, and CNA documentation and standards of practice for compliance with federal and state guidelines.
Operate computers programmed with software needed to record, store, and analyze resident information; operate copy/fax/printer machines to send documents and produce documents.
Must be able to provide staff support for any shift, if necessary, as directed by the Director of Nursing.
Perform other related duties as directed by the Director of Nursing.
Please refer to the Physical and Other Requirements section for abilities that are essential as they relate to the ability to do duties listed above.
Education and Experiences: Prior experience in a similar working environment is preferred, but not a requirement of the position. It is preferred this position be an LPN (Licensed Nurse) in the state of Kansas. Supervisory experience is required.

Abilities: The successful candidate will have a poised, professional demeanor, and a positive attitude. They will be resourceful and possess the ability to take the initiative in a changing workplace and adapt to varying requirements and needs. Specific abilities include:

Ability to understand, observe, and enforce infection control proce­dures related to facility services.
Ability to observe all facility safety policies and procedures.
Ability to understand and recognize potential physical, chemical, and electrical hazards and take immediate corrective action as appropriate.
Ability to understand and enforce the Exposure Control Plan as this position risks occupational exposure to blood borne patho­gens and other infectious material as an essential function of the job.
Ability to safeguard the privacy of Residents’ health information.
Ability to speak, read, and write in English, and follow verbal and written directions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public, residents, and staff.
Ability to use computers; the ability to use the designated facility computer system (or systems) at a proficient level.
Ability to perform other related duties as directed by administration.
Must attend staff meetings, in-service classes, and committee meetings as assigned or required.
Physical and Other Requirements: Primarily this position works in residents’ rooms as well as other areas and is subject to lifting, transporting, and supporting residents. In addition, this position interacts with residents, family members, staff, etc., under all conditions and circumstances and must be constantly alert for resident safety. This position is also subject to exposure to infectious diseases, conditions, etc., including the Hepatitis B viruses.

This position operates in a professional office environment and routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets, and fax machines.

This position requires the following abilities as essential to the position:

Ability to sit, stand, bend, stoop, stretch, crawl, crouch, kneel, balance, finger, grasp, push, pull, reach, or walk.
Ability to lift people/objects from a lower to higher posi­tion or moving people/objects along a horizontal level but from position to position. This includes lifting and carrying weights in the 35-to-50-pound range.
Ability to exert force upon an object in order to draw, drag or tug objects toward the source of the force in a sustained motion.

Compensation based on experience.

Apply at www.mccriteplaza.com

Nurse Aide

This position can be full-time or part-time working 10:00pm to 6:00am. This person is responsible for patient care, toileting, transfers and more. Certification is not required, will train for the position.

Compensation: Competitive base salary with rich benefit package including PTO and a Pension Plan.

To apply, visit our website at https://www.sabethahospital.com/getpage.php?name=employment&sub=Careers

Apply by 07/05/2024

Sabetha Community Hospital
14th & Oregon Street
Sabetha, KS 66534
United States

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Lexington Park Health and Rehab is a skilled nursing facility and long term senior care facility offering 24-hour nursing care. Our professional nursing staff works hand in hand with our Rehabilitation, Activities, Dietary and Social Services departments to orchestrate total care for each resident. Lexington Park team strives to help residents reach their fullest potential.
Job Description: Employee is required to provide direct care to facility residents, primarily for their activities of daily living.

Compensation: $16-17 hr (evening shift gets $2hr added to their base wage and night shift gets $1hr added to their base wage)

Call or text 785-435-9034 to set up an interview. Applications can be completed on our online application site listed below as well but this is not necessary to complete before the interview.

Apply by 04/09/2024

Apply online at https://midwesthealth.hcshiring.com/jobs?location=Lexington%20Park%20Health%20%26%20Rehab

Lexington Park Health and Rehab
1031 SW Fleming Ct.
Topeka, Kansas 66604

Certified Medication Aide (CMA)

Lexington Park Health and Rehab is a skilled nursing facility and long term senior care facility offering 24-hour nursing care. Our professional nursing staff works hand in hand with our Rehabilitation, Activities, Dietary and Social Services departments to orchestrate total care for each resident. The Lexington Park team strives to help residents reach their fullest potential.

Job Description: Passes medications and provides direct care to facility residents.

Compensation: $17-18 hr (evening shift gets $2hr added to their base wage and night shift gets $1hr added to their base wage)

Apply by 04/09/2024

Call or text 785-435-9034 to set up an interview. Applications can be completed on our Online application site listed below as well but this is not necessary to complete before the interview.

Apply online at https://midwesthealth.hcshiring.com/jobs?location=Lexington%20Park%20Health%20%26%20Rehab

Lexington Park Health and Rehab
1031 SW Fleming Ct.
Topeka, Kansas 66604