Director of Nursing (RN)
Lenity Senior Living breathes compassion and life into every aspect of assisted living (45 apartments) and memory care (26 apartments). We have crafted a special environment for our residents, from spacious living to quality food and beautiful courtyards. Lenity is locally owned/operated in Caldwell, Idaho and has rapidly become the place of choice. Qualified applicants interested in joining our exceptional hardworking team ought to share our passions: a heart for seniors; a strong desire to help others; impeccable integrity/authenticity; and a dedication to quality care and service. Lenity strives to maintain a supportive, fun, and innovative work environment where honesty, edification, diligence, and compassion drive employment success. Currently seeking to fill both an RN and LPN position to work effectively as a team. For job consideration, please send resume profile and specific interest and background working with aging adults.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Posting closes February 17, 2020)
Wage: Depending on experience and certification(s)
Hours: Full-time, M-F business hours and PRN evenings/weekends, shared on-call
Job Requirements: Lenity Nursing team expectations are to provide exceptional resident care services to ensure innovative, quality care for all residents in a pleasant, courteous, and respectful manner; while promoting and supporting resident rights, overall well-being, and service satisfaction.
Qualified candidates must possess motivation, skill, and ability to learn and adapt to daily demands and circumstances; contribute his/her knowledge and experience to the team and demonstrate strong work ethics. Incumbent must possess core nursing skills and ability with general infection control and personal protective equipment (gloves, masks, hand hygiene) and other nursing practices to efficiently coordinate, supervise, and instruct residents and staff, which may include clinical support and recommended changes; such as, medication management, health and safety assessment, analysis, planning, hands-on evaluation, intervention, and instruction to ensure compliance in overall resident care practices and responsibilities, according to Company protocol, Federal, State, and Local rules and regulations. Skillful and effective interpersonal communication techniques.
Proven management skills and ability to oversee workflows, disciplinary action/consequences, and follow-through of the care giver team, while promoting a positive team building atmosphere. Proficiency with medical terminology, computer literacy, and general office skills. Seasoned ability to swiftly interpret, process, and take appropriate action from written and verbal communications, instruction, and established protocols; such as, physician orders. Must be able to pass a background check and possess HIPAA training. State of Idaho unencumbered License.
Preferred: Previous 3 to 5 year’s work experience in a geriatric environment or other related work experience. Minimum 2 year’s supervisory experience, clinical and business writing skills, resident electronic recordkeeping experience, and Microsoft Office skills a plus.
Note: Lenity Senior Living promotes a drug and alcohol-free work environment – mandatory pre-employment drug testing. EEO employer. Company reserves the right to change, add to, or delete job information at any time with or without prior notice.