Work in Washington Veterans Jobs

Job Information

Prestige Care Assistant Health Services Director - Assisted Living in Enumclaw, Washington

: What does the Assistant Health Services Director do? In the Assistant Health Services Director role, you would help oversee the health services department and ensures resident care needs are met by conducting assessments, developing care plans, coordinating resident care, managing health services systems and providing supervision and teaching to health services team members.:Why join the Prestige Care Family in the Assistant Health Services Director role and can we offer you? The Assistant Health Services Director role is truly unique and for the right person, is exactly what they seek in their professional life. Consider what we can offer you:* We are a 35+ year old, family owned and operated organization that has a strong promote from within culture.* You would be in a leadership position, helping to oversee the entire care program including coaching and teaching unlicensed staff (Personal Care Attendants, Medication Technicians, Resident Care Coordinators, etc.).* Robust and comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, EAP, 401k match, employer paid life and disability insurance, and more.* A defined and comprehensive month-long onboarding and training program for all new Assistant Health Services Directors.* Accessible and engaging regional operations and nursing support staff to bounce ideas off of, get additional guidance, and partnership to allow you to be a high performer. Every day in the Assistant Health Services Director role, you will... 1. Help to foster a non-clinical, resident-centered approach to the planning and delivery of services to residents, supporting residents' rights to participate in decision-making and treating residents with dignity and respect. 2. Under the direction of the Health Services Director, assesses health, functional and psychosocial status of residents, initiating individualized service plans, proactively managing care and services for each resident, and maximizing the resident's opportunity to remain in the assisted living environment. 3. Assess and evaluate residents with reported changes of condition. Provides team member direction, service planning and coordination of care to meet the residents changing needs. 4. Collaborate with the management team on the move in of prospective residents, taking into consideration the needs of the prospective resident, current community acuity and staffing levels. Provides in-person pre-move in assessments if necessary. 5. Ensure that resident care needs are met by coordinating services with other professionals, including physicians, discharge planners, nurses, home health agency staff, case managers, hospice and state agency personnel. Oversees the arrangement of ancillary services such as pharmacy, podiatry, lab, and x-ray as needed. 6. Communicate regularly with residents' families regarding health care needs. Provides education and support to residents and families. 7. Provide supervision and training to health services team members including personal care and medication management. Manage the delegation of nursing tasks as allowed under applicable state nursing laws and practice acts.: Education experience needed to qualify: Must have a current, unencumbered LPN/LVN or RN license, with a RN license strongly preferred. Experience in geriatric nursing, medication administration, case management, training/staff development, budgets and team management preferred. Must have an Associates Degree, or Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing.: Ways you can advance beyond the Assistant Health Services Director role: Once you master this role, you could consider the Health Services Director, Health Services Specialist, Regional Director of Health Services, or the Executive Director jobs with Prestige Care.: - At Prestige Care/Prestige Senior Living, it is our p