Charge Nurse at Inspired Living- Saturday 7am- 3pm
Inspired Living Alpharetta, GA
- Expired: October 31, 2020. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job DetailsJob LocationInspired Living at Alpharetta - Alpharetta, GAPosition TypePart TimeTravel PercentageNoneJob Shift7am - 3pmDescriptionInspired Living is looking for compassionate individuals who want to support our residents & who complement our hardworking and dedicated teams!Summary/ObjectiveThe duties and responsibilities of the Charge Nurse include managing the day to day healthcare operations of the Community to ensure residents' healthcare needs are met. The Charge Nurse will ensure all residents are treated with respect and dignity as well as managing the quality of their care as their healthcare needs change while ensuring nurse coverage for all shifts and assisting the Health and Wellness Director with scheduling and leadership to the care team. Charge Nurses are customer service experts who interact with leadership, families, vendors, guests, and other associates while displaying exceptional professionalism.Essential FunctionsEnsures consistent quality resident care and service delivery throughout all shifts; this may require assuming the responsibilities of a Resident Care Associate in order to meet the residents' needs and staffing requirementsProvides training and education to new LPNs and Resident Care Associates on an ongoing basis to include classroom in-services and situation-specific training; promotes the company's commitment to compassionate care aligned with our positive approach to care trainingAssists in the maintenance of resident charts and review of documentation performed by caregiving staffAs allowed by the Nurse Practice Act, assists in assessing the health, functional, and psychosocial status of residentsEvaluates the effectiveness and maximizes the resident's opportunity to remain in their environmentEnsures and conducts Personal Service Plan reviews and updates, according to Validus Senior Living and state requirements, to ensure residents' service needs are metAssists in the achievement of occupancy goals by monitoring the health, safety and wellbeing of residents, proactively identifying those at risk for move outImplements timely problem solvingOversees and manages the continuity and consistency of medication training, pharmacy management, and medication supervision and/or administration in the CommunityConducts periodic Care Associate medication skills inventory checks, and periodic medication audits per Validus Senior Living GuidelinesImplements and maintains Validus Senior Living operating standards, systems, and processes.
Monitors and participates in Quality Improvement and Risk Management programs at Safety Committee Meetings, Collaborative Care Meetings and Family Care ConferencesAssists in the scheduling and follow-through of physician visits including, but not limited to, dental appointments, eye appointments, therapy, and hospice both in house and scheduled visits out of the Community. Ensures communication, as appropriate, on the results of these visitsAssists in keeping the environment safe for Associates to reduce the occurrence of Workers' Compensation claimsParticipates in Community events, including family and social functionsShares on-call responsibilities/shifts as requiredAssists with onboarding training of new hires to the Inspired Living CommunityOther duties as assigned by managementSupervisory SkillsThe Charge Nurse may supervise LPNs, CNAs, medication technicians, and resident Care Associates with a focus on compassionate care, resident satisfaction, Associate satisfaction, and operational excellence.QualificationsWork EnvironmentWorks in a well-lighted area that is ventilated and as physically, physiologically, and psychologically innocuous as possible under the conditions which exist at any particular time. On occasion, there may be exposure to outdoor spaces, which will, by their nature, have variances in air quality, temperature, walking surfaces, lighting, and other physical aspects.
The noise level is moderate. The noise level is moderate to quiet. Because the essential functions may require exposure to bodily functions and infectious waste, diseases, odors, and other situations associated with health care, including but not limited to exposure to AIDS, HIV and Hepatitis B viruses involving Risk Classification Categories 2 and 3**, environmental and safety conditions will fluctuate.
To be qualified for the position of RN/LPN, an applicant/employee will need to possess the ability to work in an environment conducive to caring for residents without posing a substantial safety or health threat to one's self or others.Physical DemandsThe physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an Associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the associate is regularly required to talk and hear.
This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping and crouching all day. The associate must frequently lift or move objects and patients over 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.Certifications, Licenses, Education and Experience and other Special RequirementsThe Charge Nurse will have an active first aid/CPR/AED Certification and will maintain CEU requirements throughout employment, as required for licensure.
S(he) will preferably have a minimum of two years of leadership in the senior living, memory care, or acute care environment. The Charge Nurse should possess exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal as well as strong planning and organizational skills. They should also exhibit exceptional teamwork skills, bedside manner, infection control, health promotion, and maintenance as well as the ability to maintain a safe, effective environment.
The Charge Nurse should exemplify leadership competencies focused on the development of staff, compliance, and the fulfillment of our mission.#ZR