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Program Director Evergreen Woods in North Branford, CT
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The Program Director at a Brightview community serves as a champion and coach to our team of associates and residents with an immediate and sustained goal of shaping and fostering a spirit of vibrant living in the community. In fact, this position is so focused on motivating, encouraging and ensuring that all of our residents live their fullest lives possible, that it officially carries the title of Vibrant Living Director.

In this role, you will provide leadership and direction to all associates with particular focus on guaranteeing the delivery of high quality and vibrant social, physical, educational and spiritual programs for all residents.

You will also monitor trends and new developments in senior living and related fields and will support the development and execution of robust, varied, and meaningful programs. In addition, you will develop and share strategies and best practices, serve as a project manager for company-wide initiatives and wellness initiatives, and will be charged with developing and implementing efficient strategies and tools to measure resident participation and satisfaction. This is a critical role within the Brightview community leadership team, and allows for the opportunity to create a dramatic and positive impact on our residents' ability to live an active, vibrant life!

This Life Care campus in North Branford is set in extraordinary natural beauty, surrounded by 66 acres of protected woods with walking trails, yet close to the seaside towns and marinas of Connecticut's shoreline. The theaters, galleries, major universities and restaurants of New Haven and the world-renowned health care and continuing education of Yale University are a short drive away. This is more than a premier retirement community; it's a vibrant village created for a life of comfort, pleasure, growth, and inspiration.

Our residents enjoy a world of activities and people who share your interests. Our attentive staff is second to none; committed to every detail. The Vibrant Living Director is critical to delivering our brand promise. If this is an opportunity that excites you, we invite you to apply.

With our residents in mind, the right candidate will have:
  • Bachelor's Degree in a field that lends itself to the support of vibrant living in a senior environment; marketing, education or geriatrics preferred.
  • Minimum of seven years of experience in a high energy, public role, three of which are in a leadership/supervisory capacity; preferred experience includes event or activities planning, sales, and/or training.
  • Demonstrated ability to think creatively and influence others.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills and the ability to connect and communicate effectively with diverse audiences.
  • Excellent written communication skills including proper grammar and professional writing.
  • Ability to apply logic, reasoning and creative thinking to solve nebulous or complex problems and challenges.
  • Experience working with in a multi-site environment.
  • Advanced computer skills with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Internet based applications such as web conferencing.
  • Ability to manage projects and to organize and manage multiple priorities.
  • Knowledge of senior living regulations and safety considerations for working with seniors.
  • Strong customer orientation to older adults.
  • Positive attitude, enthusiasm and energy.
  • Ability to communicate effectively in English.
Brightview Senior Living opened its first senior living community in 1999. The communities include Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Alzheimer's Care options and we are currently experiencing very impressive and sustained growth.

Brightview is part of The Shelter Group, a privately held company based in Baltimore, Maryland that has been in business for more than 30 years. The Shelter Group develops, manages, and owns residential real estate specializing in multi-family and senior living communities.
"Vibrant People Creating Vibrant Communities"
RN Supervisor of Assisted Living - new position to coordinate and manage all nursing and aide services to our assisted living clients. Participation in program planning, standards of care and policies concerning nursing services and provision of assistance with daily living activities.

Minimum Requirements: Must be RN supervisor with at least 2 year of clinical experience; at least 1 year of home health or community experience. Prefer experience in Assisted Living environment.

Interested candidates can email resume to employment@mcleancare.org Jody Smith, Human Resources - McLean, Simsbury, 860-658-3724
Registered Nurse- Cedar Mountain Commons, a senior living community located in Newington, and a department of Hartford Hospital, seeks two part-time registered nurses (20 hours/week) to work in its Assisted Living Services Agency. Experience in home care preferred. Understanding of needs and compassion for older adults required. For consideration apply at www.harthosp.org/careers/search.
Cedar Mountain Commons, a senior living community owned by Hartford Hospital and Jefferson House seeks a full-time cook with a minimum of 2 years restaurant/club/retirement community line experience to join our food service team. Ability to multi-task essential. Must be a team player with ability to work with a diverse staff. All cooking and baking done from scratch. ServeSafe certification preferred. Proven ability to communicate with and relate to older adults required. For consideration apply online here. For questions, contact Melissa Foisy, Clinical Recruiter at Melissa.Foisy@hhchealth.org or (860) 696-2543.
Supervisor of Clinical Services
Position is 40 hrs/wk, Monday-Friday with on-call responsibilities

Responsible for overseeing the day to day operations and clinical functions of the home health nursing team. Coordinates professional assignments and scheduling, coordinates care of the multi-disciplinary group providing care to patients, monitors clinical documentation including notes, orders, and OASIS review. Knowledge of OASIS and Home Health regulations care critical to this position. Works closely with Agency leadership to develop and implement education programs and competency.

Minimum Requirements: RN and 3 years of nursing experience, at least 1 of which must be in home care setting.
Preferred: MS and prior supervisory/management experience.

Interested candidates can email resume to hr@hebrewhealthcare.org or fax to 860-523-3858.
RN CASE MANAGER- ASSISTED LIVING (VERNON)
Non-Union—20 hrs/wk, weekdays 8:00am-1:00pm, Monday-Thursday with required on-call rotation

Provides nursing care to clients with chronic and stable conditions within an assisted living facility. Provide direct supervision of the CNA staff in the absence of the Manager. Daily responsibilities include medication management, aide supervision and client assessment. Must communicate regularly with the professional staff of the ALSA team and the assigned RN on call. Coordinates health care services for clients living in their own homes, located within an assisted living facility. Daily integration of ALSA services shared with direction from the client/family, physician, home care, hospice and out-patient services. Under the direction of the primary care physician the RN case manager will manage medications, perform assessments, provide direct care, plan aide services and is involved in teaching of client and family.

REQUIRED: Current license to practice as an RN in CT. Demonstrated experience of a minimum of 1 year direct supervision of CNA staff. Current knowledge and hands on experience with elder medication management. Experience working with elders with complex medical and psychosocial needs. DESIRED: Experience providing direct client care in an Assisted Living Facility. Experience working with a Managed Residential Community.

PT Benefits Eligible.

Interested candidates can email their resume to hr@hebrehealthcare.org or fax to 860-523-3858.
RN CASE MANAGER- ASSISTED LIVING (SIMSBURY)
Non-Union—20 hrs/wk, 5 days/wk, 4 hrs each day OR 4 days/wk, 5 hours each day with required on-call rotation

Provides nursing care to clients with chronic and stable conditions within an assisted living facility. Provide direct supervision of the CNA staff in the absence of the Manager. Daily responsibilities include medication management, aide supervision and client assessment. Must communicate regularly with the professional staff of the ALSA team and the assigned RN on call. Coordinates health care services for clients living in their own homes, located within an assisted living facility. Daily integration of ALSA services shared with direction from the client/family, physician, home care, hospice and out-patient services. Under the direction of the primary care physician the RN case manager will manage medications, perform assessments, provide direct care, plan aide services and is involved in teaching of client and family.

REQUIRED: Current license to practice as an RN in CT. Demonstrated experience of a minimum of 1 year direct supervision of CNA staff. Current knowledge and hands on experience with elder medication management. Experience working with elders with complex medical and psychosocial needs. DESIRED: Experience providing direct client care in an Assisted Living Facility. Experience working with a Managed Residential Community.

PT Benefits Eligible.

Interested candidates can email their resume to hr@hebrehealthcare.org or fax to 860-523-3858.
RN Cottage Designee
The RN Cottage is responsible for the overall supervision of nursing care in the Cottage in the absence of the SALSA.

Essential Job Duties:
  1. Assists in managing all assisted living nursing personnel in the delivery of nursing of nursing services and the provision of activities of daily living.
  2. Assist's in developing all agency objectives, standards of care, policy & procedures concerning nursing services.
  3. Assists in program planning, budgeting and evaluating activities related to the clinical services provided.
  4. Oversees the Wellness Program, assuring biweekly wellness checks are completed and resident issues are addressed.
  5. Meets with families to review service plans
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