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LeadingAge Georgia is the statewide association that represents the key not-for-profit and other mission-driven organizations dedicated to providing quality housing, health care, and community-based services that people need, when they need them, in the places they call home. Our members offer the full array of aging services in Georgia: adult day services, home & community-based services, senior retirement housing, assisted living communities, continuing care retirement communities, nursing homes and hospice care. These providers are committed to advancing the vision of healthy, affordable and ethical long-term care for older Georgians.

LeadingAge Georgia philosophy, summarized by the phrase "Communities that Care", is based on a commitment to care for the total person. Our members demonstrate a concern for the social, spiritual, environmental and health needs of the older person entrusted to their care. We recognize that long-term care housing and community services should be tailored to individual needs. Members are dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for older adults by placing the needs of the individuals served above all else. Not-for-profit providers turn any surplus revenue back into improving facilities and expanding services, and exist for only one reason: to provide high quality services for their residents and clients.

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    Housekeeper

    Canterbury Court in Atlanta

    Canterbury Court is looking for a Housekeeper to join our family. This is a full-time position located in the Hospitality division of our Life Plan Community (LPC). We invite you to experience Canterbury Court.

    Responsibilities

    • Performs general cleaning duties in apartments consisting of dusting furniture, vacuuming floors, emptying trash, changing bed linens, cleaning bathrooms and kitchen units thoroughly, sweeping balconies, washing glass doors, cleaning ceiling vents.
    • Cleans floor lounges which involves sweeping balconies, cleaning mirrors, dusting furniture, vacuuming carpets, washing windows, defrosting and cleaning refrigerators, cleaning stoves, ovens, and kitchen units.
    • Clean floor laundry rooms by mopping floors, cleaning dryer vents and washing appliances.
    • Performs other cleaning duties on floor chutes and floor hallways.
    • Maintains equipment which includes vacuums and carts.
    • Uses cleaning substances in a safe and responsible manner.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    Tasks

    Perform various clerical duties relating to the updating and organizing of information on the nursing units as illustrated by the following:

    • Maintenance tasks relating to chart order, chart accuracy and chart current data.
    • Stock units with office and medical supplies weekly; prepare requisitions to maintain established inventories.
    • Coordinate specific work tasks with other personnel within the unit as well as within other units and departments in order to ensure the smooth and efficient flow of information.
    • Respond to inquiries relating to the employee’s particular area within given timeframes and within established policy.
    • Participate in computer training and assume gradually increasing computer-related responsibilities.
    • Perform nursing functions using established procedures, policies, guidelines and standards as observed by the registered nurse.
    • Communicate effectively with patient and approved parties regarding plan of care.  
    • Work collaboratively with other members of the health care team in coordination of the patient's care.
    • Answer and refer telephone calls or other inquires to ensure accurate and timely communications are facilitated.
    • Have a solid understanding of and compassion for human behavior, and the psychological development of the aged.

    Education & Experience

    • Minimum grammar school education. Must be able to read, write, and follow verbal and written instructions.
    • Some experience helpful. Training will be provided for all required functions. Should be honest, possess good judgement, tact, compassion and integrity.
    • Completion of relevant state Board of Nursing approved
    • Current AHA Healthcare Provider training (BCLS)

    Preferred Education & Experience

    • One year of experience in housekeeping.
    • Experience in Senior Care or hospital environment
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    Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Charge Nurse

    Canterbury Court in Atlanta

    Canterbury Court is looking for a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Charge Nurse to join our family. This is a full-time position located in the long-term care division of our Life Plan Community (LPC). We invite you to experience Canterbury Court.

    Responsibilities

    The LPN charge nurse will provide care and treatment for our residents as prescribed by physicians and in accordance with state and federal government regulations while treating all matters with the highest level of confidentiality and respect. The LPN charge nurse will also oversee the work of certified nursing aides to ensure general care and monitoring of our residents are provided.

    Tasks

    • Perform nursing functions using established procedures, policies, guidelines and standards as observed by the registered nurse.
    • Administer medication accurately, observing patient response, as evidenced by documentation in the medical record and lack of negative outcomes
    • Communicate effectively with patient and approved parties regarding plan of care.
    • Work collaboratively with other members of the healthcare team in coordination of the patient's care.
    • Answer and refer telephone calls or other inquiries to ensure accurate and timely communications are facilitated.
    • Have a solid understanding of and compassion for human behavior, and the psychological development of the aged

    Education and Experience

    • Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing.
    • Valid registration as an LPN in the state of Georgia.
    • Completion of relevant state Board of Nursing approved.
    • Current AHA Healthcare Provider training (BCLS).

    Preferred Education and Experience

    • One year of experience in long-term care setting.
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    Residential Administrator III

    Wesley woods senior living - Atlanta

    The mission of Wesley Woods is to help people age with grace.

    Since 1953, Wesley Woods has been making the retirement experience healthy and fulfilling for older adults of all income levels, race, and faith. Throughout Atlanta and across North Georgia we operate comfortable retirement communities that emphasize wellness, socialization, education and personal spiritual fulfillment for our residents. We are looking for someone that wants to make a difference.

    Job Description

    Under the general supervision of the President and Chief Executive Office of Wesley Woods Senior Living, Inc., the Residential Administrator leads the development and administrative operations of a Wesley Woods retirement community. In collaboration with other communities of WWSL, the Administrator manages the programs and services of the retirement community. The Administrator is accountable for the financial operation of the community; ensuring compliance with governmental regulations and certification standards; leading, managing and supporting the employees and volunteers of the community; and for the development and management of a market oriented program of care and services.

    Key Responsibilities

    Planning – In conjunction with the Vice President of Operations of WWSL develops long-term and short-term plans for a geriatric community, part of Wesley Woods retirement communities. Develop plans for new services at the community including licenses, permits, professional consulting, staffing, funding etc. as needed. Maintains a current understanding of the work of Wesley Woods and the overall strategic plan, mission, vision and values of Wesley Woods.

    Operates – Operates the community according to the strategic objectives of WWSL and according to established governmental agencies including the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations as applicable; achieving acceptable operation ratings on the yearly HUD review as applicable. Directs the day-to-day administrative and management functions for all aspects of the community and staff, including dining and nutrition, physical plant and resident programs.

    Develops – Develops and oversees the community operating and capital budgets; obtaining approval from WWSL administration, appropriate boards and governmental agencies. Develops and maintains needed processes and programs such as a marketing program to maintain census projections and an admission process for new residents and/or patients.

    Manages – Manages residential staff in accordance with WWSL Human Resources policies, providing the leadership in interviewing, hiring, disciplining, training and evaluating staff performance in collaboration with Human Resources administrative staff. Ensures staff attendance at required administrative educational offerings as appropriate; provide other opportunities for professional growth.

    Relationships – Maintains appropriate working relationships with the larger community and civic leaders and works closely with Foundation staff members, Board and volunteers on fundraising activities. Cultivates relationships with established and prospective donors. Maintains volunteer network for Wesley Woods and maintains contacts with institutions investing assets contributed to Wesley Woods. Makes presentations to appropriate community groups, donor groups or churches.

    Implements – Implements and monitors corporate policies and procedures relating to safety, risk management, finance, human resources, and fund raising. Assists in the development of company-wide policies and procedures, updating as needed.

    Oversees – Oversees the construction, installation or repair of capital improvements to property. Leads the planning and implementation of construction and repair projects.

    Reports – Provides reports and/or related documents and materials to senior staff as needed. Maintains and provides appropriate documentation as required. Provides reports and/or related documents and materials to senior staff as needed. Maintains and provides appropriate documentation as required.

    Professional Development – Pursues training and development opportunities, attending educational opportunities to keeps current in developments in important to the success of the program.Pursues training and development opportunities, attending educational opportunities to keeps current in developments in important to the success of the program.

    Professional Standards – Demonstrates consistent and exceptional professional work behavior.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree preferably in management, hospitality or other related field. Master’s preferred.
    • 5+ years’ experience in administration and management in a residential Community, long term care or equivalent community experience.
    • Excellent planning, organizational and analytical skills.
    • Ability to perform responsibilities without direct supervisor, determining appropriate actions and execute effective solutions.
    • Proven progressive leadership and management skills, collaboratively managing a diverse staff.
    • Knowledge of technical requirements of appropriate government regulations applicable to the community, budgeting, marketing and planning.
    • Ability to effectively work with computer programs such as Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, and other software solutions used to manage the day to day operations
    • Communicates effectively in writing and makes exceptional oral presentations.

    Working Conditions

    Normal office environment in a geriatric residential community. Some travel required to administration offices and meetings.

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