New Perspective Senior Living Director of Nursing RN (Director of Wellness) in Superior, Wisconsin
Transform your career in a role that fully utilizes your skills while providing you with the opportunity for impact. Our growth is creating energy, excitement, and chances to help improve lives both residents and team members. New Perspective Senior Living is a growing group of senior living communities with 20 locations and counting across the upper Midwest. We offer a culture of growth that will lead to new challenges and opportunities for you. Our foundational belief is that all seniors deserve to Live Life on Purpose and we re finding that statement is just as important to our Team Members career lives.
New Perspective Senior Living is seeking an Director of Nursing RN (Director of Wellness).
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As the Director of Nursing RN (Director of Wellness), you will provide direction and leadership to our team of licensed nurses, caregivers, and coordinators, as applicable, and assume responsibility and accountability for the delivery of quality nursing services and care to residents. In the role of Director of Nursing RN (Director of Wellness), you are a professional who leads nurses and other team members by example in the deliver of quality resident care and services and champions the company s Mission, Values and Principles of Service.
New Perspective Senior Living prides itself on taking care of their employees like family and offers a great benefits package that includes affordable medical, dental and vision insurance along with voluntary benefit options, personal time off (PTO), scholarship opportunities, and company paid Life Insurance and Long Term Disability.
Summary of Responsibilities:
Supervises and provides direction to licensed nurses, caregivers, and, as applicable, coordinators and assumes responsibility for the overall nursing operations of the community
Responsible for medication management and appropriate documentation in the eMAR and med passer delegation
Oversight and monitoring of resident care delivery and clinical outcomes
Ensures documentation of resident assessments, individualized service plans, and resident service records is accurate, current, and completed timely
Performs nursing and DOW responsibilities in accordance with applicable state and federal laws
Reports to their supervisor and/or contacts the Ethics Hotline at (877) 254-1706 to report in good faith actual or perceived improper activities and other job-related concerns in accordance with company policies and procedure
Develops, monitors, and trains nurses and team members on quality improvement initiatives and policies and procedures
Ensures through monitoring and oversight of team member adherence to policies and procedures
Provides and oversees licensed nurse and team member employment development opportunities, education, and ensures training requirements are met
Assists with recruiting, hiring, onboarding , and retention of qualified licensed nurses and team members
Provides verbal coaching of licensed nurses, caregivers, and coordinators, as applicable, on performance expectations and provides timely performance evaluations and initiates progressive disciplinary action as warranted
Obtains a 90% or greater on audits of clinical services
Coordinates resident care delivery through interaction and collaboration with residents, families, physicians, team members, pharmacies, and third-party vendors
Communicates and interacts with residents, families, and team members in a professional, respectful, and effective manner
Champions hospitality and delivers excellent customer service to residents, families, and visitors
Assists with sales and marketing efforts
Summary of Qualifications:
A current and unencumbered nurse license for the state in which the community is located
Experience working with older adults in a senior living, long-term care, home health or other health care setting
Ability to anticipate and solve problems
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Works effectively in a team environment
Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks
Demonstrated ability and/or strong desire to interact with seniors
Strong computer skills and ability to proficiently utilize a variety of electronic devices
* 2 years of community/facility management and leadership experience required. Preference for this experience is in the Long Term Care / Assisted Living setting
New Perspective Senior Living is an equal opportunity employer.