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Education & Experience Requirements
The Aarondale Retirement Community is a Senior Living premier Independent Living, and Assisted Living Community is seeking an Assistant Director of Clinical Services to join our team!
As the Assistant Director of Clinical Services, you will be responsible in collaboration with the DON for planning, organizing, and directing the overall clinical operations of the nursing department to provide comprehensive care for residents in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations.
Develops and maintains a working knowledge of all policies and procedures pertaining to the position, the department, and the personnel.
Develops and implements active wellness program for residents, working with the Activity Director.
Maintains resident files in an orderly manner and documents all pertinent information regarding residents.
Prepares resident charges and reports to the Director for approval and billing.
Assesses resident within 90 days prior to move-in and annually throughout residency or as the residentâ€s condition changes.
Develops the initial Individual Service Plan (ISP) to meet the needs of the resident within 72 hours of move-in and the comprehensive ISP within 30 days of move-in and annually or as the residentâ€s condition changes.
Oversees resident care provided by the nursing department
Investigates all resident and family complaints or concerns regarding the nursing department and report findings to the Director. Acts to ensure problems are resolved.
Hires, trains, schedules, and evaluates all nursing staff.
Current license to practice as a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse.
Must complete the continued competency requirements for renewal of an active license according to the VA Board of Nursing and maintain original documentation of completion.
Must be available for on-call, nights, holidays, weekends, and emergencies.
Must have two years of nursing experience, preferably in senior living care management.
Must be CPR certified.
What can Aarondale offer you?
Pleasant Teamwork Environment
Hands-On Immersive Training and Learning experiences
Supportive Corporate Team
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, and Pet insurance
Tuition Reimbursement & College Partnerships
Referral Bonus Program
401K with company match
Free Meal Daily
Many Opportunities for Growth and Development
Being an Aarondale team member means having the opportunity to be something more than an employee. It is an opportunity to serve and work with vision, meaning, and purpose. At Aarondale you can both grow as a person and in your career. Working for RUI is an opportunity to expand your career as we are invested in our team members development. To live RUIâ€s vison of delivering a lifestyle our residents have earned and deserved is the opportunity to flourish and become your personal best. Great opportunities await!