4195 Milam St.

Beaumont, TX 77707

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LVN – Full Time

10p-6a

Weekend RN

RN Full Time 10p-6a

 The following is a non-exhaustive criteria that relates to the job of a Certified Nursing Assistant, and it is consistent with the business needs of the facility. These are legitimate measures of the qualifications for a Certified Nursing Assistant, and are related to the functions that are essential to the job of a Certified Nursing Assistant. 

KNOWLEDGE BASE: 

• Nursing Assistant Certification from state. 

• Ability to record information and perform technical procedures. 

• Good communication skills with excellent self-discipline and patience. 

• Ability to perform work tasks within the physical demand requirements as outlined below. 

• Genuine care for and interest in elderly and handicapped people. 

• Ability to comply with the Patient Bill of Rights and the Employee Responsibilities. 

• Ability to comply with Company and departmental safety policies and procedures. 

• Accountable for personal care (i.e., grooming, bathing, catheter care, pericare, and dressing), and observation of residents within patient care policy guidelines. Identify and report any condition requiring management attention. 

• Change bed linen and maintain appropriate grooming supplies in resident room. 

• Ambulate and transfer residents, utilizing appropriate assistive devices and body mechanics. 

• Record resident vital signs, weights, and measurements, intake and output, food consumption, and other information as assigned. 

• Routinely turn and position patients. 

• Perform range of motion and reality orientation with residents as directed. 

• Ability to lift, bend and twist repetitively with minor assistance. 

• Basic computer knowledge. 

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: 

Sitting: 1 – 2 hours in an 8 hour work shift. 

Standing: 3-7 hours in an 8 hour work shift. Alternates continuous to walking. 

Walking: 3-7 hours in an 8 hour work shift. Alternates occasionally to standing. 

Strength: Ability to maneuver and lift 50 Lbs.. 

Reliability, trustworthiness and consistency with regard to attendance is extremely important to this job. The ability to regularly and timely attend work, cooperative and politely work and deal with others, and to effectively multi-task and work in a stressful environment are also essential functions to this job. 

 The following is a non-exhaustive criteria that relates to the job of a MDS Coordinator, and it is consistent with the business needs of the facility. These are legitimate measures of the qualifications for a MDS Coordinator, and are related to the functions that are essential to the job of a MDS Coordinator. 

KNOWLEDGE BASE: 

• Licensed Nurse in good standing. 

• Geriatric nursing background. 

• Restorative care philosophy, excellent professional skill (both assessment and hands-on and good communication and organization skills). 

• Working knowledge of nursing home regulations. 

• Ability to work independently as well as a meaningful member of the team. 

• Excellent organizational skills in order to coordinate many projects simultaneously. 

• Ability and willingness to set goals, monitor progress and obtain established goals within the established time frames. 

• Typing, telephone and basic computer skills. 

• Ability to perform work tasks within the physical demand requirements as outlined below. 

• Genuine caring for and interest in elderly and handicapped people. 

• Schedules residents for appropriate admission, annual, quarterly, Medicare assessment or change-of-condition assessments, overseeing communication to nursing and other departments. 

• Assures compliance with Federal and State regulations regarding completion / coordination of the comprehensive assessment (MDS). 

• Monitors MDS and care plan documentation on all residents, assuring that complete, orderly chronological and current documentation is in file. 

• Maintains proficiency in software. 

• Coordinate and attends regular Medicaid meetings to discuss current residents, pending residents and recipients. 

• Coordinate and attends all ITTM meetings in order to gather information, communicate changes, maintain and update the clinical records including the Care plan. 

• Performs care plan updates as needed. 

• Provide DON, Administrator and pertinent staff with the Quality Indicators Report. 

• Perform transmissions of the MDS on a timely basis. 

• Remains current with changes in the industry through attendance at outside workshops and conferences. 

• Perform Ancillary management, collection and reporting to corporate billing personnel. 


PHYSICAL DEMANDS: 

Sitting: 4-6 hours per 8 hour work shift. May alternate frequently to standing or walking. 

Standing: 1 – 3 hours in an 8 hour work shift. Alternate to sitting and frequently alternate to walking. 

Walking: 2 – 4 hours in an 8 hour work shift. May occasionally alternate to sitting and standing. 

Strength: Ability to maneuver and lift 50 Lbs. 

Reliability, trustworthiness and consistency with regard to attendance is extremely important to this job. The ability to regularly and timely attend work, cooperative and politely work and deal with others, and to effectively multi-task and work in a stressful environment are also essential functions to this job. 

Infection Control RN

 The following is a non-exhaustive criteria that relates to the job of a Social Worker, and it is consistent with the business needs of the facility. These are legitimate measures of the qualifications for a Social Worker, and are related to the functions that are essential to the job of a Social Worker. 

KNOWLEDGE BASE: 

• A Bachelors’ Degree in social work (BSW), or secondary education in the social services and certification as a social worker designee may be substituted as appropriate. 

• Effective interpersonal and communications skills are required 

• Long-term care experience. 

• Excellent organizational, detail, and communication skills. 

• Ability to perform work tasks within the physical demand requirements as outlined below. 

• Genuine caring for and interest in elderly and handicapped people. 

• Ability to comply with the Patient Bill of Rights and the Employee Responsibilities. 

• Ability to comply with Company and departmental safety policies and procedures. 

• Develops social histories of residents, and develops a social assessment and care plan for each resident which identifies medically related social and emotional problems and needs. 

• Participates in interdisciplinary care plan conferences, and contributes to the development of care plans for residents. 

• Establishes specific social action plans and realistic goals for each resident consistent with medically related social and emotional needs. 

• Provides individual and group help for residents and families at times of adjustment, crisis or particular need. 

• Orients residents and families to the facility environment, and assists the adjustment of both through individual and group programs. 

• Coordinates discharge planning with staff, residents, and families. 

• Coordinates social services in-service and educational programs for staff. 

• Promotes facility programs to help assure priority consideration of referral by doctors, hospital discharge planners, community agencies, churches, etc. 


PHYSICAL DEMANDS: 

Sitting: 3-6 hours per 8 hour work shift. Alternates occasionally to standing or walking. 

Standing: 3-6 hours per 8 hour work shift. Alternates frequently to walking and sitting. 

Walking: 3-6 hours per 8 hour work shift. Alternates frequently to sitting and occasionally to standing. 

Strength: Ability of maneuver and lift 50 Lbs. 

Reliability, trustworthiness and consistency with regard to attendance is extremely important to this job. The ability to regularly and timely attend work, cooperative and politely work and deal with others, and to effectively multi-task and work in a stressful environment are also essential functions to this job. 

 The following is a non-exhaustive criteria that relates to the job of Assistant Director of Nursing, and it is consistent with the business needs of the facility. These are legitimate measures of the qualifications for Assistant Director of Nursing, and are related to the functions that are essential to the job of Assistant Director of Nursing. 

KNOWLEDGE BASE: 

• Licensed Nurse in good standing with State Nursing Board. 

• Significant technical experience and demonstrated leadership/management skills 

• Geriatric nursing background. 

• Restorative care philosophy, excellent professional skill (both assessment and hands-on and good 

communication, and organization skills). 

• Working knowledge of nursing home regulations 

• Ability to perform work tasks within the physical demand requirements as outlined below. 

• Genuine care and interest in elderly and handicapped people. 

• Ability to comply with the Patient Bill of Rights and the Employee Responsibilities. 

• Ability to comply with Company and departmental safety policies and procedures. 

• Accountable for nursing compliance, excellence, and delivery of resident care services in adherence with the company, local, state, and federal regulations. 

• Experience preferably in long term care, with ability to demonstrate good leadership and management skills. 

• Augment floor staffing if needed. 

• MDS, care planning, participation in Performance Improvement and Infection Control where indicated; subject to needs of facility. 

• Manage nursing staff through appropriate hiring, training, evaluation, assignment, and delegation of duties, within budget and resident census guidelines. 

• Review and ensure proper resident charting and procedure documentation. 

• Develop and implement resident care plans in coordination with physician, medical director, nursing staff, and outside consultants (i.e., therapists). 

• Ensure appropriate equipment, supplies, and resources are available to staff on a timely basis. 

• Ability to complete necessary assessments; have a good knowledge of infection control procedures. 

• Ability to maneuver and lift 50 Lbs. 

Reliability, trustworthiness and consistency with regard to attendance is extremely important to this job. The ability to regularly and timely attend work, cooperative and politely work and deal with 

 The following is a non-exhaustive criteria that relates to the job of a Maintenance Assistant, and it is consistent with the business needs of the facility. These are legitimate measures of the qualifications for a Maintenance Assistant, and are related to the functions that are essential to the job of a Maintenance Assistant. 

KNOWLEDGE BASE: 

  • • Experience with heating and air conditioning, boiler and water systems, washers, dryers, emergency power generators and other basic physical plant and equipment items. 
  • • Understanding of principles of preventive maintenance. 
  • • Ability to communicate with staff. 
  • • Genuine care for and interest in elderly and handicapped people. 
  • • Ability to perform work tasks within the physical demand requirements as outlined below. 
  • • Ability to comply with the Patient Bill of Rights and the Employee Responsibilities. 
  • • Ability to comply with Company and departmental safety policies and procedures. 
  • • Ability to read and write the English language. 
  • • Perform maintenance functions as required. 
  • • Ensure the facility physical plant and equipment are maintained in safe and efficient working order. 
  • • Repair equipment and tools as necessary. 
  • • Must qualify for company insurance, pass DMV check, practice safe defensive driving skills. 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: 

May require frequent extended work days, including being on call for emergency situations. 

Sitting: 1 -2 hours per 8 hour work shift. Alternates frequently to walking. 

Standing: 4 – 6 hours in an 8 hour work shift. Alternates frequently to walking and rarely to sitting. 

Walking: 5 – 8 hours in an 8 hour work shift. Alternates frequently to standing and rarely to sitting. 

Climbing: 1-2 hours in an 8 hours shift. 

Strength: Ability to maneuver and lift 50 lbs. 

Driving: May drive daily for local facility related business such as bank and post office. 

Reliability, trustworthiness and consistency with regard to attendance is extremely important to this job. The ability to regularly and timely attend work, cooperative and politely work and deal with others, 

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