Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities
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Kentucky Center for Assisted Living

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Cambridge Place in Lexington is seeking a DIRECTOR OF NURSING

This position is responsible for directing and supervising the clinical operations within the facility.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Graduate from accredited school of nursing. 

Registered Nurse in good standing with licensure board

Minimum of 2 years of experience in a long term care or nursing management preferred.

Self-motivated, self-directed with leadership skills.

Organizational skills.

Ability to direct and motivate others.

Knowledge of record keeping.

Knowledge of care and services provided by department and the regulatory requirements for the care and services.

Ability to sort, check, count and verify numbers.

Ability to read, speak, write and understand English.

Ability to present information to a varied audience and assess retention of education.

Ability to tactfully deal with facility personnel, residents, family members, visitors, etc.

Meet all health requirements imposed by law.

Advanced data entry skills and the ability to type.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Plan, develop, organize, implement, evaluate and direct the Nursing Services Department, as well as related programs and activities.

Provide direction, oversight, evaluation and discipline of nursing personnel to assure adhere to facility policies and procedures, current standards of nursing practice, job descriptions, state and federal regulations.

Assist Director of Clinical Operations with the development and updating of nursing policy and procedure manuals.

Make routine rounds and authorize or conduct tours with others, such as the Administrator, physicians, other facility, staff, government representatives and visitors.

Identify changes in resident condition, accidents, incidents, grievances, significant clinical trends and works with nursing department to assure proper assessment, notification, reporting, documentation and care and services are provided.

Develop and oversee methods for coordination of nursing services with other resident services.

Recruit and retain the number and levels of nursing personnel necessary to meet the nursing care needs of each resident. Oversee and approve scheduling of nursing personnel.

Assist with the development and provision of staff training programs for nursing service personnel.

Participate in the planning and budgeting for Nursing Services.

Ensure that all health services notes are informative and descriptive of the supervision and care rendered including the resident’s response to his or her care.

Assess the nursing requirements for each resident prior to and upon admission and assist the Attending Physician in planning for the resident’s care.

Complete preadmission screens and notify Administrator of any clinical barriers to admission.

Direct, oversee and participate in the development and implementation of the resident assessment (MDS) and comprehensive care plan.

Assure that nursing care personnel are administering care and services in accordance with the resident’s assessment and care plan, current standards of nursing practice, state and federal regulations.

Actively participates in facility’s Quality Assurance/Continuous Quality Improvement program to assure departmental activities are conducted in a manner consistent with local, state and federal regulations

Prepares and submits reports, as directed by Administrator.

Delegates authority as necessary.

Maintain privacy and confidentiality of records, conditions, and other information to residents, employees and the facility.

Able to be on call.

Participate in committee meetings, orientation, inservices, workshops and institutes.

Be able to keep adequate records.

Able to direct and motivate other nursing employees.

Follow established safety and infection control procedures.

Participates in all required inservice training.

Maintains safe working conditions and follows dress code.

Reports to supervisor all complaints and grievances made by residents, families and visiting individuals.

Adheres to and promotes Code of Conduct.

All other duties as assigned.



All interested applicants send to Cara Clark, Administrator at Cambridge Place at cclark@cambridgepl.com.

Cambridge Place in Lexington is seeking a DIRECTOR OF NURSING

This position is responsible for directing and supervising the clinical operations within the facility.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Graduate from accredited school of nursing. 

Registered Nurse in good standing with licensure board

Minimum of 2 years of experience in a long term care or nursing management preferred.

Self-motivated, self-directed with leadership skills.

Organizational skills.

Ability to direct and motivate others.

Knowledge of record keeping.

Knowledge of care and services provided by department and the regulatory requirements for the care and services.

Ability to sort, check, count and verify numbers.

Ability to read, speak, write and understand English.

Ability to present information to a varied audience and assess retention of education.

Ability to tactfully deal with facility personnel, residents, family members, visitors, etc.

Meet all health requirements imposed by law.

Advanced data entry skills and the ability to type.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Plan, develop, organize, implement, evaluate and direct the Nursing Services Department, as well as related programs and activities.

Provide direction, oversight, evaluation and discipline of nursing personnel to assure adhere to facility policies and procedures, current standards of nursing practice, job descriptions, state and federal regulations.

Assist Director of Clinical Operations with the development and updating of nursing policy and procedure manuals.

Make routine rounds and authorize or conduct tours with others, such as the Administrator, physicians, other facility, staff, government representatives and visitors.

Identify changes in resident condition, accidents, incidents, grievances, significant clinical trends and works with nursing department to assure proper assessment, notification, reporting, documentation and care and services are provided.

Develop and oversee methods for coordination of nursing services with other resident services.

Recruit and retain the number and levels of nursing personnel necessary to meet the nursing care needs of each resident. Oversee and approve scheduling of nursing personnel.

Assist with the development and provision of staff training programs for nursing service personnel.

Participate in the planning and budgeting for Nursing Services.

Ensure that all health services notes are informative and descriptive of the supervision and care rendered including the resident’s response to his or her care.

Assess the nursing requirements for each resident prior to and upon admission and assist the Attending Physician in planning for the resident’s care.

Complete preadmission screens and notify Administrator of any clinical barriers to admission.

Direct, oversee and participate in the development and implementation of the resident assessment (MDS) and comprehensive care plan.

Assure that nursing care personnel are administering care and services in accordance with the resident’s assessment and care plan, current standards of nursing practice, state and federal regulations.

Actively participates in facility’s Quality Assurance/Continuous Quality Improvement program to assure departmental activities are conducted in a manner consistent with local, state and federal regulations

Prepares and submits reports, as directed by Administrator.

Delegates authority as necessary.

Maintain privacy and confidentiality of records, conditions, and other information to residents, employees and the facility.

Able to be on call.

Participate in committee meetings, orientation, inservices, workshops and institutes.

Be able to keep adequate records.

Able to direct and motivate other nursing employees.

Follow established safety and infection control procedures.

Participates in all required inservice training.

Maintains safe working conditions and follows dress code.

Reports to supervisor all complaints and grievances made by residents, families and visiting individuals.

Adheres to and promotes Code of Conduct.

All other duties as assigned.



All interested applicants send to Cara Clark, Administrator at Cambridge Place at cclark@cambridgepl.com.

Cambridge Place in Lexington is seeking a DIRECTOR OF NURSING

This position is responsible for directing and supervising the clinical operations within the facility.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Graduate from accredited school of nursing. 

Registered Nurse in good standing with licensure board

Minimum of 2 years of experience in a long term care or nursing management preferred.

Self-motivated, self-directed with leadership skills.

Organizational skills.

Ability to direct and motivate others.

Knowledge of record keeping.

Knowledge of care and services provided by department and the regulatory requirements for the care and services.

Ability to sort, check, count and verify numbers.

Ability to read, speak, write and understand English.

Ability to present information to a varied audience and assess retention of education.

Ability to tactfully deal with facility personnel, residents, family members, visitors, etc.

Meet all health requirements imposed by law.

Advanced data entry skills and the ability to type.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Plan, develop, organize, implement, evaluate and direct the Nursing Services Department, as well as related programs and activities.

Provide direction, oversight, evaluation and discipline of nursing personnel to assure adhere to facility policies and procedures, current standards of nursing practice, job descriptions, state and federal regulations.

Assist Director of Clinical Operations with the development and updating of nursing policy and procedure manuals.

Make routine rounds and authorize or conduct tours with others, such as the Administrator, physicians, other facility, staff, government representatives and visitors.

Identify changes in resident condition, accidents, incidents, grievances, significant clinical trends and works with nursing department to assure proper assessment, notification, reporting, documentation and care and services are provided.

Develop and oversee methods for coordination of nursing services with other resident services.

Recruit and retain the number and levels of nursing personnel necessary to meet the nursing care needs of each resident. Oversee and approve scheduling of nursing personnel.

Assist with the development and provision of staff training programs for nursing service personnel.

Participate in the planning and budgeting for Nursing Services.

Ensure that all health services notes are informative and descriptive of the supervision and care rendered including the resident’s response to his or her care.

Assess the nursing requirements for each resident prior to and upon admission and assist the Attending Physician in planning for the resident’s care.

Complete preadmission screens and notify Administrator of any clinical barriers to admission.

Direct, oversee and participate in the development and implementation of the resident assessment (MDS) and comprehensive care plan.

Assure that nursing care personnel are administering care and services in accordance with the resident’s assessment and care plan, current standards of nursing practice, state and federal regulations.

Actively participates in facility’s Quality Assurance/Continuous Quality Improvement program to assure departmental activities are conducted in a manner consistent with local, state and federal regulations

Prepares and submits reports, as directed by Administrator.

Delegates authority as necessary.

Maintain privacy and confidentiality of records, conditions, and other information to residents, employees and the facility.

Able to be on call.

Participate in committee meetings, orientation, inservices, workshops and institutes.

Be able to keep adequate records.

Able to direct and motivate other nursing employees.

Follow established safety and infection control procedures.

Participates in all required inservice training.

Maintains safe working conditions and follows dress code.

Reports to supervisor all complaints and grievances made by residents, families and visiting individuals.

Adheres to and promotes Code of Conduct.

All other duties as assigned.



All interested applicants send to Cara Clark, Administrator at Cambridge Place at cclark@cambridgepl.com.


Clinton Place, Clinton, KY has openings for the following positions

RN Manager

LPNs and RNs

If interested, please apply at Indeed.com or the company website at www.dvcr.com