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Director of Wellness


United Methodist Communities at The Shores in Ocean City, NJ is currently seeking a Director of Wellness. 

Come join a team that cares! We offer competitive benefits including medical, dental, life, 403(b), Tuition Assistance, PTO time and 9 holidays!

United Methodist Communities has been serving the residential and healthcare needs of seniors in New Jersey and offer a range of living options from residential living apartments and convenient assisted living residences to short-term rehabilitation services, skilled nursing and memory support residences.  We pride ourselves on fostering a culture of fellowship and serving residents with dignity and respect.  United Methodist Communities cares for almost 1400 residents, have over 1,000 associates and over 100 years of Excellence in Senior Living.

We are seeking a Director of Wellness for our Assisted Living Memory Support Community/ Hospice Unit.

The Director of Wellness responsibilities include:

Organize, direct, plan, and evaluate the quality of personal care services, ensuring the general well being of the manner that is consistent with the philosophy of assisted living/ comprehensive personal care, The United Methodist Communities policies and procedures and with applicable state laws and regulations. Leads and directs staff in complying with service standards of practice and policies of the company. Provides leadership to ensure compliance of state regulations. Leads and directs the delivery of nursing services in any given area to meet the varying needs of the resident and provide training and delegation of tasks to the care staff.

 Oversee the medication administration program and delegation to CMA on an ongoing basis as per state guidelines.

·        Interfaces with families, providers, managers, physicians and care staff on care needs and changes of a resident’s needs.

·        Oversee coordination of residents' health and wellness needs, ancillary services, medication program management and completion of assessments and individual service plans.

·        Responsible to interview, hire, orient, train, schedule, monitor, evaluate, discipline and terminate AL staff in consultation with the healthcare administrator and ARD.

·        Plans and delegates work assignments. Maintain knowledge of and compliance with all Department of Health Regulations as it pertains to senior living communities.

·        Reviews all Residential residents’ incident reports and communicates with the Executive Director for handling, as necessary.

·        Investigates resident and associate incidents, identifies safety hazards, and institutes corrective action in a timely manner.

·        Shares in the responsibility for providing and maintaining safe environment.

·        Purchases supplies, stock or over the counter medications, equipment, etc.

 

Requirements:

Qualified applicants must be an RN with Supervisory and Assisted Living experience.

Possesses an Assisted Living Certification or must be eligible to participate in next available course and pass.

Must have successfully completed or be able to complete within 6 months a Department of Health approved

Community trainer/instructor course for Medication Administration.

 

Please apply via our company website athttps://umcommunities.org/senior-service-careers

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