Careers

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We are proud of the longevity of our employees as well as our low turnover rate. If you are interested in joining our team, feel free to complete the provided application. Applications are kept on file for one year.

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Current Openings

March 5, 2021

RN/LPN (1) PPT Days

Permanent part time - 6 shifts per pay period-Days.

March 5, 2021

RN/LPN (1) PPT Afternoons

Permanent part time - 6 shifts per pay period-Afternoons.

March 5, 2021

Resident Activities Aide

Casual status available. CNA preferred, but will accept applications from creative, energetic, passionate people.

March 5, 2021

RN/LPN (1) PFT Afternoons

Permanent full time 10 shifts per pay period-Afternoons.

March 5, 2021

Culinary Services - Cook (Part Time .2 Shifts) (1)

This part time P.M. Back of House Cook position is classified as 2 shifts per pay period with every other weekend off. Job duties include, but are not limited to: cooking, baking, meal preparation, rotation of perishable stock, and general cleaning.

March 5, 2021

Skilled Maintenance Person-Night Shift

POSITION SUMMARY:
Operates and maintains high pressure boilers, burners, boiler feed water pumps, circulating pumps, and related equipment. Including water testing/ sampling and chemical testing on high pressure boilers Operates refrigeration, air ventilating equipment, motors and controls, checks water softener and maintains same. Maintains lawn, kitchen and laundry equipment. Operates and maintains standby generators. In addition, performs a number of skilled building maintenance tasks; e.g. studies all maintenance manuals on equipment and does oiling, greasing and other maintenance to keep machinery in perfect working order.

PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
Must be at least 18 years of age or older. Must have at least 4 years experience in maintenance, or any one of related fields of plumbing, electrical, mechanical, heating, carpentry, refrigeration, or a license in any one of the above. Good practical working knowledge of air ventilating equipment and high pressure steam boilers. Skilled in operation and maintenance of equipment, mechanical aptitude and ability. Ability to understand complex oral and written instructions; good judgement and neatness of work.

COGNITIVE AND SENSORY REQUIREMENTS:
Talking: Necessary for communicating with others.
Hearing: Necessary for taking instruction from others and listening to equipment when troubleshooting to determine necessary repairs.
Sight: Necessary to perform effective repairs of building and equipment.
Smelling: Necessary for the detection of smoke, hot motors, gas, oils, and other fumes or odors that are potential health concerns.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
NIGHT SHIFT – Sole Responsibility
AFTERNOON SHIFT - Sole Responsibility
DAY SHIFT - Sole Responsibility

1. Performs routine and complex maintenance and repair work. Follow preventive maintenance schedule on the building, grounds, and facility as instructed. Maintains the exterior grounds. May paint and perform minor carpentry and repair work.

a. Maintaining the buildings in good repair, kept free of hazards caused by plumbing, heating and electrical.
b. Maintaining the building in compliance with federal, state and local codes.
c. Maintaining the fire alarm, fire extinguishers and emergency generator system in good working order. Performs tests on fire alarm and monthly generator system weekly and keeps required records of test results.
d. Responds to a multitude of alarms, to include but not limited to: boiler, generator, fire alarm, nurse call system, refrigerator/HVAC alarm.
e. Keeps heating and air-conditioning units in good working order.
f. Maintains and operates equipment in a manner that prevents catastrophic equipment (boiler, HVAC, electrical, etc.) failures that may threaten the safety of employees, residents and visitors.
g. May build various structures and perform major carpentry work.
h. Ability to accept changes in routine and time schedules.
i. Maintaining all lawn, garden, and snow removal equipment. Uses facility equipment to plow snow and keep parking areas and sidewalks clear and safe for staff, visitors, and residents.
j. In the absence of supervisor has ability to maintain basic routine and duties including collecting of repair requisitions.
k. Attends in-service education programs and seminars as necessary.
l. Transport resident to and from appointments and hospital visits such as Dialysis.
m. May be on call for emergencies.
n. Must be able to interact appropriately with facility residents to include residents with varying degrees of dementia.
o. Interact with staff members in a calming manner during times of duress.
2. All other related tasks as assigned.

March 5, 2021

Culinary Services - Dietary Aide/Server (3)

This position is casual and has part time to full time potential. Job duties include, but are not limited to: Assembly of meal trays in Front of House dining locations. Rotating, dating, and stocking of supplies and perishable goods. General cleaning and dish washing. Cooking, baking, and meal preparation if cooking status is desired and candidate qualified.

March 5, 2021

CNA Peer Mentor (2) - Afternoons

Full Time status of 0.9-1.0, every other weekend.

POSITION SUMMARY:
The primary role of the peer mentor is to help new employees become comfortable with their job responsibilities and the desired culture of workplace.
A peer mentor must possess the following skills: clinical care skills, an ability to apply relevant health-related knowledge, a capacity for solving problems when they arise, and good interpersonal skills. In addition, peer mentors must have the desire— and the patience—to teach these skills to others. Mentors act as both a role model and a coach for new employees. The CNA peer mentor will be required to work on all nursing units in order to better assist the newly hired CNA develop their clinical skills. This is a full-time position with requirements to work every other weekend and assigned Holidays.

PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
• Certified through an approved State of Michigan CNA training program with a minimum of one year experience (preferred).
• Leadership: having a positive attitude, motivating others, and using influence in a positive manner. Mentors need to see themselves as role models and to use their leadership to build a high-performance culture in which employees are proud of the work they do.
• Interpersonal communication skills: the ability to listen, ask questions, and reflect back what has been said.
• Teaching and coaching skills: the ability to assess skills, provide supportive feedback, and help mentees develop their clinical and problem-solving skills.
• Problem solving skills: must be able to maintain composure and seeking solutions in stressful situations that involve clients or supervisors.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. I perform all assigned duties in accordance with established policies and procedures, nursing care procedures and safety rules and regulations.
2. I will train and orient newly recruited CNAs on ALL applicable units and provide feedback to management as needed.
3. I may be asked to participate in the hiring process.
4. I will manage my own caseload when not actively orienting.
5. I will follow up with newly hired CNAs approximately 30 days after they have completed their orientation to assess their progress and status.
6. I will help new employees acquire the full range of knowledge and skills they need to succeed in a new work environment.
7. I will perform other duties of a CNA to include:
a. I inform the nurse about the present condition and change in condition of residents who are in my care.
b. I obtain and report the resident’s vital signs as assigned by the nurse.
c. I assist residents with all ADL’s allowing them as much independence as possible to perform what they can do for themselves.
d. I render social and emotional support to residents.
e. I follow stringent cleanliness regimes as to preclude the possibilities of infections and other disease.
f. I answer my residents call lights in a timely fashion and help other teammates answer call lights whenever possible.
g. I ensure that work/assignment areas are clean and that equipment, tools and supplies are properly stored before leaving such areas on breaks and at the end of my shift.
h. I relay information about residents to the next CNA on shift, or to the neighborhood nurse.
i. I collaborate with residents to develop a schedule of daily care based on their preferences, past history/lifestyle, integrating scheduling of daily care into the resident care plan.
j. I review work procedures and operational problems in order to determine ways to improve service, performance and/or safety.
k. I develop positive relationships with residents and families.
l. I support residents in arranging their living space to their satisfaction and to foster a home environment.
m. I create and maintain an atmosphere of warmth, personal interest and positive emphasis, as well as a calm environment.
n. I report all resident and family concerns to the nurse.
o. I maintain the required in-service education annually to satisfy the federal requirements for my certification.
p. My job description is not intended to be all inclusive, and I will also perform other reasonable related business duties as assigned by my immediate supervisor or other management as required.

POSITION AUTHORITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY:
I report to the Director of Nursing

JOB POSTING PROCEDURE:
This position will not be based upon seniority, but qualifications. In the event that two qualified
applicants apply, the most senior will be offered the position. This position will be posted both
internally and external when an opening exists.


PHYSICAL ACTIVITY REQUIREMENTS
PRIMARY PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Lift up to 10 lbs: Regularly required to lift medical charts, supplies, and residents’ personal items, e.g., clothing, food items and food trays

Lift 11 to 25 lbs: Regularly may be reported when lifting soiled bed linens/residents

Lift 26 to 50 lbs: Regularly required when transferring a non-ambulatory resident

Lift over 50 lbs: Occasionally required when transferring a non-ambulatory resident weighing between 100 and 160 pounds. Two aides are typically utilized when resident is unusually heavy or combative

Carry up to 10 lbs: Regularly required to lift medical charts, supplies, and resident’s personal items, e.g., clothing, food items and food trays

Carry 11 to 25 lbs: Regularly may be required when lifting soiled bed linens and carrying to the utility area

Carry 26 to 50 lbs: Regularly to frequently required when lifting a resident

Carry over 50 lbs: Occasionally required when transferring a non-ambulatory resident weighing between 100 to 160 pounds. Two aides are typically utilized when resident is unusually heavy or combative. Maxi lift may be used as desired

Reach above shoulder height: Regularly occurs when reaching for medical records or supplies located on shelves

Reach at shoulder height: Frequently may occur when assisting residents in eating, when changing bed linens, and when taking vital signs

Reach below shoulder height: Regularly occurs while assisting residents with peri-care, bathing and dining

Push/Pull: Regularly required to push a cart which rolls easily across tile or carpeted floor

HAND MANIPULATION

Grasping: Frequently grasping during direct care activities

Handling: Constantly handling residents personal

March 5, 2021

RN/LPN-Casuals

Casual status available for RN/LPN.

March 5, 2021

Certified Nursing Assistants

Certified Nursing Assistant Full Time and Part Time positions available. Please contact the facility for additional information @ 906-482-5050.

March 5, 2021

RN/LPN (1) PFT Days

Permanent full time 10 shifts per pay period-Days.

March 5, 2021

RN/LPN (3) PPT Days/Afternoons

Permanent part time - 8 shifts per pay period-Days/Afternoons

March 5, 2021

RN/LPN (1) PPT Days/Afternoons

Permanent part time - 6 shifts per pay period-Days/Afternoons

March 5, 2021

RN/LPN (4) PPT Nights

Permanent part time - 8 shifts per pay period-Nights.

March 5, 2021

Laundry/Housekeeping

Casual Laundry/Housekeeping Aide positions available

March 5, 2021

Staff Development Coordinator

Staff Development Coordinator-Permanent Full Time position;

Role Description

The primary role of this position is assisting with the recruitment of licensed nurses, certified nurse aides, and dining assistants. Coordinating and conducting orientation of all new Facility hires, and coordinating the educational needs of the Facility. This position reports to the Director of Nursing and is an integral part of the management team.

Qualifications

-Current RN license in the State of Michigan and at least two years of experience as a licensed nurse preferred. Non-nursing credentials will also be considered.
-Evidence of continuing education in geriatric nursing and long-term care preferred.
-Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills.
-Ability to multitask, work independently, and flex schedule as needed.
-Experience in adult education and learning concepts/principles preferred.

Responsibilities

1. Supports and promotes practices consistent with the mission, philosophy, standards, policies and procedures of the nursing department and the Facility.
2. Delegates clinical and managerial responsibilities as needed to staff.
3. Serves as leader and a resource to staff in clinical and managerial decision-making.
4. Assures staff comply with Facility policies and procedures via completing Facility rounds to monitor and observe staff, as well as, through documentation review; corrects problems and provides education as needed.
5. Identifies problems, reports and makes recommendations for addressing these problems to the Director of Nursing or appropriate supervisor.
6. Identify educational needs based on review of completed incident and accident reports for employees and residents as needed.
7. Participates in developing, implementing, and collecting data for the Facility’s Quality Assessment & Assurance (QA&A) program; identifies own areas for QA&A review in addition to those areas requested by the Director of Nursing.
8. Assists and participates in activities related to Facility inspections or investigations by regulatory or accrediting agencies.
9. Conducts meetings with staff to communicate information and changes or additions in policies and procedures. Completes employee orientation audits and will report summary of same at the QA&A meeting quarterly.
10. Prepares written and oral reports; collects data and compiles information as requested by the Director of Nursing.
11. Assists with clinical emergencies, including CPR and transfers to the hospital for emergency care.
12. Assists as needed in problem resolution among staff, residents, families, and visitors.
13. Plan, develop, direct, and coordinate the educational program for the Facility to include the required programming mandated by Federal and State guidelines. Provides individual and specialized training as needed for staff.
14. Coordinates annual clinical skills testing of CNAs and licensed nurses; coordinates staff skill competency checks as applicable.
15. Assists the DON in reviewing and updating policies and procedures.
16. Will assist the Infection Preventionist as needed with new hires, etc.
17. Willing to be flexible to meet education needs of employees on various shifts.
18. Meets with residents and their families/legal representatives as requested.
19. Ensures in-service and training materials, information, videos, etc. are up to date.
20. Coordinate Facility wide orientation for all new hires. Develop, implement, and maintain an effective orientation program to orient new staff to the Facility, its policies and procedures, and to their job duties.
21. Follows up with new hires and assures concerns are managed in a timely and appropriate manner. Is available to receive and address any complaints that may arise and communicates complaints to the appropriate supervisor.
22. May perform other clinical duties as directed and not in violation of current department contracts.
23. All other duties as assigned.

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