Job Title: Life Enrichment Coordinator/Office Assistant, Part-time (15-20 hrs/wk)
Job description: Life Enrichment Coordinator/Office Assistant, Part-time (15-20 hrs/week)
General Summary: The Life Enrichment Coordinator/Office Assistant is responsible for enrichment and administrative tasks as assigned by the Director of Nursing. The Life Enrichment Coordinator position establishes and directs an organized Enrichment Program within the Convent that includes life-enhancing opportunities and assists in planning and hosting enrichment events. This position assists in recognizing a resident’s interests and abilities and strives to meet their spiritual, physical, social, emotional and intellectual needs. The Office Assistant position encompasses the administrative tasks of nursing staff scheduling, replacement of staff, and other tasks of an administrative nature. The Life Enrichment Coordinator/Administrative Assistant supports the Mission and Core Values within the Convent. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Commit to the Felician Sisters of North America’s employee mission statement that promotes the dignity of each resident by caring for the needs of the whole person and by providing a safe, functional and attractive home environment. • Uphold the Felician Sisters of North America’s Core Values of Respect for Human Dignity, Compassion, Transformation,Solidarity with the Poor, and Justice and Peace in all interactions with all Sisters, residents, visitors and employees.Exhibit behaviors that align with adherence to the Core Values. • Establish and direct an Enrichment Program within the Convent • Coordinates a variety of enrichment opportunities and networks with individuals and agencies outside of the Care Center who can provide meaningful social, educational and spiritual opportunities for the residents. • Performs other clerical tasks as requested by the Director of Nursing, including, all aspects of the staff scheduling process within the Local Health Services Management department. • Knowledgeable in and Participates in the process of staff replacement for shifts based on staffing needs. • May be required to work some evenings and weekends as assigned • Exhibits behavior that supports a person-centered culture of care where resident has a voice and a share in decision making regarding plan of care. • Attend and participate in meetings, committees, seminars, conferences and in-service training programs as directed. • Performs all other duties assigned. Education and Experience: • High School Diploma or equivalent required; Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree preferred. • Minimum of two (2) years experience coordinating and directing enrichment programs preferred. • Experience working in long-term care experience preferred. • Certification through the National Certification Council for Activities Professionals (NCCAP) or similar certification preferred. Benefits for casual employees: • Paid Time Off (PTO) including Holidays • PTO Payout • Free Parking • Pay Increases • Competitive Pay • Sprint Discount • Verizon Discount • Dell Computer Discount • Well Aware Wellness Program • Emergency Assistance Fund • FSNA Care Connection – Deep Discounts on diapers and personal care products • PayActiv – Access to earned but unpaid wages before payday • Mentor program- Paid mentor orientation and wage increase while serving as a mentor. • Clothing Benefit Program for Health Services or Facilities Management employees • Ticketsatwork.com – Discounted travel and entertainment benefit • Access Perks – Discounted travel and local retailers • Perfect Presence Attendance Raffle (Quarterly) • Employee Referral Bonus
Facility: Felician Sisters of North America
Contact person: Courtney Vago
Enfield Street Enfield, CT 06082 United States Map It
Position Summary: Contributes to the effectiveness of the Activities Department and Morris Hall by providing quality activity services to longterm care residents. Will coordintate resident activity sessions and complete docimentation related to these activiteis. Will be responsible for completion of daily attendance sheet and other documentation. Must be willing to work evenings, weekends and holidays.
Core Duties and Responsibilities: Assists with the planning, organizing and provision of activities services to long term care residents. Completes timely and accurately documents for residents activity participation (ie daily attendance sheets). May be ask to assist with completion of activity calendars and food service request forms Assist with scheduling and escorting of residents to and from activities sessions/programs
Qualifications/Skills: Must be at least 18 years old; high school graduate or equivalent. Two years of activity experience preferred.
Skills: Good interpersonal and organizational skills Good verbal and written communication skills. Able to work independently and as a team member Ability to be patient, tactful and sensitive when dealing with participants who have various care needs Must have appropriate level of physical stamina to tolerate daily wheelchair./equipment maneuvering and multiple resident transport to/from activities.
Trinity Springs, a senior living community in Oxford, FL, is currently seeking an energetic and well organized Full-Time Life Enrichment Coordinator to join our team! Under the direction of the Life Enrichment Director, the LE Coordinator will assist in planning activities, outings, and events; facilitate meaningful programs to enrich the lives of both memory care & assisted living residents and their families; and help develop & implement monthly activities program calendar based on the therapeutic scope of programs. Our ideal candidate is self-motivated with a genuine concern for our residents’ well-being, and has a creative personality and positive attitude.
This is a Full-Time, benefit eligible position. Some weekend hours are required.
Life Enrichment Coordinator responsibilities: • Encourage, support, and assist residents with activities in individual and group settings. • Interact and assist residents on a one to one basis outside of structured program times. • Document activity attendance and degree of involvement. • Act as a positive representative at all times. • Display an attitude of courtesy and respect for all residents, families, and staff. • Transport residents to and from activities. • Assist Dietary Department if requested. • Perform other related tasks as needed.
Life Enrichment Coordinator skills and requirements: • Certified activity professional or Recreational Therapist preferred. • Associate’s Degree preferred or equivalent education and experience. • Prior experience working in a senior care environment preferred. • Demonstrate good time management and organizational skills. • Ability to display enthusiasm and a positive attitude in promoting activities. • Creative aptitude for training in arts, crafts, and games. • Good communication skills, including ability to give directions to others in a manner that is pleasant and easily understood. • Must be able to work a consistent schedule.
Benefits: Full-Time Employees are offered a benefit package including PTO, Holiday Pay, Medical, Dental, Vision insurance, Life insurance, Disability insurance, retirement plan, Flex Spending, Tuition Discount at Partner Colleges and more.
About Us: Located in beautiful Oxford, Florida, Trinity Springs is the only nonprofit, faith-based senior living community in the area. At our premier 155-unit assisted living and memory care campus our residents enjoy physical, intellectual and spiritual growth, just minutes from attractions such as farmer’s markets, parks, nature reserves, and horse farms. Our experienced staff will provide residents with physical, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual support that they need to thrive. Trinity Springs is an affiliation of Elim Care, a nonprofit, Christian-based organization that inspires seniors to live the lives they desire.
Cassia, an affiliation between Augustana Care and Elim Care, is a Christian mission organization with over 200 years of combined experience caring for those in need. We strive to inspire residents to live the lives that are most fulfilling to them. We take pride in the longevity of our management team and invite you to apply to learn more! EOE/AA Employer/Vet/Disabled *A Drug Free Workplace *A Veteran Friendly Employer
12120 Co Rd 103 Oxford, Florida 34484 United States Map It
Dementia Specific Adult Day Center-Activity Assistant
BAKERRIPLEY brings resources, education and connection to more than half a million people throughout Texas each year. For more than a century, BakerRipley has offered innovative solutions to help low-income families in emerging neighborhoods get a foothold in the region’s economy. The organization works with residents in more than 70 service locations to help them discover the strengths and skills necessary to become productive, prosperous and self-sufficient. Building on the strengths of individuals and communities, BakerRipley is transforming them. FOR GOOD.
Job Summary: Under general direction, assists with specialized activity programming for persons with dementia using special talents, upbeat attitudes and compassion in BakerRipley Dementia Day Center.
Core Duties and Responsibilities:
Assists in planning, preparing and implementing the daily schedule/program for Day Center clients; including assisting and demonstrating assigned duties to volunteers.
Ensures clients’ involvement in “person centered” meaningful and enjoyable activities, while working cooperatively with team members.
Demonstrates appropriate and effective approaches/techniques for serving individuals with dementia
Provides care and protective supervision to all Day Center clients while utilizing appropriate and effective approaches/techniques for serving individuals with dementia
Promotes and facilitates good morale and cheerfulness among Day Center clients and staff.
If need arises , assists with personal care of clients, including toileting and eating, documents assistance as required
Complies with all state licensing requirements and Day Center policies and procedures, including documentation of activities, as directed
Follows the standards of safety and sanitation within the Day Center; complies with all related licensing requirements, including general clean up and maintenance of the Center.Assists with food service and clean-up of snacks and meals.
Performs other duties as required
Minimum Education: Must be at least 18 years old; high school graduate or equivalent
Good interpersonal and organizational skills
Good verbal and written communication skills.
Able to work independently and as a team member
Ability to be patient, tactful and sensitive when dealing with participants who have various care needs
Language requirements: English written and verbal. Bilingual (Spanish) preferred.