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Job Opening in Redmond, Washington

Job Title:
  Life Enrichment Director
Job description:
  Company Description
“Our supreme goal is to do and be the best in all we undertake, and to provide a Stellar life for our residents, their families and our employees.” – Evrett Benton, CEO

Stellar Senior Living, a privately-owned family company, is a premier assisted living and memory care provider in the Western United States. Founded in 2012 we have experienced consistent growth adding senior living communities to our family each year. We continue to grow and are looking for top talent to join our team and continue the journey with us.

Job Description:
The Life Enrichment Director plans and coordinates a variety of social events to provide a vibrant and active community life for our residents. Some of those activities include:
-Determine resident program preferences, talents, and needs through resident feedback, new resident orientation, resident council meetings, and communication with resident families.
-Plan daily and weekly programs to engage residents in the community to meet their social, physical, emotional, and psychological needs.
-Assist in planning programs and events that encourage prospective residents to participate in community life and programs.

Qualifications:
-College degree in related field, or certificate program.
-2+ years of activity programming experience.
-1+ years of leadership experience, in senior living preferred.
-A love for seniors!
-Highly organized and great time management skills
-Energetic, engaging, and caring personality
-Ability to connect with people

Additional information:
-Competitive salary
-Heath, dental, vision and life insurance benefits
-Tuition assistance and education reimbursement programs
-Growing family company with many opportunities for growth and advancement!
Contact Information:
Facility:
  Overlake Terrace Retirement Community
Contact person:
  Caitlin Curtis
Address
  2956 152nd Ave NE
Redmond, WA 98030
United States
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Phone
  (385) 331-6912
Email
  ccurtis@stellarliving.com

Posted 8.18.20 
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Job Opening in Reston, Virginia

Job Title:
  Service Coordinator -bilingual
Job description:
  Hunters Woods Fellowship House Service Coordinator (Full Time position located in Reston, VA)
Come work for an exciting non-profit that is serving the community and making a difference in people’s lives!
We offer a challenging but professionally satisfying work environment where you will be part of a team that values creativity, customer service and impact. You will have the support and encouragement you need to fulfill your professional goals while at the same time creating positive living environments for adult seniors that have little to no resources or support networks.
The general purpose of the Service Coordinator is to offer programs and services that will improve the quality of life for residents living at Fellowship Square properties. The Service Coordinator’s role follows the HUD guidelines and best practices of the American Association of Service Coordinators (AASC).
The Service Coordinator is expected to follow Fellowship Square’ vision of empowering Fellowship House residents to live independently and be self-sufficient as much as they are capable. The Service Coordinator should help them to exercise their capacity to do as much for themselves as possible with dignity and autonomy while recognizing the strengths and limitations of each resident. The Service Coordinator collaborates with the property manager on an as-needed basis to ensure the best services are provided to residents in need.
Responsibilities and Expectations include:
1. Provides assistance to residents seeking help which may include general case management such as counseling, education about availability of services, referrals to service providers and application procedures. The social services referrals may include Medicaid, Medicare, food stamps, programs that provide food and clothing, financial assistance, maintenance of housing, immigration issues, meals on wheels, communication, transportation, home health aides, senior centers and pre-emptive health and mental health screenings.
2. Monitors the provision of ongoing and supportive services to residents from community agencies to ensure appropriateness for the needs of the households.
3. Offers interventions to stabilize residents in need of food, medical, immigration, financial assistance or maintenance assistance.
4. Advocates on behalf of residents to referral agencies, family members and management; and teaches residents to advocate on their own behalf.
5. Serves as a liaison between residents and agencies.
6. Builds network of community resources such as county government, service providers, agencies, educational institutions, non-profits, community leadership, faith based organizations and other housing providers.
7. Stays abreast of professional standards by attending meetings, workshops and conferences. Keeps current regarding available community resources, federal, state and local programs. Fulfills education and training requirements set by HUD.
8. Conducts research as needed; coordinates presentations, workshops, life skills development and benefits for residents.
9. Assist residents in building informal support networks through resident councils and committees, family and friends.
10. Meets with each new resident and provides information about the role of the Service Coordinator, programs and services. Works with residents identified by management on a case by case basis who may need assistance
11. Fulfills reporting requirements for state and federal agencies. (Ex. HUD 92456- Semi Annual Performance Report; American Association of Service Coordinators, Training/Education)
12. Follows mandated reporting requirements according to adult and child protective state statutes.
13. Maintains resident files and documentation of information in a secure location, in an effort to ensure HIPPA and HUD security regulations related to privacy and confidentiality.
14. Collaborates with the Fellowship Square Volunteer Coordinator to identify volunteer opportunities to help meet residents’ needs and interests.
15. Maintains accurate and timely documentation on all services provided.
Minimum requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Gerontology, Psychology or Counseling required.
• Minimum of 2-4 years of experience in social service delivery with the senior population and nonelderly disabled or related area
• 36 training hours of classroom/seminar time before hiring or completed within 12-months of initial hire date covering: The Aging Process, Elder Services, Disability Services, Federal and Applicable State Entitlement Programs (covering both the elderly and people with disabilities), legal liability issues relating to providing service coordination, medication/substance abuse, mental health issues, strategies for communicating effectively in difficult situations, and strategies for dealing with cognitive impairments.
• Experience and passion for working with seniors
• Ability to provide a high quality of customer service
• Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
• Proven ability to work independently
• Ability to interact with a diverse population of clients in terms of economic status, ethnicity and cultural background
• Fluency in Chinese, Korean, Russian and/or Farsi is highly desirable
• Proficiency with MS Office
Benefits: FS is proud to provide a benefits package that is designed to support your physical, financial, and emotional wellbeing. We offer employer paid medical, dental and vision coverage, Paid Time Off, 403(b) with 100% employer match up to 6% after one year of employment, 10 holidays based on regularly scheduled work days, bereavement leave, professional development opportunities and more.
Salary: Salary range is $45,000 – $55,000, commensurate with experience.
Contact Information:
Facility:
  Fellowship Square
Contact person:
  Katherine Alexander
Address
  2231 Colts Neck Rd
Reston, VA 0191
United States
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Phone
  (703) 483-8257
Email
  Kalexander@fellowshipsquare.org

Posted 8.3.20 

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Position available for Creative Coordinator 

Job Title:
  Creative Coordinator, Monthly Product (Remote w/travel)
Job description:
  Activity Connection was founded in 1999 as an online community and resource for activity professionals. We provide the freshest, highest quality, most comprehensive activity/recreational programming in the industry. If you have activity experience with the senior population, a creative drive to keep this vulnerable population engaged and excited about life, and a knack for writing, you may be just the person we are looking for.

Our family-owned and operated company has staff from all over the nation, but our team is still small enough that we know everyone on a first-name basis. Our team calls are bright and lively, with ideas flying around. We love to think outside of the norm of what an activity can be, all the while being mindful of activity resources and available time, as well as what will truly resonate with our real audience: the residents of any community that we are lucky enough to be part of. Caring for the community is part of our DNA as a family-run company; many members of our team are former Activity Directors who now create the world-class digital multimedia content we publish that connects so well with the Activity Directors and seniors we help serve.

The right candidate for this full-time position will be an activity professional, creative as well as analytical, with experience leading teams to create engaging programs in a high-performance, high-quality, deadline-driven environment.
As a key member of our Monthly Product team, the Creative Coordinator will report to the Director of Content and will be responsible for the following:
• Research and create engaging content on a variety of topics according to editorial guidelines that will be provided.
• Proofread writing for style, grammar, punctuation, tone, and Activity Connection best practices.
• Assist with strategic planning, development, and the publishing of feature content (activities) as a member of our Monthly Product team.
• Manage projects as assigned.
• Manage, mentor and assist content creators of various types, many working remotely from different time zones, to produce monthly feature content within strict deadlines.
• Mentor contributors to blend their unique talents and the progression of our monthly feature content with the established Activity Connection style, ensuring it truly connects with the senior audience.
Contributors include artists and creators of many types: Writers and editors, designers, visual artists, voice, video, and other specialists might be a part of the workflow specific to the monthly feature content you produce.
• Extensive collaboration, mainly utilizing digital tools like Microsoft Teams for remote video conferencing and screen sharing.
• Overseeing documents and project management materials crucial to each project and continually looking for ways to improve the implementation process.
• Understanding the day-to-day activity on projects within the context of larger timelines and budgets and communicating clearly with fellow team members about creative and technical requirements and expectations.
• Workflow management, process improvement, process documentation, and efficiency improvements.
• Quality management related to monthly feature content.
• Extensive review of monthly feature content copy, editing as required.
Required Qualifications
• Experience working as an Activity Director/coordinator/assistant serving our senior population in a healthcare setting
• Experience being part of diverse, collaborative teams that produce high quality content
• Experience working with a diverse population and staff
• Ability to work independently and quickly to meet tight deadlines, with an emphasis on personal time management
• Proficiency in researching and writing informative copy with little to no supervision
• Excellent proofreading skills and an eye for detail
• Excellent command of grammar, spelling, and punctuation
• Understanding of style and adapting content to context
• Ability to take feedback with grace and poise
Desired Education and Experience
• A related degree or training desired, many types are applicable
• 5 or more years of experience managing teams
• 5 or more years of experience managing projects, working with diverse teams
• Proficiency in Mac or Windows, Adobe Creative Suite, MS Office, Pages
• Experience using the Activity Connection website for Planning
• Experience creating music, drama exercises, and sensory programs

Desired Characteristics
• Familiarity with Activity Connection, our website, and our mission
• A genuine appreciation for seniors and a passion to help enrich their lives
• Creative and analytical-minded, a left-brain/right-brain mix
• Positive attitude, a mindful role model and natural leader
• Outstanding communication skills
• Self-motivated, results driven
• Organized and focused
• Enthusiasm to learn new skills
Contact Information:
Facility:
  ActivityConnection.com
Contact person:
  Mathew Guilfoyle
Address
  818 SW 3rd Ave #222
Portland, Oregon 97204
United States
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Phone
  (503) 281-7000
Email
  mathew@actcon.co

Posted 9.8.20 

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Job Opening in Brenham, Texas

Job Title:
  Activities Director – Long Term Care Facility
Job description:
  Regency Integrated Health Services, the management company of 57 skilled nursing centers across Texas, including Brenham Nursing and Rehabiliation Center.

We are now interviewing for an enthusiastic and dedicated Certified Activity Director to join our outstanding team.
Apply today and experience the Regency Difference- we would love to meet you!

Overview:
The Activity Director is responsible for planning and leading resident activities that meet a variety of social needs. Furthermore, the Director is responsible for hiring and training Activity Assistants, and developing a pool of volunteers to assist with leading activities for residents and bolstering community involvement.

Responsibilities:
•Organize a program of both individual and group activities based on the needs of the residents. A balance of recreational activities including physical, social, religious, arts and crafts, is preferred.
•Ensure multiple activities are occurring for both high and low functioning residents.
•Supervise and schedule beauty parlor and barber activities.
•Attend all health care conferences and update the activities component of the Comprehensive Care Plan in combination with the resident assessments.
•Complete an annual assessment for each resident on the activities component of the Resident Assessment.
•Provide activities for residents that are bed fast and/or unable to participate in group activities (one to one) and documents in the appropriate record.
•Prepare monthly calendar and post in an area accessible, highly visible and frequented by residents and visitors. Calendar should also be provided to each resident and posted in room.
•Prepare the newsletter.
•Coordinate at least two off-site activities per month.
•Participate in community events related to the interest of the facility and arrange for use of community facilities.
•Train and encourage all staff to support the activities program.
•Supervise any assistants under his/her direction.
•Participate in facility QA meetings and complete monthly reports

Qualifications:
•Must be Certified Activity Director
•Excellent creative and communication skills;
•Ability to organize, document, and implement detailed programs;
•Outstanding interpersonal skills with high level of energy and enthusiasm;
•Experience with generating effective resident care plan

Job Type: Full-time

Benefits:
•401(k)
•Dental Insurance
•Disability Insurance
•Employee Assistance Program
•Health Insurance
•Life Insurance
•Paid Time Off
•Referral Program
•Retirement Plan
•Vision Insurance

Schedule:
•8 Hour Shift

Experience:
•Activity Director: 1 year (Preferred)
•long term care: 1 year (Preferred)

Education:
•Associate (Preferred)

License:
•certified activity director (Preferred)

Work authorization:
•United States (Required)

Work Location:
•One location

Company’s website:
www.regencyhealthcare.com/careers

Benefit Conditions:
•Waiting period may apply
•Only full-time employees eligible

Work Remotely:
•No
Contact Information:
Facility:
  Brenham Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Contact person:
  Nick Holder
Address
  400 E Sayles Street
Brenham, Texas 77833
United States
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Phone
  (979) 203-3355
Email
  nholder@regencyhealthcare.com

Posted 7.17.20
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