Senior Living Communities Resident Care Director (RN) in Charlotte, North Carolina
The Charlotte, opening this summer is now accepting applications for Resident Care Director (RN). Current licensure as RN required.
The RCD establishes and implements standards of resident care throughout assisted living and memory care on a 24-hour basis. This position oversees the documentation for residents in their neighborhoods, assigns residents to nursing assistants as needed and assists in the medication management and overall healthcare programs for the residents in a neighborhood.
We offer 26 days of PTO your first year + PTO Payout Program - request up to 50% of earned/unused PTO for payout every pay period. Benefits include: Medical, Dental, Vision, Short Term Disability, Life Insurance & 401k with match.
High school diploma or GED required.
Current state licensure as a Registered Nurse.
Certification in CPR, AED and First Aide
B. Direct Previous Experience
Administrative and management experience required.
Two years experience in a similar healthcare position required.
Five years of assisted living healthcare experience desired.
Remain in good standing with all standards of the Nurse Practice Act.
Proficient computer skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) plus the willingness to learn other computer programs if required.
Ability to work with minimal supervision.
Must conduct all business with a professional manner and with a high level of confidentiality.
Working knowledge of prescription drugs, therapy practices and bio-psycho-social sciences.
Must have a valid driver’s license and satisfactory driving record as specified by the Company and by the Company’s automobile insurance carrier.
Work indoors for the majority of the work day (fluorescent lights, HVAC system, carpeted/vinyl flooring).
Climb up to 2-3 flights of stairs occasionally.
Lift objects of 25 pounds or less over the head.
Move objects of 40 pounds or less.
Ability to work in time-sensitive or stressful situations.
Exposed to physical/verbal abuse by certain residents, employees, and/or guests under mental or physical impairment.
Exposure to needles, infections, wounds, medical equipment, and the like.
Sit in a chair / stand for extended periods.
Respond to medical emergencies in all areas of the campus.
Assist with resident evacuations.
Keyword: healthcare administration, healthcare management, resident care, patient care, RN, registered nurse
From: Senior Living Communities