IT TAKES A VILLAGE

IT TAKES A VILLAGE

There’s a lot to love about working at Henry Ford Village. The friendly staff. The residents you build relationships with. The feeling of being part of something bigger than yourself. Have a look at our current job postings for open positions—we’re always looking for people with a heart for helping others live their best.

Position Overview: The Wound Care Coordinator is responsible for planning, coordinating and providing nursing care as it relates to wound care. The person in this role is also responsible for providing wound care supervision and guidance to clinical staff members. Essential Functions and Responsibilities: include the following. Other duties may be assigned See all new admissions within 24 hours of arrival and document condition of skin Create Care plans for residents with wounds and those at risk for skin breakdown Conduct weekly rounds with Physician and document new orders and measurements Evaluate treatment orders with Physician if wounds are not improving Monitor and evaluate progress on all treatment orders weekly and PRN Assess and review I/A skin issues, document and update Care plan Track and evaluate Treatment orders on or before 14 days from receipt Notify relatives and physician of any skin changes or new treatment orders and document on skin condition Manage surgical incision treatments, Stage II and above and document on skin condition Conduct weekly skin assessments on all residents with immobilizers, casts and splints and document on skin condition Monitor and track Braden Scales four times a week and quarterly for admissions Attend weekly Medicare/High Risk meeting and Care Conferences for residents with wounds Responsible for ensuring residents who require air loss mattresses are provided with one. Monitor and mark settings on air loss mattress machine weekly. Monitor and document treatments on residents with wound vacs or compression bandages Conduct quarterly skin sweeps and document on skin condition Assess needs and recommend heel floats as needed Provide the Clinical Management team (DON, Nurse Managers, MDS staff and Dietician) with a copy of weekly Wound logs. Provide clinical guidance to physicians and nursing staff regarding complex wound drainage, drainage confinement, skin protection and the prevention of pressure ulcers Responsible for developing and conducting educational programs for staff Maintains sterile techniques during dressing changes Determines appropriate nursing interventions for patient concerns, symptoms and teaching needs Performs all other duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions Ability to direct and motivate employees Must be able to work in a team environment Ability to communicate effectively with residents, their relatives and employees in all levels of the organization Must be able to react and respond quickly in emergency situations Ability to facilitate training for clinical staff Must be able to maintain confidentiality   Education and/or Experience:  BSN in in Nursing preferred; however, LPNs with significant clinical and management experience (5+ years) will be considered.  Computer skills required including experience with Microsoft Office, the internet and web applications. Expertise in wound care, quality improvement, MDS, falls, hydration, infection control, care planning, etc…a plus. Supervisory Responsibilities:  Clinical review of nurses and CNA Language Skills:  Strong written and verbal communication skills required. License, Certificates, Registration: The candidate must have a current nursing license as a RN or LPN in the state of Michigan. Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; and climb or balance.  The employee is occasionally required to sit and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision and depth perception. OSHA OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE CATEGORY:  After careful analysis, it has been determined that this position falls into OSHA Occupational Exposure Category A and requires the following protective equipment be worn by anyone filling this position. GLOVES, GOWNS, MASKS, AND/OR GOGGLES:  Training will be provided in how to properly and effectively use any necessary equipment, in addition to education regarding precautionary measures, epidemiology, modes of transmission and prevention of HIV/HBV. Disclaimer: This job description is a general description of the duties and responsibilities of the position and is not to be interpreted as a complete list of the duties or requirements of this position.

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Full Time
Health Services - Dearborn
Posted 3 days ago

Position Overview: Responsible for education (in-service) and training of employees which meet or exceed community standards and federal, state and local regulations. Coordinates and/or conducts new general orientation for Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living staff. Essential Functions and Responsibilities: Include the following.  Other duties may be assigned. Coordinates with Human Resources and conducts New Employee Orientation (NEO) as assigned. Ensures that all off cycle employees attend NEO. Responsible for orientation of new employees to Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living. Ensures that all staff and department meet community objectives, state and federal requirements prior to being released from orientation. Ensures that new employees have all necessary software sign on and passwords prior to end of orientation period. Including emergent medication dispensing system, email, etc… Develops and maintains the yearly proposed in-service calendar. Develops monthly in-service calendar meeting health and safety regulations along with community needs. Responsible for CENA 12 hour in-service hour requirement. Ensures that nursing employees meet/exceed knowledge base to meet needs of residents. Prepares staff in-services and follow up documentation including post tests and audits ensuring that goals/objectives are met. Outlines training to meet clinical needs of Skilled Nursing/Assisted Living staff. Offers training modalities that meet the needs of all adult learning aspects. Develops staff’s skills and encourages growth by assessing nursing staff competencies annually and as needed. Makes adjustments to competencies based on resident population needs, regulatory changes and recommendations and community needs. Cultivates external resources for in-services needs of the community. Maintains employee files to ensure compliance with community and regulatory requirements. Assist with implementation and monitoring of positive resident relations among Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living staff. Intervenes as needed and provides necessary in-services and education. Intervenes when competencies do not meet policy, procedures, and Health and Safety regulations by offering on the spot in–services and corrective action as needed to attain positive outcomes for residents and staff. Plays an integral role in customer service with community population as needed. Adheres to time lines, deadlines and task completion as assigned. Prepares reports and audits as assigned for QAPI. Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications and seeking out growth opportunities. Attends meetings as required and requested. Creates with leadership and enacts training program for employees in alignment with goals and objectives. Responsible for seeking educational opportunities in new clinical areas and treatments of residents served. Must seek out current policy and procedure to ensure staff compliance. Position requires multiple off shift site visits per month for in-service needs, audits and competencies, etc.. May be required to work as a unit nurse as staffing dictates. Responsible for facilitating CPR training for community employees as required. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must possess and exude strong leadership qualities Ability to serve as a role model Must demonstrate behaviors of a team player Ability to encourage growth, offer support and be an active listener while meeting both the needs of the staff and resident population Must be flexible and offer an expanding knowledge base. Ability to work autonomously Must have a commitment to communication with peers and supervisors  Education and/or Experience: Must be a RN in the state of Michigan.  Minimum of 2 years of long term care experience preferred.  Supervisory Responsibilities: Nursing staff  Language Skills: Ability to effectively communicate with a variety of mediums including strong verbal, written and computer skills. License, Certificates, Registration: Current licensure with State Board of Examiner of Nurses as a Registered Nurse.  Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to do the following: Stand, walk, talk and hear. Frequently is required to use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; and climb or balance. Occasionally required to sit, stoop, kneel, crouch, and crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision and depth perception.  Disclaimer: This job description is a general description of the duties and responsibilities of the position and is not to be interpreted as a complete list of the duties or requirements of this position.  

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Full Time
Dearborn
Posted 3 days ago

Position Overview: Responsible for developing and maintaining maximum census in the Skilled Nursing Facility. The Admissions Nurse presents and sells the Skilled Nursing Facility to prospective external and current internal residents. This position requires maintaining all confidential information regarding the residents.  The Admissions Nurse is responsible for interfacing with residents, family members, department managers, nursing staff, resident services, outside callers, social workers, finance, medical staff, sales and marketing and outside networking professionals.   Essential Functions and Responsibilities: include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Greet each resident upon arrival to the unit. Complete and document a nursing assessment and skin assessment Compete and document all admission safety assessment. Complete and document all resident specific assessments required i.e. AIMS. Initiate and initial care plan. Obtain and complete health history. Complete required admissions forms including inventory sheet and advance directives. Obtain admission orders for medications, treatments, diet, etc. Collect equipment needed by resident. Communicate with interdisciplinary team regarding needs of admitted resident. Give report to floor nurse resident is assigned to after admission. Documents residents’ responses and the effectiveness of nursing interventions, including the administration of PRN medications. Develops an individualized care plan by utilizing the MDS assessment and care planning process for every admission. Follows through with clinical and psychosocial issues as evidenced by contacting the appropriate individual(s) in a timely manner. Carries through with comprehensive documentation until resolution of clinical or psychosocial issues. Supervision, documentation and direct resident care as delineated in the Charge Nurse Responsibilities Guidelines. Ensure that the CNA’s refer to residents’ care plans prior to administering care to the resident. Makes daily rounds to ensure nursing personnel are performing their work assignments in accordance with acceptable nursing standards. Make periodic checks to ensure that prescribed treatments are being properly administered by nursing staff and to evaluate the resident’s physical and emotional status. Plans, supervises, and instructs other staff members work. Knowledge of when to seek help or guidance from immediate supervisor or appropriate resource person. Makes daily rounds on each resident and initiates concurrent review procedure when appropriate. Prepares monthly rounds sheet and participates in rounds. Admits, transfers, and discharges residents as necessary. Ensure that an adequate stock level of medications, medical supplies, equipment, etc., is maintained on your unit/shift at all times. Complete incident reports as necessary. Transcribe physician’s orders to resident charts, cardex, medication cards, treatment/care plans/service plans, as required. Respond to all resident requests (verbally or call-light) for assistance. Practice positive resident relations; responds to resident and family inquiries, concerns or problems. Displays a caring and respectful demeanor towards residents, families and staff. Maintains confidentiality. Manages difficult or emotional situations. Assumes responsibility for own professional growth and development as evidenced by participation in classes and seminars that facilitate enhancement of RN’s knowledge base. Perform technical aspects of resident care according to established policies and procedures. Adapts techniques to individual resident’s needs. Administer medication with knowledge of action, route of administration, side effects and contraindications. Administer professional services such as catheterization, tube feedings, IV’s, suction, applying and changing dressings/bandages, packs, colostomy and drainage bags, taking blood and ROM exercises, care for the dead/dying, etc., as required. Satisfactorily completes annual competency checklist. Contributes to resident assessment and MDS/Care/Service Planning process. Communicate about residents’ condition between and among nursing shifts and exchanges resident information with staff nurses and certified nursing assistants on an ongoing basis throughout the assigned shift. Communicate and cooperate with members of interdisciplinary health care team to accomplish resident goals established in care/service plans. Gives accurate and concise report on each resident to the following shift. Review complaints and grievances made by the resident and make a written/oral report to the Nurse Manager or DON indicating what action(s) were taken to resolve the complaint or grievance. Follow the facility’s established procedures. Report and investigate all allegations of resident abuse and/or misappropriation of resident property. Provide accurate written documentation on 24-hour report. Explains nursing techniques and procedures and assists nursing personnel in providing resident care. Displays willingness and ability to work as a team. Maintains a positive attitude; does not offer complaints, offers suggestions. Demonstrates a time conscious awareness; reduces non-essential interruptions to an absolute minimum in order to complete resident care priorities. Verifies the identity of the resident before administering the medication/treatment. Utilizes gait belt appropriately. Promptly answers resident call lights. Assesses resident needs and makes regular rounds. Practices all safety and loss prevention procedures; monitor adherence to safety rules and regulations and takes remedial action when necessary. Demonstrates knowledge of emergency policies and procedures. Implement and practice infection control policies and procedures; ensure compliance by assigned Nurses and CNA’s to universal precautions and all other infection control guidelines; inform DON of any real or potential infection control concerns. Provides education to families/residents regarding disease process and adjustment to continuum care. Maintains own staff development record accurately. Participates in unit QA/QI activities for improved resident care. Orient new residents/families to the facility and discuss expectations of routine during the resident’s stay. Meets mandatory educational requirements as required by regulatory agencies. Effectively makes assignments with changes in resident care needs. Provides leadership to nursing personnel. Regularly attends staff meetings; in-services, and nurse manager meetings. Meets mandatory educational requirements as required by regulatory agencies. Required documentation completed accurately and timely (monthly summary note, comfort calls, quarterly & annual MDS, Braden scale, Falls Assessment, Care/Service Plans, skin rounds, restraints, MMDS, CNA Care Plans). Signs and dates all entries made in resident’s medical record/EMR. Meets attendance and punctuality guidelines. Manage competing demands. Demonstrates willingness and ability to learn new policies and procedures. Attends in-service training. Schedules time off in advance. Begins working on time. Keeps absences within guidelines. Flexible in meeting unit scheduling needs. Works where needed without complaint. Serves as a member of the management on call rotation.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be

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Dearborn
Posted 3 days ago

Position Overview: Responsible for evaluating the psychosocial and functional needs of residents and provides direct services as needed. Essential Functions and Responsibilities: include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Conducts Pre-Residency assessments of potential residents. Make recommendations for appropriate level of residency in conjunction with the Admissions Committee and the Executive Director. Recommends assessment for the Skilled Nursing Facility, as appropriate. Maintains records on all residents served and documents activity as appropriate. Maintains confidentiality of resident information. Collaborates effectively with internal departments and all levels of personnel on a wide variety of resident issues and provides education to staff. Conducts follow up assessments after move in to determine level of adjustment. Reviews incident reports and provides follow up as needed. Identifies residents in need of service, either through direct referral (from families, other residents, staff, etc.), or by the regular review of incident reports. Monitors the needs of residents routinely and maintains a list of those residents at risk of functional decline. Provides psychosocial support to residents and their families, individually, via family meetings or support groups and assists through the transition process to a higher level of care. Assesses, intervenes, and works to resolve issues regarding residents’ care and safety. Develops referral network within the community for available services, and makes appropriate referrals to and consults with other professional services as indicated. Educates residents about the importance of Advance Directives, and facilitates completion of such documents. Participates in the education and training of Social Work students. Compiles and submits monthly reports to the Manager on services rendered, and other professional activities. Continues to enhance professional skills through continuing education, community in-services, leadership training and other professional activity. Shares knowledge gained from training and educational sessions. Participates in marketing events, tours, etc. Attends and participates in supervisory meetings, weekly Resident Review meetings, and other meetings as needed. Performs other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Excellent interpersonal skills. Excellent written, verbal and listening skills.  Ability to work independently, implement plans, and has excellent problem solving skills.  Computer skills required.  Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite software. Education and/or Experience: Social Work degree (BSW or MSW) preferred.  Minimum education requirements as per state licensure (i.e., Michigan LBSW is acceptable). One year of Social Work experience in health care setting preferred.  Knowledge of geriatric population and dementia required. Supervisory Responsibilities: N/A Language Skills:  Ability to read, write and speak in English. License, Certificates, Registration: Social Work licensure and/or certification as required by State Board.  If the individual state does not require a Social Work license to practice Social Work, then no licensure is required. Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Keyboard repetitive motion; walking, stooping, bending and standing. Disclaimer: This job description is a general description of the duties and responsibilities of the position and is not to be interpreted as a complete list of the duties or requirements of this position.  

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Human Resources - Dearborn
Posted 1 week ago

Since 1993, Henry Ford Village has revolutionized the way people view aging. We are located on the historic Ford family farm, where Henry Ford was born and raised. Henry Ford Village features a beautiful 35 acre campus with 7 miles of hallways. Our environment fosters the ability to enhance the lives of our residents through outstanding care and personal interaction. If you are looking for a challenging career as a Medical Assistant with an innovative industry leader, this is the opportunity for you!   Position Overview: The Medical Assistant provides clinical support to the Occupational Health Nurse while handling multiple tasks at a very fast pace.   Essential Functions and Responsibilities: include the following. Provides assistance to the Occupational Health Nurse with performing pre-placement evaluations according to standing orders created by the Medical Director. Assists with coordinating and managing TB screening, Hepatitis B vaccination, flu vaccination, and/or state required programs, i.e. Varicella and Measles, Mumps, Rubella etc. Assists the Occupational Health Nurse with performing and coordinating pre-employment and for cause chain of custody urine collection. Performs other duties as assigned.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   Detail oriented and highly organized, able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. Must be able to think quickly on your feet. Excellent customer service skills required. Must have a professional appearance and professional phone manners. Microsoft Office experience required. Strong communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to communicate accurate information in emergency situation. Must be able to communicate effectively and calmly to employees, visitors and to all levels of staff. Strong organization skills required.   Education and/or Experience: One or more years of medical clinical skills required. High School Graduate/GED.  Graduate from accredited/certified Medical Assistant Program. Language Skills:  Ability to effectively communicate orally and in written form with all levels of employees.

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Human Resources - Dearborn
Posted 3 weeks ago

Since 1993, Henry Ford Village has revolutionized the way people view aging. We are located on the historic Ford family farm, where Henry Ford was born and raised. Henry Ford Village features a beautiful 35 acre campus with 7 miles of hallways. Our environment fosters the ability to enhance the lives of our residents through outstanding care and personal interaction. If you are looking for a challenging career as a Occupational Health Nurse with an innovative industry leader, this is the opportunity for you!   Position Overview: The Occupational Health Nurse will provide prompt and reliable pre-placement screenings, health care and appropriate follow-up treatment plans for employee illnesses and work-related injuries, manage the company’s workers compensation function, administer the company’s “leave of absence” program, handle drug testing according to policy, and ensure compliance with OSHA, ADA, and FMLA.   Position Overview: The Occupational Health Nurse will provide prompt and reliable pre-placement screenings, health care and appropriate follow-up treatment plans for employee illnesses and work-related injuries, manage workers’ compensation, administer “leave of absence” program, handle drug testing according to policy, and ensure compliance with OSHA, ADA, and FMLA.   Essential Functions and Responsibilities: include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Perform pre-placement evaluations according to standing orders created by the Medical Director. Does not medically disqualify a candidate without approval by the Medical Director. Provide case management for employees with work related injuries to minimize lost time with a primary focus on employee wellness to include transitional duty placement. Maintain medical/OSHA records to ensure compliance with federal regulations and confidentiality of employee information. Coordinate and implement safety and wellness training programs as needed for employees. Coordinate and monitor medical leaves of absence to ensure compliance with FMLA. Coordinate and manage TB screening, Hepatitis B vaccination, flu vaccination and/or state required programs, i.e. Varicella and Measles, Mumps, Rubella. Case manage employees diagnosed with communicable disease, including blood and body fluid exposures, in coordination with employee’s physician and local and/or state health agencies and standing orders created by the Medical Director. Manage the worker’s compensation function and serve as primary liaison with the insurance provider and risk management. Perform and coordinate pre-employment and for cause chain of custody urine collection. Coordinate third party administered random drug testing program. Serve as an actively member on the Safety committee. Counsel and refer employees to proper agencies with personal/medical problems including the Company’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Assist with root cause analysis for employee incidents as needed. Attend Recruitment huddles, update Applicant spreadsheets and provide applicant clearance dispositions.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.   Must have knowledge of medical terminology and equipment. Computer literacy required in Microsoft office. Experience in administering workers’ compensation programs, chain of custody drug screening, and OSHA compliance is required. Phlebotomy skills are a must. The ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Demonstrate compassion while maintaining objectivity.   Education and/or Experience: Registered or Practical Nurse licensed in Michigan with two years of related experience in the occupational health setting. Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Certification in Occupational Health is preferred.    Supervisory Responsibilities: Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable state/federal laws. Responsible for providing employees with Occupational Health training topics. Coordinate and assist in placing employees on transitional duty for workers’ compensation injuries, addressing complaints and resolving problems.   Language Skills:  Ability to effectively communicate orally and in written form with all levels of employees.   License, Certificates, Registration:  Licensed in Michigan as a RN or LPN.    

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Full Time
Dearborn
Posted 4 weeks ago

Essential functions include the following: Greet and direct residents, visitors, and staff and handle questions/concerns efficiently. Operate switchboard and direct calls efficiently. Monitor reception, package and deliveries, etc.

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Health Services - Dearborn
Posted 2 months ago

Since 1993, Henry Ford Village has revolutionized the way people view aging. We are located on the historic Ford family farm, where Henry Ford was born and raised. Henry Ford Village features a beautiful 35 acre campus with 7 miles of hallways. Our environment fosters the ability to enhance the lives of our residents through outstanding care and personal interaction. If you are looking for a challenging career as a RN or LPN with an innovative industry leader, this is the opportunity for you!   Position Overview: Responsible for the direct observation of resident’s condition and assessing the need for appropriate intervention. Provides nursing care according to established policies and procedures, develop and implements the resident’s plan and participates in the evaluation of care.  Supervises various nursing personnel on a regular basis.   Essential Functions and Responsibilities: include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Documents resident’s responses and the effectiveness of nursing interventions, including the administration of PRN medications. Demonstrates the ability to develop an individualized care plan by utilizing the MDS assessment and care planning process. Follows through with clinical and psychosocial issues as evidenced by contacting the appropriate individual(s) in a timely manner. Carries through with comprehensive documentation or until resolution of clinical or psychosocial issues. Supervision, documentation and direct resident care as delineated in the Charge Nurse Responsibilities Guidelines. Ensure that the CNA’s refer to residents’ care plans prior to administering care to the resident. Makes daily rounds to ensure nursing personnel are performing their work assignments in accordance with acceptable nursing standards. Make periodic checks to ensure that prescribed treatments are being properly administered by nursing staff and to evaluate the resident’s physical and emotional status. Plans, supervises, and instructs other staff members work. Knowledge of when to seek help or guidance from immediate supervisor or appropriate resource person. Makes daily rounds on each resident and initiates concurrent review procedure when appropriate. Prepares monthly rounds sheet and participates in rounds. Admits, transfers, and discharges residents as necessary. Ensure that an adequate stock level of medications, medical supplies, equipment, etc., is maintained on your unit/shift at all times. Complete incident reports as necessary. Transcribe physician’s orders to resident charts, cardex, medication cards, treatment/care plans/service plans, as required. Respond to all resident requests (verbally or call-light) for assistance. Practice positive resident relations; responds to resident and family inquiries, concerns or problems. Displays a caring and respectful demeanor towards residents, families and staff. Maintains confidentiality. Manages difficult or emotional situations. Assumes responsibility for own professional growth and development as evidenced by participation in classes and seminars that facilitate enhancement of RN’s knowledge base. Perform technical aspects of resident care according to established policies and procedures. Adapts techniques to individual resident’s needs. Administer medication with knowledge of action, route of administration, side effects and contraindications. Administer professional services such as catheterization, tube feedings, IV’s, suction, applying and changing dressings/bandages, packs, colostomy and drainage bags, taking blood and ROM exercises, care for the dead/dying, etc., as required. Satisfactorily completes annual competency checklist. Contributes to resident assessment and MDS/Care/Service Planning process. Communicate about resident’s condition between and among nursing shifts and exchanges resident information with staff nurses and certified nursing assistants on an ongoing basis throughout the assigned shift. Communicate and cooperate with members of interdisciplinary health care team to accomplish resident goals established in care/service plans. Gives accurate and concise report on each resident to the following shift. Review complaints and grievances made by the resident and make a written/oral report to the DON/Supervisor indicating what action(s) were taken to resolve the complaint or grievance. Follow the facility’s established procedures. Report and investigate all allegations of resident abuse and/or misappropriation of resident property. Provide accurate written documentation on 24-hour report. Explains nursing techniques and procedures and assists nursing personnel in providing resident care. Displays willingness and ability to work as a team. Maintains a positive attitude; does not offer complaints, offers suggestions. Demonstrates a time conscious awareness; reduces non-essential interruptions to an absolute minimum in order to complete resident care priorities. Verifies the identity of the resident before administering the medication/treatment. Utilizes gait belt appropriately. Promptly answers resident call lights. Assesses resident needs and makes regular rounds. Practices all safety and loss prevention procedures; monitor adherence to safety rules and regulations and takes remedial action when necessary. Demonstrates knowledge of emergency policies and procedures. Implement and practice infection control policies and procedures; ensure compliance by assigned CNA’s to universal precautions and all other infection control guidelines; inform supervisor of any real or potential infection control concerns. Provides education to families regarding disease process and adjustment to continuum care. Maintains own staff development record accurately. Participates in unit QA/QI activities for improved resident care. Participates in the orientation of new residents/families to the facility. Meets mandatory educational requirements as required by regulatory agencies. Effectively adjusts assignments with changes in resident care needs. Provides leadership to nursing personnel assigned to that shift. Regularly attends staff meetings; when unable to attend, reads & initials minutes. Meets mandatory educational requirements as required by regulatory agencies. Required documentation completed accurately and timely (monthly summary note, comfort calls, quarterly & annual MDS, Braden scale, Falls Assessment, Care/Service Plans, skin rounds, restraints, MMDS, CNA Care Plans). Signs and dates all entries made in resident’s medical record. Meets attendance and punctuality guidelines. Manage competing demands. Demonstrates willingness and ability to learn new policies and procedures. Willingly attends in-service training. Schedules time off in advance. Begins working on time. Keeps absences within guidelines. Flexible in meeting unit scheduling needs. Works where needed without complaint.   License, Certificates, Registration: Licensed in the State of Michigan as a Nurse. Education and/or Experience:  Bachelor’s Degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university; or  an Associates Degree with one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Basic Computer skills required.  Supervisory Responsibilities:  Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.  

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Health Services - Dearborn
Posted 2 months ago

Since 1993, Henry Ford Village has revolutionized the way people view aging. We are located on the historic Ford family farm, where Henry Ford was born and raised. Henry Ford Village features a beautiful 35 acre campus with 7 miles of hallways. Our environment fosters the ability to enhance the lives of our residents through outstanding care and personal interaction. If you are looking for a challenging career as a Resident Associate with an innovative industry leader, this is the opportunity for you!   Position Overview: A Resident Associate provides direct personal care for residents. Responsible for guiding or assisting residents with activities of Life that they are unable to perform without guidance. Must foster resident’s independence and freedom of choice at all times.   Essential Functions and Responsibilities: Takes vital signs as indicated. Changes beds, gives showers or baths and assists with dressing. Provides in-house escort services to all areas in Assisted Living. Responsible for providing guidance and assistance for residents as needed. Makes daily rounds to residents. Monitors and informs supervisor and responsible party of residents’ status, any change in health condition and/or the need for medical appointments. Assists in serving of meals and with any needs residents may have during dining. Delivers meal trays and assist residents who are unable to eat their meals in the dining room. Participates and assists with resident-centered activities. Responds for providing paperwork to Emergency personnel for resident transfers and discharges. Investigates, document and notify the Assisted Living Manager, Director of Nursing and the appropriate responsible party of resident incidents and submit the documentation to the Assisted Living Manager and the Director of Nursing. Must foster team initiative with employees in all departments. Responsible for creating and maintaining a work environment that encourages teamwork, a positive demeanor and a calm working-environment throughout the community.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:  Assists with ongoing assessment of residents’ needs to promote independence. Maintains accurate records of observations and services rendered to residents. Assists the resident in making doctor’s appointments. Attends in-service training and education session, as assigned. Maintain confidentiality of all pertinent resident care information to assure HIPAA policies are followed and resident rights are protected. Ability to communicate effectively with residents, family and staff. Must be able to perform simple arithmetic and document care given. Ability to transfer residents weighing 50 pounds or more using a transfer belt, mechanical lift or with assistance of others. Performs additional duties as assigned by Management.   Education and/or Experience High School Diploma or G.E.D. required

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Part Time
Health Services - Dearborn
Posted 2 months ago

Since 1993, Henry Ford Village has revolutionized the way people view aging. We are located on the historic Ford family farm, where Henry Ford was born and raised. Henry Ford Village features a beautiful 35 acre campus with 7 miles of hallways. Our environment fosters the ability to enhance the lives of our residents through outstanding care and personal interaction. If you are looking for a challenging career as a Resident Associate with an innovative industry leader, this is the opportunity for you!   Position Overview: A Resident Associate provides direct personal care for residents. Responsible for guiding or assisting residents with activities of Life that they are unable to perform without guidance. Must foster resident’s independence and freedom of choice at all times.   Essential Functions and Responsibilities: Takes vital signs as indicated. Changes beds, gives showers or baths and assists with dressing. Provides in-house escort services to all areas in Assisted Living. Responsible for providing guidance and assistance for residents as needed. Makes daily rounds to residents. Monitors and informs supervisor and responsible party of residents’ status, any change in health condition and/or the need for medical appointments. Assists in serving of meals and with any needs residents may have during dining. Delivers meal trays and assist residents who are unable to eat their meals in the dining room. Participates and assists with resident-centered activities. Responds for providing paperwork to Emergency personnel for resident transfers and discharges. Investigates, document and notify the Assisted Living Manager, Director of Nursing and the appropriate responsible party of resident incidents and submit the documentation to the Assisted Living Manager and the Director of Nursing. Must foster team initiative with employees in all departments. Responsible for creating and maintaining a work environment that encourages teamwork, a positive demeanor and a calm working-environment throughout the community.   Knowledge,Skills and Abilities: Assists with ongoing assessment of residents’ needs to promote independence. Maintains accurate records of observations and services rendered to residents. Assists the resident in making doctor’s appointments. Attends in-service training and education session, as assigned. Maintain confidentiality of all pertinent resident care information to assure HIPAA policies are followed and resident rights are protected. Ability to communicate effectively with residents, family and staff. Must be able to perform simple arithmetic and document care given. Ability to transfer residents weighing 50 pounds or more using a transfer belt, mechanical lift or with assistance of others. Performs additional duties as assigned by Management.   Education and/or Experience: High School Diploma or G.E.D. required                

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Part Time
Health Services - Dearborn
Posted 2 months ago

Since 1993, Henry Ford Village has revolutionized the way people view aging. We are located on the historic Ford family farm, where Henry Ford was born and raised. Henry Ford Village features a beautiful 35 acre campus with 7 miles of hallways. Our environment fosters the ability to enhance the lives of our residents through outstanding care and personal interaction. If you are looking for a challenging career as a CNA with an innovative industry leader, this is the opportunity for you!   Position Overview: The primary purpose of this job position is to provide your assigned residents with the routine daily assistance they need in their activities of daily living, and as may be directed by your Supervisors. The position requires a rare combination of clinical skills and the psychological needs that the residents need. Essential Functions and Responsibilities: include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Effectively implements individualized resident care plans. Responds in a timely fashion to all resident requests. Provide timely, accurate and complete documentation on resident notes. Accurate, complete skin assessments and any changes reported immediately. Baths and all required care are given in a calm, professional manner. Competently completes assignments in a timely manner. Residents’ rooms and property carefully handled. Resident rounds are made at least every 2 hours for toileting, repositioning, assessing hydration, etc. Displays courtesy and respect. Manages difficult or emotional customer situations. Maintains resident confidentiality. Respond to all resident requests for assistance. Resident privacy and dignity are maintained at all times. Smiles and consistently exudes a pleasant persona. Expresses genuine caring attitude to geriatric resident population. Escorts residents as needed. Competent in required job skills and knowledge. Knowledgeable in doing transfers safely. Ability to provide range of motion, proper positioning, and assist with resident ambulation. Proper use of Standard Precautions. Follows all Nursing Department Policies and Procedures. Gives complete report to charge nurse/case manager as needed during the day and at the end of the shift on all residents on assignment. Shares ideas to solve problems on the unit/department and looks for ways to improve unit/department. Exhibits good listening and comprehension. Willingness to share resident knowledge with other staff. Selects and uses appropriate communication methods. Ability to work with others in a professional atmosphere. Acts as a role model for new employees. Contributes to building a positive team spirit. Uses all equipment safely and correctly. Utilizes gait belt appropriately. Reports malfunctioning equipment promptly. Demonstrates a time-conscious awareness, keeping non-essential interruptions to an absolute minimum in order to complete resident care priorities. Demonstrates knowledge of emergency policies and procedures. Practices appropriate infection control measures. Is well organized and ready to start assignment at the end of report. Willingly attends in-services to increase job knowledge and skills. Does not require reminders to perform tasks and complete assignment. Fulfills requirement for 12 hours of in-service yearly. Visibly displays ID Badge at all times. Is flexible and willingly works other assignments as dictated by resident need. Assumes responsibility for professional certification(s) Always ready to start report on time. Ability to accept constructive criticism. Demonstrates willingness and ability to learn new policies and procedures. Manages competing demands. Changes approach or method to best fit the situation. Schedules time off in advance. Begins working on time. Keeps absences within guidelines. Assumes responsibility for accurately recording own schedule. Flexible in meeting department scheduling needs Education and/or Experience:  High School diploma or GED required License, Certificates, Registration: Current certification from the State Board of Nursing required  

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Position Overview: The Campus Security Officer is responsible for the safety and security of the residents, visitors, employees, and facilities.

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Full Time
Health Services - Dearborn
Posted 2 months ago

Since 1993, Henry Ford Village has revolutionized the way people view aging. We are located on the historic Ford family farm, where Henry Ford was born and raised. Henry Ford Village features a beautiful 35 acre campus with 7 miles of hallways. Our environment fosters the ability to enhance the lives of our residents through outstanding care and personal interactions. If you are looking for a challenging career as an Admissions Coordinator with an innovative industry leader, this is the opportunity for you!   Position Overview: The Admissions Coordinator is responsible for managing the Health Care admissions process and for establishing and maintaining an open, effective communication between the facility and referral sources, physicians, and third party payers.   Essential Functions and Responsibilities: include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Obtains referrals from hospital social workers, physicians, or family members keeping wait lists current. Functions as the Health Service’s public relations person, providing tours of the facility and pertinent information regarding admissions as well as occasional off-site visits to hospitals and doctor’s offices. Conducts admission interviews with the resident and/or responsible party, obtaining all required financial data, signatures, pertinent social information and medical information, attending physician information, and other pertinent and required documentation prior to admission. Reviews all admission related paperwork with the resident and or/responsible party including Medicare Part A coverage and non-coverage procedures. Maintains all non medical record related paperwork in an admissions file for each resident. Processes all Medicare Denial letters, Medicare certification and re-certifications according to Medicare regulations. Maintains on-going census activity such as admissions, discharges, deaths, room transfers, changes in payment methods, and temporary and permanent apartment status. Maintains Life Care resident statistics, permanent assignments, temporary assignments, and notifies resident and/or the responsible party of permanent and temporary status in the Health Center. Keeps an ongoing daily/monthly census of residents in the Health Center noting admissions, discharges, deaths, transfers, changes in payment methods, and temporary and permanent assignments. Maintains an accurate list of number of days an independent living resident resides in the Health Center. Coordinates utilization review for new admissions covered by Medicare Part A. Maintains complete confidentiality regarding admission information and resident records. Assists in coordinating admissions/transfers/discharges with other departments. Ensures that the resident, family, and responsible person are fully informed of the resident’s personal and property rights.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties. Great working knowledge of Medicare Part A and certification procedures Experience in a long term care setting preferred Must possess excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills Ability to juggle multiple priorities.   Education and/or Experience:  High School diploma or equivalent required. A minimum of one year experience in an office environment

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Full Time
Dining Services - Dearborn
Posted 3 months ago

Assists in the overall supervision of all aspects of meal time service and the overall efficiency of the dining room and sanitation operations (including training, evaluating, and disciplining).

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Part Time
Dining Services - Dearborn
Posted 3 months ago

Position Overview: Ensures the efficiency of food services through proper cleaning and sanitation of kitchen, dining areas, trash disposal areas, equipment, cookware, dishes, etc. Performs stock tasks as directed.  Assists with meal service tasks as directed. Essential Functions and Responsibilities: include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Organizes, cleans and sanitizes kitchen, dining areas, loading dock, elevators, dining storage areas, trash disposal areas, equipment, cookware, dishes, etc. Assists stock/utility staff person with inventory receiving, verification, stocking and tracking. Communicates appropriately with all food service staff, supervisors, other facility staff and listens effectively. Assists with meal service tasks as directed. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Ability to deal effectively with several projects, an eye for detail, and a friendly manner in dealing with guests and coworkers. Ability to follow instructions, follow through with assignments, follow cleaning and other schedules and other written information (e.g., production sheets and serve meals if needed).  Conscientious, diligent, hard-working, and flexible. Education and/or Experience:  Experience in a kitchen/food serving environment preferred, but not required.  High School Diploma or GED required, unless an active student.  Supervisory Responsibilities: Language Skills:  License, Certificates, Registration:  Certificate in food service sanitation (ServSafe) preferred after employment.  Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Walking, standing, bending, sitting, speaking, lifting, pushing, stooping, stretching, thinking, evaluating, instructing, calculating, writing, learning new skills and information.

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