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  1. The Villas at Stanford Ranch, Rocklin's luxurious assisted living community for seniors, is seeking an Activities Director to add to the team! Our assisted living community houses all three tiers - Memory Care, Assisted Living, and Independent Living. We are seeking an activities Director for our Independent and Assisted Living sector.. Are you an upbeat, happy-go-lucky, event planning, organized, outside the box thinker? If you answered yes, and meet the requirements below, apply today! Responsibilities include: Ensure our residents recognize personal satisfaction and enrichment through designing and implementing innovative and creative activities, programs, outings and other events. Develop newsletter content, flyers, activity calendars, one-pagers, and other collateral material that support resident/family/staff awareness and engagement. Collaborate with other Department Heads to ensure full visibility of programming. Develop, proactively plan and implement creative activities, outings and programs that enrich our resident's lives. Control costs, manage the activities budget, manage and inspire the activities team Promote participation in activities and help foster social connectedness between residents. Gather feedback from residents concerning activities and adjust programs to best meet the resident's needs. Involve family members and guests in activities/programs whenever possible. Coordinate resident transportation for needs including, but not limited to, activities, shopping, and doctor trips Establish and coordinate the Community Resident Council and attend all meetings Listen and respond to all resident problems, complaints, suggestions, and ideas regarding activities Coordinate use of all volunteers Document history of community with photographs and scrapbooks Works under general supervision but functions well with autonomy. MUST be a team player! Skills required: Excellent communication skills: You will be working with a variety of people and departments, so it's critical that you enjoy interacting with others on a daily basis and are comfortable speaking in front of small groups. Incredible attention to detail: It's the little things that count! Self-directed: Must be able to take a project, run with it, and (ideally) exceed expectations by anticipating needs. Creativity: We are a luxurious community and hold ourselves to a high standard. Creativity in developing outside the box activities that differentiate us from the competition is crucial. Organization: Amongst the chaos of the day to day responsibilities and activities, maintaining organization is a must. If you are looking for a rewarding position and a great company culture, we urge you to apply! The Villas At Stanford Ranch is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Full-time Staffing staffing@thevillasatstanfordranch.com 1430 W. Stanford Ranch Rd. Rocklin, CA 95765 Phone: (916)741-7050 Fax: (916)259-2698
  2. Internal Validation to Prevent Job Burnout …. Author : M. Celeste Chase AC-BC, ACC, CDP Activity Directors Network - ActivityDirector.org 10/24/2018 Many of us, admittedly most of us, look for some level of external feedback in the form of recognition to measure the importance of what we do. Feedback from our family, friends, business associates or coworkers helps us to develop a sense of personal and professional contribution. But all too frequently we give away our power to others to rate how successful we are while working to achieve our goals. The success of our own internal ability to self-motivate will increase or decrease greatly when those external sources say yah or nah to what we do often leading to a maker or breaker attitude. We can always count on our loved ones to give us what we need to succeed but that is not the expected scenario out there in the working world. It is neither rewarding nor any fun to toil away at a job where your efforts go unnoticed. You are especially prone to those influences when the elements of your work are demanding both physically and emotionally. GIVE YOURSELF PERMISSION Give yourself permission to find reward and value in what you do. When we are waiting for those external sources to find time during that busy work day to give us praise for work well done, we stand in pause, a momentary state of waiting for validation and responses to unanswered questions. Are we valued, are we not valued for our work? Did we do as well as we thought we did – did we do as well as we wanted to? Permit yourself to self-reflect and self-rate what you do first and then proceed to include the input from those outside sources. Establishing a sense of a job well done is the best way to prevent burnout. Ask yourself if your still leaving work at the end of the day feeling satisfaction and excitement upon the thought of returning back to work the next day. SEEK DIRECTION Before evaluation date, pursue a dialogue with your work supervisor to ask how you are doing. Your approach should not be defensive but rather should be to seek better understanding of what is expected and whether you are on the right track. Ask for clarification if need be so you can make clear plan of action to meet your job requirements. You will ensure that you remain on target to be in line to move into another position of more responsibility if you have aspirations to do so. You are looking to partner with your supervisor in a way that supports the overall mission & goals of your department. Your supervisor will remember & appreciate this meeting when your actual performance rating is scheduled. EDUCATION There is never a time when we have learned it all; regardless of what position of professional status one may achieved. Continued education is not only consistently required to maintain certifications but continues to provide one of the largely single greatest source of renewed interest in any given career path. Learning sparks introspective thought that provokes one to look for better and more current strategies to improve delivery and discover more effective ways to offer the services provided. Job burnout is often seen to take hold when work tasks become mundane in nature or otherwise automatic and lack the need for individualized thought process, thus, mind stimulation through continued education provides a pathway that may prevent that “same old same old” mind set. YOU ARE NOT ALONE – JOIN THE TEAM Protect yourself from that “it’s me and me alone” feeling. No one success story in any profession, business or leadership role, was ever accomplished by just one individual alone. Plans are devised policies & procedures are written but it takes the entire team to create a synergy – whereas; combined effect of the sum of all is greater than individual efforts. Remember … “IT TAKES A VILLAGE” Here are a few qualities that a successful team possess. Group focus on goals and mutual support of each other’s achievements Everyone contributes their fair share – jointly collaborating towards a common action plan The team offers each other support & develops natural synergy amongst the group Unity of individualized members creates a collaboration of diversity that creates success Good leadership is balanced by each individuals unique leadership style Look around for Validation Look for those rewards that which is not spoken; those quiet subtle nuances that speak volumes. You will see that in the smiles, it will present in the body language, it will be reflected in the positive behaviors and in the active engagement of those you serve. Take time at the end of each day or week to reflect on what went well and what didn’t go as well. This task helps you to recall both what you’re good at and why you do what you do. Concentrate on the positive to nourish your self esteem and self-validate your achievements. Those external sources charged with rating you in the work world will also see that you have that special quality – that capacity to improve the quality of life of others in a meaningful way. “Look to move away from the desire to obtain external validation; fulfillment, job burnout prevention and real validation will come from within and will always lead to a proven success story.” Internal Validation to Prevent Job Burnout …. Author : M. Celeste Chase AC-BC, ACC, CDP Activity Directors Network - ActivityDirector.org 10/24/2018
  3. What’s The Difference . . . between Adult Day Centers? Author: M. Celeste Chase, ACC, CDP Activity Directors Network 10/17/2018 -Medical, therapy and socialization centers -Socialization and safety centers -Alzheimer’s and dementia care facilities Adult Day Centers are either social or medical in nature with specifically trained and compassionate staff that creates programs to meet the needs, preferences and cultural differences of those they serve. These facilities offer supportive assistance by way of physical activities and cognitive stimulation and/ or medical care during the day-time hours (no overnight stays). Family members can plan for daily “predictable respite” for which they might use to relax or go to work or run necessary errands (without the added burden taking their senior loved ones with them). When participants go home to be with their families after a day at the center, families will find their loved ones happy, stimulated, alert and often more ready to sleep soundly through the night. Giving the entire family a most welcomed nighttime benefit which is often desperately needed. Without a doubt adult day health programming leads to improved well-being and increased socialization within a safe, nurturing and comfortable community setting. Medical vs. Social - There are two types of adult day care: Both provide a comfortable, secure place for a senior to reside during the day, enabling them to socialize, stay active, remain productive and enjoy an improved quality of life, Typically, the center provides one or two meals a day. Some centers provide transportation for pick up and/or drop off, which may or may not be included in the cost. The main difference between medical and social day care is that the medical model also provides an array of medical professionals, which may include on-site registered nurses, speech therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, social workers and registered dietitians. Keeping it simple; the easiest way to identify the difference between these two centers is to take a look at the name. An “adult day care” facility, without the word - “health” in the title are not required to adhere to the same standards and regulations and do not offer the availability of on-site health care professionals from a range of disciplines to provide clinical oversight. Adult Day Centers and Offerings Socialization and safety centers – Adult Day Care Adult Day Care Many centers have well-trained activity specialists who lead dynamic activities programs. These programs might include arts and crafts, intergenerational programs, music, cooking classes, exercise sessions, movies, discussion groups, live entertainment and trips into the community. Some care centers offer programs that are especially designed for physically frail individuals with special medical needs such as diabetes, hypertension and post-stroke disabilities, and those with mental health challenges such as dementia, confusion and Alzheimer's disease. The goal is to be an extension of the home environment with caring, personalized service. These centers rely on private pay reimbursement for services provided. Medical, therapy and socialization centers – Adult Day Health Adult Day Health centers offer all of the same services you would find in Adult Day Care centers mentioned above, in addition; they provide ” certified” amenities via trained health care professionals such as physical, occupational and speech therapies, nursing services, personal care, social services and much more depending on the individuals acuity level assessment. These centers are prepared and well equipped to enroll not only very independent individuals but also those with chronic physical illness and/or cognitively challenging needs. Most states have specific governing bodies that work to establish procedures for licensing and regulation standards to oversee the business of Adult Day Health “medical” care centers. These regulations are mandated and centers are required to adhere to guidelines and protocols to be given licensing privileges. These standards are not only specific to medical record guidelines but are also required for the centers to qualify to submit billing to Medicaid and/or Medicare for reimbursement of services on behalf of those participants pre-approved to receive these benefits. Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care centers – may be found in either social or medical model centers (medical facilities usually provide for more advanced stages of the disease). Many dementia patients are at risk for safety and cannot be left unsupervised. Progressive memory and cognitive decline may lead to potential for wandering, risk for self harm from misuse of everyday regular household items. This puts family caregivers in a difficult position, especially if outside help is scarce and/or family members are still working. Dementia programs at adult day centers typically utilize security features to prevent wandering as well as improved staffing ratios to ensure seniors are safe and their needs are met in a timely manner. This provides invaluable free time and peace of mind for the dementia caregivers. Skilled Adult day centers that specialize in the care of those with dementia are becoming more and more in demand in light of the increased numbers of seniors diagnosed with this disease over the past few years. Many states require centers to have staff members obtain specific dementia training to care for this population. Trained professionals are able to recognize those seniors that prefer quiet, solitude like environment while others are in desperate need of more stimulation. This expertise proactively minimizes potential disruptive behavior by addressing each individual’s unique needs. State regulations have been written to target this topic requiring medication management to modify behavior to be used only as the last option after it is documented that all non-pharmaceutical interventions have been implemented without success through the individualized care plan. Adult Day centers provide an array of activities for attendees to participate in; adapted to each person’s unique abilities to maximize enjoyment and minimize frustration. Many centers also offer flexible scheduling choices from attending just a few hours each day to attending the entire day for one or more days per week. The affordable cost of care for Adult Day allows these centers to be more accessible to a wide range of families for senior care options. Clearly, Adult Day Centers are the go to choice for those looking find support that fits into their family values and needs while allowing them to keep their loved one at home. Author : M. Celeste Chase, ACC, CDP All Rights Reserved Contact
  4. StoryPoint and Independence Villages currently have opportunities available in Michigan and Ohio communities! Available Positions include: Regional Life Enrichment Director Life Enrichment Director Life Enrichment Lead Life Enrichment Assistant If you or someone you know is interested, please visit our online career centers and APPLY TODAY! Independence Villages: https://careers-independencevillages.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&searchCategory=23692 StoryPoint: https://careers-storypoint.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&searchCategory=23692 If you have questions, please contact Samantha Kennedy at skennedy@csigholding.com or 810-534-1784
  5. Provident Village at Canton, a premier senior living community in Canton, GA, seeks a Life Enrichment Coordinator to plan a therapeutic recreation program for residents as part of a total resident care plan; provide supervision and protection of residents during activities; provide transportation for residents to attend activities outside the community; supervise activity assistants and volunteers; maintain current activity assessments, care plans, and applicable forms to meet current state and federal guidelines; and maintain inventory of necessary supplies and equipment to meet the needs of the program. Provident Village at Canton offers a great work environment, competitive pay, full benefits, and a balanced work schedule. EOE. Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent required. Bachelor’s Degree in Therapeutic Recreation, Occupational Therapy, or related field preferred. Certification as an Activities Coordinator or completion of approved courses. 2+ years’ experience in an assisted living or long-term care setting. Previous supervisory experience. Excellent organization, time management, and customer service skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proficiency with computers and Microsoft Office programs. Knowledge and understanding of the social, psychological, and recreational needs of the elderly and disabled populations, and the ability to plan and organize activities geared toward the needs of those populations. Demonstrated creativity, enthusiasm, patience, integrity, and a positive attitude toward elderly and disabled populations. Demonstrated leadership ability and willingness to cooperate and work with others. Must possess basic understanding of medical terminology. Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English. Fluency in other languages is helpful. Visit ActivityDirectorJobs.com for more details . http://activitydirectorjobs.com/jobs/life-enrichment-coordinator-georgia/
  6. Colonial Belle Rehab and Nursing in Sealy Texas is seeking an Activity Director. The Activity Director will plan and execute a full, resident centered activity program for 55 individuals. Provide MDS input and document activity participation via Point, Click, Care. Participate in quality and care programs Please forward resume via email or call Patsy McInerney at 979-885-2937. Visit ActivityDirectorJobs.com for more info http://activitydirectorjobs.com/jobs/activity-director-job-sealy-texas/
  7. Job Description We are a 295 bed facility in Warren, MI. We are looking for an Activity Supervisor to work under the Director to assist with staffing, run the volunteer program, conducting occasional activities and supervising staff. The position is full-time with great benefits (401K,medical,dental, vision insurance) Previous activity aide experience, computer skills, and compassion as must. How to ApplyPlease email resumes to mmalone@autumnwoods.com or call for an interview (586)574-3444 ext.120 Visit ActivityDirectorJobs.com
  8. SIGN ON BONUS! $500 Half will be paid after 30 days of successful employment and the other half after 90 days. CRISTA Senior Living, a ministry of CRISTA has been a senior care provider for over 60 years. Located in Shoreline Washington. Cristwood offers a full spectrum of care: Independent living, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation services. Loving God by serving people is CRISTA’s mission and we are looking for the right candidate who wants an exceptional career/ministry opportunity as an Activities Coordinator for our Dementia residents in our Assisted Living facility. The incumbent will be responsible for maintaining a resident activity program that fosters an environment of social, mental, physical and spiritual wholeness for residents on our beautiful Shoreline campus. If you are looking to integrate your administrative and relational gifts in a senior community environment with your Christian faith, consider applying today. Qualifications: Christian Commitment: Must have and maintain a strong personal faith in Christ. Experience: Previous experience working or volunteering with older adults. Experience working with residents with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Licensure/Certification: Education: Associate degree in Education, geriatrics or healthcare from an accredited college or university recognized by the United States Department of Education or equivalent. An Activities Certification or equivalent working experience on a year-for-year basis can be substituted. Software and Equipment Used: Proficient user of Microsoft Office Suite, such as Word, Excel and Publisher. Other Considerations: Enjoy working with seniors. Good interpersonal skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to read, write, communicate in and interpret English at a functional level. Ability to find solutions to resident problems/concerns. Ability to work in an environment with constant interruptions. Flexible work hours; some evenings or weekend hours are required to support marketing events and maintain census goals. Display excellent organizational skills. Follow schedules effectively and publicize events well in advance. Maintain good listening skills with a positive Christian attitude concerning life. Ability to be diplomatic, tactful, and courteous when dealing with residents and others. Ability to use digital camera and post pictures for resident boards. Ability to work collaboratively with supervisor, coworkers, residents and families. How to Apply Please go to the following URL to apply: https://chj.tbe.taleo.net/chj05/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CRISTA&cws=1&rid=1588 Or visit www.Crista.org/employment to search our other opportunities. Visit ActivityDirectorjobs.com for more details.....
  9. Provident Village at Creekside, a premier senior living community in Smyrna, GA, seeks a Life Enrichment Coordinator to plan a therapeutic recreation program for residents as part of a total resident care plan; provide supervision and protection of residents during activities; provide transportation for residents to attend activities outside the community; supervise activity assistants and volunteers; maintain current activity assessments, care plans, and applicable forms to meet current state and federal guidelines; and maintain inventory of necessary supplies and equipment to meet the needs of the therapeutic recreation program. Provident Village at Creekside offers a great work environment, competitive pay, full benefits, and a balanced work schedule. EOE. Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent required. Bachelor’s Degree in Therapeutic Recreation, Occupational Therapy, or related field preferred. Certification as an Activities Coordinator or completion of approved courses, required. 2+ years’ experience in an assisted living or long-term care setting preferred. Previous supervisory experience preferred. Excellent organization, time management, and customer service skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proficiency with computers and Microsoft Office programs. Knowledge and understanding of the social, psychological, and recreational needs of the elderly and disabled populations, and the ability to plan and organize activities geared toward the needs of those populations. Demonstrated creativity, enthusiasm, patience, integrity, and a positive attitude toward elderly and disabled populations. Demonstrated leadership ability and willingness to cooperate and work with others. Must possess basic understanding of medical terminology. Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English. Fluency in other languages is helpful. Please submit a cover letter and resume to apps.creekside@providentvillage.com for consideration. Visit Activitydirectorjobs.com
  10. Activity Assistant Needed Full Time – Coopersburg, PA – Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, United States Job Description Valley Manor Health and Rehabilitation Center, Coopersburg, PA Our facility is in need of a full-time Activity Assistant in Coopersburg . The activity assistant is responsible for: Leading group events, assisting with planning and development of the activities program, documentation of resident participation, and collaborating with other departments within the facility. The address is 7650 Route 309 in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania Interested candidates must have a minimum high school education (or equivalent) and must be 18 years old or older. How to Apply Please apply in person at the facility. Valley Manor Health and Rehabilitation 7650 Route 309 in Coopersburg, Pa You can email me directly for directions jennide221@hotmail.com or call the facility at 610-282-1919.Job Categories: Assistant. Job Types: Full-Time. Salary: Open (based on ability). Job expires in 30 days. For complete details visity Activitydirectorjobs.com
  11. Cedarbrook Memory Care is looking for an experienced Director of Activities for their 68 bed community. We will be accepting applications through April 18th. Requirements: 1 year or more experience in planning activities must be able to conduct and lead group activities provide person centered care with seniors in the memory care setting have experience managing employees experience creating calendars must work with a team and mentoring staff must be able to drive our bus must be able pass criminal backgound check and health screening How to Apply You may apply in person at 1425 E Nees, Fresno, CA Email your inquiry or resume to CedarbrookED@Koelschsenior.com Visit http://www.activitydirectorjobs.com for more details
  12. Belmont Village Senior Living - Hunters Creek Activity Assistant - Senior Living Full-time positions available (flexible schedule includes some weekends). Ideal for a motivated and enthusiastic recent graduate interested in working with a state of the art Memory Care Program offering maximum career growth potential. Belmont Village Senior Living is an industry leader contributing to the field of aging and Assisted Living working collaboratively with renowned university and research groups. As a pioneer in the concept of Whole Brain Fitness, our Memory Programs are a therapeutic model aimed to inspire continual self-development. Join our team as an Activity Assistant! A Bachelor's Degree is required in the field of Recreational Therapy, Social Work, Psychology, Gerontology or a related field of study. This is an excellent opportunity for a recent graduate to begin a career in this fast growing industry. Use your professional skills in the areas of therapeutic programming, cognitive assessments and facilitation of groups to make a difference in the life of a senior! You will utilize your expertise in providing daily activity programming support for residents participating in our award winning Memory Enrichment Programs. Position Responsibilities: Facilitate specialized activities for residents with cognitive disabilities. Ensure person-centered programming utilizing the structured day programming. Maintain consistent communication with supervisor, nurses and families. Coordinate and assist with the lunch and dinner meal program. Ensure a fun and safe environment for residents. Maintain documentation & complete cognitive assessments. Professional Requirements: A Bachelors degree is required (Recreational Therapy, Social Work, Gerontology or related field). One year of activity experience working directly with the elderly or individuals with disabilities is preferred. Intermediate level computer skills with Microsoft Office and Publisher. Proven ability to research topics for supplement programming materials. Demonstrated effective communication and facilitation skills. Ability to work flexible days/hours. Fax, apply in person or apply online click here Belmont Village Senior Living is a leading developer and operator still driven by its founding mission of creating communities where seniors can flourish and lead comfortable, meaningful lives. Our award-winning programs and services promote healthy aging and are supported by best practices and university-guided research in the fields of gerontology, hospitality and dining, architecture, and consumer preferences. Belmont Village Senior Living operates 24 communities in the continental U.S. and is expanding into international markets with a community opening in Mexico City in 2016. A career at Belmont Village Senior Living is an opportunity to join a thriving and rapidly-growing field imbued with the purpose of helping seniors and their families. Belmont Village Senior Living offers full-time employees benefit plans including medical, dental, vision, prescription, short-term disability, long-term disability, life insurance, PTO and 401(k) savings. Belmont Village Senior Living - Hunters Creek 7667 Woodway Dr. Houston, TX 77063 phone: 713-781-1505 fax: 713-781-1510 For more information regarding Belmont Village Senior Living, Visit ActivityDirectorjobs.com for more details
  13. Belmont Village Senior Living – San Jose Activity Assistant – Senior Living Full-time and Part-time positions available. Ideal for a motivated and enthusiastic recent graduate interested in working with a state of the art Memory Care Program offering maximum career growth potential. Belmont Village Senior Living is an industry leader contributing to the field of aging and Assisted Living working collaboratively with renowned university and research groups. As a pioneer in the concept of Whole Brain Fitness, our Memory Programs are a therapeutic model aimed to inspire continual self-development. Join our team as an Activity Assistant! A Bachelors degree is required in the field of Recreational Therapy, Social Work, Psychology, Gerontology or a related field of study. This is an excellent opportunity for a recent graduate to begin a career in this fast growing industry. Use your professional skills in the areas of therapeutic programming, cognitive assessments and facilitation of groups to make a difference in the life of a senior! You will utilize your expertise in providing daily activity programming support for residents participating in our award winning Memory Enrichment Programs. Position Responsibilities: Facilitate specialized activities for residents with cognitive disabilities. Ensure person-centered programming utilizing the structured day programming. Maintain consistent communication with supervisor, nurses and families. Coordinate and assist with the lunch and dinner meal program. Ensure a fun and safe environment for residents. Maintain documentation & complete cognitive assessments. Professional Requirements: A Bachelors degree is required (Recreational Therapy, Social Work, Gerontology or related field). One year of activity experience working directly with the elderly or individuals with disabilities is preferred. Intermediate level computer skills with Microsoft Office and Publisher. Proven ability to research topics for supplement programming materials. Demonstrated effective communication and facilitation skills. Ability to work flexible days/hours. Fax, apply in person or apply online click here: http://sanjose.belmontvillagejobs.com/index.php?jid=608 Belmont Village Senior Living is a leading senior living developer and operator still driven by its founding mission of creating communities where seniors can flourish and lead comfortable, meaningful lives. Our award-winning programs and services promote healthy aging and are supported by best practices and university-guided research in the fields of gerontology, hospitality and dining, architecture, and consumer preferences. Belmont Village Senior Living operates 24 communities in the continental U.S. and is expanding into international markets with a community opening in Mexico City in 2016. A career at Belmont Village Senior Living is an opportunity to join a thriving and rapidly-growing field imbued with the purpose of helping seniors and their families. Belmont Village Senior Living offers full-time employees benefit plans including medical, dental, vision, prescription, short-term disability, long-term disability, life insurance, PTO and 401(k) savings. Belmont Village Senior Living – San Jose 500 South Winchester Blvd. San Jose, CA 95128 fax: 408-984-0767 Visit ActivityDirectorJobs.com for all the details - http://activitydirectorjobs.com/jobs/activity-assistant-full-time-part-time-san-jose-ca/
  14. Bath Manor Special Care Center Akron, Ohio We are seeking a Part-time Activity Assistant for our residents. Hours include some evenings and weekends. We are Music and Memory Care Certified. We care for Short Term Medical and Long Term Care residents, plus, a Dementia care unit. Applicants interested in the position must have activity experience with dementia experience. Everyday with our residents is an adventure. If you are interested in being part of a great team and making a difference in our residents lives, please apply for this position that is currently available. Susan Brady, RKT, ADPC Activities Director Bath Manor Special Care Centre How to ApplyApplicants can stop by and fill-out an application, We look forward to meeting you and remember, adventure is out there. 2330 Smith Road Akron, Ohio Resumes can be emailed to susanbrady@saberhealth.com. Any questions call (330)836-1006 ext 4234.
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  17. Activities Director needed Full Time Summerfield, Florida, United States Job Description1 | SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS: The Activity Director plans, organizes, and directs or carries out a program of activities, which will provide entertainment, intercommunication, exercise, relaxation, opportunity to express creative talent, and fulfill basic psychological, and social needs for residents. The Director will discover new venues for community involvement within the confines of the budget. 2 | MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Receive and welcome all visitors to the Activities Office by providing excellent customer service. • Answer incoming calls to the Activities Office and direct to the appropriate employees. Maintain records of telephone calls as required. • Plan meetings and events and encourage residents to assist in the planning. • Meet with the Communications and Activities Committee and keep them updated on current projects and ideas. Create the agenda and meeting packets for their meetings. • Conduct research, studies and surveys within and outside the community in order to develop new ideas and concepts that can be implemented that put Stonecrest’s activities above all other 55+ communities. • Accountable for the Activities Office petty cash and Activities budget. • Maintain a calendar for each room and common areas used by residents/POA for activities, meetings and events. Assist resident in scheduling activities and events. Updates the community website calendar. • Coordinate Christmas card and other special deliveries to the residents. • Updates and maintains the operation of the Community TV Channel. Includes creating the power point, uploading it to the server, and on to the community website. • Conduct kitchen, sound booth, piano, shuffle board and other trainings. Schedule and run activities fair, presidents meetings and New Resident Orientations. Schedule residents for fitness trainings. Maintain records of trained/oriented residents. • Manage staff and volunteers. Evaluate the Activities and Communications Specialist on an ongoing basis and conduct an official evaluation at least once a year. • Issue/assign resident identification badges, guest passes, gate barcodes/remotes, keys, and other items needed by residents/clubs/activities. Maintain records of items issued/assigned. • Maintain files and reports on various computer programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher and Access. • Understands the Association Rules and Regulations related to activities, events and clubs. • Maintain a flexible schedule. Some evenings and weekends will be required. • Assist residents with clubs and activities with binders. 3 | SECONDARY RESPONSIBILITIES: • Mail out correspondence and send out faxes when requested. • Monitor the Fitness Center and reports concerns to the Association Manager. • Assist as needed with duties and responsibilities of Activities and Communications Specialist. • Help train and assist staff and volunteers that work with the Cornerstones, website, and other community publications. • Assist in other tasks or projects as requested by management or other employees. • Any additional duties assigned by designated Board of Director or management. 5 | PREFERRED ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: • Trains residents on fitness equipment and teaches exercises classes as needed. • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in Recreation Management or Hospitality Management preferred. • Previous experience in the hospitality industry a plus. • Prefer two years’ experience in event planning and budgeting. • Previous knowledge or experience working in a homeowner association preferred, but not required. Salary is $32,000-$40,000 per year depending on qualifications. Visit http://www.activitydirectorjobs.com for more info
  18. Parc at Duluth outside of Atlanta, GA, is looking for full time activity assistant. If interested call 770-622-6880 for details and application process.
  19. Therapeutic Enrichment Activities Coordinator A Full Time Position at Birch Bay Retirement Village in Bar Harbor Maine. As the Director your duties are to design, coordinate and implement therapeutic activity services in all settings within the MDI Hospital Organization. Education required: Degree or certificate in Recreational or Art/Expressive Therapies. Experience Preferred: Two or more years experience in medical and/or geriatric services; familiarity with memory loss care. Activitydirectorjobs.com
  20. Hi, I have a resident that wants to sell items he makes within the center in order to make money. I can see pros/cons to this. I was wondering if anyone has experienced this before. Is this a resident rights issue? Is there a cap on how much they can make? I am worried about setting a precedent of residents selling in the nursing home. It is his activity of choice though. Scratching my head on this one. Would love feedback. K
  21. Activity Director Needed Family Health West - West Colorado Family Health West is looking for a Dynamic Activity Department Director for our Long Term Care Facility. Excellent Health & Dental Benefits ~ Matching Retirement Plan ~ New PTO Availability, to name just a few of the great benefits offered to our employees at Family Health West located in beautiful Western Colorado. Full-time position oversees the activity department to include staff management. This position will be responsible for assessment and implementation of group and individual activities based on each elder’s history, interests, abilities, physical limitations and needs. Other duties include but are not limited to defining short and long term goals with observable objectives and measurable limits; incorporating goals into the Care Plan, representing the elder’s interests at the care conference, etc. This position is responsible for ensuring that all federal and state regulations are met with regard to resident activities. Two-years long-term care experience required, dementia training strongly preferred. Must have a current Activities Director certification in the state of Colorado or must be willing to obtain within six months. If interested, please apply online at www.familyhealthwest.org.
  22. Freemont Hills Senior Living in Freemont California is hiring! Full Time Benefits Check out the listing on ActivityDirectorJobs.com http://activitydirectorjobs.com/jobs/activity-director-job-freemont-ca/
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