Join an organization voted a top place to work in Cincinnati for the past eight years! At Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS), you can enjoy what you do and be proud of your work every day.
The Amstein House at Marjorie P. Lee Retirement Community has earned a reputation for demonstrating excellent nursing care and spiritual ministry. Residents live on their own terms, free from restrictive routines, such as specific wake-up and meal times. Residents live with dignity and purpose while receiving the very best care.
The Care Team Manager provides clinical leadership to Amstein House ensuring that ERH’s mission, vision, and values are supported through the clinical services provided to our residents. The Care Team Manager participates in the planning, organizing, directing and facilitating the clinical operations within the Amstein House to ensure regulatory compliance, to nurture a person-centered and resident- directed culture and to promote individual and team learning. This position is also the leader of the dementia care program for Marjorie P. Lee Retirement Community.
• Provides knowledge and skills to staff in all households in the specific areas of clinical accountability, including dementia care, infection control, safety, wound management, falls, MDS process or other areas as needed.
• Guides the implementation of clinical policies and procedures to ensure safe, sanitary and efficient practices supporting professional nursing care standards, and assures that documentation, medication administration, resident nursing care, safety and sanitation, personnel and staff development, MDS process, materials management, process improvement plans and resident rights are in compliance with federal, state, local, and ERH standards.
• Fosters collaboration, consensus and negotiation to address problem solving in Amstein House.
• Provides supervision for nursing care, and provides direct nursing care as necessary. As Skin Care Coordinator, consults with and actively participates with the interdisciplinary team concerning assessment evaluations. As Restorative Nurse, plans, develops, implements and evaluates restorative care services.
• Must possess, as a minimum, a nursing degree from an accredited college or university or be a graduate of an approved RN diploma program and possess a current, unencumbered active license to practice as an RN in the State of Ohio.
• Two years of experience as a supervisor or clinical manager in a hospital, skilled nursing facility or other related medical facility preferred.
• Specialized training or experience in geriatric nursing with emphasis in dementia care or certification in gerontological nursing is preferred.
• Must be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language.
• Must have patience, tact, a cheerful disposition and enthusiasm, as well as a willingness to handle difficult residents.