• Social Worker / Service Coordinator, Marjorie P. Lee

    Job Locations US-OH-Cincinnati
    Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 days ago(12/14/2018 10:04 AM)
    # of Openings
    Social Services
    Typical Work Shift/Schedule
    First/Day Shift
    Typical Days of the Week
    Monday - Friday
    Typical Number of Hours Each Week
    Work Hours
    9a - 5:30p with Flexibility
  • Overview

    At ERS, you can enjoy what you do and be proud of your work every day. Join an organization voted by our employees a top place to work in Cincinnati for the past nine years!


    We are currently seeking a dedicated individual to provide social services to residents in accordance with professional social service standards, ERS’s policies and procedures, and federal, state, and local standards, to assure that the emotional and social needs of the residents are met. 


    We offer competitive pay, great benefits and a culture where employees are truly valued! The Marjorie P. Lee community is the perfect choice for retirement living in Cincinnati that offers residents elegant surroundings, friendly and helpful staff, a stimulating environment, and a continuum of care that promotes peace of mind. 


    By joining our team, you will enjoy a work schedule that encourages work life balance. Our employees also enjoy a convenient location that is on many bus routes, free parking, reduced meal costs, access to onsite fitness center/pool at no cost to the employee and tuition reimbursement! Most of all, our employees love ERS because they are part of a friendly team that plays an important role caring for others. You will make a positive difference in the lives of our residents!


    • Assists in the development, administration and coordination of department policies and procedures.
    • Participates in community planning related to the interests of the facility and the services and needs of the residents and families.
    • Is responsible for maintaining documentation which meets ERS, federal, state and local regulations, (i.e. resident comprehensive assessment, progress notes, plan of care, resident rights, advanced directives, MDS/RAP’s, CAA’s PASARR, and etc.)
    • Refers residents/families to appropriate social service agencies when ERS does not provide the services.
    • Assists residents/families to resolve social and environmental problems such as:  financial needs, including providing information on Medicare/Medicaid, discharge planning, problems related to clothing and possessions, transportation needs, relationship difficulties.  Provides information and refers to internal or community resources as needed.
    • Advocates for resident and family with regard to concerns, needs or problems, including assisting residents/families with anxieties and stress caused by illness and admission to the facility, difficulties in coping with residual physical and/or cognitive disabilities, fears related to helplessness and death and the need for institutional and/or specialized care.
    • Participates in planning, development, and implementation of care plans and resident assessments as necessary; attends care conferences, resident reviews and level of living meetings, facilitates monthly residents meetings and maintains appropriate documentation to meet state requirements.
    • Assists in the coordination of room moves/transfers/discharges and appropriate documentation as such.
    • Develops/facilitates structured groups/individual counseling as needed.
    • Reviews complaints and grievances made by the resident/family and makes a written/oral report to the Administrator or designee, indicating what actions where taken to resolve the complaint or grievance.
    • Works to identify patterns and trends in social services and works to improve processes where identified.


    • Must possess, as a minimum, a Bachelors degree from an approved school of Social Work or related field.
    • Must have at least two years of experience in a health care setting working directly with individuals.
    • Must be able to read, write, and communicate effectively the English language.
    • Must possess the ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action.
    • Must possess the ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel, and the general public.
    • Must have patience, tact, cheerful disposition and enthusiasm, as well as be willing to handle residents based on what ever maturity level in which they are currently functioning.



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