Activities Staff

Signature Healthcare Nashville , TN 37201

Posted 2 weeks ago

Nashville Community Care & Rehabilitation at Bordeaux is a 419 bed skilled nursing facility situated on a park-like campus on the northwest side of Nashville, Tennessee. The elegant building, dating back to the 1800s, is immaculate and provides highly skilled clinical care. We also have a unit dedicated to ventilator dependent patients, vent weaning and tracheostomy patients. Professional therapists provide physical, occupational, and speech therapies in 3 spacious gyms, while restorative therapy is offered in another large gymnasium. Many other services are available for a wide assortment of conditions requiring round-the-clock nursing care, including a secure unit for individuals with advanced dementia.

Are you looking for a little more creativity, challenge, and growth opportunity in your workday? Didn't think it was possible? Might be time to reconsider.

At Signature HealthCARE, our team members are permitted no, encouraged to employ their talents and abilities to solve problems. Our culture is built on three distinct pillars: Learning, Spirituality and Intra-preneurship. But this isn't just hollow corporate sloganeering. Each pillar has its own staff and initiatives, ensuring that our unique culture permeates the entire organization.

Oh, by the way, we're an elder care company. Our mission? To radically change the landscape of long-term care forever.

We're currently hiring for the position of Activities Staff.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the development, organization, and implementation of a program of activities to meet the social, emotional, physical and other therapeutic needs of residents as identified on the plan of care and within the specified budget.

  • Assist in the initiation and promotion of activities both within the facility and outside the facility, as weather permits, ensuring the safety and well-being of each resident at all times.

  • Develop and distribute a monthly calendar of events. Provide a copy of the calendar in each resident's room, and at least one large calendar prominently displayed in the facility.

Job Requirements:

  • High school diploma or GED required or equivalent related work experience.

  • Six (6) months to one (1) year experience or related experience performing activity related duties.

  • Willing to enroll in a training course for activities within six (6) months of employment.

  • Knowledge of the aging process and various resident activities.

  • Ability to assume leadership role in the Activity Department in the absence of the Activity Director.

Signature HealthCARE is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran and other protected categories.


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