House Manager Role
Shepherd Premier Senior Living
House Manager Role
The House Manager supports the Executive Director and Nurse with the day-to-day operations of community activities and the quality of resident care. Assists with staffing, performs resident care as needed and acts as liaison between the nurse and resident care team.
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• Assists the nurse, and care staff to meet individual resident admission needs.
• Ensures that the care team provides excellent resident care and carries out assignments within a given time period to enhance overall quality of care.
• Coordinate, along with the Executive Director and Nurse, family/resident care conferences and serve as a direct liaison between residents, families, and staff. Work with residents, families and other staff to ensure that residents are at appropriate levels of care.
• Monitor documentation systems to ensure that all regulatory timeframes for review of assessments and service plans are met and that resident needs are met. Write and review residents assessments/evaluations and care-plans with appropriate staff.
• Assess/evaluate potential residents for Assisted Living level of care. This may involve assessing/evaluating potential residents in their home or another healthcare setting; must be able to drive to location and perform assessment/evaluation professionally and timely. Schedule and conduct new resident orientation for all Assisted Living Residents.
• Provide, plan, schedule and monitor staff training programs and in-services for the Assisted Living staff including statutory or regulatory required training. Attend all required training, in-service, and staff meetings.
• Informs care staff of residents Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). Informs and coaches resident on any necessary procedures.
• Completes resident assignments. Monitors beds for admissions, alerts appropriate personnel regarding resident discharges.
• Check vital signs. Alerts Nurse to any change of resident condition in a timely manner. Asks for directions and supervision in care situations.
• Recognizes and responds to priorities in resident care processes, adapting appropriately to changes in workload and resident assignments.
• Performs in an accurate and precise manner in emergency situations.
• Assists in orienting/training new care staff through one-on-one mentoring and demonstrating all care staff job duties and responsibilities.
• Oversees that care staff have the proper supplies/tools to perform their job accurately. Maintains inventory and inspects the equipment.
• Informs supervisor of any resident issues or concerns.
• Able to work in the community and willing and able to fill in as needed.
• Respect and encourage the independence and dignity of the residents.
• Respects residents’ confidentiality.
• Is familiar with emergency equipment and procedures.
• Attends all required training, in-service, and staff meetings
• Strives to maintain a safe working environment through the prevention of accidents, the preservation of equipment, and the achievement of safe working practices.
• Maintains a positive and professional demeanor toward residents, visitors, families, and co-workers.
• Adheres to all policies and procedures of Corporation
• Performs other duties as assigned.
• Has familiarity and willingness to work with elderly population. Previous experience is preferred, but not necessary.
• Clear communication – listening, speaking, reading, and writing including ability to communicate sensitive information with empathy
• Ability to work as part of a team and handle multiple tasks safely and effectively
• High tolerance for working under pressure and handling critical situations in a calm and professional manner.
• High School Diploma or equivalent, is required
• C.N.A preferred or other caregiver training/certifications as per state regulatory and licensure requirements
• CPR/First Aid Certification may be required (per regulatory requirements)
• Experience with the elderly and memory impaired adults is preferred but not required with thorough understanding of the aging process
• Flow of work demands visual acuity, and must have the ability to handle simultaneous tasks in a fast-paced environment.
• Must be able to identify hazards, comprehend consequences and determine action to be taken.
• Position requires walking or standing 75% of the time.
• Must be able to lift and carry 50 lbs.
• Must be able to move quickly, stand, walk, push, pull, bend, stoop, reach, and balance and carry supplies, as needed.
• Must have the ability to perform gross and fine motor skills.
• May be exposed to communicable diseases including influenza, HIV and hepatitis.
• May be exposed to cleaning chemicals, dust, and foul odors.
• During emergencies or natural disasters, may be required to report for duty as assigned by management for the duration of the disaster.
• May be required to work beyond normal working hours and on weekends and holidays, when necessary, as well as in other positions as needed.
• Works in a senior community environment with regular exposure to chronically ill and frail elderly.
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