Job Title: Health Services Director
Oakmont of Folsom, CA (located in the norttheast corner of great Sacramento) is a premier senior community situated on a beautifully landscaped campus. Developed by Oakmont Senior Living, Oakmont of Folsom provides exceptional quality, comfort, and care with five-star services and amenities. Residents enjoy a rewarding lifestyle with the individualized comprehensive support that promotes continuing independence.
Position Mission: The Health Services Director is a licensed nurse responsible for coordinating resident care and medication management under the medical direction and supervision of the residents’ attending physicians in order to ensure the resident remains as independent as possible for as long as possible.
Why you should choose a career with Oakmont:
Family owned and operated
401K Retirement Plan and Life Insurance
Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits
Emergency Family Fund
Career Growth Opportunities and Years of Service Awards
Relocation and Travel Opportunities
Vacation Days, Personal Time, Holiday Pay and Sick Leave
Communicate with community healthcare professionals, including physicians, discharge planners, nurses and state agencies on the care needs of all residents at the community.
Coordinate incidental medical, dental, vision, hearing and podiatry care for residents.
Perform nursing duties as directed and in accordance with the appropriate scope of the Nurse Practice Act, including administering medications and performing treatments as ordered by physician.
Oversee and provide necessary training for Medication Technicians.
Administer resident pre-admission assessment prior to each resident’s move in date and complete routine and as-needed reassessments in accordance with company policy and state regulations.
Interview potential residents and families and obtain medical records and other requirements as outlined in Title 22 for an admission to the community.
Conduct staff interviews and observe residents on a continual basis to alert the Executive Director, responsible party and others of changes in the physical or emotional health of the resident. Provide the Executive Director with information relative to the care staff’s ability to meet those needs.
Must be a Licensed Vocational or Registered Nurse holding a valid California nursing license in good standing
Prefer two (2) years’ experience working in Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFE)Prefer one (1) year experience supervising and managing employees
Able to obtain valid Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFE) license
Able to effectively teach/train staff
Able to operate a personal computer and be proficient in MS Office programs (Word, Excel, etc.)
Must pass a criminal background clearance before beginning work
Must be highly motivated and able to work independently
Able to obtain and maintain valid first aid and CPR certification
About Oakmont: Oakmont Senior Living is a recognized leader in the retirement industry, having planned and developed more than 50 retirement communities in the western United States. Oakmont strives to create an atmosphere of family and community among staff, residents and resident family members. We know that caring and meaningful relationships are the foundation for a rewarding life. Our belief and our mission are to treat each member of our community with respect and compassion. Our staff is hand-selected for their skills, previous experience, and passion for working with the elderly. Our practice is to incorporate joy and laughter alongside our expectations of excellence. Walk into our community and feel our pride in ownership and commitment to service.
EEOC: Oakmont Management Group is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship status, ancestry, age, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, family medical history or genetic information, military status, or unfavorable discharge from military service. These protections extend to all management practices and decisions, including any recruitment and hiring practices, appraisal systems, promotions, and training and career.