Human Resources - Oversees the Human Resources department and supports employee recruitment, retention, benefits administration and personnel policies as well as processing bi-weekly payroll. The ideal candidate for this position is an outgoing, self-starter with the ability to multitask.
Dir. of Cleaning Services - The Director-Housekeeping is responsible for ensuring efficient operations of the Housekeeping Department in accordance with Woodside Sr. Living standards as well as leading the entire Housekeeping/Laundry Department.
Housekeeper / Laundry Aide - Performs housekeeping and cleaning activities within well established guidelines and assigned areas. Reports directly to Dir. Of Cleaning Services.
Business Office Manager– The Business Office Manager is responsible for achieving profit and growth for Woodside Senior Living. Provides leadership, development and coaching to the Medicaid Liaison, responsible for managing an assigned portfolio of insurance products, services & agency programs. Accountable for agency management, results, profitability, growth for assigned agencies, talent development, collaboration with internal partners, and overall execution of business strategies. Effectively collaborates with and influences internal business partners to manage state regulatory, judicial and CAT complexities in order to achieve profit and growth goals.
Medicaid Liaison – Responsible for the oversight of the pending Medicaid application process. Works closely with Dir. of Business regarding billing and client services.
Director of Nursing (DON) The Director of Nursing assumes authority, responsibility, and accountability for the delivery of nursing services in the facility. In collaboration with Administration, allocates department resources in an efficient and economic manner to enable each resident to attain or maintain the highest practical physical, mental, and psycho social well-being. Collaborates with other departments, medical professionals, consultants, and organizations, including government agencies and advocacy groups, to develop, support and coordinate resident care, related administrative functions, and to represent the interests of the facility.
Assistant Dir. of Nursing (ADON) - Under the administrative guidance of the Director of Nursing, the Assistant Director of Nursing is responsible for planning, organizing, staffing, administering and directing a broad program of nursing services for all licensed units.
Scheduler - Completes schedules for Nursing and Resident Care Assistant Clinical staff. You will be responsible for daily schedule postings and updates/revisions as needed. As the Attendance Monitor you will also track and maintain to ensure employee adherence.
Unit Secretary - Provides direct support to the Director of Nursing and to the clinical department as a whole. The Clinical Department Unit Secretary plays an integral role in providing exceptional support and reinforces directives given by the Director of Nursing for the Clinical Department.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - Provides care to residents in accordance with physician orders, using recognized standards of practice and established company policies and procedures. Monitoring, administering medication and treatments, overseeing and working closely with Caregivers to ensure quality of care if provided for all residents.
STNA / HHA / Resident Caregiver – Assists residents with activities of daily living, including assisting in serving meals with the Culinary team, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, transferring and getting to and from activities and meals according to the individual service plan. Allows and encourages residents to do as much of their own care as possible.
Clinical Manager - Responsible for the day to day operations of state regulations the nursing unit. Clinical Managers oversee patient care, in addition to supervising, directing, and developing nursing staff. Clinical Managers report directly to the Director of Nursing to ensure quality patient care with the Assisted Living facility. Clinical Managers act as a liaison between residents, families, and the nursing department. Managers are required to be dependable and ensure that their units comply with federal and state regulatory standards. The Charge Nurse is someone who displays leadership in the organization and represents professionalism and a superior work ethic.
Charge Nurse - The Charge Nurse acts as the collaborator between nurse’s stations by collecting, interpreting, and resolving day to day tasks that are paramount in ensuring that information and tasks are completed in a timely manner. In the event there is a nurse call off the Charge Nurse will fill the position for that shift as a floor nurse. Provides direct supervision of care and ensures residents are treated with respect and dignity recognizing individual needs and encouraging independence. Fosters a homelike atmosphere throughout the community.
Executive Director - Our Executive Director set the tone for our community with motivation, care and compassion. As an Executive Director at Woodside Senior Living, a 200+ bed facility, your priorities are your Residents, their families, and your team, while managing the day-to-day operations of a premier Senior Living community.
Social Worker - In this role you will be an integral and proactive member of the healthcare team and provide a variety of services to residents, families and staff. The approach shall be focusing on the resident’s social and emotional well-being while acting as an advocate for the residents and their families.
Receptionist – As a Front Desk Representative, you will undertake all receptionist and clerical duties at the desk of our main entrance. You will be the “face” of the company for all residents and visitors. You will be responsible for the first impression we make. The ideal candidate will have a friendly and easy going personality while also being very perceptive and disciplined. You should be able to deal with complaints and give accurate information. A customer-oriented approach is essential. The goal is to make residents and visitors feel comfortable and valued while on our premises.
Administrative Assistant - Administrative Assistant duties and responsibilities include providing administrative support to ensure efficient operation of the Executive Director. In addition, you will support managers and employees through a variety of tasks related to organization and communication. Responsible for confidential and time-sensitive material and must have the ability to effectively communicate via phone and email ensuring that all.
Dir. of Culinary Services -. This Director role will have the ability to plan, prepare, and serve nutritious meals that the residents enjoy. Excellent customer service skills are a must. Ability to train, manage, and schedule staff. The ideal candidate has at least 3 years dietary management experience in long term care or hospital setting. Current ServSafe Certification.
Culinary Supervisor – As a Culinary Supervisor, you report directly to Dir. of Culinary Services and work closely to ensure all culinary processes and procedures are adhered to. Supervision over all Culinary staff, understanding of food safety and guidelines and must understand the importance of menu offerings and presentation.
Cook - The Cook will prepare a variety of foods in large quantities and be familiar with seasonings required and time involved. A team player and leader in the kitchen, our cooks are expected to provide excellent food, excellent leadership and work well with others.
Server / Kitchen Utilities – Servers are responsible for taking orders from and serving food to customers. Assisting in the dining room and kitchen to ensure the residents receive a delicious meal, served at the correct temperature. Kitchen Utilities supports the production functions of the kitchen and dining room staff. To succeed in this role, you will need to have a positive attitude and ability work well with other staff. Previous work experience involving customer service and/or long term care is greatly desired.
Activities Director - In this role, you will be responsible for planning and implementing programs and events providing residents, incorporating wellness, person-centered living and hospitality. Moreover, this position is responsible for actively ensuring that residents of differing cognitive and functional levels have opportunities for meaningful engagement.
Activities Assistant – As an Activities Assistant, you will work closely with the Activities Director to create and implement programs throughout the facility. Assisting with volunteers, ability to drive residents (if needed) and support the Director in exploring opportunities for resident socialization and engagement.
Driver - Our Drivers transport clients in a comfortable, safe and timely manner. Ultimately, you will help us increase customer satisfaction, making sure our residents are able to depend on us for their transportation needs. To be considered for this role, you should have a valid driver’s license and a clean driving record with no traffic violations. Note that you don’t need to have a car; we provide drivers with our own vehicles.
Maintenance Director – As the Maintenance Director you are responsible for developing and executing custodial solutions to meet customer needs. Responsible for servicing and/or maintaining our resident areas in addition to general building upkeep. Oversees general labor contracts and works closely with other departments to ensure facility is functioning properly.
Maintenance Tech - Chief responsibility is to preserve the excellent condition and functionality of our business premises. Your duties will include conducting quality assessments, scheduling repairs, maintaining inventory, and developing preventative maintenance procedures. Our ideal candidate will be a jack-of-all-trades, with knowledge of maintenance procedures, basic tools and appliances. To excel in this position, you must be an outstanding problem-solver with exceptional communication and organizational skills.
Sales Counselor / Marketing - As the Sales Counselor, you will serve as the connecting source for prospects and their families, helping seniors find the best options for their residential and care needs. This position cultivates relationships through effective education and community initiatives.