Essex Group Management Corp. DON / DNS - Director of Nursing in Worcester, Massachusetts

DON / DNS - Director of Nursing

Location

Worcester, MA

Job Type

Full-Time Regular

Job Description

Title: DON - Director of Nursing

Company Description:

The Blaire House of Worcester has a unique mission: We are a 75-bed skilled nursing facility entirely dedicated to Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia patients. We are the only skilled nursing center in Central Massachusetts that dedicates 100 percent of our services to people with these conditions and their families. We believe in providing a home-like environment for our residents.Our passion for ensuring that our seniors retain a fulfilling quality of life while we provide optimal care is second to none. If you share this passion and appreciate the rewarding feeling that comes from knowing you've made a positive impact on the lives of our elderly population and their families, then we would love to hear from you as soon as possible.The Blaire House of Worcester is seeking an energetic Director of Nursing to uphold our high standards for senior care!

Benefits Summary:

As a valued employee and member of our health care family, you will enjoy:

Competitive Salary - Health Insurance - Dental Insurance - Life Insurance - Short Term Disability - Long Term Disability - 401(k) - Paid Vacation - Paid Holidays - Sick Time

Job Summary:

The Director of Nursing is responsible directly to the Executive Director for all functions of the Nursing Department.

  • Assumes responsibility for direct technical supervision of the Nursing Department.

  • Implements operational procedures and policies and reviews work performance to determine conformance to recognized standards.

  • Participates in nursing care as needed to meet emergency situations. Carries a Company cell phone.

  • Provides direct supervision and orientation of all nursing personnel or delegates and supervses these duties.

Qualifications:

  • EDUCATION: RN graduation from an accredited, approved school of nursing. Current registration with State Board of Nurse Examiners. Advanced preparation in administrative nursing techniques, including ward management and principles of supervision. Ability to speak, read and write English. Ability to follow written and oral direction. Interest in serving the elderly population.