We’re serious about getting the best people to join our team and offering on-the-spot interviews.
Our MDS Coordinators love what they do, and our residents see this demonstrated daily. This position offers work/life balance, opportunities for advancement, and the chance to form meaningful bonds with our residents and their families.
We recognize people as our most valuable asset and the benefits we offer reflect our commitment to having the very best.
Dental, Vision & Disability coverages also available
Full Tuition payments for license improvements
401K Retirement Plan with Employer Contributions
Company Paid Life Insurance
Professional, Friendly & Social Team Members
Wage scale determined by years of experience. Benefits & bonuses available for full-time employees working over 30 hours per week.
If this interests you, that interests us! We’re looking forward to having you on the team!
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General Purpose: Responsible for conducting and coordinating the development of the required Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI/MDS) in accordance with state and federal requirements and facility policy. The MDS Coordinator is responsible for the development, review, and revision of the individualized resident care plans.
Must have and maintain throughout employment an unencumbered Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)/Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) licensure issued by the State Board of Nursing.
Must have valid CPR certification and maintain active CPR certification throughout employment.
Must be knowledgeable of nursing and medical practices and procedures, as well as state and federal regulations specific to nursing home operation and licensure.
Must be able to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such actions.
Must possess leadership and supervisory ability and the willingness to work harmoniously with residents, families, vendors, visitors, government agencies, facility staff, hospital personnel, hospice representatives, and the general public.
Must have excellent follow-through.
Must possess the ability to plan, organize, develop, implement and interpret programs, goals, objectives, policies and procedures, etc., that are necessary for providing quality individualized care.
Ability to prepare and present educational material and or reports to various audiences.
Ability to formulate reports, disseminate information, interpret data, and coordinate with multiple departments.
Must be able to lift 60-70lbs frequently.
Must be able to stand and/or walk throughout the scheduled shift.
Must comply with attendance policy and established nursing staff schedules, be flexible, and make necessary accommodations for the needs of residents and families.
Must have knowledge of computer systems, systems applications, and other office equipment.
Must have excellent analytical, written and verbal communication skills.
Must be able to meet all local health regulations, and pass pre/post-employment physical exams if required. This requirement also includes drug screening, criminal background investigation, and reference inquiry.
Must have the ability to promote positive interpersonal relationships through the use of tactful, direct and sensitive interaction. Must be able to communicate verbally in a positive and professional manner.
Must be able to relate positively and favorably to residents, families, co-workers, and to work cooperatively with others.
Must attend in-service/education programs as required to learn new procedures and develop skills to meet regulatory compliance.
Must agree not to disclose resident protected health information and report suspected or known violations of such to the Administrator.