Volunteer Coordinator (Full-Time, 32 Hours)
• Develops volunteer position descriptions.
• Responsible for community outreach to recruit volunteers.
• Responsible for assessing organizational needs and capacity for volunteers.
• Interviews/hires volunteers including processing new volunteer requirements.
• Conducts training and orientation.
• Schedules and supervises volunteers.
• Manages recognition programs.
• Creates volunteer program materials (policies and procedures, applications, volunteer agreements, orientation handbooks).
• Maintains database management and tracking of volunteer statistics.
• Conducts strategic planning.
• Evaluates volunteer program as needed.
• Minimum Associates Degree in related field or equivalent experience.
• Excellent organizational and collaborative leadership.
• Candidate should possess outstanding interpersonal skills.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Ability to work within policy and procedure guidelines.
• Computer expertise is required
Assistant Director of Dining and Nutritional Services
Responsible for preparing food for the Nevins Family of Services Facility, while adhering to the current applicable federal, state, and local standards, guidelines and regulations. Responsible for monitoring and ensuring that our established policies and procedures are followed.
Ensures that all food service areas are maintained clean, sanitary, and in safe condition. Supervise staff, create and coordinate shift schedules, hire and train new employees. Enforce company policies and procedures while maintaining efficiency of operations.
•Experience working in food service as a cook and preferably in a supervisory capacity •High school diploma or equivalent •ServSafe certified •Good communication Skills •Base schedule is Tuesday- Saturday- 10:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Must be able to work major holidays and have the flexibility to adjust schedule as needed. •Capable of lifting a minimum of 25 lbs.
Full-Time/40 Hours (Days). Mondays: 7:00 A.M – 3:00 P.M/Tuesdays – Fridays: 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M
General Description of job accountability and responsibility: Ensures adequate and appropriate staffing to meet residents’ needs based upon budget, census, and acuity working under the direction of the Director of Nursing with matrix to the Human Resources Director for HR issues. Carries out duties in a manner which demonstrates a strong commitment to excellent customer service.
•Implements staffing plan and allocation based upon current budgeted staffing by skill category and ensures that the daily HPPD is consistent with budgetary standards and clinical requirements.
•Generates, manages, and updates master schedules while making adjustments as needed according to budgetary constraints, census fluctuations, call-outs, and pre-planned leaves of absence.
•Fulfills staffing vacancies in advance to ensure adequate coverage for all shifts.
•Assists with the identification of patterns of excessive absences and/or tardiness.
•Reviews requests from employees for time off.
•Communicates with unit managers, director of nursing, and Human Resources regarding floor orientation scheduling for newly hired employees.
•Checks time clock punch records against master schedules and notes the appropriate changes.
•Signs time correction forms for events such as forgetting to clock in/out.
•Utilizes computer software to prepare, change and update the master schedule.
•Provides scheduling process and software training as needed.
•Runs management reports from scheduling software as requested.
High school graduate with advanced educational preparation or equivalent experience. •More than 3 years job related experience. •Healthcare/SNF experience preferred. •Prior nursing scheduling experience highly desirable. •Proficiency with computer applications including MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. •Scheduling software experience a plus. •Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. •Demonstrated customer service excellence. •Strong organizational and attention to detail skills. •Demonstrated ability to multitask, prioritize, and handle stressful situations consistent with department goals and workload demands. •Self-starter who takes the initiative to develop viable solutions for identified opportunities.
RNs and LPNs, full and part time, various shifts
Nevins is currently looking for remarkable RN’s and LPN’s to deliver compassionate care to our residents. To be considered you must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing with a minimum of 1-2 years of either short-term rehab or long-term care experience and possess an unencumbered nursing license in Massachusetts. Current BLS certification required. IV certification a plus.
CNAs, Full-time and Part-time 3-11 and 11-7 positions available
Candidates must be certified in the state of MA and have a minimum of six months to one year related work experience in a long term care facility (long term care experience required).
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Nevins is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability or any other protected factor.