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Personal Care Administrator

Company: StoneRidge Retirement
Location: Myerstown
Posted on: November 22, 2021

Job Description:

Check out our other available jobs at: https://stoneridgeretirement.hcshiring.com/jobs * Must have Personal Care Home Administrator and LPN Licenses* PERSONAL CARE ADMINISTRATOR The Administrator is responsible for the administration and management of the designated Personal Care space, including the health, safety and well-being of the residents, implementation of policies and procedures and compliance with Chapter 2600 of the Department of Public Welfare Personal Care Homes Pennsylvania Code. Major Responsibilities, Duties, Functions, and Tasks of the Position * Complete resident preadmission screening prior to admission. * Insure Medical evaluations are completed 60 days prior to or 30 days after admission. * Completes the Personal Care home assessment within 15 days after admission. * Develops and Implements the resident Support Plan within 30 days after admission. * Completes the resident - home contract prior to admission or within 24 hours after admission. * Provide personal care services and or supervise/direct Team Members in providing personal care services in accordance with the residents support plan * Complies with applicable laws, rules and regulations while maintaining a working knowledge and compliance with facility and departmental policy and procedures to include, but not limited to: Team Member Handbook, MSDS, corporate compliance, HIPPA, and disaster preparedness * Maintains or supervises the maintenance of financial and clinical records as required by corporate policy * Completes Resident Council Meetings monthly. Documents resident discussion points and follows up on concerns as needed * Assumes responsibility for and/or directs physician rounds and order transcriptions, as needed * Contact physicians offices, as needed * Assist residents or directs Team Members as needed on/with administration of medications and/or administer, and communicate to pharmacy reorder needs to assure prompt medication delivery * Documents in residents charts as necessitated by resident's condition and communicate any changes or incidents at change of shift via verbal report * Participate in the planning, implementation, and management of the labor, operational and capital budgets of those departments under the direct supervision of the position. * Direct and Manage the regulatory inspections of the facility * Hire, supervise, discipline, lead, and motivate department Team Members * Schedule and Manage Team Members work assignments using the department master schedules * Orient new Team Members to departmental responsibilities * Have a working knowledge of supervised Team Members duties and maintain a system to ensure proper evaluations can be completed * Must be able to mediate and resolve problems * Ensure proper utilization of labor within the department using software and reports provided * Oversee department payroll and timecard approval * Maintain accurate, legible, and concise records * Maintain compliance with facility policy and procedures relevant to both departmental specific and team member established guidelines * Responsible for the education of department Team Members on all new policies and procedures * Must be willing to work flexible hours to meet the needs of the resident and Team Members as a condition of employment * Must be calm and collected when responding to emergency matters * Attends all facility meetings, as assigned or requested by Sr. Management or Sr. Leadership * Develop and promote, through various initiatives, the strategic goals of the organization and department * Foster communication within the community to create an environment of transparency * Assist in the development, implementation, and enforcement of policies and procedures that are necessary to successfully manage and foster exceptional team member relationships * Promotes and maintains a positive relationship with the medical community * Handles complaints from families in accordance with Corporate policy * Attends conferences, seminars, programs and obtains CEU's for license requirements or to enhance individual knowledge of the industry, based on budgetary approval * Identifies, participates and communicates opportunities for performance/process improvement to the Executive Director * Assist in the preparation of the monthly activity calendar, assist and insure the delivery of activities as outlined on the daily calendar. * Conduct med cart audits as required by facility licensure * Conduct chart audits * Conduct medication administration training as required by facility licensure * Chair the Quality Assessment and Assurance Committee and implement resolutions to identified issues. * Maintain satisfactory family relationships through regularly scheduled meetings as well as resident council meetings * Coordinates and insures the implementation of Independent Living Home Health Services as outlined on the Service Plan and communicates that to the LPN Home Care Services Nurse. * Insures the completion of and assists in the assessment of independent living resident home care needs and develops a service plan that outlines the assessed needs to insure delivery of care and aging in place. * Assists in the completion of required paperwork and computer data entry for independent living resident service plans per policy insuring it is accurate and timely. Standard Job Duties: * Immediately report resident related care concerns about treatment or abuse to the Department Supervisor as well as the Executive Director of the facility * Interact with Team Members, Residents, and Guests in a courteous and professional manner * Be accountable for all information in the Team Member Handbook * Maintain confidentiality of resident, Team Member, family and facility information * Understand and upholds Resident Rights * Follow each Residents Plan of Care * Follow oral and written instructions for all duties assigned and performed in an effective, timely and professional manner * Complete assigned tasks in accordance with organization, facility, and department procedures * Demonstrate the ability to work both independently and as part of a team * Use supplies in an efficient and cost effective manner * Ensure equipment is treated with proper care and is used only for the purposes and in accordance for which it was designed to be used for * Follow facility reporting guidelines for any equipment that is not functioning properly or is need of repair * Use Infection control practices, including Standard Precautions, to prevent the spread of diseases * Maintain cleanliness of work area * Perform preventative and corrective maintenance tasks, as directed * Complete all documentation per facility protocol and Standards of Practice * Follow all IT protocols, including submission of Sysaids, for all technology related issues * Answer call bells and assist as able h3. Minimum Job Qualifications: * Current PA License as a Personal Care Administrator * Current PA License as a Licensed Practical Nurse * 2 years experience as a Personal Care Administrator or Other leadership role in a Long Term Care facility h3. Annual Continuing Education: * Annual Pennsylvania Assisted Living Conference * Annual Kairos Conference Conduct Expected of a Team Member in the Position * Interpersonal and Resident Relations: Interacts effectively with others and actively participates as a committed team member. This includes interacting in a respectful, professional manner; remaining calm in difficult interactions; assisting coworkers; listening to and involving others; objectively considering others' ideas and opinions, and interacting effectively with people from varied and diverse backgrounds; creating an environment of positive and professional demeanor for residents. * Following Policies and Procedures: Follows Company and departmental policies and procedures. This includes Federal, state, and local requirements and regulations; safety policies and procedures; the team member handbook; properly storing and disposing regulated medical waste; maintaining a clean and orderly workspace; dresses in proper attire; upholding ethical standards; and maintaining privacy and confidentiality of personal information of residents and team members. * Work Orientation: Ensures that work activities are completed thoroughly, accurately, efficiently, and in a timely manner ensuring quality standards are met. This includes taking the initiative to complete job tasks; working without close supervision; being committed, reliable, trusted, and accountable for completing work activities; regularly and dependably being at work on time (i.e. good punctuality); and willingness to accept schedule changes or work additional hours as required by the company. * Company Representation: Supports the reputation of the company and its services. This involves not tarnishing the image of the company during all written and oral communications with residents, families and friends of residents, suppliers, medical facilities, and members of the surrounding communities. This includes discussing company or departmental issues or problems in appropriate areas only with appropriate personnel. * Safety: Follows Company policies, procedures, and practices related to safe work practices. This includes being knowledgeable about facility and industry standards, using all safety equipment provided, recommending safety equipment not currently in use that could prevent future injury, and being alert and aware of potential safety hazards at all times.

Keywords: StoneRidge Retirement, Reading , Personal Care Administrator, Other , Myerstown, Pennsylvania

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