Westminster Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay
  • Virginia Beach, VA, USA
  • Full Time - Night

Westminster-Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay currently has an amazing opportunity to serve others and grow professionally in a supportive environment. Our residents choose to live in our community based on the impeccable service, the warm, family-friendly atmosphere and the clean and inviting living spaces. We welcome YOU to join in on the incredible rewards of serving our residents.

Westminster Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay is urgently hiring a Full Time RN Unit Manager to serve as our Clinical Coordinator in the Hoy Center.

The Hoy Center encompasses Westminster Canterbury's long term care (LTC), rehab, and pre-hab services.

Our Full-Time employees are eligible for Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits on the first day of employment! Additional benefits including:

  • Generous pay rate with shift differentials
  • 3-day weekend, every other week
  • Known schedule 12-months in advance
  • Tuition Assistance
  • Scholarship Assistance for employees & immediate family members
  • Tuition assistance.
  • 403(b) retirement plan with employer match for full time employees.
  • Paid time off for full time employees.
  • Life Insurance.
  • Employee Assistance Program.
  • The opportunity to be a part of an A-class team providing excellent customer service.

We have immediate openings for:

  • Full Time Nights (7pm-7am)

Schedule is 3 days one week, 4 days the next with an every other weekend rotation for all Full Time and Part Time positions.

What will I do?

The primary purpose of the Registered Nurse Clinical Manager position is to oversee and direct nursing care for the residents and to supervise the daily nursing activities on assigned units of The Hoy Center.

  • Serves as House supervisor for the Hoy Center and acts as back up emergency nurse for emergent calls in Independent Living and Enhanced Services to include documentation of resident care interventions & provide direction/guidance to security and front desk.
  • Delegates clinical and managerial responsibilities to nursing staff and allocates nursing staff as appropriate to residents needs and PPD Budget.
  • Guides staff in implementing the 6 Beacons of the lighthouse engagement model. Identifies natural leaders in the Lighthouse and encourage them to be engaged with residents to bring more joy to their day.
  • Responsible for timely documentation, follow up and completion of investigations for incidents/accidents and resident family concerns and grievances. Such incidents include but are not limited to: medication errors, pharmacy issues, facility reportable incidents, etc. Assists in problem resolution between staff, residents, families and visitors as identified through investigations.
  • Acts as a communication hub between interdisciplinary team and floor staff with regards to announcements, initiatives and resident updates through attendance in assigned meetings. Collaborated cress departmentally as necessary.
  • Assures clinical staff are implementing person centered care plans, performing care activities appropriately and recognize change in resident status by collaborating with families and participating in resident assessments and observations.
  • Manages appropriate investigation and paperwork for employee injuries.
  • Participates and assists in survey process in Health Care by regulatory agencies.
  • Makes frequent rounds to assess staff performance and assure resident care needs are met in The Hoy Center.
  • Complete daily clinical and environmental rounds to evaluate resident care and report significant events. Assures pharmaceuticals, equipment's and supplies are available as needed.
  • Communicates policies to the nursing personnel. Maintains standards of the facility and sees that all policies are enforced.

What do I need for this role?

  • At least two years of clinical and managerial experience in long-term care.
  • Current R.N. licensure in good standing within the state of Virginia.
  • Evidence of continuing education in gerontological nursing and or nursing administration in long-term care.
  • Current CPR certification.

What makes Westminster Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay unique?

Founded in 1982, Westminster Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay is a faith based, not-for-profit, Life Plan Continuing Care Community to serve older adults of all beliefs, their families and the broader community.

Our waterfront community, located on the southern shore of Chesapeake Bay in Virginia Beach, in a beautiful, resort-like setting, provides innovative and comprehensive services designed to offer independent living, assisted living, and nursing care solutions. Our employees, residents and guests carry out our mission daily: Creating community to foster joy and well-being.

We maintain a close and friendly culture for our staff and residents by adhering to our Values of achieving excellence by giving and expecting:

RESPECT for each Person.

PASSION for what we do.

PROFESSIONALISM in all we do.

Check out our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/WestminsterCanterbury

Stay updated on Westminster Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay's response to COVID-19: https://www.wcbay.com/coronavirus

Westminster Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay is an Equal Opportunity Employer that recruits and hires qualified candidates without regard to race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability or veteran status. Candidates are screened, in accordance with the Code of Virginia, with the State Police criminal background check including sex offender crimes. All new hires are subject to a Pre-Employment Drug Screen.

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