Are you a person who is caring, loving and enjoys making a difference in others’ lives? Are you looking for a great opportunity, with the ability to have fun at work?
Then Browning Masonic Community, a subsidiary of the Ohio Masonic Home, may just be the place for you!
We are committed to partnering with our residents to allow them to age respectfully. Come join us on our journey!
Browning Masonic Community is just that…. A community. A community of people dedicated to being the trusted partner in the aging process. Please bring your talents and caring and join our community.
We are looking for a customer-focused Life Enrichment Coordinator, to work full-time, and it could be YOU!
So, what would your job entail?
Planning and implementing programs of activities on both an individual and group basis for residents of the facility. Responsible for documentation of activities.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties as required.
Understand the OMH philosophy of programming and be able to present this philosophy to families, new residents and train staff as to what it means and how we implement programming to meet the programming standards.
Develop, organize and execute planned programming designed to meet the interests of residents with a balance in physical, intellectual, spiritual and social needs of the residents in varying levels of care withing BMC.
- Consult through monthly meetings with Sales and Community Relations Manager program planning to ensure resident calendars support the culture and vision of BMCs promoted lifestyle.
- Establish a calendar for monthly and weekly events and disperse the calendar to residents, families and corporate office.
- Responsible for acquiring supplies and equipment to successfully implement planned programs, working closely with the Director of Health Services.
- Invites, encourages, and helps transport residents to planned activities on and off campus.
- Carry out scheduled programs at time and location stated.
- Clean up area after completion of programs.
- Chart in Point Click Care resident participation in programming.
Meets with new residents and their families upon move in to the community, introduce our philosophy of programming to them and provide ongoing support to residents and families throughout their stay at our community.
Contributes to the planning of the LE department budget and adheres to the established department budget.
Drives facility vehicles to transport residents.
Facilitate “one on one” individual activities as based on activity assessment findings.
Uses technology of the Touchtown system to give residents daily updates, and communicate various information to the residents.
Maintains a friendly, respectful and helpful attitude toward residents, families, staff, volunteers, and visitors.
Knows and respects “resident rights” at all times, including maintaining confidentiality of resident information, as well as departmental information.
Attends department meetings and facility in-services as directed.
Attends workshops and seminars as approved by Director of Health Services to improve job skills.
Follows facility dress policies appropriate to assigned department standards.
Recruit, oversee and guide volunteers.
Host resident education on proper technique and use of fitness equipment and ensure physician release to use equipment is on resident chart
Support and teach residents with technology (ex. Breezie) programs on the BMC campus.
Participate in care conferences and Partners in Care program meetings.
Assist with staff orientation and training of employees on programming philosophies and how to assist with programming.
Adheres to all policies and procedures of the organization and all federal and state laws regarding the privacy and protected health information.
Performs other related duties as assigned consistent with experience and department needs.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
Associate’s degree (A. D.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
CERTIFICATES – LICENSES – REGISTRATIONS:
Must have valid driver’s license and be insurable under OMH policies.
*Some weekend and evening hours are required, as well as some variance in weekly schedule.
*Must possess a positive attitude, patience, and understanding about working with the elderly.
The Ohio Masonic Homes offers a full complement of benefits, including medical, dental and vision insurance with many preventative meds covered at 100%, 403(b) plan participation w/ a match, PTO, Life Insurance benefits and a generous $5,000 tuition reimbursement program among others.
We are an equal opportunity employer and positively encourage applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.
We look forward to hearing from you TODAY!