Robison Jewish Health Center is currently hiring a Resident Care Manager for the day shift. Be part of our brand new Post Acute Rehab!
Why you want to work here:
· State of the art, brand new facility! Huge new Rehabilitation department, dental suite, spa and many features that help caregivers to provide excellent care!
· Cedar Sinai Park has Green House Homes- the first in Oregon. The future of long term care!
· Beautiful 27 acre campus, which is conveniently located in southwest Portland with plenty of trees, a paved walking trail and gazebo!
· Great health benefits, dental, paid short and long term disability and life insurance!
· Includes a free meal each shift.
-Our new hire feedback: It's true that we put patient care first!
What you'll do
A Resident Care Manager coordinates all nursing care on assigned unit and is responsible and accountable for managing the nursing care of assigned residents to ensure maximum independence and self-direction. The RCM collaborates with other RCM's in an atmosphere of teamwork to provide comprehensive care management for residents. The RCM acts as a liaison with other staff, resident and families to ensure the Robison Jewish Home goal of providing care to our residents in an atmosphere of comfort, independence and dignity.
What you'll need
Requirements include a minimum of three years of current nursing and long term care experience in a supervisory or management position, current licensure in the State of Oregon as a Registered Nurse and good standing with the Oregon State Board of Nursing.
We're looking for
A little bit about us
Cedar Sinai Park
Cedar Sinai Park's roots are firmly planted within the Portland Jewish Community. In 1920, the need arose for housing for the elderly, and the community responded by furnishing a 16-room Victorian home in the heart of the primarily Jewish neighborhood in Old South Portland. Originally named the Jewish Old People's Home, it served seniors at that location until the 1950s. In 1954, the Board of Trustees purchased and broke ground on seven acres of farmland in southwest Portland, where suburban neighborhoods were beginning to crop up. Today CSP continues to serve our community, residents and patitients and has grown to 365 employees. Our motto is Love, Honor, Respect. We're a special team, with big hearts and high standards. If you are someone will will love, honor and respect our residents and fellow employees as much as we do, please apply to be part of the CSP work "family".
Services we provide:
- Assisted Living
- Post-Acute Care
- Long Term Care
- In-Home Care
- Adult Day Services
- Special Needs & Affordable Housing
Are you interested?
Work With Us
Cedar Sinai Park provides residential and community-based care to our elders and adults with special needs allowing them to live with comfort, independence and dignity in a manner and environment based on Jewish values. We have a person-centered approach to care at the heart of our mission which empowers both residents and staff to be their best. The scenic Cedar Sinai Campus known for its lush green trees, walking trails and historic significance and connection to the local community.
In addition to great working conditions and our friendly staff and residents, Cedar Sinai Park offers opportunities for fulfilling work, career growth and the satisfaction of knowing that you've made a difference. We offer a comprehensive benefit package including a 403b matching retirement plan, flexible spending account and employer paid short-term and long-term disability benefit. All benefited employees are eligible to receive paid holidays, medical, dental and vision benefits. Each employee is entitled to one free meal each shift that they work.
Cedar Sinai Park is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, gender identification, age, race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, mental or physical disability, marital status, uniformed services status, or any other state or federally protected classifications. No application will be rejected as a result of a disability that, with reasonable accommodation, does not prevent performance of the essential job duties.