SouthTowne Memory Care Careers
SouthTowne Memory Care offers a pleasant working environment where the care of our residents comes first! You will not only find a professional, caring work environment that will challenge you professionally, but also a rewarding career in which you help others.
Currently, we have the openings listed below. Apply by downloading and filling out the employment application and reference forms, accessible by using the following link: Employment Application and Reference Form.
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We are currently hiring for the following positions:
COMMUNITY RELATIONS COORDINATOR
We are currently recruiting for a full-time Community Relations Director to oversee the sales and marketing efforts for SouthTowne Living Center. You will be the resource for families seeking memory care for their loved ones. As the Community Relations Director, you will provide tours to potential families and residents, follow-up with inquiries, assist residents to move in to our community, and coordinate a detailed marketing strategy. Must have a strong background in senior housing, marketing and dementia care. Strong organizational abilities, wonderful people skills and personal accountability also required to excel. compensation: DOE
Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAREGIVERS-MED TECHS for all shifts.
SouthTowne Memory Care is hiring caregivers and medication techs for our memory care facility. Full time positions with various shifts, top pay and flexible schedule. No experience necessary, we will train the right people.
Apply by sending resume or stop by our office Fridays 10-12 at 389 W 29th Avenue in Eugene. Must pass a background check and a drug test.
LIFE ENRICHMENT COORDINATOR (ACTIVITIES)
This position is responsible for the development and coordination of activity programs for the community that reflects the varied interests of the residents and provides them with meaningful and life enriching activities. The Activity Director will develop programming that encompasses all facets of an individual's being: physical, social, intellectual, artistic, and spiritual and that includes activities in and outside of the community. This position is also responsible for the recruitment, training, and coordination of volunteer members and the cultivation of staff involvement in activities.
1. Develop and implement a comprehensive activities program to help meet the physical, social, intellectual, artistic, and spiritual needs of the residents.
2. Communicate, advise, and inform the Executive Director and other department supervisors of activity programs and upcoming events during daily stand-up meeting.
3. Cultivate community resources and entertainers to schedule various activities including special events.
4. Create monthly/daily activity calendar that reflects the varied interests of the residents and provides them with the dates, time, and location of programs.
5. Conduct or oversee activities as needed, encouraging resident involvement to attend programs of interest.
6. Coordinate and host all special events, including holiday events. Decorate community according to current holiday or event.
7. Provide a forum for residents to meet monthly and share their ideas, thoughts, and concerns regarding the services provided at the community (resident council or town hall meetings). Submit resident feedback to Executive Director for correction or staff recognition.
8. Maintain an adequate supply of equipment for regular activities, keeping within budgetary guidelines.
9. Practice infection control technique and good hand washing practice before and after all activities.
10. Arrange transportation for regular and special outings, including emergency resident care supplies and staff assistance, as needed.
11. Coordinate and promote activities involving other departments with the appropriate department head.
12. Cultivate opportunities for residents to engage in various community centers and service projects, i.e. local senior center.
13. Possess and maintain a strong knowledge of the community, its benefits, the services provided, healthcare services overall, the residents and employees.
14. Develop knowledge of community policies, procedures and state/federal regulations pertaining to activity programming.
15. Carry out other duties as assigned by supervisor.
1. Develop and maintain a solid volunteer base through building relationships in the community, with staff, and resident family members.
2. Assure all volunteers have the needed trainings and screenings per Ageia policies and state mandated rules.
3. Orient and train volunteers to the community, residents, and key policies.
4. Match volunteer interest with specific activities in an effort to enrich both the lives of the residents and volunteers.
5. Supervise and provide ongoing support and coaching to volunteers.
6. Train employees to conduct activities and encourage resident participation, especially during evenings and weekends.
7. Recognize staff and volunteers on a regular basis for their contribution.
1. Genuine concern for and ability to work with the elderly.
2. Knowledge of the requirements for providing care and supervision to the elderly.
3. Experience in creating and coordinating activities for older adults
4. Ability to train, supervise, lead, and motivate people.
5. Ability to delegate responsibility while maintaining oversight of daily activities and major projects.
6. Ability to manage and prioritize a large, complex workload.
7. Possess sufficient communication and language (orally and written) skills to perform job duties and communicate with residents, other staff, family members, etc., as needed.
8. Must maintain a current state issued food handler's permit.
9. Must be able to utilize standard precaution knowledge and infection control measures where required.
10. Ability to work with superiors and within the parameters of corporate policies and procedures.
11. Experience in volunteer recruitment and training preferred.
12. Must be able to work weekends, evenings, and holidays as needed/scheduled.
Minimum high school graduate, preferred two years of college specializing in recreational activities.
Minimum one year of experience in creating and coordinating activities for older adults.
Please apply in person at 389 WEST 29TH AVE.EUGENE, OR 97405 during normal business hours or above.