Nursing Positions

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Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Perry Creek Health & Rehabilitation Center in Raleigh, NC is seeking qualified individuals to join our growing team as Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs).

As a CNA, you are at the forefront of our ability to provide Care Beyond Compare with the exceptional hands-on care you deliver. As a member of the nursing team, you will collaborate with other healthcare professionals to ensure that we are delivering the highest quality of care to our residents; helping them regain and maintain their optimal level of independence through the compassionate care and support you provide. One of the most rewarding aspects of your role is knowing that you will have the opportunity to make a sincere difference in someone’s life every day.

What we offer

  • Competitive pay commensurate with experience
  • Excellent Health Benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision) 
  • 401(k), Flexible Spending Account, & Other Elective Benefits Available
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Career Growth Opportunities
  • Daily Pay Available

What you'll do

  • Provide individualized care to residents according to each resident’s plan of care.
  • Assist residents with activities of daily living (ALDs) including bathing, grooming, and dressing.
  • Assist with mealtime activities, including feeding residents as needed.   
  • Assist residents with mobility, including transferring and positioning them safely.
  • Monitor residents’ health status and vital signs and report any changes or concerns to the nurse.
  • Engage residents in social and recreational activities to promote overall well-being.
  • Maintain safe, clean, and organized living environment for residents.
  • Perform other duties as required to provide exceptional care to each resident.

What you need

  • Active certification as a Certified Nursing Assistant in North Carolina. 
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. 
  • Highly organized and detail oriented. 
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team. 

If you're looking to join an outstanding team of professionals where every day you can make a sincere difference in someone's life, we're looking for you! 

 

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Unit Manager-2nd Shift

The Unit Manager implements and maintains nursing unit goals and objectives. The Unit Manager is responsible for the supervision and management of the nursing unit and ensuring compliance with nursing  policies and procedures, systems, and processes while adhering to federal, state, and local regulatory requirements. The Unit Manager coordinates all programs and services under the direction and consultation of the Director of Nursing (DON).

What You'll Do

  • Provide guidance, supervision, and management oversight to all nursing staff on all shifts. 
  • Ensure compliance with company policies as well as all federal, state, and local regulations. 
  • Effectively collaborate with medical staff and other departments to coordinate all aspects of patient care. 
  • Review clinical records daily and ensure appropriate follow-up; report findings to the DON. 
  • Participate in required daily clinical meetings. 
  • Evaluate clinical outcomes and initiate action plans with direction from the DON/ADON. 
  • Conduct patient rounds daily and as needed; provides immediate feedback to assigned staff.
  • Participate in provider rounds and ensure provider orders are implemented appropriately. 
  • Review and investigate patient, family, and staff concerns; take action to resolve and prevent reoccurrence. 
  • Conduct compliance audits and provide supervision on nursing unit. 
  • Collaborate with Staff Development Coordinator to develop and implement in-service training programs according to staff performance in order to correct identified educational needs. 
  • Participate in the recruitment, selection, and onboarding of quality nursing staff. 
  • Effectively manage turnover in the nursing department. 
  • Oversee nursing unit schedule and staffing needs. 
  • Manage employee performance on assigned nursing unit; complete employee appraisals timely. 
  • Collaborate with Infection Preventionist to ensure adherence to center’s infection prevention and control program. 
  • Ensure nursing unit operates with consideration to budget and cost controls; manage and reduce unnecessary waste and spending when possible.
  • Performs other duties as necessary for the successful operation of the healthcare center. 

What You'll Need

  • One year of nurse management / leadership experience preferred. 
  • Active, unencumbered licensure as a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse in the state of employment. 
  • Ability to lead diverse team of individuals.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong ability to make independent decisions and work without direct supervision. 
  • Ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government personnel, and the public. 
  • Must have thorough knowledge of current standards of nursing practice. 
  • Must be knowledgeable of computer systems and applications. 
  • Excellent customer service focus. 

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Staff Development Coordinator

The Staff Development Coordinator (SDC) is responsible for providing new hire orientation, annual followup training, and education in-service programs as needed for all staff. The SDC plans, organizes, implements, and coordinates the healthcare center’s nursing staff education programs. The SDC evaluates the educational needs of the healthcare center to ensure on-going continuing education and adherence to applicable required in-services. The SDC identifies, assesses, and implements in-service programs as needed regarding the satisfactory performance of clinical skills and knowledge. 

What You'll Do:

Plans, implements, directs, and coordinates the orientation program for all new employees. 

Schedules ongoing coordinated educational in-services in accordance with company standards. 

Maintains Occupational Health and Safety (OSHA), medical, and educational records for all employees. 

Validates completion of competency validation record for all nursing personnel upon hire, annually, 

and as needed. 

Conducts and/or validates completion of medication pass observation and treatment observation for 

all nursing personnel upon hire, annually, and as needed. 

Coordinates and maintains CPR certifications for licensed nursing personnel. 

Monitors compliance with Relias online education requirements. 

Identify, develop, and implement in-service programs according to staff performance in order to 

correct identified needs. 

Ensures that educational programs are available on all shifts; maintains accurate records of all 

educational programs.

Collaborates with outside vendors and manufacturers for specific training needs. 

Coordinates withs nursing and/or nursing assistant programs for opportunities within the center. 

Attends corporate level education programs as indicated. 

Ensure compliance with company policies as well as all federal, state, and local regulations. 

Performs other duties as necessary for the successful operation of the healthcare center. 

What You'll Need:

One year of experience in Infection Preventionist or related role.

Active, unencumbered licensure as a Registered Nurse in the state of employment. 

Completion or willingness to complete specialized training in infection prevention and control.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Strong ability to make independent decisions and work without direct supervision. 

Ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government personnel, 

and the public. 

Must be knowledgeable of computer systems and applications. 

Excellent customer service focus

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Charge Nurse LPN / RN

Perry Creek Health & Rehabilitation Center in Raleigh, NC is seeking qualified individuals to join our growing team as RN / LPN Charge Nurses.

As the RN / LPN Charge nurse, you are at the forefront of our ability to provide Care Beyond Compare with the exceptional hands-on care you deliver. As a member of the nursing team, you will collaborate with other healthcare professionals to ensure that we are delivering the highest quality of care to our residents; helping them regain and maintain their optimal level of independence through the compassionate care and support you provide. One of the most rewarding aspects of your role is knowing that you will have the opportunity to make a sincere difference in someone’s life every day.

What we offer

  • Competitive pay commensurate with experience
  • Excellent Health Benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision) 
  • 401(k), Flexible Spending Account, & Other Elective Benefits Available
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Career Growth Opportunities
  • Daily Pay Available

What you'll do

  • Supervise, coordinate, and direct the work of nursing assistants (CNAs).
  • Provide individualized nursing care to residents according to each resident’s plan of care.
  • Assist in the admission, transfer, and discharge of patients.
  • Administers prescribed medications and treatments as ordered by the physician.
  • Explains procedures and treatments ordered to gain patients’ cooperation and allay apprehension.
  • Observe vital signs to detect deviations from normal and gage progress of the patient.
  • Maintains patients’ medical record on nursing observation and action taken, such as medications and treatments given, reactions, tests, intake, emission of liquids and solids, and vital signs.
  • Records nursing needs of patient on care plan to assure continuity of care.
  • Observes emotional stability of patients, expresses interest in their progress, and prepares them for continuing care after discharge.
  • Perform other duties as required to provide exceptional care to each resident.

What you need

  • Active Licensure as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN) in North Carolina.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. 
  • Highly organized and detail oriented. 
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team. 

If you're looking to join an outstanding team of professionals where every day you can make a sincere difference in someone's life, we're looking for you! 

 

 

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Social Worker

The Social Work is responsible for assisting in the operation of the center’s Social Work & Discharge Planning department; ensuring that the social, psychological, and physical needs of all residents in the center are being met. This position is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the patient’s safe discharge from the center back to home or a lower level of care. 

What You'll Do

  • Document care plans and services provided in the resident’s medical record in accordance with state and federal regulatory requirements and company policies. Ensure all entries are accurate, timely, and descriptive of the services provided. 
  • Complete assigned sections on the Minimal Data Set (MDS) in timely manner. 
  • Arranges and obtains needed durable medical equipment, clothing, and personal items for residents.
  • Partners with the clinical team in training staff on resident’s behaviors and appropriate behavioral interventions. 
  • Coordinates home health, hospice, and supportive services, including making referrals to and obtaining services from outside agencies as needed. 
  • Participates in leadership team by actively contributing to decision making, grievance follow-up, building and company-wide initiatives and attending leadership meetings such as Stand-Up, Quality Assurance Performance Improvement (QAPI), and other meetings as required. 
  • Performs other duties as assigned. 
  • Act as resident advocate by ensuring that services are provided in the resident’s best interest and educating on residents’ rights. 
  • Meet with all new admissions to discuss and document the resident's psychosocial history and identify the current psychosocial needs. 
  • Communicate regularly with the resident and resident’s family regarding resident needs.
  • Ensure comprehensive psychosocial care plans are in place for each resident and are completed within the required timeframe and updated quarterly and as needed. 
  • Arrange ancillary services including, but not limited to, dental, ophthalmology, and audiology services. 
  • Initiates discharge planning upon admission.
  • Coordinates with the resident and/or resident’s representative(s), the interdisciplinary team, and physician to determine appropriate discharge plans for transitioning the patient home or to an optimal care environment. 
  • Schedules and directs timely and efficient discharge planning meetings for all new admissions. 
  • Utilizes scheduled administrative meetings, the Recovery Map, care plan meetings, internal and community resources to facilitate education and planning that provides the patient and family the support needed in order to resume life in the community or at a lower level of care. 
  • Assesses the patient’s support systems and home situation to assist in decision-making regarding the patient’s discharge plan and discharge needs. 
  • Facilitates effective bed management by strategic evaluation and internal arrangement of center beds in order to maximize the availability of transition and extended care services. 
  • Adheres to company procedures for initiating internal transfers, and documents room/roommate change processes including notifications, transfers, interventions, and outcomes in the patient’s medical record. 
  • Coordinate with center’s Business Office to ensure timely issuance of Notice of Medicare NonCoverage (NOMNC) and Skilled Nursing Facility Advance Beneficiary Notice (SNFABN).
  • Provide center case management for managed care residents by collecting and submitting required resident assessments and progress updates to insurance companies.

What You'll Need

  • Bachelor's degree in social work, human services, or related field preferred. 
  • Two (2) years of experience in Social Work or related role
  • Experience in skilled nursing or healthcare environment preferred. 
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively. 
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills. 
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills. 
  • Ability to work independently with limited supervision.

 

 

 

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Why join our team?

Meaningful Work

Working with us is more than just a job – it is an opportunity to make a meaningful impact to improve the lives of others.

Excellent People

The daily experience of our patients and residents is defined by the daily interactions with our team. We take this responsibility very seriously, establishing a supportive environment for residents and employees alike.

Great Benefits

Our employees enjoy excellent pay, hours, health insurance, vacation time and growth opportunities, in addition to working alongside some of the most passionate and knowledgeable people in the industry.

Meet Some of Our Heroes

Felix Ahenkorah, LPN

"The company really means it when they say they want to help. I went from a CNA to an LPN. They give us the right tools and encouragement."

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Danielle Pace, RN/MDS Coordinator

"I definitely enjoy interacting with management. You're just not able to do that at a hospital. Here you work hand-in-hand with your management team and they are so helpful."

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Jim Morales, PT

"I had worked for several skilled nursing facilities before, but LifeWorks Rehab and its Centers are by far the best at getting the job done."

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