KenCrest Services is a non-profit agency that provides services to children and adults with intellectual disabilities so they can live well in their communities, receive the respect of others, and make choices in their own lives. If your personal mission is to serve others with disabilities and be a positive influence in their lives, we have opportunities to help you fulfill your mission and help us fulfill ours in the process.
Our Nurse Care Managers deliver care to individuals with disabilities in a community setting. You will be integral part of a team consisting of not only our consumers but family members, health team members and co-workers to provide optimal quality of care. This role provides a variety of responsibilities ranging from providing care to our consumers to training new staff.
Highlights of what you will be doing:
• Coordinate and manage the medical/dental/psychiatric treatment, care and follow-up for assigned residents. Ensure appointments are scheduled, necessary information accompanies the individual, attend appointments when necessary and assure that health care orders and recommendations are implemented.
• Conduct staff training on Health Care Policies, Procedures and Protocols. Ensure staff’s compliance and understanding during biweekly house visits to ensure residents receive highest quality of care.
• Write Annual Lifetime Medical History Summaries (LMH)
• Review all physician orders, medications and MAR’s on a monthly basis.
• Communicate with HealthCare Liaison the relevant and current health care information for any resident who is admitted to an acute, rehab or long term placement setting and ensure proper readmission of resident to the community home.
What you will receive in return:
• A Monday through Friday schedule with flexibility
• Not expected to work holidays
• Paid on-call rotation
• Generous Paid Time Off
• 404(b) with a company match after two years
If interested, please check at our website www.kencrest.org and while you are there fill out a job application. If you meet the qualifications, someone will contact you to discuss the opportunities in detail.
• Minimum of four years of experience providing nursing services to individuals with disabilities
• Current Pennsylvania Registered Nurse License
• Valid driver’s license with satisfactory driving records
• Excellent writing skills and basic computer skills
• Ability to respond to crisis situations, quickly, calmly while exercising superior professional judgment