Austin, TX USA
Full-Time - AL-Resident Care Coordinator – Renaissance Austin
Job Details
Employment type: Full-Time
Job Category: Care
Location: Austin TX, USA
Req ID: 2021-170077

In conjunction with the Executive Director the Resident Care Coordinator is responsible for the Health Service Department.  The Resident Care Coordinator: Hires, trains, supervises and schedules the caregiving staff members; coordinates all services relating to resident care needs; monitors resident care needs; alerts the Wellness Director when the resident has a change of condition; audits the medication administration program to assure accuracy and completeness; addresses resident and family concerns; responds to resident special requests; acts as a liaison with community providers.


Holiday Retirement is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law.

  • Hire, train and supervise caregiving staff members in coordination with Executive Director.
  • In conjunction with the Office Manager or Executive Director, assure all new hire paperwork for care staff is completed and filed in their personnel file.
  • Responsible to participate in coordinating training and orientation for all new care staff.
  • Set schedules for staff, post no later than the 4th Monday of each month and oversee coverage of all shifts. Check that no overtime is scheduled, and schedules are being kept up-to-date in a manner required by the state. Maintain monthly filing of schedules in a community record binder.
  • Counsel employees, exercise disciplinary action by oral and written communications.
  • Evaluate employees and conduct any terminations with the Executive Director present.
  • Attend daily  standup  meetings,  reporting  any  resident  issues  as  documented  in  the Communication Log, Alert Charting Log or Incident Reports.
  • Monitor resident care needs, alert the Wellness Director or resident’s health care provider when the resident has a change of medical condition.
  • Review all  medication  orders  daily  and  follow  up  prescriptions that were not preauthorized  in  resident’s Progress Notes.
  • Attend weekly Service Plan meetings. Assure input from care staff and complete Service Plan review notes in the resident’s medical chart.
  • Check the Service Plans regularly for specific resident’s needs. Assure follow through with the services as described in the Service Plan. Report any discrepancies to the Executive Director, Wellness Director or Medication Assistant in the Communication Log. Chart vital signs taken during your shift on any resident in the resident’s Progress Notes. Report any changes in resident needs or conditions to Wellness Director. Report any tasks needing to be passed on or followed through to off-going and on-coming shifts.
  • Establish a monitoring process for “at risk” residents and assure follow up charting.
  • Follow up on Incident Reports as directed by the Executive Director.
  • As directed by physician orders and Wellness Director  dispense  and  order medications as needed by residents for whom we provide medication administration services.
  • Monitor all ordered supplies.
  • Coordinate resident appointments when required.
  • Review all physician orders for correctness. Assure resident’s physician orders are reviewed and signed periodically.
  • Audit the Medication Administration Record weekly. Document findings providing a copy to the staff and the Wellness Director or Executive Director.
  • Assist with  the  new  resident  move  in    Assure  initial  resident  paperwork  and physician orders are on hand. Communicate to the care staff the new resident’s needs and preferences. Assure the kitchen staff has been informed of food allergies or special dietary needs prior to resident’s arrival for the first mealtime.
  • On call duties on a rotating basis on the weekends and routinely on the weekdays. While on call, responsible to triage emergency care needs, assure staffing needs are met, and respond to other miscellaneous problems that may arise.
  • Perform Quality Assurance Audits as directed.
  • Responsible for monitoring employee  hours  worked  and  staffing  patterns to ensure adherence to budget.
  • Responsible for weekly review of the health services declining balance sheets to ensure adherence to projected budget.
  • Responsible to conduct community tours for prospective residents and family members as needed.
  • Conducts weekly community outreach visits. Recommends marketing strategies to support the marketing efforts of the community.
  • Current and unencumbered Licensed Practical Nurse license.
  • Recent history of care experience in assisted living
  • Recent history of medication assistant experience in assisted living
  • Excellent customer service and communication
  • Positive and cheerful
  • Good
  • Proven leadership
  • Proven organizational
  • Comfortable making decisions and directing
  • Knowledge of progression and care of dementia
  • Able to perform frequent lifting of less than, or equal to, 50
  • Able to occasionally lift more than 50
  • Other qualifications may be added to meet state
  • 18 years of
  • High school graduate or equivalent Graduate of an accredited LPN program.
  • Currently certified and willing to maintain CPR Certification.
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Hiring Step 2
Application Review
Every application is given due consideration. If your experience and skills are aligned with the job requirements, we’ll contact you to schedule an interview.
Hiring Step 3
Interviews & Assessments
Your interview will be conducted by phone or in person with an Atria recruiter or hiring manager. This process may include additional interviews, reference checks and skill assessments.
Hiring Step 4
Offer Letter
If you are chosen for the position, an offer will be made by phone and email. The email will include a letter which you’ll sign electronically, return to us and can download for your records.
Hiring Step 5
Post-Offer Hiring Process
You’ll receive all needed forms, instructions and our contact information if you have any follow-up questions. This process may include a background check and/or a drug screen. COVID-19 vaccination is a requirement of all positions – proof of vaccination is required before you can start. We will evaluate potential accommodations for anyone seeking an exemption due to a medical condition or religious belief.
Hiring Step 6
Check-ins from your future team
As turnaround times vary for screening results, we’ll provide any needed updates and let you know what to expect for your first day on the job.
Hiring Step 7
First day and onboarding
Congratulations – we’re excited to have you join our team! Onboarding varies by position, but on your first day at Atria you’ll typically meet coworkers, take a workplace tour and begin any required training.
Job Details
Employment type: Full-Time
Job Category: Care
Location: Austin TX, USA
Req ID: 2021-170077

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Paid Holidays & PTO

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