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Prestige Healthcare Assistant Director of Nursing (RN) in Lansing, Michigan

Assistant Director of Nursing (ADON) - Advance Your Career with Us! MediLodge of Capital Area has a 5-Star Rating in Staffing and is an integral part of our large MediLodge portfolio of 49 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers state-wide, which makes us a leading healthcare provider in Michigan! We are looking for an Assistant Director of Nursing (RN) who is ready for career progression, to join our team! Are you a Unit Manager or Charge Nurse who desires to become a Director of Nursing? This is your next step! What Benefits Do We Offer You? * Competitive Wages * Electronic Scheduling – You Manage Your Work Schedule * Excellent Career Advancement Opportunities That Meet Your Goals * Daily Pay, Weekly Pay, Bi-Weekly Pay Options Through On-Shift Wallet (stat pay) * Affordable Medical, Dental, and Vision Benefits for You Your Family * Employee Benefits Concierge – to Guide You in Maximizing Your Benefits * Tuition Reimbursement * Student Loan Repayment Program * Company Paid Life Insurance * Paid Vacation Days with Rollover Option and Sick Time * 401k Retirement with Company Match * Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flexible Spending Account (FSA) * Mobile Phone Discount Program * Unlimited Referral Bonuses and more! The team at Medilodge of Capital Area is supportive, helpful and passionate about helping nurses grow and develop. We are proud of our team and staff appreciation initiatives to ensure our teams feel supported and recognized. Thank you for considering a career with us! We can’t wait to meet you!: Summary: Assists the Director of Nursing with administrative duties and the supervision of nursing staff. Qualifications: * Education: Graduate of accredited school of nursing, BSN preferred. * Licenses/Certification: * Valid Registered Nurse (RN) license in the state employed. * Valid CPR certification. * Experience: Seven years experience in nursing, two years of which was supervisory in a long-term care environment. Essential Functions: * Acts as liaison between nursing units, admissions and the DON. * Plans and facilitates meetings and committees to address resident care issues. * Monitor weekly and monthly weights. * Monitors and evaluates nursing staff and makes recommendations for training or work modification to the DON. * Monitor meals and breaks to assure compliant by staff. * Assists in preparation of departmental budget. * Monitor meals and temperature of meal trays. * Performs personnel management functions such as establishing personnel qualification requirements, drafting procedure manuals, instating in-service programs, and installing record and reporting systems. * Monitor noise level and satisfaction of residents with care/or dissatisfaction. * Performs studies to evaluate effectiveness of nursing services in relation to their objectives and costs. * Monitor and audit charts weekly for: Episodic; Medicare documentation; all assessments; nursing summaries, MAR’s; treatment; flow sheets; residents profile for CNA’s. * Ensures that annual competency evaluations and performance reviews are completed in the appropriate time frame. * Rounds on unit daily. * Pro-actively addresses survey and/or standards of care issues. * Follow up on residents/family/employee concerns in a timely manner. * Plans and guides the professional development of nursing staff. * Participates in nurse on call system. * Represents the DON at meetings, in the community, and assumes responsibility for nursing operations in the DON’s absence. * Works with the Staffing Coordinator to ensure that shifts have adequate nursing staff to meet facility/census requirements. * Rounds on units at least 1 time a day to assure needs are being met. * Performs other tasks as assigned. * Assist DON in preparing reports, forms and clinical issues in a timely manner. Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: * Skilled in directing and motivating the workforce. * Ability to communicate effectively with residents and their family members, and at all levels of the organization. * Ability to react decisively and quickly in emergency situations. * Ability to organize and prioritize. * Knowledge of training techniques for clinical staff. * Ability to maintain confidentiality. * Knowledge of the Nurse Practice Act, state and federal regulations and Company policies and procedures regarding nursing standards and delivery of care.

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