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Minimum USD hourly rate: 24.00
Maximum USD hourly rate: 26.00

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Company: MBK Senior Living

Memory Care Activities Coordinator

At MBK Senior Living, we’re committed to putting people first – our residents and team members. Exceeding expectations and enriching lives drives our day-to-day. And it’s all powered by Yoi Shigoto, a Japanese concept that translates to “good, quality work.” It’s more than a mantra. It’s part of our company-wide commitment to build trust, set high standards, and develop potential in ourselves and others!

Whether you’re looking for a flexible, part-time job or the pathway to a lasting career, you’ll find it here at MBK Senior Living-and a whole lot more! When you join the MBK Senior Living team, you’ll enjoy:

-Impacting lives and building lasting relationships

-Executing exceptional signature programs in dining, fitness, wellness, and care

-A supportive community team that encourages personal and professional growth and celebrates your

success

-A fun-filled, energetic environment that’s centered in hospitality and high-quality service

-Competitive salaries

-Professional development, training, and personal coaching through our Mentor, Buddy, and Executive

Director in Training Programs

-Education loan assistance & scholarships

-Financial and legal services

-Team Member discounts

-Health and Wellness resources

Full-time benefits include:

-Rich benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision and 401k matching up to 4%

-Childcare and eldercare assistance

-Flexible spending accounts

If you’re looking for a place where you can make an impact, find purpose and joy, and receive the training, tools, and support to reach your career goals – look no further, apply today!

Job Description
Full time Memory Care Activities Coordinator
Experience with Seniors preferred

Schedule: Tuesday – Saturday
Shift Hours: 8:30 – 5pm
Pay: $24 – $26 hourly

Job Summary: At MBK, we believe that every resident has the potential to experience joy and pleasure, connection with others, purpose, and self-esteem at every point on the spectrum of the cognitive changes we call dementia. The purpose of the Wellness Program Leader in memory care is to uncover and develop each resident’s potential to have these positive daily experiences and to grow. This goal is achieved by creatively planning and implementing a daily Wellness Program using the structures and content provided by MBK.

Essential Job Duties:

Understand each resident’s wellness needs and document them in the Service Plan -20%
– Review the Lifestyle Survey for each new resident prior to move-in and create a plan to welcome and integrate the resident into the Wellness Program beginning on move-inday
– Identify resident’s interests, needs, and potential roles in the first 30 days after move in and incorporate them into the neighborhood’s Wellness Program plan
– Document Wellness Program services provided in each resident’s Service Plan
– Ensure that every resident has large group, small group, and/or individual experiences included in their Service Plan- Assist the team to find better ways to meet residents’ needs when they express distress through verbal or nonverbal communication

Plan and implement Wellness Program Daily Flow -60%
– Plan individual, small group, and large group experiences by reviewing Lifestyle Surveys and finding common needs and interests
– Create and execute daily Wellness Program using the Daily Flow structure- Optimize the use of MBK-provided content, ie. iN2L, Eversound, Joy for All Companion Pets, SingFit, etc.
– Provide training and support to ensure that Wellness Programs are conducted when the Wellness Program Leader is not present, including evenings and days off

Provide training and supplies to enable all memory care team members to support residents’ greatest potential -10%
– Encourage and instruct all memory care team members to build relationships with residents, communicate effectively with them, and support their abilities
– Ensure that adequate and appropriate supplies are always available for team members to initiate individual, small group, and large group experiences

Perform administrative tasks necessary to maintain role requirements -5%
– Attend required Teams callsand trainings
– Contribute to inter-community discussions and projects on Teams groups and channels
– Contribute content to monthly community newsletter
– Effectively manage program supplies and services budget

Support community sales and marketing efforts by effectively demonstrating programs and providing materials to post on social media -5%
– Highlight Wellness Programs during tours or when other guests are present
– Take videos and photos of Wellness Programs and provide them for posting on the community’s Facebook page or other social media

Additional Responsibilities:
– Perform other job duties or special projects as assigned or requested by the Memory Care Director or Executive Director
– Maintain a safe and secure environment for all staff, residents, and guests following established safety standards, policies, and procedures
– Understand and comply with all Federal, State, and local regulations, and all company policies and procedures concerning the department
– Promote and lead with a spirit of teamwork and open communication in accordance with the MBK principles and core values
– Communicate with caring and professionalism with residents, team members, family members, and other guests
– Manage expenses within established monthly and annual budgets
– Minimize waste and misuse of supplies and equipment

Knowledge and Skills:
– Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, social services, gerontology, social work, nursing, or recreational therapy
– Certified dementia practitioner or similar certification

Requirements:
– High school diploma or GED
– Over the age of 18
– Prior work experience in a similar role supporting people living with dementia or other cognitive differences
– Excellent communication skills, including ability to speak, write, and read English
– Ability to empathize with others, understand their needs, and respond in a helpful way
– Ability to communicate sensitively and professionally with team members, residents, family members, and guests at all times
– Basic knowledge of Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias
– Basic computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, Teams, etc.)
– Understanding and compliance with all regulations regarding Resident’s Rights
– Current First Aid Certification- Background clearance (per government regulations)
– Negative TB test
– Vaccination (per government regulations)
– Willingness to work TUE-SAT or SUN-THU schedule

Physical Demands:
– Lift 25+ pounds
– Push a resident safely in a wheelchair
– Walk up to 5miles per shift
– Exert 10-25 lbs. of force occasionally and/or frequently to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects
– Assist in moving residents in emergency situations
– Bend, kneel, squat, sit, reach

Inspiring people, creating experiences, and supporting goals are just a few ways MBK Senior Living creates a positive work environment. It’s how we support our team members, serve our residents, and achieve our pursuit – to be the senior living provider of choice in each market we serve.

MBK Senior Living has pursued this goal for more than 30 years. Currently, the company owns and operates 35 Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care services in senior living communities throughout the Western United States. We’re proud to have been ranked among the Top 50 “Best Workplaces in Aging Services” by Fortune magazine and certified as a “Great Place to Work” by the Great Place to Work Institute since 2017.

HIPAA Disclosure:

All Team Members prior to commencing employment and once employed must not be considered an “Excluded Party” as defined by the Medicare and state Medicaid Programs as well as other federal and state government contract programs. If as an associate you learn you are an Excluded Party, you must present your Excluded Party notice letter to your supervisor immediately. An Excluded Party is a person that the federal or state government found not eligible to provide care and services in a Community that receives Medicare or Medicaid funding. In addition, at all times, during your employment, all associates must be in compliance with certain laws and regulations that affect the company, including but not limited to Resident Rights, HIPAA, State licensing regulations, and those laws relating you an associates’ professional license.

MBK is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, or other protected reason. Our company is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for qualifying individuals in employment, its services, programs, and activities. To request reasonable accommodation, contact talentacquisition@mbk.com.

Regulatory Disclosures for Senior Living Communities with Medicaid Residents: An “Excluded Party” is a person that the federal or state government found not eligible to provide care and services in a facility that receives Medicare or Medicaid funding. If employed at one of our senior living communities that receives Medicare or Medicaid funding, team members must not be considered an “Excluded Party” as defined by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, any state Medicaid Programs, and any additional federal and state government contract programs. If, as a team member, you learn that you are an Excluded Party at any time, you must present your Excluded Party notice letter to your supervisor immediately.

Other Regulatory Requirements: If employed at one of our senior living communities, team members must continually comply with certain laws and regulations that impact the company, including, but not limited to, as applicable, state licensing regulations, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), Resident Rights as defined by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and any other federal or state laws relating to team members’ professional licenses.

HIPAA Disclosure:

All Team Members prior to commencing employment and once employed must not be considered an “Excluded Party” as defined by the Medicare and state Medicaid Programs as well as other federal and state government contract programs. If as an associate you learn you are an Excluded Party, you must present your Excluded Party notice letter to your supervisor immediately. An Excluded Party is a person that the federal or state government found not eligible to provide care and services in a Community that receives Medicare or Medicaid funding. In addition, at all times, during your employment, all associates must be in compliance with certain laws and regulations that affect the company, including but not limited to Resident Rights, HIPAA, State licensing regulations, and those laws relating you an associates’ professional license.

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