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Job Fair Thursday, August 5, 2021

Job Fair Thursday, August 5, 2021, 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Canterbury Court, a warm and loving Life Plan Community in Buckhead, is looking to fill the following positions:

•Dining Servers -$14/hour
•Housekeepers -$14/hour
•Certified Nursing Assistants -$14.50/hour
•Licensed Practical Nurses -$24.50/hour

We provide some wonderful benefits for our staff:
1. Health, Dental & Optical benefits
2. Free meal each day
3. Retirement savings plan with company match
4. Flexible Spending Accounts
5. Company-paid Short-Term Disability
6. Company-paid life insurance
7. Company-paid uniforms
8. Resident-funded academic scholarships
9. Eligibility for quarterly and holiday resident appreciation gifts.

If you are interested in joining our team, please contact Lisa Bronstein at lisabronstein@canterburyccrc.org or 470.381.6792.
Our web site is www.canterburycourt.org.


LPN Charge Nurse/RN

Lenbrook’s Health Services Department is the Heartbeat of the facility, our Nurses are impeccable with caring for our beautiful Residents. Lenbrook is seeking a LPN Charge Nurse and RN to join our congenial family. This position is full-time working in our long-term care unit. Come be a part of our Lenbrook Way!

*Licensed Practical Nurse Sign-On Bonus $1,500*

*Registered Nurse Sign-On Bonus $3,000*

Job Summary:
Provide nursing care in accordance with facility and nursing service policy and procedure.  Assist with orientation and training of personnel. Communicate and observe the Corporate Compliance Program and comply with Code of Conduct.

Essential Functions of the Job:
•    Recognize significant changes in conditions of residents.
•    Administer medications according to procedure and be aware of pharmacological and therapeutic effect.
•    Chart medications and treatments according to procedures.
•    Record nursing information on resident’s care plans and clinical records, including nursing notes, MARs, treatment record, and transcription.
•    Observe, report and record resident reaction to drugs, tests, treatments, and therapeutic measures.
•    Participate in formal and informal staff development in-service programs, workshops, institutes and conferences.
•    Inform Nursing Supervisor of departmental activities and condition of each resident.
•    Assume responsibility for assigned residents, including regular bed checks, to ensure that no resident is left unattended.
•    Report incidents of reported resident abuse immediately.
•    Report all unusual occurrences (incidents/accidents) that occur during the shift.
•    Supervision of CNAs who give direct resident care on the shift.
•    Ensure rehabilitative nursing procedures are performed.
•    Record monthly resident’s assessment and quarterly assessment.
•    Assist in interpreting goals and objectives of the Healthcare Department.
•    Perform compliance rounds at least three times during a shift to ensure residents’ needs are met.


Skills and Aptitude Required:
•    Must be congenial to residents, residents’ families and associates and respond in a professional manner.
•    Must be able to respond to an emergency in the independent living setting.

Education and Experience Required:

•    Current LPN or RN license in the State of Georgia
•    Associates Degree in Nursing; Bachelor’s Degree preferred
•    Good standing with the Georgia Board of Nursing
•    CPR certification
•    Cart experience, required
•    Supervisory experience and experience in long-term care preferred
•    Excellent technical assessment and documenting skills

Click HERE to apply.


Clinic LPN

Job Summary:  Provide direct nursing services, emergency first aid, and assist in coordinating needed auxiliary services for the independent residents.

Essential Functions of the Job:

•   Must have critical thinking skills to detect changed in condition and follow protocol for urgent care.
•    Serves as a leader of the emergency response team.
•    Must provide quality immediate care to Residents who are medically unstable or injured.
•    Demonstrate good problem solving and decision-making skills.
•    Maintain records of Residents that are treated, prepare incidents reports, and notify Family, POA and MD.
•    Collaborate with (IDT) Interdisciplinary Team to ensure appropriate follow-up and support is established.
•    Handle queries of Residents, Families and MD after a Medical Incident.
•    Demonstrate abilities to plan and organize workload.
•    Maintain confidentiality of all resident care information.
•    Promote excellent Customer Services to help create a positive work environment.
•    Promote Associate and Resident satisfaction.
•    Other duties as assigned.


Education and Experience Required:
•    Current Licensed Practical Nurse License
•    Minimum of 3-5 years nursing experience in Ambulatory Care or similar setting.
•    CPR Certification

Skills and Aptitude Required:
•    Knowledge of federal and state regulations for long-term care, assisted-living and continuing-care facilities.
•    Ability to communicate effectively with staff, residents and families.
•    Ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant.
•    Must possess ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, and the general public.
•    Ability to relate information concerning a resident’s condition.
•    Ability to supervise and manage resident care.
•    Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to juggle multiple tasks and demands.
•    Strong verbal and written communications skills.

Click HERE to apply.