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Full-time (40 Hours) RN Openings for our Brand-New Rehabilitation Suite

 Seabury, Bloomfield, CT


Seabury is proud to announce the expansion of our rehabilitation services. We are currently accepting applications from Registered Nurses for full-time (40 hours) opportunities in our short-term rehabilitation suite.

This brand-new addition will feature 12 private rooms with state-of-the art equipment. Our staff will be providing innovative and person-centered care to help individuals return to an active lifestyle, reduce pain and promote movement. As a member of our nursing staff, you will have a direct impact on helping each person meet their rehabilitation goals.

Seabury nurses are passionate about providing exemplary care and exceeding customer service expectations. They remain patient, tactful, cheerful and enthusiastic at all times and they believe that working as a team is the best way to care for their patients.

The ideal candidates will have a minimum of one year prior experience in one or more of the following areas: rehabilitation, medical surgery, ICU or subacute care.

Registered Nurses (RN): Specific responsibilities of our RN staff include:

  • Meeting the nursing and rehabilitation needs of each resident.
  • Adhering to current resident care plans on all residents under your care.
  • Performing daily assessments for each resident to evaluate their needs.
  • Assuming primary responsibility for complete nursing care, treatments, dressings and adhering to physician orders.
  • Transcribing physician’s orders promptly and accurately.
  • Reviewing patient records daily to assure accuracy and completeness.
  • Documenting comprehensive and complete nursing notes.
  • Leading the Certified Nursing Assistant team by providing guidance and supervision as needed.
  • Attending and participating in continuing educational programs.
  • Seeking out and applying new nursing methods and principles.

Who We Are: Seabury is a premier Active Life Plan Community located on 66 acres of beautiful Connecticut countryside. We have a comprehensive continuum of care and services that includes Independent Living, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation Services, a Home Health Agency, and Wellness Clinic. In addition, we offer Seabury At Home, an innovative, home-based life care program designed for individuals who prefer to age in place in their own home. As a free standing not-for-profit Life Plan Community, Seabury is committed to providing excellence in health care, services, and accommodations with an emphasis on a “Wellness for Life” philosophy for both residents and staff.

What We Do: Seabury employees are passionate about providing Five-Star customer service and are committed to exceptional resident care. We live our company Vision every day by “Revolutionizing the Experience of Aging!”

What We Offer: Seabury employees have the benefit of being part of a dynamic organization that is moving into the future at an exciting pace. Employees are empowered and encouraged to develop their professional identity and enjoy the resources of a community committed to excellence.

An excellent benefit package is available for employees who work 32 hours or more per week. Benefits include premium medical and dental insurance with generous company paid premium, vision coverage, a 403B retirement benefit with considerable company matching, a free on-site fitness center, free on-campus parking, paid holidays, paid vacation, illness and personal time off, an outstanding company culture that encourages creativity and problem solving, and much more.

Seabury is conveniently located between Springfield and Hartford, five minutes off Interstate 91. Our employees enjoy highly competitive salaries and outstanding benefits as well as the knowledge that they work in a community that has consistently been cited as number one of its kind in the region. On site amenities available to staff include: pool, fitness center, massage, bistro, salon/spa, and free secure parking.

Please send resume and cover letter with your salary expectations to mariemalinosky@seaburylife.org.

Thank you for your interest in Seabury!

Posted 10/26/2017

 

Administrator
Noble Horizons, Salisbury, CT

Church Homes Inc. is seeking a full charge Administrator for its Salisbury, CT Retirement Village. Noble Horizons, founded in 1971, is a five star facility, located in the North West corner of Connecticut. It is a  multi-level, continuum of care community with 50 cottages, 61 Skilled and 30 Intermediate Care beds and a 19 bed Residential Care Home. There is a plan for future expansion of the cottage compliment.

Noble Horizons is the third largest employer in Salisbury and enjoys a tremendously dedicated staff with extraordinary longevity.

Church Homes owns and operates both Noble Horizons in Salisbury and Avery Heights in Hartford.

Candidates must be a Connecticut Licensed Nursing Home Administrator or license eligible. An excellent wage and benefit package is available. Please send resume’s to pgilland@churchhomes.org.
Posted 10/23/2017

 

Nurse Coordinator, Subacute/LTC Unit

Nurse Coordinator, Subacute/LTC Unit – full time, has accountability for the quality of care delivered on the 41- bed unit under the direction of the RN Unit Manager. Requirements: RN with previous Management and Geriatric experience, excellent leadership and interpersonal skills. Fax resume to Nursing Dept. 860-527-8117- Attention Director of Nursing

RN Supervisor – part time, 3-11and 11-7 shifts, previous supervisory experience preferred, excellent Clinical skills, organized, able to multi-task and have good communication skills Fax resume to Nursing Dept. 860-527-8117 – Attention Director of Nursing
Posted 9/18/2017

 

                                   Therapeutic Recreation

Full time position available at Avery Heights:  Greater Hartford’s Premier Retirement Village.
This 43 acre campus, is in the middle of Hartford, but feels like you are in the country! On the top of Cedar Mountain, our campus is beautiful.
Avery Heights offers an unparalleled continuum of care for seniors, from our gracious apartments, private cottages, assisted living, and comprehensive nursing care.  We strive to provide innovative programs designed to meet each individuals need.
The position available is in the Therapeutic Recreation Department of the nursing home.  

We have One full time position available…
Excellent benefits and Salary commensurate
With experience.   Call Jodi Levine at (860) 527-9126 ext. 445 or send your resume to jlevine@churchhomes.org if you are interested!
Posted 9/13/2017 

 

President, New England Ministry

Witt/Kieffer has been retained by Trinity Health Senior Communities to assist in the recruitment of a President to lead the New England Ministry. 

The Ministry includes: Mercy Community Health – Hartford, Connecticut, Mercy Continuing Care Network – Springfield and Holyoke, Massachusetts, and Mount St. Joseph – Waterville, Maine.  The combined New England Ministry of Trinity Health Senior Communities includes revenues of $98 million and 1280 apartments and skilled nursing beds.  As the largest senior living region within Trinity, this is an outstanding opportunity to lead a region within a national faith-based organization.  The President provides leadership and direction in promoting a regional approach to continuing care delivery which is not only faith-based and values-driven, but also is responsive and innovative, flexible yet decisive, and highly collaborative in nature.

The President will provide vision, integrity and leadership to Mercy Community Health to ensure it achieves its mission and is aligned with the mission of Trinity Health Senior Communities.  The President reports to Mercy Community Health Board and the Chief Operating Officer of Trinity Health Senior Communities, Amy LaFleur. The President will operate effectively in a collaborative and shared leadership environment and exhibit a strong commitment to Trinity Health’s mission, vision, goals and values.

The President will model and promote an organizational culture that is values based, dedicated, accountable for success, and one which acknowledges and celebrates success.  S/he will lead a dedicated team with a passion for serving the elderly and less fortunate. The President will set the tone for an engaged, inclusive organizational climate dedicated to developing and retaining talent and developed and execute strategic plans to ensure that Trinity remains a competitive market leader in continuing care in New England.  The President will collaborate with Trinity Health Senior Communities in the development of community specific plans and the allocation of capital for repositioning or expansion.  In addition, the President will ensure the delivery of the high quality, patient-centric, cost effective care with unsurpassed service excellence.

The ideal candidate will possess a thorough knowledge of healthcare management principles and techniques as normally obtained through a Bachelor's Degree in Health Administration, Business or a related field, Master's Degree preferred and a minimum of ten (10) years of management experience in continuing care health care that includes long term care and

post-acute care.  At least five (5) years' experience in a senior leadership role is required. 

All confidential nominations and resumes can be directed to: Diane Tanking and Lisa DeSimone Arthur at lisad@wittkieffer.com or at 917.209.0331.

Posted 9/13/2017

 

Coordinator, Memory Support and Resident Services
Assisted Living Memory Support Center
Seabury, Bloomfield, CT
BSW or Equivalent Education Required; Master’s Degree a Plus


SEABURY is Revolutionizing the Experience of Aging!

We have a full time opening for a Coordinator, Memory Support and Resident Services to lead our memory care center, The Meadows. The Meadows is comprised of four in-house neighborhoods and 58 residents. We are seeking a strong leader who is passionately devoted to seniors who are living with dementia. We offer a very beautiful, family like and personal setting. Our residents and their families receive the utmost in personal attention and service from our great team of care giving professionals, of which you would be an integral part. We have a non-union environment of dedicated staff, a large percentage of whom enjoy long tenure with us.

This is a full time (40 hours) position Monday – Friday. The core hours are 8:30 am – 5:00 pm with additional hours required as necessary.

Responsibilities:

  • Monitors the day-to-day center operations to maintain excellence in customer satisfaction (family/resident) regarding all care and services.
  • Supports family and resident relationships in all stages of residency, admissions through discharge.
  • Provides counseling and support to residents and families through individual, family and support group sessions.
  • Collaborates with department managers to assure quality of services and programs.
  • Manages departmental budget by preparing and monitoring revenue and expense.
  • Assists in census development by participating in community outreach and marketing activities.
  • Active participation in Quality Improvement, Infection Control, Safety, Resident Assessment Committee and CARF/CCAC committees.
  • Participates as a member of the Seabury Meadows Admissions Review Committee by conducting admission assessments and pre-admission information coordination.
  • Serves as the Resident Advocate adhering to and promoting the Residents’ Bill of Rights, including family, staff and resident education.
  • Conducts family/resident meetings with SALSA/Director of Health Services.
  • Assists with marketing/networking functions regarding all Health Services programs in cooperation with marketing department.
  • Hires, leads, motivates and manages all healthcare direct service staff.

We require:

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in Human Service Field, Social Work or equivalent; Master’s Degree a plus.
  • Minimum of two years’ experience with care of the elderly, including dementia population.
  • Minimum of two years’ management experience required.
  • Knowledge of State ALSA regulations.
  • Dementia Care Certification a plus.
  • Experience in an Assisted Living Facility a plus.

Who We Are: SEABURY is a premier Life Plan Community located on 66 acres of beautiful Connecticut countryside. We have a comprehensive continuum of care and services that includes Independent Living, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation Services, a Home Health Agency, and Wellness Clinic. In addition, we offer Seabury At Home, an innovative, home- based life care program designed for individuals who prefer to remain at home as they age. As a free standing not- for-profit Life Plan Community, Seabury is committed to providing excellence in health care, services, and accommodations with an emphasis on a “Wellness for Life” philosophy for both residents and staff.

What We Do: Seabury employees are passionate about providing outstanding customer service and are committed to exceptional resident care. We live our Operating Mission everyday by “Empowering people to be actively engaged and live fully with passion.”

What We Offer: Seabury employees have the benefit of being part of a dynamic organization that is moving into the future at an exciting pace. Employees are empowered and encouraged to develop their professional identity and enjoy the resources of a community committed to excellence.

An excellent benefit package is available for employees who work 32 hours or more per week. Benefits include medical, dental and vision coverage, a 403B retirement benefit with generous company matching, a free on-site fitness center, free on-campus parking, paid holidays, vacation and personal time off, a company culture that encourages creativity and problem solving, and much more.

Seabury is conveniently located between Springfield and Hartford, five minutes off Interstate 91. Our employees enjoy highly competitive salaries and outstanding benefits as well as the knowledge that they work in a community that has consistently been cited as number one of its kind in the region. On site amenities available to staff include: pool, fitness center, massage, bistro, and free secure parking.

Please send resume and cover letter (including salary expectations) to mariemalinosky@seaburylife.org. Thank you for your interest in Seabury!

Posted 8/18/2017

 

Billing Supervisor
Ingraham Manor, Bristol CT

Department(s):      Administrative Offices
Reports to:            VP/Administrator of Ingraham Manor

Job Summary:
Performs all electronic billing and follow up on claims for residents and families, Medicare part A and B, Medicaid Sate billing, third party insurance carriers, guarantors, doctors, lawyers and others, over the phone or by letter correspondence.  Functions as a liaison between Corporate Accounting, Social Services and the Nursing departments to coordinate the gathering of accurate daily patient census information.  Calculates appropriate billing charges from information obtained in patient charge logs.  Carries out a variety of accounting and related tasks to properly record and document Ingraham Adult Day Care financial transactions.

Essential Job Functions and Responsibilities:
Performs billing functions
•    Checks and verifies identification of patient guarantor, proper selection of insurance carrier, etc. who is responsible for paying charges for services.
•    Reviews charges and computer billings to assure accuracy, completeness and appropriateness.
•    Completes and processes third party billings.
•    Ensures that multiple billings are mailed when more than one payor has responsibility for paying a portion of the total bill.
•    Follows up to obtain any missing information via telephone, teleprocessing or mail contact with responsible party, employer, third party payor, etc.
Performs account analysis
•    Performs a daily analysis on current balances to determine accounts which should receive further follow-up or other special attention, in keeping with established guidelines.
•    Brings any unusual occurrences to the attention of the Corporate Accountant.
Performs customer service activities
•    Answer inquiries regarding billings.
•    Explains information on billing forms. Obtains new and/or updated information on accounts and posts to designated records.  
•    Resolves questions and problems, and refers bills to other appropriate staff members for further follow-up as required.
•    Working with residents, families and social services, submits redeterminations quarterly to the state.
•    Researches or follow-up on all collections with Medicare, Medicaid, private residents, or responsible parties to ensure that all charges are received and credited to the proper accounts.  
•    Works with responsible parties to resolve questions and problems with overdue/outstanding accounts.
•    Keeps Corporate Accountant apprised of status on delinquent or late accounts or other unusual occurrences.
Medicare/Medicaid billing
•    Responsible for Medicare/Medicaid submissions on a monthly basis.
•    Gap billing done throughout the month to ensure that the alternate payor source is billed accordingly.
•    On-going communication with DSS caseworkers pertaining to any admission/discharge activities as well as any financial changes affecting the residents applied income.
•    Completes the Medicare Quarterly Credit Report to ensure that payments to the facility are uninterrupted.
•    Responsible for inputting ancillary charges, daily census and any other miscellaneous task in order to complete the month end process.
Performs miscellaneous duties
•    Prepares monthly aging for financial statement package.  
•    Processes resident security deposits, maintains ledger of funds held.
•    Post sales and deposits on an ongoing basis.
•    Preserves the confidentiality of all patient financial information.  Disseminates information according to established policies and procedures or with authorization from the Corporate Accountant.
•    Develops and implements quality assurance guidelines for billing services.  
•    Recommends or makes necessary changes to enhance or improve systems and efficiency.
•    Performs additional related duties, as assigned by administrator or as dictated by responsibilities.

Educational / Minimum Requirements:
High School Diploma.  Minimum of five years’ experience in a Skilled Nursing Home.  Experience in health care billing; including part A & B Medicare, Medicaid, Medicare Manage Care, Commercial and Private Pay Billing is required. Medical terminology required.  
Additional experience in collections, office coding skills, including documentation, experience in typing, data entry, and computer skills.  Familiarity with insurance claims processing and managed care rules/regulations.  
Computer System Experience: Point Click Care (PCC), PC ACE PRO 32-Medicare Electronic Billing, and IVAN-Electronic Billing System a plus.

Bristol Hospital Mandated Educational Requirements:
General orientation at time of hire. Fire/Safety/Infection Control annually. Other programs as mandated by Hospital.

Special Requirements:
Strong computer skills; aptitude for learning new software programs and ability to assimilate software changes.  Some literacy in word processing.  Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills.  Ability to motivate staff.

Physical Requirements:
Prolonged sitting at a desk and/or computer terminal.  Significant paperwork requiring extensive eye usage.  Physically able to handle paperwork and filing.  Ability to communicate by speaking and hearing.

Work Environment:
Normal office conditions.

Cognitive Requirements:
Strong interpersonal skills; ability to deal effectively with Physicians, clients, and other related professional personnel.  Excellent mathematical and analytical skills.  Detail orientated personality.  Excellent written and oral communications skills.  Ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision necessary.  Deadline oriented.  Problem solving skills.

Disclaimer
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

If interested contact: Lynn Culotta, Human Resources Manager, Bristol Hospital & Health Care Group                
lculotta@bristolhospital.org
Posted 8/1/2017

 

 

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