Employment Opportunities

At The Heritage of Green Hills and Green Hills Manor, the youthful spirit of our senior living community extends to our staff.  We seek talented, upbeat, friendly individuals who enjoy providing personalized service to seniors enjoying an active retirement in a supportive, independent living community.

To find out about joining our team, please complete our job application and email it to us at jobs@heritagegh.com or you may fax the application and/or resume to (610) 777-1016.  Please contact us if you should have any additional questions about employment at our community.

Plant Operations

Maintenance Engineer

Ensures every interaction with residents, visitors, staff or guests is an exceptional one that meets or exceeds their expectations.  Responds to and completes work order requests in a timely, efficient manner ensuring the best quality and service.  Perform preventive maintenance and repairs on HVAC systems. Evaluate systems and identify deficiencies and areas of improvement. Set up and interpret results from gauges and meters.  Perform diagnostic testing on equipment and repair or replace components as required.  Performs work needed to get apartments ready for move-in as assigned.  Performs preventative maintenance on all equipment and property and routine maintenance checks as directed.  Performs general maintenance projects as assigned, including installations and repairs involving plumbing, equipment repair, snow removal, painting, and light carpentry.  Knowledge of all property emergency, safety/disaster plans and procedures.  Responds promptly to emergencies. Maintains office, shop and mechanical areas in a clean, organized, and safe condition. Performs all other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:  High School Diploma or general education diploma (GED); Completion of a two year college or technical school; a minimum of 10 years related experience and/or training.  Requires Universal Certification in Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  Prefer experience with OSHA, DHS, JCAHO and experience or certifications with NFPA standards.

 

Human Resources

Human Resources Director (FT)

Develops and administers human resources plans, policies, and procedures for all community personnel. Regularly reviews policies and makes recommendations for improvement. Assists senior leadership team in annual review, preparation, recommendations and administration of community’s wage and salary program. Coordinates and maintains all paperwork for employment and conducts stay & exit interviews. Conducts recruiting events, onboarding screening and orientation training and certifies compliance with all required training. Assists in the preparation of all job descriptions and department specifications. Creates, plans and implements community initiatives with employee engagement and monitors the effectiveness of programs and processes. Ensures confidentiality of employee records, releasing authorized information regarding employment verification, following community policy regarding all inquiries. Assists in the development and the administration of all employee benefit programs, providing assistance in submitting claims, maintaining adequate supply of all necessary forms, reviewing coverage, evaluating performance of providers, serving as contact person for insurance carriers interested in offering employee benefits programs to community. Fosters relationships with leadership team members and provides counsel and guidance on issues relevant to employee and department objectives. Serves as representative for employees and acts in a conciliatory role concerning employee grievances, conferring with and counseling employees regarding personnel policies and procedures violations. Records department costs and maintains budgeted cost perimeter. Performs other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or similar field. Minimum 5 years Human Resource Management experience. Ability to demonstrate strong leadership skills. Knowledge of HR practices and labor laws. Proficient PC and Microsoft Office. Strong interpersonal and communication skills to support, advise, and influence staff. Ability to interact with all levels of management and staff. SHRM Certification preferred. Long-term care experience preferred

 

Food & Beverage

Lead Server

Ensures every interaction with residents, visitors, staff or guests is an exceptional one that meets or exceeds their expectations. Supervises the appearance of the dining room area, cocktail lounge and room service during the lunch and dinner hours. Ensures wait staff are in proper uniform and that all work assignments and closing duties are met. Assist Dining Room Manager with the pre-shift communication with wait staff. Maintains pertinent and appropriate resident and staff relations, oversee reservations, incident reports, and assists in performing computerized resident billing transactions, as needed. Assist in the coordination all special event functions for both The Heritage of Green Hills and Green Hills Manor to include staffing requirements. Assists with the scheduling, education and counseling of all wait staff. Develops training manual updates and implements training processes to ensure each new server is fully and properly trained in all service areas and service techniques with coordination of the Dining Room Manager and Trainer(s). Assure ongoing department orientation according to the department checklist. Support the daily dining operation to include room service & take out process as needed. Performs all other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements: Shifts include 11am-8pm weekly & 8:30am-4pm Sunday; rotation of weekends & holidays or as business demands. A minimum of three years supervisory experience in “front of the house operations” within restaurant, hotel, club or similar institution. Ability to communicate with, understand, empathize with, work with, and be tolerant of residents, families, visitors, peers, supervisors and subordinates. Ability to demonstrate strong leadership skills. Ability to interpret and explain menu, refer or answer questions, coordinate meal service process and understand requests.

Servers (PT)

Ensures every interaction with residents, visitors, staff or guests is an exceptional one that meets or exceeds their expectations. Ensures guests are comfortable per the Heritage of Green Hills script and have received menus, water, and bread (if applicable). Takes and delivers beverage orders quickly and accurately. Takes food order, presents to kitchen staff and delivers meal to residents and guests in a proper and timely manner in accordance with The Heritage of Green Hills policies. Ensures guest and resident satisfaction by clearing dishes between courses, maintaining water, and checking on the guest’s liking of the entree. Assists in bussing and resetting tables in a timely fashion. Completes all side work as assigned. Complies with all state and county health codes for food handling. Handles china, glassware and equipment safely to minimize breakage. Strives to maintain a safe working environment through the prevention of accidents, the preservation of equipment and the achievement of safe working practices. Maintains a positive and professional demeanor toward all residents, visitors, and co-workers. Encourages teamwork through cooperative interaction with co-workers and other departments. Support a positive and professional image through action and dress. Performs all other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements: Less than a high school diploma or general education diploma (GED); Ability to interpret and explain menu, refer or answer questions, coordinate meal service process and understands requests; Ability to work in close cooperation with residents, guests, visitors, families, supervisor and peers. Requires courtesy, tact and graciousness; Organization and communication abilities and effective interpersonal skills.

Dietary Aides (PT)

Ensures every interaction with residents, visitors, staff or guests is an exceptional one that meets or exceeds their expectations.  Assist in setting up the dining room for breakfast, lunch or dinner to include, setting up all dishware, silverware, food and beverages. Assist with the cleanup of dining room and kitchen after meals to include cleaning of tables and chairs, cleaning of dishes, pots, pans and emptying trash. Ensures resident satisfaction by clearing dishes, maintaining beverages and/or water, and checking on the resident’s liking of the meal. Responds quickly to resident questions and concerns. Reports any resident comments to immediate supervisor immediately. Complete meal logs and review with immediate supervisor. Complete all side work as assigned. Maintain a pleasant and courteous attitude with all residents and other employees. Perform all other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:  High school diploma or general education diploma (GED); One to three months related experience preferred; Ability to interpret and explain menu, refer or answer questions, coordinate meal service process and understands requests; Ability to work in close cooperation with residents, guests, visitors, families, supervisor and peers. Requires courtesy, tact and graciousness; Organization and communication abilities and effective interpersonal skills.

Nursing

L.P.N. Shift Supervisor (FT/PT)

Ensures every interaction with residents, visitors, staff or guests is an exceptional one that meets or exceeds their expectations. Administers and assists with resident care under the supervision of the Director of Nursing. Medication administration as defined by the Department of Public Welfare. Administers and assists with routine treatments and procedures. Maintain accurate documentation of medication administration and care rendered. Assists in admission and discharge procedures. Makes rounds with physicians and transcribes orders. Assures continuity of services and care. Maintains high visibility with residents, making frequent tours of resident rooms to ensure quality of care on all shifts and the general safety of the environment. Maintains shift report. Provides assignments to nursing aides making sure that all assignments are completed correctly and in a timely fashion. Perform the nursing office functions which include but not limited to: receiving and documenting orders, receiving, and reordering medications, documentation, filing, telephone calls to resident’s families and physicians as needed and other duties as assigned. Trains new staff members as needed. Performs other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:  Minimum of three years experience with Geriatric/Rehabilitation experience with a good understanding of restorative nursing; Minimum of one year supervisory experience preferred; Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, with a current license in community’s state; Current CPR Certification preferred; Basic computer proficiency; Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

Certified Nurse Aide/Nurse Aides (PT)

Ensures every interaction with residents, visitors, staff or guests is an exceptional one that meets or exceeds their expectations. Complies with all Personal Care Home Regulations as well as Federal, State and Local Regulations. Is knowledgeable of resident rights and ensures an atmosphere which allows for the privacy, dignity and well-being of all residents in a safe, secure environment. Assists residents with dressing, grooming, eating, bathing, positioning, turning, toileting and exercising, all ADL’s & IADL’s. Carries out procedures and treatments and collects specimens as instructed. Reports observations and results of treatments, when indicated to the Nurse Supervisor. Transfers, transports and escorts residents as needed. Answers signal lights promptly. Perform other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:  High School Diploma or general education diploma (GED); Successful completion and current state approved nursing assistant training program; Prior geriatric nursing aide experience is preferred; Ability to understand and follow instructions in English, communicate effectively, and perform simple arithmetic; Ability to document care given.

Charge Nurse (FT)

Ensures every interaction with residents, visitors, staff or guests is an exceptional one that meets or exceeds their expectations. Responsible for scheduling, staffing for a twenty-four hour period of the personal care and secure dementia personal care units.  Will follow established criteria. Develops, implements and maintains each resident RASP, including updates, change in condition, annuals, following guidelines set by DHSL.  Maintains the DME for additions of diagnosis, status change and annuals following guidelines set by DHSL. Administers and assists with resident care under the supervision of the Director of Wellness. Medication administration as defined by the Department of Human Services. Administers and assists with routine treatments and procedures. Maintain accurate documentation of medication administration and care rendered. Assists in admission and discharge procedures. Makes rounds with physicians and transcribes orders. Assures continuity of services and care. Maintains high visibility with residents, making frequent tours of resident rooms to ensure quality of care on all shifts and the general safety of the environment. Maintains shift report. Provides assignments to nursing aides making sure that all assignments are completed correctly and in a timely fashion. Perform the nursing office functions which include but not limited to: receiving and documenting orders, receiving, and reordering medications, documentation, filing, telephone calls to resident’s families and physicians as needed and other duties as assigned. Trains new staff members as needed. Assure staffing is in place after any nursing staff call-offs. On-call as needed. Performs other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:  Minimum of three years experience with Geriatric/Rehabilitation experience with a good understanding of restorative nursing; Minimum of two years supervisory experience with staffing experience; Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, with a current license in community’s state; Medication Administration Training Program after 6 months of employment; Current CPR Certification preferred; Basic computer proficiency; Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

 

Resident Services

Arts & Entertainment Coordinator (FT)

Ensures every interaction with residents, visitors, staff or guests is an exceptional one that meets or exceeds their expectations. Plans, coordinates and directs a wide scope of social and recreational activities with the intent of including all residents in some area of activity daily. Some activities include but are not limited to: reality orientation, current events, discussion groups, re-motivation therapy, sensory stimulation, cultural activities, religious services, special entertainment, trips, and special events. Facilitates and encourages family involvement with residents. Assists in orienting new residents to the community, helping to ensure satisfactory integration into the community. Coordinates and runs Resident Council Meeting; prepares and distributes meeting minutes. Decorates for designated areas for holidays, seasons, and other occasions as assigned. Develops and manages an effective volunteer program. Creates and implements the monthly activity calendar and newsletter. Posts and distributes information and material regarding events, programs, activities, etc.

Position Requirement: Must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent; A college graduate with current certification as Recreational Therapist is preferred. Prior experience in a social or recreational program in a licensed health care setting preferred

LPN Home Health

Ensures every interaction with residents, visitors, staff or guests is an exceptional one that meets or exceeds their expectations. Provide assistance with the home care services to ensure the residents ADL/IADL’S’s are being met. Home care services include Private Duty non-medical services. Skilled care may be recommended under the Medicare Certified Program, and may include skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, medical social services, home health assistance with personal care, and assistance with ADLs to support skilled care. Private Duty care is provided on a fee-for-service basis and includes private duty, skilled and non-skilled personnel, homemaker/companion services, and transportation. Act as the case manager and determine and maintain the appropriate level of staffing. Monitor private duty personnel. Provide nursing assessment of the residents, coordinate additional care, and communicate with medical personnel and family members and follow-up after any emergency. Responds to all resident emergency calls to include the SARA system as needed. Perform all other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, with a current license in community’s state; Experience in working with seniors in long term care, home health or other health care setting is preferred; Basic computer proficiency; Strong interpersonal and communication skills. The ideal candidate will be available to work weekend shifts to include 7am – 3pm, 8am – 4pm or as business demands.

Housekeeping Specialist (FT)

Ensures every interaction with residents, visitors, staff or guests is an exceptional one that meets or exceeds their expectations. Performs general cleaning assignments in apartments, hallways and common areas daily. Prepares apartments for new move-ins as assigned. Participates in annual cleaning schedules as directed. Helps in laundry as necessary to wash, dry and iron as directed. Encourages teamwork through cooperative interaction with co-workers and other departments. Supports a positive and professional image through action and dress. Performs all other duties as assigned.
Position Requirements: High school diploma or general education degree (GED). Six months to one year of relevant experience preferred.

Home Health Certified Nurse Aides / Nurse Aides (per diem)

Ensures every interaction with residents, visitors, staff or guests is an exceptional one that meets or exceeds their expectations. Complies with all Home Care Regulations as well as Federal, State and Local Regulations.  Is knowledgeable of resident rights and ensures an atmosphere which allows for the privacy, dignity and well-being of all residents in a safe, secure environment.  Assists residents with dressing, grooming, eating, bathing, positioning, turning, toileting and exercising. Gives treatments, performs tests, carries out procedures and collects specimens as instructed. Reports and records daily observations in the communication book and results of treatments, resident care procedures and specimens when indicated. Transfers, transports and escorts residents as needed. Changes bed linens, makes beds and keeps rooms clean and orderly. Maintains safe and sanitary work stations and equipment. Encourages independence, attendance at activities, restorative programs and rehabilitation.  Attend all required training, in-service and staff meetings.  Encourage teamwork through cooperative interaction with co-workers and other departments.  Support a positive and professional image through action and dress.  Performs other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:  High School Diploma or general education diploma (GED); Successful completion & current state approved geriatric nursing assistant training program preferred. Prior geriatric nursing aide experience is preferred; Ability to understand and follow instructions in English, communicate effectively, and perform simple arithmetic;  Ability to document care given.

The Heritage of Green Hills and Green Hills Manor is an AA/EEO Employer.