Director of Nursing
IMCC is looking for a Director of Nursing (DON) that would be responsible for the overall day to day health and wellness management of the participants attending the adult day health and wellness center. This would include overall compliance oversight of all aspects of medical paperwork, medication management, daily and monthly wellness visits, and documentation, coordination of care with participant responsible party, various health professionals (physician, therapy services, hospice, etc.), annual physicals and health assessments, and general monitoring of the health status of the participants. The DON also works closely with the Care Management Team of the Center to ensure that participants’ health and wellness needs are being met through the programs and care given at the Center. In addition, the DON will also assist participants with all activities of daily living (exercise, eating, ambulating, toileting and transfers). The DON also plays a vital role in the education and training of IMCC staff in aspects such as Direct Care Staff Training, infection control, non-pharmacological interventions, proper body mechanics, etc. Finally, as a community based care model, the DON will also work collectively with the Director of Education and Outreach to assist in providing trainings in the community as well as providing care consultations to the families, caregivers, and the community at large.
IMCC is seeking a CTRS Recreation Coordinator (RC) that will be responsible for day to day activities of participants in large groups, small groups and as individuals to help meet their psycho-social needs. The RC will be responsible for helping to assess the group needs of the participants in the mid-stage and late-stage programs, plan activities in coordination with the Director of Recreation (DR), and implement and evaluate activities for future planning. The RC will work with the Recreation Coordinators and Assistants to implement activities and monitor the participant’s engagement, as well as helping to develop, implement and facilitate programs. The RC is also responsible for fostering a team-focused environment as well as practicing Person Centered Care for all participants in their programming and care needs.
Personal Care Assistant - PRN
This position requires the candidate to possess a valid Commonwealth of Virginia Certified Nursing Assistant license. The Personal Care Assistant (CNA) will be responsible for day to day activities of participants in groups and as individuals to help meet their psycho-social needs. Personal Care Assistant (CNA) will be responsible for helping to assess the group needs of the participants, help participants with completing ADL's while at the Center, specifically assuring that the participants have their toileting needs met. This position reports directly to the Program Director.