Site Manager/Lead Teacher 3-5 at Southeast Kansas Community Action Program

Easy Application Submission process:

  1. Download the Application
  2. Fill it out and attach it to an email to: HR@sek-cap.com
  3. Include Resume on the email if applicable
  4. Include the JOB TITLE in the subject line of the email and send

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Reports to: Area Manager (Center Based)
Department: Early Childhood Services
Classification: Full-time
Status: Exempt

POSITION SUMMARY:

Supervise and coach staff to ensure that the program provides quality and developmentally appropriate services to children and families and establish a work climate that nurtures growth, learning, and positive interaction. Implement and maintain, through organization and supervision, and as lead teacher of one classroom, an early childhood education program that meets all Head Start Performance Standards and state child care guidelines.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Responsible for daily leadership, supervision, training, and modeling of best practices for center staff and volunteers.
  • Obtain and share knowledge of theories and techniques regarding Early Childhood development.
  • Provide regular supervision and support of all assigned classroom staff through recognized practices such as reflective supervision, on-going training, performance appraisal systems, professional development goals and corrective action plans.
  • Plan for recruitment of children with center staff to assure funded enrollment is achieved.
  • Lead center staff to recruit, train and schedule parent and community volunteers and document volunteer hours to fulfill federal match requirements
  • Responsible to ensure completion of data entry in Agency approved Data System
  • Work in conjunction with the Program Manager, Area Manager and center team to set up a developmentally appropriate classroom based on Head Start Performance Standards-using Creative Curriculum, Second Step, PBS (Positive Behavior Support) and other strategies provided by the program.
  • Be available to travel within agency area and occasional out of area trips for training/professional development.
  • Individualize teaching to enable children to attain school readiness and social emotional goals in partnership with families.
  • Screen and observe the developmental level of each child making appropriate referrals to the local Special Education Services.
  • Assist staff with CDA process and college course educational requirements.
  • Train and ensure staff knowledge and competency in regard to Performance Standards, Policies and Procedures, KDHE Licensing and best practices, Personnel Manual, Positive Behavior Support (PBS), Animated Literacy, Reflective Supervision, ERSEA, Apricot, Creative Curriculum, Second Step and monthly Program Information Report (PIR), and recruitment plans to ensure compliance.
  • Be responsible for the provision of Education, Social Services, Parent Involvement, Health, Nutrition, Mental Health and Disability services to assigned families with assistance from the Management Team and Area Manager.
  • Participate in Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and/or Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) meetings for assigned children with special needs while taking the role of resource person and parent advocate.
  • Ensure parents/primary caregivers are informed of all policies included in the Parent Handbook.
  • Develop relationship with education and administrative staff at local schools to ensure smooth transitions to new educational settings for all Head Start children.
  • Monitor quality of transportation services through periodic observation on the transportation route and review of vehicle inspection forms and all other documentation to support licensing regulations if applicable.
  • Provide child progress report during parent teacher conferences, home visits and/or upon request of parent.
  • Directly supervise classroom staff, custodian, and other lead teachers if applies to center.
  • Co- Supervise cook and family service worker.
  • Turn in monthly paperwork including petty cash & accounts payable.
  • Plan and facilitate team meetings.
  • Be available as first line of communication within the center.
  • Cross train for all center positions.
  • Ability to work unconventional business hours.
  • Utilize Positive Behavior Support (PBS) process and strategies to prevent and reduce challenging behavior.
  • Respect and support cultural differences and diverse family structures.
  • Maintain dependable, punctual attendance, and adhere to appropriate break times.
  • Attend mandatory In-Service trainings and staff meetings
  • Responsibility to report any suspected abuse or neglect to appropriate authority.
  • Advocate for SEK-CAP, Inc. in the community.
  • Maintain and assure confidentiality and privacy of SEK-CAP, Inc. customers.
  • Uphold and promote the core values and mission statement of SEK-CAP, Inc.
  • Support management decisions both in actions and words.
  • Other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:

Essential:

  • Basic computer skills on IBM compatible P.C. systems and software.
  • Basic operation skills of general office equipment such as photocopiers, faxes, and phone systems.
  • Ability to get along with diverse personalities; tactful, mature, and flexible.
  • Ability to meet and deal tactfully with the general public and to communicate effectively and clearly both orally and in writing.
  • Resourceful and well organized
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive, effective working relationships with co-workers, community partners, and customers.
  • Ability to learn and adapt.

Desired:

  • Knowledge of Head Start Performance Standards/State Licensing requirements.
  • Knowledge of area resources.
  • Previous supervisory experience

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood or related field with 15 hours in Early Childhood education.
  • Obtain State Site Director Program Approval through the State of Kansas within 30 days
  • Successfully complete a physical exam and TB skin test before beginning employment and every three years thereafter.
  • Obtain First Aid card and CPR certification at orientation and keep current.
  • Possess current, valid driver’s license and meet agency insurance underwriting guidelines.
  • Submit to and pass standard criminal history check.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:

The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Use hands to finger, handle, or feel.
  • Reach with hands and arms.
  • Sit or occasionally stand; walk and stoop, kneel, or crouch.
  • Regularly lift and/or move up to 30 pounds.
  • Required vision abilities include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
  • Occasional exposure to wet and/or humid conditions.
  • Outside weather conditions.
  • Extreme cold and extreme heat.
  • Noise level is usually quiet to moderate.

The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or logical assignment to the position. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.

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THE IOLA HOUSING AUTHORITY

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The Iola Housing Authority has been in Iola since 1971. They currently manage 198 multi-family units ranging from studios to 4 bedrooms. This is Public Housing and the rent is Income-Based. Generally speaking, rent is 30% of tenant’s gross income, but it can vary some depending on your situation. All units are maintenance free and come with refrigerator and stove provided.

If you are interested in a unit with the Iola Housing Authority or are wanting more information, please call them or send them an email. There is an application interview required.

Equal Housing Opportunity

Office Address:
Iola Housing Authority
217 N Washington St.
Iola, KS 66749

Phone Number:
620-365-5143
800-766-3777 (TDD)

Email:
townhousewest@haiola.kscoxmail.com

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
(closed for lunch from 12:00-1:00)

J&C Electrical Solutions

J&C Electrical Solutions, LLC has Employment Opportunities!!

Great Pay & Benefits! Wages will be based on Experience & Knowledge.

We are currently looking to fill two open positions. Electrical Experience is required. Journeyman Certification is preferred, but not required.

Experience in the following is Preferred, and Not Limited To:

Residential Electrical:

  • Secondary Service Power
  • Interior/Exterior Electrical Wiring
  • Lighting Fixture Installations

Commercial Electrical:

  • Conduit Bending & Installation
  • Interior/Exterior Electrical Wiring
  • Electrical Wire Sizing
  • Secondary Service Power
  • Troubleshooting

*Must Be Able to Travel: Monday through Fridays
*CDL will be required

Please send resumes to Michael Covey, Michael.covey@jcelectricalsolutions.com. You can, also, reach Mike at 620-363-5040.

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Experienced Technician at Heartland Tractor

Heartland Tractor, a farm equipment dealership with three locations in Missouri is looking to add an experienced technician to our team in Iola KS. We are looking for experienced technicians who can service, repair, recondition and assemble customer and dealership equipment (e.g…tractors, combines, planters, tillage tools etc…). Diagnose / troubleshoot problems and determine what repairs are needed. We are looking for that individual who has a minimum of 2 years working on agricultural equipment. Group Health Care Coverage, Overtime Pay, Technician efficiency bonus, paid holidays, Paid Time Off, 401K retirement plan, employee discounts and bereavement pay.

$16-$30/ hour depending on experience

Contact Lynsey for more information, or complete an online application for consideration: ph: 816-380-7733 ext. 328 Email: Lynsey.Corley@heartlandtractor.com

CNC Machinist at Catalyst Artificial Lift

Catalyst Artificial Lift is hiring for a full time CNC Machinist. 5 years of experience in a CNC setup environment preferred. Must have milling experience and g-code programming. Must have the ability to read blueprints and drawings and understand tool offsets. Competitive pay, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and 401(k) match offered. Please send all resumes and/or inquiries to lfinley@bscadministration.com.

Cook at Moran Manor

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Job Summary:

Prepares and cooks family – style meals and snacks and beverages for residents and sometimes employees and family members at nursing facility. Cooks foodstuffs in quantities according to menu and number of person to be served. Washes dishes. Bakes breads and pastry. Cuts meat. May serve meals. Plans menu or follow menu plan taking advantage of foods in season and local availability. May order supplies and keep records and accounts May cook for person centered care facilities where food is cooked as resident’s request. Have understanding of nutrition based meals.

Critical Functions:

Full or part time. Responsible for assisting in preparing and serving meals in the nursing home setting. Cooking and serving correct diet to resident and providing a home like environment or person centered care. Works with dietary staff in keeping the dietary department clean and sanitary as well as a safe working environment. Knowledge of operating kitchen equipment such as stove, dishwasher, warmers, mixers, etc.

Training and Experience:

  • Minimal 18 years of age, grade school education
  • Familiar with lock out tag out procedures and use of personal protective equipment.
  • Prefer experience in cooking, food prepping, baking, and dishwashing and equipment operation
  • Prefer experience in quantity food production and experience in menu reading and preparation.
  • Knowledge of meal planning, food preparation, nutrition and person centered care setting.
  • To be trained in Safe Surf if required by the county in which the facility resides
  • To be trained as CMA and Insulin as the classes become available
  • To have at least 12 hours of in-service training per year and attend dietary in –service meetings
  • Required to be trained in Alzheimer/Dementia Behavior Monitoring and communication
  • Perform arithmetic and units of measurement conversions used in food preparation

Key Competencies:

  • Operation of dietary / kitchen appliances in safe manner
  • Ability to adhere to all company policies and procedures and display professional behavior.
  • Demonstrate respect for residents and resident’s family members by assisting or problem solving issues
  • Assist in cooking, preparation and serving of food as well as clean up and keeping area sanitary
  • Possess high standards for dietary sanitations, safety measures, and care and maintenance of equipment
  • Ability to prepare and handle food which is palatable and appetizing in appearance
  • Ability to follow written and oral instruction and follow written menus and recipes
  • Meet meal schedules, avoid food waste
  • Ability to come to work timely and as scheduled and accept assignments in cooperative manner
  • Ability to prepare food inventory, maintain daily menu record related to food temperatures
  • Able to plan food substitutions for residents needing dietary change
  • Ability to work as part of interdisciplinary team to provide home like environment or personal centered care while providing nutritious meals for residents, families, visitors and at times staff.
  • Ability to follow Resident Rights / HIPPA Regulations / OSHA Regulations and state and federal Guidelines
  • Ability to participate in activities according to and follow the resident activity calendar
  • Ability to handle difficult behaviors with Alzheimer’s / Dementia and treat with dignity

OSHA Exposure:

Category II Exposure is not part of routine job however may be exposed, within scope of performing duties such as resident nose bleeds or injury. Employee mandated to use personal protective equipment such as gloves, gown and face protection.

Essential Functions:

  1. Assist in cooking and preparation of food for special actives for residents, visitors and or staff.
  2. Attend and serve food during inservice or staff meetings if requested.
  3. Store and organize food in a safe and sanitary manner. Use carts, lumbar supports, life small quantity rather than large boxes to prevent injury.
  4. Wash dishes, utensils and other kitchen equipment. Keep supplies stored in safe manner.
  5. Prepare and serve food and drinks in timely manner.
  6. Ensure work area, utensils, and equipment are maintained in a sanitary and safe manner. Inspect electrical equipment and report and maintenance needs.
  7. Set and clear tables for and after meals.

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Certified Medication Aide (CMA/CMT) at Moran Manor

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Job Summary:

Employee certified to administer medications, in accordance with state and federal laws, under the supervision of licensed staff to residents within Americare skilled or assisted living facilities. Provide residents with direct care to assure quality of life in a home like environment while offering additional support to family and visitors. Maintains professional behavior while functioning as an interdisciplinary team member meeting state and federal guidelines.

Supervision:

Administers medication under the supervision of licensed nurse. In some situations may be required to supervise other staff or work independently.

Critical Functions:

Administers prescribed medications to residents and maintains related medical records under supervision of licensed nurse. Verifies identity of resident receiving medication and records name of drug and dosage and time of administration on specified forms or records such as MAR. Presents medication to resident and observes ingestion or other application, or administers medication, using specified procedures. Takes vital signs or observes resident to detect response to specified types of medications and prepares report or notified designated personnel of unexpected reactions.

Documents reasons prescribed drugs are not administered. Gives direct patient care, such as bathing, dressing and feeding of residents and assisting with prescribed treatments. May receive supply of ordered medications and apportion, mix or assemble drugs for administrator to resident. May record and restock medication inventories.

Training and Experience:

  • High school graduate or minimum age of 18 year of age
  • Completion Certified Medication Technician or Med Level One course and obtain certification in current state
  • Ability to communicate effectively with residents, co-workers, visitors and families
  • Ability to and adhere to HIPPA regulations requiring confidentiality of resident information
  • Demonstrate accuracy in observation, performance and reporting
  • Required to work under direct supervision of licensed nurse

Key Competencies:

  • Able to administer prescribed medication to residents and maintain related medical records
  • Possess ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing residents needs and ADL
  • Possess ability to effectively communicate with supervisor, peers, family members and visitors
  • Maintain resident confidentiality (HIPPA) at all time and adhere to residents rights
  • Ability to recognize and adhere to resident care plan and maintain safe living environment by utilizing safety equipment and communicating with charge staff any notable changes or concerns.
  • Demonstrate professional behavior and performance as an Americare employee.

Working Conditions:

Indoor with adequate lighting and ventilation, carpet, tile, concrete floors. May include outdoor or public activities or attending recreational events with residents.

Relationship to other jobs:

This position entails providing physical and emotional support to facility residents, working in harmony with peers and supervisors while demonstrating professionalism. The documentation and provisional care is part of an interdisciplinary team effort to meet state and federal requirements and provide a loving home environment for residents.

Physical Demands:

(In an 8 hour day: N=Never 0%, O= Occasional 1-33%, F=Frequent 34-66%, C=constant 67-100%)

Part time or full time or PRN. Shifts include day, evening and nights and weekends. Specific schedule needs must be discussed and noted at time of hire. Changes in schedule must be approved by director of nursing or administrator.

OSHA Exposure:

Category 1, possibility of exposure on daily basis. Required use of personal protective equipment

Safety Equipment:

Gait belt, lumbar support, two man lift policy and use of mechanical lifts in noted facilities.

Essential Functions:

  • Preparation and administration and documentation at appropriate times of all medications other than parenteral unless licensed. May be required to provide resident treatments as ordered by resident’s physician.
  • Ability to provide direct physical and emotional care to resident including, but not limited to, personal hygiene, transferring, lifting, maintain records, confidentiality and assistance with activities of daily living.
  • Recognize and report in a timely manner any change in resident condition to charge staff.
  • Accurately observe, record and report resident care, condition or needs as well as concerns, food intake, output as ordered.
  • Administer prescribed medications to residents and maintain related medical records under supervision of licensed nurse. Verified identity of resident receiving medication and records name of drug, dosage and time of administration on specified forms or record.
  • Presents medication and observes ingestion or other application or administers medication using specified procedures. May be required to administer tube feeding. Ttake vital signs or observes resident to detect response to specified types of mediation and prepares report or notifies supervisor of any unexpected reactions or lack of such. Documents reasons prescribed medications or treatments are not administered. May receive supply of ordered medications and apportion, mix, or assemble drugs for administration to resident. Responsible for counting and documenting narcotics at beginning or end of shift.
  • Support co-workers by providing assistance as needed or requested in resident care.
  • Report in timely manner any accidents or incidents involving residents, staff, visitors.
  • Communicate through report to staff on preceding and oncoming shifts.
  • Admit and discharge or transfer residents with proper documentation noted in nurses notes and complete of necessary and required forms.
  • Must be able to work independently or with peers to provide care of residents. Must be able to work eight (8) hour shifts unless otherwise designated by supervisor. Must be able to provide first aid as needed.
  • Must be able to meet requirements of certified nursing assistant as well as certified medication technician. Review both job descriptions.
  • Valid driver’s license and ability to meet company requirement related to driving if required.

POSITION:

  • Standing: Essential, frequently, indoor/outdoor surfaces, carpet, tile, concrete
  • Walking: Essential, frequently, within facility, outdoor activities, public buildings assessments, while providing resident care.
  • Sitting: Essential, frequently, phone, assessments, activities, transportation, documentation
  • Change of position: Essential, frequently, sitting, standing, walking, assessments, providing care

TORSO and EXTREMITIES:

  • Reaching, extend, hand, arms: Essential, frequently, documentation, transport, assist residents, providing care, transportation
  • Reach across midline: Essential, frequent, documentation, transportation, assist residents
  • Handling, hold, grasp, seize, and turn: Frequently, essential, documentation, activities, transportation, assist residents
  • Fingering, pick up, pinch: Essential, frequently, documentation, activities, transportation, assist residents
  • Feeling, perceive, attributes of object: Essential, frequently, documentation, activities, transportation, assist resident
  • Crouching, squatting, bend legs and spine: Essential, frequently, activities, transportation, assist residents.
  • Crawling: only in emergency situations or emergency drills
  • Balancing: Essential, frequently, documentation, activities, transportation, assist residents.
  • Kneeling: Essential, occasionally, activities, transportation, assist residents.
  • Stooping, bending: Essential, frequently, documentation, activities, transport, assist residents
  • Jumping: Marginal, not normally required, may be in emergency

HEAD / NECK MOVEMENT:

  • Static position: Essential, frequently, documentation, transport, assist residents, activities
  • Left and right rotation: Essential, frequently, documentation, transport, assist residents, activities
  • Forward and side: bending: Essential, frequently, documentation, transport, assist residents, activities

LIFT-CARRY-PUSH-PULL:

  • Lift / lowering:
    • Essential, frequently, documentation, resident assist, transportation, 50 lb lift,
    • Only assist residents to standing, or lower resident to floor 100 lb (push, pull, lower)
    • Do not attempt to lift residents or support entire weight of resident.
    • Lower resident to floor in the event of fall. Utilize two man lift procedure
    • Utilize required safety equipment
  • Carrying: Essential, frequently, documentation, resident assist, transportation, activities
  • Pushing-pulling: Frequently, essential, resident assist, wheel chair assist, activities, transportation Pushing weight of resident in wheelchair up to 350 lbs. Pushing of med cart up to #100 lbs.

CLIMBING:

  • Stairs-ramp: Essential, occasionally, building access, assist residents, transportation

SENSORY:

  • Auditory: Essential, resident request, breathing sounds, take and record vitals, assignments by staff.
  • Visual: Essential, reading documents, read medication orders, administer medication noting correct resident, correct medication, correct time, correct dosage, correct route.
  • Verbal: Essential, explain procedures, concerns or report to staff and residents and family members.

HAZARDS:

  • Proximity of moving parts: Essential, occasional, activities, public events, transportation,
  • Exposure to electrical energy: Essential, frequently, items which require electrical energy, such O2 tanks, lamps, television. Check equipment condition to prevent electrical shock.
  • Exposure to toxic chemicals: Essential, frequent use of cleaning agents to clean and sanitize. Non exposure when using PPE as required.
  • Blood borne pathogen exposure: Essential, frequently, assisting and caring for residents. Mandatory use of PPE per training eliminates exposure.
  • Slippery, uneven surfaces: Occasionally, watch for wet floors when mopping has been done. Transportation during rain and or snow if employee assists with transportation.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

  • It is mandatory to follow safety policies and procedures including use of safety equipment to protect residents and employees. Lumbar supports, gait belts, two man lift policy are mandatory in all facilities. Mechanical lifts are mandatory in skilled as directed by assessment and care plan.
  • Mandatory reporting of all work related injuries within 24 hours to supervisor with participation in required documentation.
  • Participation in our drug testing procedures is a mandatory part of employment with this facility.

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Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) at Moran Manor

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Job Summary:

Provides prescribed medical treatment and personal care services to ill, injured, convalescent, and handicapped persons in the long term care or assisted living setting. Takes and records resident vital signs. Dresses wounds, gives enemas, douches, alcohol rubs, and massages. Applies compresses, ice bags, and hot water bottles. Observes resident and reports adverse reactions to medication or treatment to medical personnel in charge. Administers specified medication, orally or by subcutaneous or intermuscular injection, and notes time and amount on resident chart. Assembles and uses such equipment as catheters, tracheotomy tubes, and oxygen suppliers. Collects samples, such as urine, blood, and sputum, from residents for testing and performs routine laboratory tests on samples. Sterilizes equipment and supplies, using germicides, sterilizer, or autoclave. Prepares or examines food trays for prescribed diet and feeds residents. Records food and fluid intake and output. Bathes, dresses, and assist residents in walking and turning. Cleans rooms, makes beds, and answers resident call lights. Washes and dresses bodies of deceased persons. Must pass state board examination and be licensed. May inventory and requisition supplies. Documentation capability with accuracy and understanding of facility, state and federal regulations and policies and procedures. May start and monitor IV’s with appropriate accreditation and licensure.

Critical Functions:

Render or assign resident care according to the needs of the residents under the direction of the supervisor and or director of nursing. Maintain a home like, person centered care environment for all residents. Effectively supervise all staff responsible for resident care. As an interdisciplinary team member and supervising others to meet the physical, psychological, and social needs of the resident.

Training and Experience:

  • Graduate of an approved school of nursing. Maintains current state registration and ongoing education.
  • Ability to develop and effectively manage facility personnel.
  • Skill in identifying problems and planning solutions.
  • Initiative and good judgment.
  • A sincere desire to work with the aged and those with a limited capacity for self care.
  • Capacity to grasp new theories and principles and implement these.
  • Ability to maintain a good working relationship with all levels of personnel, residents and families, as
    well as community contacts and volunteers.

Key Competencies:

  • Supervisory and leadership skills required
  • Ability to communicate to administrator and staff and families in a positive, professional and effective
    manner.
  • Ability to over see all facets of resident care and assure resident quality of life through planning, assess and reviewing protocol.
  • Lead staff in daily facility protocol which meets state and federal and ASI standards.
  • Efficient in providing or reviewing required documentation as to resident care and services.
  • Supervising nursing personnel and ability to manage staff on ongoing basis.
  • Recognize and provide directly or indirectly all needs of residents while working with family members

Physical Demands:

Full time or part time position. All shifts including days, evening and nights and weekends and being on call to assure the operation of resident and staffing needs. Changes in schedule must be approved by facility director of nursing.

Essential Functions:

  1. Valid driver’s license and ability to meet company requirements related to transporting residents if situation should arise and require such.
  2. Responsible for all nursing service and its administration and clinical supervision
  3. Responsible for the implementation of nursing objectives, standards of nursing care, nursing policy
    And procedure manual, and reviews and revises such as necessary and at least annually.
  4. Interprets all nursing policies and procedures to nursing personnel. Determines that nursing care
    standards and nursing policies and procedures are being followed according to written guidelines
  5. Supervises and gives clinical guidance to nurses and other nursing staff (PCA, C.N.A., CMT etc)
    as necessary.
  6. Makes rounds to assess resident and staffing needs and visits residents each work day.
  7. Works under the direction of director of nursing to assure that all nursing personnel complete the
    required orientation and attend the necessary in-service training, and that appropriate
    documentation is maintained.
  8. Responsible for nursing assessment on monthly or as needed basis, documenting assessments,
    notifying physicians and families of change in condition, obtaining appropriate orders and
    implementing order. Responsible for supervising personal hygiene of residents.
  9. Responsible for seeing that all the necessary written documents such as Admission Nursing
    Assessments, Nursing Notes, Over-All-Care Plans and other required information is kept
    current in the resident record system. (Records are kept current following facility’s policies,
    ASI standards and/or State and Federal regulations.
  10. Responsible for assisting director of nursing in keeping facility standards up to state and federal and
    ASI requirements and assisting with any and all inspections. Team member in planning,
    evaluating and providing safe home like environment and quality of life for residents.
  11. Responsible for determining that the medication systems meets the needs of the resident, is an
    effective type administration system and is set up according to State regulations and pharmaceutical guidelines.
  12. Keeps administrator informed of significant changes in residents conditions, transfer of residents to
    the hospital, expirations or any pertinent information regarding the residents and or employees.
  13. Assists in determining the type of residents to be admitted to the facility using established nursing
    care criteria as a guideline. Makes decisions as to placement of residents and transfer to other
    rooms as necessary.
  14. Communicates with Administrator schedules and conducts nursing staff meetings and maintenance
    records of such.
  15. Assesses supply and equipment needs for nursing department and sees that adequate stocks are
    maintained.
  16. Determines that incident reports are made out as necessary or as indicated and reviews such on a
    routine basis.
  17. Is available for call when needed by the staff members on duty in matters pertaining to nursing care.
  18. Performs any other duties as may be necessary as specified by the director of the facility.

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Registered Nurse (RN) at Moran Manor

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Job Summary:

Provides prescribed medical treatment and personal care services to ill, injured, convalescent, and handicapped persons in the long term care or assisted living setting. Takes and records resident vital signs. Dresses wounds, gives enemas, douches, alcohol rubs, and massages. Applies compresses, ice bags, and hot water bottles. Observes resident and reports adverse reactions to medication or treatment to medical personnel in charge. Administers specified medication, orally or by subcutaneous or intermuscular injection, and notes time and amount on resident chart. Assembles and uses such equipment as catheters, tracheotomy tubes, and oxygen suppliers. Collects samples, such as urine, blood, and sputum, from residents for testing and performs routine laboratory tests on samples. Sterilizes equipment and supplies, using germicides, sterilizer, or autoclave. Prepares or examines food trays for prescribed diet and feeds residents. Records food and fluid intake and output. Bathes, dresses, and assist residents in walking and turning. Cleans rooms, makes beds, and answers resident call lights. Washes and dresses bodies of deceased persons. Must pass state board examination and be licensed. May inventory and requisition supplies. Documentation capability with accuracy and understanding of facility, state and federal regulations and policies and procedures. May start and monitor IV’s with appropriate accreditation and licensure.

Critical Functions:

Render or assign resident care according to the needs of the residents under the direction of the supervisor and or director of nursing. Maintain a home like, person centered care environment for all residents. Effectively supervise all staff responsible for resident care. As an interdisciplinary team member and supervising others to meet the physical, psychological, and social needs of the resident.

Training and Experience:

  • Graduate of an approved school of nursing. Maintains current state registration and ongoing education.
  • Ability to develop and effectively manage facility personnel.
  • Skill in identifying problems and planning solutions.
  • Initiative and good judgment.
  • A sincere desire to work with the aged and those with a limited capacity for self care.
  • Capacity to grasp new theories and principles and implement these.
  • Ability to maintain a good working relationship with all levels of personnel, residents and families, as well as community contacts and volunteers.

Key Competencies:

  • Supervisory and leadership skills required
  • Ability to communicate to administrator and staff and families in a positive, professional and effective manner.
  • Ability to over see all facets of resident care and assure resident quality of life through planning, assess and reviewing protocol.
  • Lead staff in daily facility protocol which meets state and federal and ASI standards.
  • Efficient in providing or reviewing required documentation as to resident care and services.
  • Supervising nursing personnel and ability to manage staff on ongoing basis.
  • Recognize and provide directly or indirectly all needs of residents while working with family members

OSHA Exposure:

Category 1, possibility of exposure on daily basis. Required use of personal protective equipment

Essential Functions:

  1. Valid driver’s license and ability to meet company requirements related to transporting residents if situation should arise and require such.
  2. Responsible for all nursing service and its administration and clinical supervision
  3. Responsible for the implementation of nursing objectives, standards of nursing care, nursing policy and procedure manual, and reviews and revises such as necessary and at least annually.
  4. Interprets all nursing policies and procedures to nursing personnel. Determines that nursing care standards and nursing policies and procedures are being followed according to written guidelines
  5. Supervises and gives clinical guidance to nurses and other nursing staff (PCA, C.N.A., CMT etc) as necessary.
  6. Makes rounds to assess resident and staffing needs and visits residents each work day.
  7. Works under the direction of director of nursing to assure that all nursing personnel complete the required orientation and attend the necessary in-service training, and that appropriate documentation is maintained.
  8. Responsible for nursing assessment on monthly or as needed basis, documenting assessments, notifying physicians and families of change in condition, obtaining appropriate orders and implementing order. Responsible for supervising personal hygiene of residents.
  9. Responsible for seeing that all the necessary written documents such as Admission Nursing Assessments, Nursing Notes, Over-All-Care Plans and other required information is kept current in the resident record system. (Records are kept current following facility’s policies, ASI standards and/or State and Federal regulations.
  10. Responsible for assisting director of nursing in keeping facility standards up to state and federal and ASI requirements and assisting with any and all inspections. Team member in planning, evaluating and providing safe home like environment and quality of life for residents.
  11. Responsible for determining that the medication systems meets the needs of the resident, is an effective type administration system and is set up according to State regulations and pharmaceutical guidelines.
  12. Keeps administrator informed of significant changes in residents conditions, transfer of residents to the hospital, expirations or any pertinent information regarding the residents and or employees.
  13. Assists in determining the type of residents to be admitted to the facility using established nursing care criteria as a guideline. Makes decisions as to placement of residents and transfer to other rooms as necessary.
  14. Communicates with Administrator schedules and conducts nursing staff meetings and maintenance records of such.
  15. Assesses supply and equipment needs for nursing department and sees that adequate stocks are maintained.
  16. Determines that incident reports are made out as necessary or as indicated and reviews such on a routine basis.
  17. Is available for call when needed by the staff members on duty in matters pertaining to nursing care.
  18. Performs any other duties as may be necessary as specified by the director of the facility.

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Children’s Case Manager at at Southeast Kansas Mental Health Center

CHILDREN’S CASE MANAGER – Full time. Bachelor’s degree preferred in Psych, Sociology, Education. Will consider other degrees. May consider Associate’s degree and relevant experience working with children. Requires empathetic, patient individual with organizational and computer skills, good communication, team oriented, able to work independently. KBI, Child Abuse Registry, Motor Vehicle Record and alcohol/drug screening required. Benefits. EOE/AA

Send resume to:
Nathan Fawson, Executive Director
Southeast Kansas Mental Health Center
PO Box 807
Iola, Kansas 66749
Phone 620/365-8641
jobs@sekmhc.org

Team Leader at CLO

Apply with CLO

The primary responsibility of the Team Leader position is to provide a high quality of life for persons served. This is achieved by ensuring compliance with various state/federal regulations and with CLO’s adaptation of the Teaching Family Model. The Team Leader position manages all services and activities occurring in their assigned program location and all Direct Support Professionals working in that home

The Team Leader position requires:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a human services or related field;
  • One – two years of prior experience in a position of similar scope;
  • An ability to achieve Qualified Mental Retardation Professional (QMRP) status;
  • One – two years of prior experience in a position of similar scope;

Competitive salary and benefits

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Purchasing Manager at Mid-American Machine

Job requirements:
Microsoft Office with advanced Excel and PowerPoint knowledge, knowledge of basic Finance and Accounting Principles, 5+ years of experience in procurement and supply chain in a manufacturing setting, excellent communication skills, manufacturing experience required, proven leadership skills, minimum four year degree in related field, strong interpersonal effectiveness.

*Purchasing Certification preferred.
*Must have management experience.

Please email resume to: jmars@mid-americanmachine.com
OR Submit an online application.
Phone: 620-964-2156.