Memory Care Manager LPN
About Our CommunitiesLocated on Seattle’s First Hill next to the Frye Art Museum, Murano Senior Living offers 24 stories of beautifully appointed apartments, high-end amenities and services, over-the-top customer service, sweeping views of Puget Sound, Mt. Rainier, and downtown, and top-notch independent living, assisted living, and memory care services. Murano is managed by Leisure Care, a local company with more than 40 years’ experience leading the senior housing industry in innovation, programming, and customer service. At Leisure Care we strive to positively impact the lives of our customers and employees each and every day. Our culture is rich with people who possess the natural desire and instinct to serve others, and the principle of leading a balanced life forms the foundation of this culture. We call it the Three-Thirds Lifestyle-putting family first, giving back to the community second, and meaningfully contributing to the company third. After all, happy employees outside of work make for more dedicated, creative, and productive employees at work. Leisure Care’s unique philosophy of Five-Star Fun has made us one of the most desirable companies to work for, both inside and outside of the senior housing industry.
Murano Senior Living is a Senior Housing community managed by Leisure Care, a local company with 40 years’ experience leading the senior housing industry.
We are now seeking a Memory Care Manager to join our team! If you want to break out of the traditional mold and experience a refreshing environment join us at The Murano!
This management role will be responsible for the personal care services provided by the community staff to memory care residents, the health assessment and service planning for community’s memory care residents, and care coordination for residents’ health needs from vendors.
As the Memory Care Manager, you will responsible for the design and implementation of a recreation therapy program that supports and enhances resident care. You will lead a staff of paraprofessionals through supervision, education, and support. You will provide dementia care expertise for residents, families, and outside referral sources.
Successful candidates will possess superior leadership and communication skills, a high degree of professionalism and experience working with memory impaired residents. 3 - 5 years’ experience in senior health management working in Memory Care is preferred. The ability to demonstrate evidence of current knowledge of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease is needed. Working knowledge of Washington Administrative Code regulations is also necessary. An LPN license is required. Strong assessment skills are required.
We offer a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefit package which includes a commuter benefit! If you desire a rewarding career, apply today!
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