LPN – Director of Health and Wellness – BrightStar Senior Living (Madison, WI)
BrightStar Senior Living is a small assisted living and memory care community located on the Madison Westside looking for an experienced LPN to work in the full time role as Director of Health and Wellness. The BrightStar Senior Living community offers support to older adults with physical and cognitive limitations.
The Director of Health and Wellness shall assist and support the successful operations of BrightStar Senior Living’s clinical excellence. The Director of Health and Wellness will be responsible for daily resident nursing support, supervision and support of lead care giving staff, clinical quality assurance, resident care planning, resident and family communications, and successful management of the nursing budget. As with others on the management team, the Director of Health and Wellness will be responsible for providing on-call support to our direct care staff. The Director of Health and Wellness will assist in establishing, implementing and evaluating goals and objectives for BrightStar Senior Living that meet and promote the standards of quality.
Clean background and criminal record
This full-time position offers Health, Dental, Vision, and 401K.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
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