Growth Opportunities: National Church Residences is comprised of multiple facilities and locations in the Central, Northern and Southern Ohio areas and promotes internal growth.
According to prescribed policies and procedures of the organization including all applicable state, federal and accreditation regulations and under the general supervision of the Administrator assumes responsibility for preparing the resident and family for admission to and medically approved discharge from the facility; directing
services to residents and their families due to problems or to their adjustment to their new services; providing information, referral services and consulting with staff.
• Assesses resident /family factors to estimate capacity to cope with diseases, terminal illness, death. Provides counseling services as applicable and assists in utilizing community resources.
• Evaluates and assists with resident’s financial obligations, assessing appropriate resources, and insurance
• Submits documentation accurately and timely. Updates and maintains resident’s records and charts.
• Assists with discharge planning from hospitals to homes and nursing homes.
• Attends and participates in scheduled interdisciplinary team meetings to coordinate care plans, follow up on
changes, problem solve, etc.
• Participates in on-call rotation, community programs and committees as requested.
• Demonstrates and maintains a positive, professional manner, manages time efficiently and effectively, provides
leadership as a role model to promote a team approach, collaborates and participates in policy creation and
appropriate problem solving methods.
• With respect to Resident Rights, ensures all care is provided with respect and dignity for residents, reports all
complaints made by residents and/or families to the appropriate supervisors, reports all allegations of abuse,
misappropriation of funds/ residents property and/or any other corporate compliance items immediately.
• Must adhere to all policies, procedures, terms and conditions set forth in the NCR Employee Information
Guide (EIG) as well as any facility handbook including but not limited to corporate compliance, drug free
workplace, safe work practices, all federal, state, local regulations and laws.
• Performs other duties as assigned.
Education: Must have the ability to perform needed functions. Bachelor’s Degree in social work from an accredited institution. May require licensure or certificate as required in the state in which he/she practices, according to state guidelines. Must be in good standing.
Experience: Minimum of 3-5 years in varied multidisciplinary settings in the health care field with
experience in working with residents and families coping with illness.
Mental: Must have good communication, comprehension, computer and interpersonal skills. Must have the ability to speak, read, write and understand English.
Licensure: Must have a current license in good standing within the state practicing