Career Opportunities with Wesleyan Homes
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Wesleyan Homes enjoys an excellent reputation for quality care
and it is due in part to the dedication, spirit and loyalty of our
In order to ensure we are getting and retaining those excellent
team members we put a lot of time into researching and offering
Wesleyan Homes understands and encourages employees to keep a
work-life balance. Employees begin to accrue Paid Time Off (PTO) as
soon as they begin working. PTO is there for employees to enjoy
time off with their families, holidays, or those things in life
that come up without an invitation. Wesleyan Homes also adheres to
all federal and states laws in relation to Family Medical Leave and
Many of our staff don’t see their job as “just a job” but as a
ministry to our residents and their families.
We value the staff and are aware of the interdependence of the
physical mental, emotional, and spiritual health of the staff in
relation to their ability to respond to the needs of residents. We
continually pursue the education of our own staff and board, and
value the importance of mentoring new professionals in aging.
The Wesleyan is hiring and needs passionate, driven, and
energetic individuals like YOU! In seeking to fulfill our life
mission, our guiding principles are clear. The community we serve
and those we serve with are valuable. As a part of The Wesleyan,
you will have a unique opportunity to share our vision of assisting
those in need with an organization abundant in opportunity for
The Wesleyan is hiring Director of Nursing to work at our
Skilled Living Facility. As a Director of Nursing at The Wesleyan,
you will be a part of a mission and values-based organization that
provides endless opportunities for career growth.
Essential Job Functions:
Plan and participate in in-service training and orientation
Make routine rounds to insure residents are getting proper
Assign responsibility and delegate authority.
Carry on continuous evaluation of needs and services as concerns
nursing service and resident care.
Assist in development of a nursing care plan for each resident
and insure that his/her plan is reviewed and revised as
Participate in the selection of prospective residents in terms
of the nursing service they need and the capability of the facility
to supply the needed service.
Participate in the selection and recruitment of employees.
Fill out necessary reports for the admittance, transfer, or
discharge of residents.
Participate in utilization review and other committees.
Work with consultants, dietary, pharmacist, etc., and as
necessary or possible, implement changes.
Set standards for qualifications of personnel.
Arrange for and participate in in-service and orientation
Assist charge nurses in carrying out their responsibilities.
Participate in policy planning for personnel and resident
May assist in preparing a nursing service budget.
Assist in interpreting the objectives, goals, and functions of
the nursing department to other departments.
Assist in preparing performance evaluations on personnel.
Develop job descriptions for nursing service personnel.
Review complaints and grievances.
Review nursing policies at least on an annual basis.
Represent nursing home and nursing service in professional and
Assist in preparing time schedules and daily assignments.
Promote effective working conditions and relationships with the
administration, medical staff, other departments, volunteers and
agencies affiliated with the nursing home.
Encourage and facilitate further study and experience-gaining
activities for professional nurses.
Qualifications & Experience:
Must be a Registered Nurse in the State of Texas with a current
One year of nursing experience in geriatrics preferred.
Must possess leadership ability and the willingness to cooperate
with other departments.
Ability to organize, plan and direct nursing service.
Must handle emergencies, give emergency care and give emergency
Must read, write, understand and speak English.