Nursing Careers in Senior Living
We pride ourselves on delivering the highest level of compassionate care for our residents here at StoneBridge Senior Living. As a nursing professional, you play a pivotal part in that with your expertise and dedication. Connecting with our residents as family while administering physical care is important to the home we create for our residents. Your valuable clinical experience and skills go a long way in building trust and strengthening relationships with the residents and their families. Join our team and be a part of meaningful work that you can be proud of while making a difference in the lives you touch every day.
What You’ll Be Doing
Director of Nursing
This position oversees the nursing department, ensuring high-quality care for residents. They provide leadership, develop care plans, and coordinate services to meet residents’ physical, emotional, and social needs. Additionally, the DON manages staff, ensures compliance with regulations, and promotes effective communication among the interdisciplinary healthcare team.
Registered Nurse (RN) and Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
Our Nurses are responsible for providing direct care to residents, assessing their health needs, and developing personalized care plans. They administer medications, monitor vital signs, and coordinate with other healthcare professionals to ensure residents’ well-being. Nurses also provide education and support to residents and their families, promoting a safe and comfortable living environment.
Certified Medical Technician CMT and Level I Med Aid
Assists licensed nursing staff by administering daily medications in accordance with established nursing standards and facility policy and procedures.
Perform general strengthening exercises, positioning devices for residents , assist with transfers, shifting of residents. Assisting with therapeutic treatments and devices as identified by the physical therapist.
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Nursing Assistant (NA), Resident Assistant
A critical part of our care team, nursing assistants provide essential direct care and assistance to residents. They help with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, dressing, and feeding. In addition assisting with mobility, monitor vital signs, and communicate residents’ needs and concerns to the nursing staff.
Healthcare professionals that evaluate the quality of emotional, mental and physical care given to long term residents. MDS coordinators are part of the nursing team who help manage the nursing team and serve as liaisons in the intake and evaluation process of residents.
Opportunities to Advance Your Nursing Career
Working as a nurse at StoneBridge offers numerous opportunities for advancement and professional growth. As part of our compassionate and interdisciplinary team, you’ll have access to ongoing education and training, plus tuition reimbursement. Nurses can pursue specialized certifications or training programs to become experts in specific areas of senior care, such as gerontology, dementia care, wound care, or palliative care. As you gain experience and demonstrate exceptional skills in senior care, you may be eligible for leadership roles within the community. Here, you can develop leadership skills, and make a lasting impact on our residents’ well-being while creating a nurturing environment where your expertise, empathy, and commitment to excellence can flourish.
Nursing Positions Near You
Don’t see a position that fits your skill set?
We offer a wide range of positions for nearly all skill sets and levels of experience. Plus, our supportive environment fosters learning and development, allowing you to gain new skills while helping to provide exceptional care to our residents. So, don’t hesitate to explore alternative paths within StoneBridge Senior Living – you might just find the perfect fit!