Our campus serves the twin tiers region offering a continuum of care focused on senior health and wellness. Our beautifully updated 202 bed skilled nursing facility (SNF) serves seniors in need of subacute rehabilitation, long term care (LTC), secure memory care, and respite care. Our campus also offers Assisted and Enriched living apartments, an Adult Medical Day Services program, and an Outpatient Rehabilitation Clinic.
Demonstrating our commitment to continuous quality improvement, Elderwood at Waverly was awarded by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) a 5-Star rating in quality and honored as a 2017 national recipient of the coveted American Health Care Association’s (AHCA) Silver Quality Award.
Our focus on delivering innovative resident care through “right touch”, “right skill”, and “right technology” provides a great atmosphere to support new employees who are excited to make a meaningful difference in senior care. At Elderwood, we value investing in our employees through clinical education opportunities and mentorship to achieve excellence.
If you have a passion for excellence and are ready to make a difference in senior care, apply today!
“Delivering best outcomes through right touch, right skill, right service, right technology, right care; re-engineering the way health care is delivered” --Elderwood
Provides clinical supervision and instruction as needed to Nursing Assistant Trainees (while training or working on the nursing units).
Supervise the Nursing Assistant Trainee on the nursing unit as she/he performs skills taught in the classroom.
Assist with instruction of the Nursing Assistant Trainees as designated/needed by the Primary Instructor.
Ensure that the Nursing Assistant Trainee Skills Check List is completed in a timely manner.
Provide input into evaluation of Nursing Assistant Trainee and assist with trainee testing, as needed.
Serve as an instructor in annual required in-services for Nursing Assistants.
Attend staff meetings and required or preferred in-service training.
N.Y.S. license and current registration to practice as a nurse required.
At least one year nursing experience in a residential health care facility required.
Thorough familiarity with both the Nursing Assistant 100-Hour Training Program and the facility policies and procedures for direct nursing care required.
Organizational skills and ability to relate well with nursing staff, trainees and other disciplines required.
Ability to perform tasks to established standards of excellence required.