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At Bay Village, we not only believe in living our purpose, but we believe in empowering our employees to do the same. Here, we’ve created a culture where employees feel connected and empowered to have real impact in the lives of our residents.

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Basic Function

Performs service work as required to prepare and serve Health Center Resident meals.

Qualification Requirements

  • Education: ability to read, and understand the English language. Ability to speak English preferred.
  • Experience: desirable but not necessary.
  • Ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action

Position Responsibilites

  • Responsible to Assistant Dining Services Director and dietary coordinator.
  • Prepare, set up, and serve health center tray line.
  • As per State guidelines, maintains accuracy of food set up, temperature, consistency, portion size, and presentation.
  • Must adhere to the resident’s diet orders and needs.
  • Maintains a clean and sanitary work area. “ Clean as you go”.
  • Responsible for the production and delivery of dietary snacks and nourishments.
  • Responsible for assisting dishwashers gather and break down carts.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Other Job Demands

Working Conditions
Works inside; does face temperature changes around equipment.

Physical Effort
Work is light, requires 20 lbs. maximum with frequent lifting, and/or carrying objects weighing up to 10 lbs.; involves sitting, standing, walking and stooping.

Physical Environment
Use of equipment is present; considerably at risk for burns due to handling hot items.

Sensory Attention
Talking and hearing essential to consult with departmental personnel.

Mental Stress
Must be able to relate to and work with ill, disabled, elderly, and emotionally upset residents at times.
Meeting individual preferences is extremely difficult.

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Basic Function

Sets tables and serves meals to residents and guests according to well established rules of etiquette, and performs various incidental duties to furnish satisfactory service.

Qualification Requirements

  • Must be neat and presentable in appearance.
  • Should possess pleasant, outgoing personality.
  • Must be alert and responsible.
  • Ability to communicate effectively in English.

Position Responsibilites

  • Responsible to Host/Hostess and Dining Room Manager.
  • Familiarizes self with menu, paying attention to foreign or unfamiliar food items.
  • Sets tables as assigned. Checks for cleanliness, accuracy and completeness of table settings.
  • Polishes silverware and checks all table top supplies needed for shift.
  • Set up cart with silverware and resets in an efficient manner.
  • Assists hostess in seating guests and removes walkers to storage. Takes food order. Makes suggestions about various dishes.
  • Turns “to order” food tickets into kitchen for cooking.
  • Assembles starters, soups, salads.
  • Delivers meals (no more than four (4) dinners per tray) and serves meal to Residents. Place tray in noiseless fashion on stand close to table being served. Places courses in front of each person, the main entree item being immediately in front of the recipient. Serves from the left, removes empty dishes from the right. Pours ice water or beverage from the right.
  • Busses and resets tables as the meal progresses.
  • Upon serving desserts (if any) retrieves any walkers for Residents and stores menus for counting up and billing.
  • Resets all assigned tables and vacuums floor.
  • Performs numerous side work duties as assigned. Checks with hostess or dining room manager when work is finished before clocking out.
  • Waiter\Waitress must be thoroughly familiar with American and foreign dishes. Must know how to pronounce the names of foreign preparations. Must know proper methods of serving meals of all kinds.
  • Must be well organized to be able to serve in smooth manner up to 40 people in three hours.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Other Job Demands

Working Conditions
Works inside; does face temperature changes around equipment.

Physical Effort
Work is light, requires 20 lbs. maximum with frequent lifting, and/or carrying objects weighing up to 10 lbs.; involves sitting, standing, walking and stooping.

Physical Environment
Use of equipment is present; considerably at risk for burns due to handling hot items.

Sensory Attention
Talking and hearing essential to consult with departmental personnel and Residents.

Mental Stress
Meeting individual preferences is extremely difficult.

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Basic Function

A licensed nurse renders care to the patients, observes and reports symptoms and conditions of patients, administers medications with full knowledge of their properties, interaction and possible adverse effects; assists in maintaining specialized treatments, maintains records reflecting conditions, medications and treatments.

Qualification Requirements

  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.
  • Current registration/licensure in good standing in the State of Florida
  • Previous experience in geriatric nursing desired.
  • The Licensed Practical Charge Nurse must have completed the 30-hour Nursing Supervisor Training Course before assuming Supervisor responsibilities.
  • Ability to communicate effectively in English.

Related Responsibilites

  • Responsible to the nursing supervisor, ADON and Director of Health Services.
  • Assumes responsibility for the supervision of CNA’a and nursing unit scheduled.
  • Assumes responsibility for total patient care in her assigned area by giving direct nursing care to those patients who require a unique skill and judgment of a professional nurse as needed.
  • Assumes responsibility for the administration of medication and treatments to patients, on a daily basis. Notifies the doctor and supervisor of any adverse reaction to treatment or medication.
  • Assists in the evaluation of the quality and quantity of nursing care by making daily rounds and observations.
  • Notifies the supervisor and/or physician of any indication or adverse change in the patient’s condition and initiates lifesaving measures as indicated. Notifies responsible person or next of kin of condition changes.
  • Makes patient assignments for CNA’s utilizing the skill of the personnel to the maximum benefit of the patient. Gives report to CNA’s at beginning of shift regarding any changes in the Resident’s condition.
  • Ensures that nursing services are delivered in accordance with the policies and procedures of the facility and Federal State regulations.
  • Assists in designing a nursing care plan consistent with the goals of the patient and interprets nursing care plans to all participants.
  • Knows the philosophy, purpose, policies and standards of the health center. Adheres to the unit nursing service routine and policies.
  • Assumes responsibility for maintaining high standards of nursing practice, keeps up to date with medical progress and nursing procedures.
  • Assumes responsibility for maintaining accurate and complete records of nursing care and observations of patients.
  • Assists in unit orientation of new personnel.
  • Performs such other related duties as may be required and assigned by the supervisor, ADON or Director of Health Services.

Other Job Demands

Working Conditions
Work is predominately inside.

Physical Effort
Work is of medium demand: lifting of 50 lbs. maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; ability to perform CPR and First Aid: walking and standing most of time on duty; pushing and pulling of charts, frequent reaching, handling and fingering of instruments and equipment, and caring for residents’ needs.

Physical Environment
Universal precautions are required, due to being exposed to biohazardous waste and blood-borne pathogens.

Sensory Attention
Senses are used: hearing to distinguish differences in heartbeat and breathing of residents; seeing – near visual acuity to read gages and dials on equipment; color vision for perceiving changes in residents’ skin color and colors of medicines and solutions.

Mental Stress
Conditions of combative behavior problems or demanding resident may be present; is faced with illness and death.

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Basic Function

Under supervision, assists the nursing staff by performing specific tasks. Specific responsibilities include daily hygienic care of the residents and care of the environment of the resident.

Qualification Requirements

  • Certified Nursing Assistant certification.
  • Previous experience preferred.
  • Ability to communicate effectively in English.

Position Responsibilites

  • Responsible to the charge nurse.
  • Takes vital signs and identifies changes to the charge nurse.
  • Demonstrates skills in eating/feeding techniques.
  • Knowledgeable of nutrition/hydration principles.
  • Demonstrates skills in dressing/undressing, bathing, toileting, incontinence care, and ambulating residents.
  • Demonstrates proper transfers to/from bed, chair and lifts.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of the risk factors for falls.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of the risk factors for pressure ulcers.
  • Demonstrates proper positioning techniques to prevent pressure ulcers.
  • Demonstrates proper application and release of restraints and the correct use of safety alarms.
  • Demonstrates proper operation of lifts and specialty beds.
  • Is aware of cognitive impairment/difficult behaviors.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of the care needed at the end of life.
  • Demonstrates proper catheter care and peri-care and colostomy care.
  • Understands and documents intake and output as required.
  • Able to identify changes in resident condition and report to charge nurse.
    E.g. chest pain, change in speech, refusal to eat, unresponsive, complaints of dizziness, falls, bleeding, unusual behaviors, skin breakdown.
  • Follows established safety precautions when performing tasks and when using equipment.
  • Demonstrates good hand washing techniques.
  • Shows understanding and use of Universal Precautions at all times and Contact Precautions as ordered.
  • Completes documentation of food percentages, fluid intake, bowel and bladder sheets and activities of daily living, in a timely manner.
  • Able to verbalize steps to be taken in emergency situations, e.g. fire, bomb threat, hurricane, and evacuation.
  • Reports complaints and requests of residents, physicians, and visitors to the charge nurse.
  • Participates and contributes to the team conference on resident care.
  • Gives partial or complete baths with particular attention to mouth, denture, hair, nail, and foot care.
  • Answers resident’s signals providing necessary assistance when requests are within the range of his/her delegated tasks, notifies the appropriate nurse when the situation so indicates.
  • Feeds residents who are unable to feed themselves.
  • Assists residents on admission, discharge and transfers.
  • Maintains a clean, safe environment. Resident rooms are to be kept neat, tidy and hazard free.
  • Adheres to the instructions issued by the charge nurse and to the established nursing department policies and procedures, and handles and serves residents in a manner conducive to safety and comfort.
  • Assumes responsibility for personal growth and required in-services by participating in staff development programs.
  • Provides orientation for new employees.
  • Participates in nursing rounds and report at beginning and end of shift with outgoing and oncoming nursing staff.
  • Performs all other duties that may be assigned.

Other Job Demands

Working Conditions
Work is inside, with little temperature changes.

Physical Effort
Work is of heavy demand: lifting 50 lbs. maximum with frequent lifting and transferring individuals; standing and working most of time on duty; pushing and pulling of residents and wheelchairs; handling, reaching, and feeling when distributing supplies, equipment and checking residents; manual dexterity is required to move and use hands easily and skillfully while aiding residents and providing treatment.

Physical Environment
Extreme risk of accident occurs in lifting and transferring residents; proper safety procedures and equipment must be used at all times; must be adept in working with ill people while carrying out job duties.

Sensory Attention
Talking and hearing to converse with residents and staff is required; near-visual acuity for accurate reading of gages and thermometers and for recording in the clinical record is a must; handling and teaching of residents does occur while performing daily care.

Mental Stress
Moderate mental discomfort exists due to working with ill and/or elderly individuals. You are faced with behavior problems that take considerable time and patience. Pressure of caring for more than one resident at a time does exist. Resident’s demands and verbal abuse can occur frequently.

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HEAR FROM TEAM MEMBERS

See what they are saying about Bay Village

“Bay Village is a beautiful community that radiates with friendly, upbeat, and accomplished residents. The staff is truly remarkable, and they take the time to get to know you. There is a fitness center with lovely planned activities and celebrations you can participate in daily. I highly recommend Bay Village.”

- Joanne G., Bay Village Team Member

“The warmth and friendships from the residents and staff is why I enjoy living at Bay Village. The available amenities make Bay Village feel like a retreat. The swimming pool is so beautiful and conveniently heated. Participating in activities at Bay Village and around Sarasota is a wonderful experience.”

- Carolyn D., Bay Village Team Member

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