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Greencroft Goshen

Goshen, Indiana

We need your hugs! You’ll find more than a job at Greencroft Goshen, an affiliate of Greencroft Communities. It’s a place where connections are forged with our wonderful residents and amazing team members.

Work here, for the best of your life!

Greencroft Goshen has been part of the community since 1967 and we’re known for Christian values and strong connection to the community.

Come be a part of our team! We can’t wait to meet you!

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Assisted Living

Assisted Living Attendant | Part Time (Weekends)

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  • Title

    Assisted Living Attendant

  • Shift

    Weekends

  • Status

    Part Time

Job Description:

Contribute to the highest level of care by providing non-certified assistance, support, and protection of the residents in Assisted Living and Memory Care at out Middlebury Campus. Provide direct care and assistance to the person with dementia that acknowledges the individual’s remaining strengths and needs.

Duties Include:

  • Answer telephone and assists visitors in a positive and friendly manner.
  • Conducts work task safely within the scope of your position and in compliance with Greencroft Middlebury policies.
  • Provides effective, courteous, and respectful service to all residents, co-workers, and guests.
  • Read notes in attendant’s notebook regarding events that have occurred on all shifts.
    • Performs other related essential duties as required. Position Requirements:
    • Performs health and safety check on the residents other related essential duties as required.
    • Participate in regular team meetings and trainings.
    • Assist personnel and residents in establishing a home-like atmosphere.
    • Assist with maintenance and proper storage of equipment & supplies.
    • Fill out menus and take to kitchen for dietary to fill trays.
    • Help to prepare and serve meals during mealtimes. Prepare and serve meals to residence in dining area or in their room, gathering trays and cleaning up.
    • Assist resident in getting up from or ready for bed as needed.
    • Launder items when appropriate.
    • Perform light housekeeping tasks such as emptying trash, wiping down surfaces, vacuum and spot clean carpet, sweeping and moping, tidy up, making beds and changing linens as needed and cleaning of bathrooms.
    • Monitors the emergency call system for emergency calls and responds appropriately.

Education & Experience

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Experience working with older adults.
  • Personal or professional experience as a caregiver for someone with a dementia diagnosis (Strongly Preferred)

Skills and Requirements

  • A big smile, eagerness to learn, respect compassion, and empathy for all.
  • Work well independently, has excellent work ethic.
  • Respond appropriately in emergencies.
  • Attend in-service training workshops, and/or seminars per year.
  • Is able to read, write and speak English.
  • Values honesty and dependability.
  • Weekends required.

Schedule:

  • Part Time, On-Call, PRN

Contact HR with questions, (574) 537-4209.

Business Office

Billing Specialist lll | Full Time (Days)

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  • Title

    Billing Specialist lll

  • Shift

    Days

  • Status

    Full Time

Scope of Responsibility: Responsible for assisting centralized billing staff with attention directed toward collection of outstanding accounts receivable. Work with Greencroft Communities’ affiliates to ensure that residents and responsible parties are not delinquent in filing for Medicaid coverage or other forms of assistance. Identify issues with account delinquencies across the system and discuss with affiliate VPs of Operations and Business Office Managers, and Greencroft Communities Management Staff.

Essential Functions:

  • Review all open accounts receivable at least monthly and initiate and participate in monthly collection communications with affiliates and related follow-up activities.
  • Perform continual follow-up on resident accounts, including A/R Aging Reports, and document understanding; support and assist affiliates with collection activities related to past due accounts receivable.
  • Process and respond to questions and inquiries relating to resident account collections.
  • Promptly assist affiliates to ensure timely application for Medicaid by residents and/or responsible parties.
  • Promptly assist affiliates with auditing of resident accounts as necessary and preparation and submission of Medicaid deviation requests.
  • Assist Greencroft Communities billing staff as needed with third-party payor billing and data input of monthly cash receipts on affiliate resident accounts.
  • Serve as liaison with collection agencies and/or legal counsel in regard to problem accounts turned over to them for collection assistance.
  • Develop and maintain expertise in Medicare, Medicaid, third party insurance rules and procedures.
  • Continually look for ways to automate billing and collection processes and develop tools to more efficiently and effectively facilitate timely collection of accounts receivable.
  • Travel to affiliate communities as needed.
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as requested or assigned.

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business related field, or equivalent experience.
  • At least 1-2 years of collections experience.

Skills and Requirements:

  • Knowledge of Medicare, Medicaid, 3rd party insurance billing and collection preferred.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, intermediate to advanced proficiency in Excel required.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with residents, family members and team members throughout the system.

Schedule:

  • Full-Time

Benefits:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision
  • Voluntary Life
  • 403(b) with employer match
  • PTO program
  • Additional Benefits available

Contact Human Resources with any questions at 574-537-4029.

Nursing

CNA | Full Time (Variable)

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  • Title

    CNA

  • Shift

    Variable

  • Status

    Full Time

Job Description:

CNAs will provide daily comfort, social, recreational, and supportive services to the residents and maintain a clean and safe environment. CNAs will also believe in the values of customer-centered care, stewardship, ethical conduct and reflection, open communication and fair treatment of all residents, families, and team members.

Duties Include:

  • Assist with transferring residents, take to/from meals, and assist with feeding
  • Assist with resident daily hygiene, dressing, and help resident maintain physical functioning
  • Complete charting
  • Complete Greencroft's 5 Training Modules' Certification

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • CNA certified in the State of Indiana
  • Previous experience working with elderly people, preferred

Schedule:

  • Every other weekend/every other holiday
    • Weekend shift pay: Additional $1.00/hr
  • Evening & Night Shift Pay: Additional $1.50/hr

Benefits:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision
  • Voluntary Life
  • 403(b) with employer match
  • PTO program
  • Additional Benefits available

Contact HR with questions, (574) 537-4209.

CNA | Full Time (Variable)

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  • Title

    CNA

  • Shift

    Variable

  • Status

    Full Time

Memory Care Unit CNAs will provide daily comfort, social, recreational, and supportive services to the residents and maintain a clean and safe environment. CNAs will also believe in the values of customer-centered care, stewardship, ethical conduct and reflection, open communication and fair treatment of all residents, families, and team members.

Duties Include:

  • Assist with transferring residents, take to/from meals, and assist with feeding
  • Assist with resident daily hygiene, dressing, and help resident maintain physical functioning
  • Complete charting
  • Complete Greencroft's 5 Training Modules' Certification

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • CNA certified in the State of Indiana
  • Previous experience working in Memory Care required

Schedule:

  • Every other weekend/every other holiday
    • Weekend shift pay: Additional $1.00/hr
  • Evening & Night Shift Pay: Additional $1.50/hr

Benefits:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision
  • Voluntary Life
  • 403(b) with employer match
  • PTO program
  • Additional Benefits available

Corporate MDS Coordinator | Full Time (Days)

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  • Title

    Corporate MDS Coordinator

  • Shift

    Days

  • Status

    Full Time

Scope of Responsibility: Coordinate MDS facility’s infection control program, working closely with residents, nursing team members and others to create and maintain as aseptic environment.

Essential Functions:

  • Provide education to campus MDS nurses and ensure regulatory updates on all changes are communicated.
  • Conduct quality review, training, and education of MDS team, build relationships, advise and help implement effective systems.
  • Oversee the CMI process to ensure maximum reimbursement for each campus.
  • Monitor Case Mix Index (CMI) scores, across the system, looking for potential risks and/or changes that may affect Medicaid reimbursement.
  • Develop a plan to increase CMI per campus and across the system.
  • Ensure MDSs are completed timely and accurate.
  • Provide support to all MDS nurses.
  • Audit and review care plans and ensure compliance with baseline, comprehensive, and revisions. Immediately report serious miscoding to campus VP of Operations and COO.
  • Maintain current working knowledge of Medicare/Medicaid and Managed Medicaid criteria, serving as a resource for nursing team members and communicate changes in regulations.
  • Monitor and audit Medicare assessment schedules and nursing documentation to ensure accuracy and timely submission.
  • Observe direct nursing care, review documentation, and make appropriate recommendations, assist with chart audits.
  • Assist in preparing for surveys and RAC audits.
  • Provide MDS coverage for campus vacancies and time off.
  • Will be responsible for taking call for Corporate Clinical Director on her/his days off.

Education & Experience

  1. Licensed as a Registered Nurse in the state of Indiana and Ohio.
  2. Obtain RAC certification within one year of being in this position.

Skills & Knowledge

  1. Previous nursing experience and knowledge of MDS regulatory experience
  2. Strong written and verbal skills.
  3. Ability to educate and train MDS nurses.

Confidentiality

Team members will honor and respect the privacy of residents, team members, and the organization. Responsibilities include maintaining the confidentiality of resident information in compliance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and sensitive organizational information. To encourage these responsibilities, all team members will also adhere to the social media policy. For more information regarding confidentiality and its importance, refer to the Greencroft Communities Team member Handbook.

Evening Nurse Supervisor | Full Time (Evenings)

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  • Title

    Evening Nurse Supervisor

  • Shift

    Evenings

  • Status

    Full Time

The Evening Nurse Supervisor is responsible for leading, supervising, and resolving concerns that occur during the evening shift of skilled nursing services in the campus. To provide consistent high-quality care through leadership, supervision and support of the nursing team in identifying resident needs and providing quality clinical care.

Essential Functions:

  • Oversee Greencroft Goshen team members giving direct care to residents and oversee the implementation of care plans.
  • Supervise the admissions, discharges, and transfers of residents as assigned.
  • Participate in developing a program of individualized care of residents. Initiate nursing care plan upon admission.
  • Consult with ADON, DON and physician for special needs of residents.
  • Communicate to other team members, family, and physician of any change in resident condition, and treatment of problem, as is deemed necessary and appropriate.
  • Assist clinical nurses to problem solve, develop solutions, work efficiently and develop time management skills.
  • Assure that incident investigations and reporting are completed according to ISDH and Greencroft Guidelines for Skilled Nursing.
  • Train clinical team for adherence to state regulations and guidelines, Greencroft policies and procedures relating to clinical care of our residents.
  • Will be responsible to provide coverage for ON CALL rotation that includes clinical and staffing.
  • Acknowledge and resolve customer (residents, families, and team members) concerns.
  • Complete routine rounds and address team member, safety, resident, and clinical concerns.

Requirements:

  • Licensed as a Licensed Practical Nurse in the State of Indiana.
  • Experience in Long Term Care and/or assisted living.
  • Knowledge of MDS process and care planning.
  • Experience with electronic medical records.

Required Skills:

  • Present a professional appearance.
  • Value-oriented, dependable, flexible, and cooperative.
  • Knowledge of computers and basic software.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, verbal and written.

Shift:

  • Evenings
  • On Call Rotation with Nursing Team

LPN | Full Time (Variable)

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  • Title

    LPN

  • Shift

    Variable

  • Status

    Full Time

Job Description:

LPNs will be responsible to provide consistent high quality care by identifying resident needs and progress, medical assessments, and promotion of team approach to resident care. Nurses will also believe in the values of customer-centered service, stewardship, ethical conduct and reflection, open communication, and fair treatment of all residents, family and team members.

Duties Include:

  • Check physicians orders with MARS
  • Pass medication & provide treatment
  • Stock and count medication
  • Answer call lights
  • Other duties as assigned

Job Requirements:

  • Licensed as Practical Nurse in the state of Indiana
  • Requires the ability to lift up to 80 pounds occasionally and 60 pounds frequently
  • Experienced preferred
  • Strong verbal & written communication
  • Ability to work under pressure & stay calm
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize needs, workload, & duties

This position has occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials. Adherence to universal precautions is required.

Schedule:

  • Day Shift, Evening Shift, Night Shift: 40 hours per week/80 hours per pay
  • Must work every other weekend and every other holiday
    • Weekend Shift Pay: Additional $1.50/hr
  • Evening & Night Shift: Additional $1.50/hr

Benefits:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision
  • Voluntary Life
  • 403(b) with employer match
  • PTO program
  • Additional Benefits available

Contact HR with questions, (574) 537-4209.

LPN | Full Time (Variable)

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  • Title

    LPN

  • Shift

    Variable

  • Status

    Full Time

Provide consistent high-quality care by identifying resident needs and progress, medical assessments and promotion of team approach to resident care on Memory Care Unit. Provide support to Resident Care Specialists with resident care and charting. Believe in the values of customer-centered service, stewardship, ethical conduct and reflection, open communication, and fair treatment of all residents, family and team members. Also responsible to the residents and families served.

Essential Functions:

  • Pass medication and provide treatment for residents, including, but not limited to, tube feedings, IV medications, colostomy and ileostomy care, G-tube care, PICC line/IV care, oxygen care, monitoring and set-up and glucometer readings.
  • Check physician orders with MARs for accuracy (ie. new admissions, new orders, etc.).
  • Ensure MDS summaries are completed by their due date.
  • Be aware of the safety of residents who may roam or be unsteady and have alarms or wander guards. Answer all alarms on the community.
  • Answer call lights for all residents on the community.
  • Provide support to Resident Care Specialist/CNAs with resident care.
  • Assure all paperwork is completed in a timely manner. Receive and give reports as appropriate for resident care.
  • Attentive to Safety, Lifting and Resident Transfer Guidelines

Position Requirements:

  • Licensed as Licensed Practical Nurse by the State of Indiana.
  • Memory Care experience

Physical Requirements:

  • Frequent fingering, walking, sitting, talking, hearing and repetitive motions required.
  • Occasional reaching, kneeling, standing, pulling, lifting, grasping, feeling required.
  • Requires the ability to lift up to 80 pounds occasionally and up to 60 pounds frequently.
  • Requires the ability to see things clearly at 20 inches or less, as is common in visual inspection or computer work.
  • This position has occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials. Adherence to universal precautions is required.
  • Requires the ability to lift residents to a chair with the assistant of another person and a gait belt.

Schedule:

  • Every other weekend/every other holiday
    • Weekend shift pay: Additional $1.00/hr
  • Evening & Night Shift Pay: Additional $1.50/hr

Benefits:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision
  • Voluntary Life
  • 403(b) with employer match
  • PTO program
  • Additional Benefits available

MDS Coordinator (RN) | Full Time (Days)

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  • Title

    MDS Coordinator (RN)

  • Shift

    Days

  • Status

    Full Time

Working at Greencroft Goshen

We're a close-knit team that's walking the walk when it comes to caring for our residents. One of the things we enjoy most is coming together to make people smile and giving residents' families peace of mind. We love it here and we think you will too.

Working in long-term care offers tons of rewards you won't find anywhere else: an unparalleled sense of stability, great pay, and did we mention amazing benefits! People support your growth here and there's a team spirit that makes the tough days a whole lot easier.

Job Description:

  • Manage the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) process to assess residents' individual needs to create a unique care plan based on your findings.
  • Promote cross-functional communication to ensure care plans are followed.
  • Ensure appropriate reimbursement for resident care services.
  • Be well versed with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines and regulations.
  • Assure the timely completion of each section of the MDS by proper department, signing of the form by staff on EMR, and its resident appropriateness.
  • Confer with each department regarding any problems that occur in its sections of the MDS and arrange for re-education when necessary
  • Review diagnosis coding and sequencing with physician quarterly. Update/ clarify ICD-9 coding as appropriate.
  • Conduct weekly MDS Pre-planning and Medicare meetings to ensure timely and accurate completion.
  • Monitor and assist staff in all departments regarding EMR charting, documentation and achieving Care Plan goals in accordance with the resident’s MDS.
  • Communicate resident care plan and progress to staff, resident and family.
  • Audit sample EMR charting monthly to ascertain proper nursing charting and documentation of care given and directly confer with those employees who are not properly documenting.
  • Record, report and follow up discrepancies in documentation which are not consistent and/or do not meet program standards.
  • Work closely with the Director of Nursing and other department heads to ensure consistency in care.
  • Coordinate resident Care Plan with physical, occupational, respiratory, and speech therapy department to ensure proper care and treatment when clinically appropriate.
  • Follow up on nutritional assessments by the dietary consultants with reporting to the nursing staff and appropriate documentation.
  • Maintain the confidentiality of resident information and honor his/her personal and property rights.
  • Follow established fire, disaster, safety, infection control and evacuation policies and procedures.

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Licensed as Registered Nurse in the state of Indiana required
  • Previous nursing experience, including Long Term Care experience
  • 2+ years of MDS (resident assessment) experience preferered
  • Personal integrity and professionalism to work effectively with the Interdisciplinary Team, Patients, and Families.
  • Knowledgeable of nursing and medical practices and procedures, as well as laws, regulations, and guidelines that pertain to long-term care.

Schedule:

  • M-F; 40+ hours per week (salaried)
  • Possibly weekend rotation

Benefits:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision
  • Voluntary Life
  • 403(b) with employer match
  • PTO program
  • Additional Benefits available

Contact HR with questions, (574) 537-4209.

QMA | Full Time (Variable)

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  • Title

    QMA

  • Shift

    Variable

  • Status

    Full Time

The Memory Care Unit QMA will provide consistent high-quality care by identifying resident needs and progress, and promotion of the team approach to resident care. Provide support to Resident Care Specialist/CNAs with resident care and charting. Responsible for giving medications and for the nursing care of residents, as supervised by the community nurse. Believe in the values of customer-centered service, stewardship, ethical conduct and reflection, open communication and fair treatment

Essential Functions:

  • Prepare and administer medications within the QMA scope of practice, in accordance with ISDH regulations and Greencroft policies.
  • Prepare and administer PRN medications within the QMA scope of practice, in accordance with ISDH regulations and Greencroft policies, and document only upon the authorization of a licensed nurse or physician.
  • Remove medication from the emergency drug supply and document only upon the authorization of a licensed nurse or physician.
  • Stock medication cart and count narcotics at the beginning and end of shift and at any time the medication cart exchanges hands.
  • Apply dressings within the QMA scope of practice, in accordance with ISDH regulations and Greencroft policies.
  • Treatments and/or tests within the QMA scope of practice, in accordance with ISDH regulations and Greencroft policies.
  • Administer oxygen in an emergency situation, with licensed nurse approval.
  • Document resident’s condition, progress, incidents and complaints as well as forwarding this information to the community nurse. Check rewrites against current orders.

Position Requirements:

  • Certification as a Qualified Medication Assistant in the State of Indiana required.
  • Experience in a Memory Care Unit required.

Physical Requirements:

  • Frequent fingering, walking, sitting, talking, hearing and repetitive motions required.
  • Occasional reaching, kneeling, standing, pulling, lifting, grasping, feeling required.
  • Requires the ability to lift up to 80 pounds occasionally and up to 60 pounds frequently.
  • Requires the ability to see things clearly at 20 inches or less, as is common in visual inspection or computer work.
  • This position has occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials. Adherence to universal precautions is required.
  • Requires the ability to lift residents to a chair with the assistant of another person and a gait belt.

Schedule:

  • Every other weekend/every other holiday
    • Weekend shift pay: Additional $1.00/hr
  • Evening & Night Shift Pay: Additional $1.50/hr

Benefits:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision
  • Voluntary Life
  • 403(b) with employer match
  • PTO program
  • Additional Benefits available

RN | Full Time (Variable)

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  • Title

    RN

  • Shift

    Variable

  • Status

    Full Time

Job Description:

RNs will be responsible to provide consistent high quality care by identifying resident needs and progress, medical assessments, and promotion of team approach to resident care. Nurses will also believe in the values of customer-centered service, stewardship, ethical conduct and reflection, open communication, and fair treatment of all residents, family and team members.

Duties Include:

  • Check physicians orders with MARS
  • Pass medication & provide treatment
  • Stock and count medication
  • Answer call lights
  • Other duties as assigned

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Licensed as Registered Nurse in the state of Indiana
  • Requires the ability to lift up to 80 pounds occasionally and 60 pounds frequently
  • Experienced preferred
  • Strong verbal & written communication
  • Ability to work under pressure & stay calm
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize needs, workload, & duties

This position has occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials. Adherence to universal precautions is required.

Schedule:

  • Day Shift, Evening Shift, Night Shift: 40 hours per week/80 hours per pay
  • Must work every other weekend and every other holiday
    • Weekend Shift Pay: Additional $1.50/hr
  • Evening & Night Shift: Additional $1.50/hr

Benefits:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision
  • Voluntary Life
  • 403(b) with employer match
  • PTO program
  • Additional Benefits available

Contact HR with questions, (574) 537-4209.

Support Services

Administrative Assistant to VP of Operations | Full Time (Days)

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  • Title

    Administrative Assistant to VP of Operations

  • Shift

    Days

  • Status

    Full Time

The Administrative Assistant to the VP of operations will provide and coordinate clerical and administrative support.

Responsibilities:

  • Carry out duties and function to support Greencroft Goshen as assigned.
  • Review invoices and create check requests for HC Administrator approval and send to A/P on a weekly basis.
  • Monitor compliance with various programs within HC.
  • Assist in annual updates, surveys and audits.
  • Schedule meetings and assist when requested by the VP of Operations and well as Healthcare Administration.
  • Special projects and other tasks as requested by VP of Operations.
  • Maintain overall Healthcare statistics
  • Other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:

  • High school diploma or the equivalent.
  • Three years of office administration.
  • Long term care experience preferred.
  • Project management experience preferred.

Beautician | Full Time (Variable)

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  • Title

    Beautician

  • Shift

    Variable

  • Status

    Full Time

The Beautician is responsible for the daily operations of the beaty shop. Maintain skills associated with resident services, such as cutting hair, perm applications, styling, and other technical skills. Assure cleanliness and sanitization of beaty shop and items used in the services offered. Must be a licensed cosmetologist in the State of Indiana. Commission based, entry level, up to full time hours as client base is established.

Facility Coordinator | Part Time (Days)

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  • Title

    Facility Coordinator

  • Shift

    Days

  • Status

    Part Time

Job Description:

Relate to resident needs and respond directly to those issues relating to the facility, resident billing and grievances within the facility, being certain at all time to assure positive resident relations in all aspects of the facility. Work closely with the resident management team, house-keeping and maintenance to provide smooth working relationships and customer service to staff and residents.

Duties include:

  • Perform receptionist/secretarial responsibilities as outlined in the office manual. Greet and assist visitors and families to assure good customer service and positive relationships.
  • Responsible for resident information and documentation. Records should be up-to-date and maintained according to the filing guide for private pay and HUD files.
  • Schedule volunteers for the facility.
  • Daily, balance the cash receipts in both petty cash and cash drawers. Assure that all record keeping and cash balances are maintained appropriately and in good accounting format.
  • Assist with campus and building events by volunteering and/or helping with ideas for programs.
  • Assure all work orders submitted are documented and placed into the work order system. Maintain responsibility for follow-up and/or processing of work orders to assure completion of work request
  • Maintain an appropriate supply of office materials and postage orders.
  • Responsible for timely communication to residents regarding facility and management issues and changes.
  • Responsible for gift shop deposit, taxes and records. Assure all records are balanced and maintained in proper record keeping format.
  • Immediately report issues concerning resident safety, security or potential risk to the Director of Resident Life Services. Review and resolve any other issues not covered in the list above.
  • Serve as liaison between the administration and the facility in keeping administration informed of issues within the facility.
  • Maintain the HUD waiting list with HUD guidelines including conducting interviews and screening prospective HUD residents on the GG campus

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent required.

  • Experience in administration and supervision preferred.

Schedule:

  • Part-time, 29 hours per week

Benefits:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision
  • Voluntary Life
  • 403(b) with employer match
  • PTO program
  • Additional Benefits available

Contact HR with questions,574-537-4209

Home Care Attendant | Part Time (Variable)

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  • Title

    Home Care Attendant

  • Shift

    Variable

  • Status

    Part Time

Home Care Attendant maintains a pleasant and safe environment, supervises client activities, assists with activities of daily living, provides emotional support and communicates changes in the client’s status to his/her supervisor. Services will be performed in client homes on Greencroft campus and throughout the community at large.

Part Time, flexibility in hours and shifts.

Responsibilities:

  • Interact with clients in a respectful, adult manner.
  • Correct practice basic skills to assist with activities of daily living for the client.
  • Provide reminders for medication.
  • Run errands as requested.

Requirements:

  • Must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Must be able to ready, write and follow instructions.
  • CNA preferred.
  • Valid driver’s license with reliable vehicle and proof of insurance.

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to lift up to 60 pounds frequently.
  • Ability to lift up to 80 pounds occasionally.

Home Care Attendant | PRN (Variable)

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  • Title

    Home Care Attendant

  • Shift

    Variable

  • Status

    PRN

Home Care Attendant maintains a pleasant and safe environment, supervises client activities, assists with activities of daily living, provides emotional support and communicates changes in the client’s status to his/her supervisor. Services will be performed in client homes on Greencroft campus and throughout the community at large.

PRN, flexibility in hours and shifts.

Responsibilities:

  • Interact with clients in a respectful, adult manner.
  • Correct practice basic skills to assist with activities of daily living for the client.
  • Provide reminders for medication.
  • Run errands as requested.

Requirements:

  • Must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Must be able to ready, write and follow instructions.
  • CNA preferred.
  • Valid driver’s license with reliable vehicle and proof of insurance.

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to lift up to 60 pounds frequently.
  • Ability to lift up to 80 pounds occasionally.

Home Companion | PRN (Variable)

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  • Title

    Home Companion

  • Shift

    Variable

  • Status

    PRN

Home Companion maintains a pleasant and safe environment, supervises client activities, assists with activities of daily living, provides emotional support and communicates changes in the client’s status to his/her supervisor. Services will be performed in client homes throughout the community at large. Part Time, flexibility in hours and shifts.

PRN, flexible shifts.

Responsibilities:

  • Interact with clients in a respectful, adult manner.
  • Assist with light activities of daily living for the client.
  • Provide reminders for medication.
  • Run errands as requested.

Requirements:

  • Must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Must be able to ready, write and follow instructions.
  • Valid driver’s license with reliable vehicle and proof of insurance.

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to lift up to 60 pounds frequently.
  • Ability to lift up to 80 pounds occasionally.

Maintenance Lead 1 | Full Time (Days)

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  • Title

    Maintenance Lead 1

  • Shift

    Days

  • Status

    Full Time

Scope of Responsibility: Maintenance of buildings and equipment as well as other tasks required for physical plant operation.

Essential Functions:

  • Complete work orders for structural, electrical, plumbing and HVAC in a timely and code-compliant manner.
  • Communicate with staff and residents to maintain a good working relationship.
  • Answer intercepts, lockouts and 911 calls.
  • Order and restock supplies in shop.
  • Work on apartment turnovers such as small plumbing, carpentry, and electrical.
  • Preventative Maintenance Program completion for areas assigned.
  • Drive golf carts between facilities and service center to pick up supplies.
  • Weekends and evenings on-call per established rotational schedule.
  • Small project completion in assigned areas.
  • Repairs to larger equipment in assigned areas.
  • Work in a safe manner consistent with the training and requirements for the Maintenance department including lifting, ladders, electrical, lock out-tag out, personal protective devices, MSDS sheets and confined spaces.
  • Understand and follow the code requirements for the areas of assigned work.

Secondary Functions:

  • Perform snow removal during the winter.
  • Assist with special events set up and tear down.

Education & Experience:

  • High school diploma or equivalent required
  • One to three years general maintenance experience preferred.

Skills & Knowledge:

  • Good communication skills.
  • Basic knowledge of plumbing, electrical, mechanical, and carpentry work.
  • Ability to drive a golf cart.
  • Ability to climb ladders.
  • Ability to work without close supervision while maintaining Greencroft Maintenance Department standards of conduct and job performance.

Schedule:

Monday thru Friday, days

Benefits:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision
  • Voluntary Life
  • 403(b) with employer match
  • PTO program
  • Additional Benefits available

Contact HR with questions, (574) 537-4209.

Security | PRN (Weekends)

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  • Title

    Security

  • Shift

    Weekends

  • Status

    PRN

Provide campus security for all buildings and grounds on campus.

Essential Functions:

  • Lock and unlock facility doors based per security rounds schedule.
  • Provide escort services for staff at shift changes and for unscheduled after-hours work.
  • Respond to all emergency calls and assists in directing emergency services to appropriate locations.
  • Make security rounds inside buildings on foot and outside of buildings in vehicle in accordance with established procedures.
  • Writes security reports for all calls and notes any observations.
  • Respond to after-hours maintenance calls.
  • Provide parking control for large events and facility lock-up for Community Center.
  • Deliver purchasing supplies to various campus areas as needed. Deliver inter-campus mail to appropriate buildings.
  • Drive security vehicle between facilities.

Position Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Valid Driver’s License. No moving violations within the last three (3) years.

Physical Requirements:

  • Frequent fingering, walking, sitting, talking, hearing and repetitive motions required.
  • Occasional reaching, kneeling, standing, pulling, lifting, grasping, feeling required.
  • Requires the ability to lift up to 25 pounds occasionally and up to 10 pounds frequently.
  • Requires the ability to see things clearly at 20 inches or less, as is common in visual inspection or computer work.

VP of Operations | Full Time (Days)

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  • Title

    VP of Operations

  • Shift

    Days

  • Status

    Full Time

Oak Grove a faith based, non-profit Continuing Care Living Community is seeking a VP of Operations for its Oak Grove campus in Demotte, IN. We are dedicated to providing our residence with the best living experience. The successful candidate will have a minimum of 3 years of experience in Long Term Care, preferable in supervisory capacity.

Responsibilities of the VP of Operations includes:

  • Providing day-to-day leadership throughout the campus
  • Fosters a culture continues quality improvement.
  • Keeps abreast of financial performance.
  • Serve as ambassador in the building the campus’s reputation in the community.
  • Ensures Developing policies and procedures.
  • Ensure facility operations is in compliance with all local, state and federal regulations.
  • Possesses a track record of developing a strong leadership team.
  • The ability to build a strong community with residence and team members.

Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in health care or related field required.
  • Master's degree preferred.
  • Three or more years of experience in Long Term Care, preferable in supervisory capacity
  • Licensed by the State of Indiana as a Nursing Home Administrator

Greencroft offers competitive benefits and compensation. If you are interested in joining the Greencroft Communities team, send your confidential resume to Jinny Longbrake at jinny.longbrake@greencroftcommunities.org

What's in it for you?

Resident and Team Member
Employment
  • Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) Program
  • Medical/Dental/Vision
  • Employee Paid Critical Illness
  • Life Insurance with Voluntary Options
  • Flexible Spending Account (Medical and Child Care)
  • 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan with Generous Employer Contribution
  • Meal Discounts
  • Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
  • Bi-weekly Payroll/Direct Deposit
  • Sign on Bonus

Educational
  • CNA Certification (Training Provided by Greencroft)
  • Leadership Development
  • Ongoing Education/Certification
  • Career Progression
  • Education Assistance Program

Testimonials

Here’s what our staff has to say.

  • Mario
    “The relationships you build with the residents – it's what sets [Greencroft] apart from other places.”

    Mario Director of Culinary Services

  • Megan
    “We work as a team. We help each other out. It just feels – like a family.”

    Megan RN Team Leader

Spotlight

Greencroft Goshen CROFT Week

CROFT Values Week

Greencroft Goshen team members dressed in red for the CROFT Value of Openness during CROFT Values Week. The CROFT Values we live out each day are: Creativity, Respect, Openness, Fairness and Teamwork.

Gina Martin

Employee Benevolence Fund

Gina Martin believes in paying it forward. She received help when she needed it, and now she helps others whenever she can. Gina began working for Greencroft five years ago. During her tenure, she experienced some personal problems of her own, including financial hardships. Her manager helped her apply for a gift from the Greencroft Goshen Employee Benevolence Fund. Each campus has its own fund, managed by the Greencroft Communities Foundation, and the process to apply is straightforward. To be eligible, an employee must have worked at Greencroft at least one year. They must be in good standing with no disciplinary actions or excessive absences. “I was so grateful,” Gina said. “It helped me climb out of a hole.”

CNA Life

Leading with careful consideration in service to others

 

Start your career as a Certified Nursing Assistant with us! You can look forward to enriching the lives of others by virtue of your compassion and responsiveness to help those with medical needs. A CNA is a vital asset to our caring Greencroft Goshen community.

As CNA you would provide high quality daily care to our residents. This includes bathing, dressing, feeding, taking and recording vital signs, as well as helping residents with activities of daily living.

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