Welcome and thank you for your interest in becoming a part of the CHI Living Communities team!

Our employees are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of older adults in our faith based senior living communities across the country.

CHI Living Communities is looking for individuals that will live and reflect our core values of reverence, integrity, compassion, and excellence. Campuses are located in Colorado, Iowa, Kentucky, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon and Wisconsin

Our residents and our employees both agree that home is truly here for all who reside, work, and visit.

 

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Billing Coordinator

Dayton Area

St. Leonard

The Billing Coordinator is responsible for accurately and timely billing resident accounts, including daily census changes, ancillary entry, cash receipt posting, and monthly statements. The Billing Coordinator is also responsible for account follow ups, collections, monthly coinsurance billing, and assisting other billing staff as needed. An understanding of Medicare, Medicaid, Hospice, and insurance-related billing is required.

Requirements:

Associates degree in accounting preferred with 2 years minimum experience. Health care or long-term accounting experience preferred. Please include cover letter and resume. Qualified candidates must be committed to our wellness philosophy and CHI values and possess an engaging personality.

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Dining Attendant

Dayton Area

St. Leonard

As a Dining Attendant you will assist in preparing and delivering residents trays and table setting by placing silverware, napkins, placemats on table and on trays.

You can also expect to:

  • Restock and keep coffee cart clean, set up coffee cart and make coffee
  • Fill condiment containers for each cart, and keep condiment filled in dining room
  • Restock milk cooler in Dining Room after each meal and keeps cooler clean
  • Take tray carts to dining rooms, cup racks and glass racks
  • Assist in serving residents trays in dining room when needed
  • Operate dishwasher to ensure thorough cleaning of silverware and utensils using proper washing procedure
  • Empty and store clean dishware and utensils in proper places     
  • Remove soiled dishes from dining room and brings to dishwashing area
  • Monitor and record dishwasher temperatures
  • Keep all equipment, working areas and floors clean and orderly as per cleaning schedule
  • Wipe off tray cards and place in proper order for next meal service
  • Report any needed supplies, faulty looking equipment, accidents, problems, etc…
  • Sweep floor daily, wash mats and wash floors when needed
  • De-lime dish machine (1) day a week
  • Fill in for Cold Prep Dietary Aide as needed
  • Any other duties as assigned by management
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Housekeeping Aide

Dayton Area

St. Leonard

St. Leonard, a CHI Living Community is currently seeking Full Time Housekeeper.  This position is five days (7:30am to 3:30pm) per week and requires working every other weekend.  

 

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Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN

Dayton Area

St. Leonard

Under supervision of the Registered Nurse, the Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) provides resident care in accordance with the Ohio Nurse Practice Act.  The LPN is responsible for utilizing principles of the nursing process in carrying out delegated aspects of care for both residents and families.  The goal of resident care shall be toward restoring and maintaining each resident’s identified capabilities at their maximum mental and physical level. Supports the philosophy, mission and core values of St. Leonard.

 

Department:    Nursing
Reports to:      Unit Manager

Essential Job Specific Duties/Responsibilities

 

  1. Maintains effective communication with residents, families, staff and physicians.
    1. Responsible for daily shift documentation including head to toe review of skilled residents.
    2. Functions in a calm and positive manner in an emergency or crisis situation.
    3. Communicated consistently with the RN Unit Manager; reports pertinent concerns/issues to RN Unit Manager.
    4. Places necessary calls for families and physicians. Demonstrates appropriateness of faxing vs. phone calls to physicians.
    5. Communicates appropriately with physicians; makes rounds with physicians in absence of RN Unit Manager or as delegated by RN Unit Manager. Utilizes physician file appropriately.
    6. Reviews and teaches resident and family about pain management, including pain-rating scales and goal setting; importance of aggressive, preventive pain treatment; analgesic misconceptions; and plan for pain management.
    7. Assists RN in developing, implementing and evaluating teaching plan to meet learning needs of residents and families.
  1. Documents in accordance with nursing policies and procedures.
    1. Documentation reflects interventions and resident response; resident/family teaching documented in Nursing Notes and Resident Plan of Care.
    2. Accurately records review of physiological and mental dimensions of residents, including pain review.
    3. Monthly summary completed accurately and timely utilizing resident plan of care.  Plan of Care and Resident Care Card updated/revised monthly and as necessary.
    4. Skin integrity reviews accurately reflect resident and are completed weekly.
    5. Documents resident response to non-pharmacological strategies to promote pain relief and resident response to analgesics.
    6. Documents, at time of service, all medications and treatments administered.
    7. Documents in EMR accurately and timely.
  1. Responds to resident needs with appropriate interventions with the licensure of an LPN.
    1. Provides nursing interventions according to the written plan of care.
    2. Gives and receives a thorough report to/from oncoming nurse.
    3. Monitors work performance of nurse assistants. Make frequent rounds throughout shift.
    4. Suggests appropriate ways to solve problems and make improvements on the unit(s).
    5. Provides hands-on direct care; including ADL’s and treatments as necessary. Able to delegate specific nursing tasks appropriately to STNA’s, excluding anything that requires nursing judgments.
  1. Performs activities related to medications and treatments in accordance with facility policies and procedures.
    1. Safely administers medications and treatments ordered by the physician.
    2. Maintains control of scheduled drugs and all drugs in medicine cart; monitors for discrepancies and reports promptly to RN Unit Manager.
    3. Keeps medication cart key-locked when not within eye view of nurse.
    4. Appropriately records and orders medications from the pharmacy.
    5. Monitors for and reports Adverse Drug Reactions appropriately.

In addition to the essential job specific duties listed above, the Licensed Practical Nurse shall be required to perform all duties (essential and non-essential) in a manner consistent with the mission statement and core values (reverence, service and stewardship) of St. Leonard and will be evaluated on such basis.  Furthermore, every employee must abide by all campus, departmental and safety policies, rules and regulations.

St. Leonard has the right to change the job specific duties and specifications required for the position of Licensed Practical Nurse from time to time without prior notice.

 

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Maintenance Technician I

Dayton Area

St. Leonard

Department:    Maintenance
Reports to:      Director of Facilities

Essential Job Specific Duties/Responsibilities

  • Responsible for keeping plumbing systems and fixtures in good working order.
  • Shall perform maintenance, repair and installation of electrical systems and components.
  • Shall perform maintenance, repair and installation of HVAC equipment and systems and refrigeration.
  • Shall perform maintenance, repair and installation of appliances.
  • Shall perform tasks of general maintenance

In addition to the essential job specific duties listed above, the Maintenance Technician shall be required to perform all duties (essential and non-essential) in a manner consistent with the mission statement and core values (reverence, service and stewardship) of St. Leonard and will be evaluated on such basis.  Furthermore, every employee must abide by all campus, departmental and safety policies, rules and regulations.

St. Leonard has the right to change the job specific duties and specifications required for the position of Maintenance Technician from time to time without prior notice.  

 

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Registered Nurse - RN

Dayton Area

St. Leonard

St. Leonard is seeking energetic dedicated Registered Nurses with excellent clinical skills and bedside manner.  

Full-time and Part-time positions available first shift, second shift and third shift and includes working every other weekend and some holidays.  

Our nurses are valued leaders of our health care team providing the highest quality professional nursing care, specializing in short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing.  They are dedicated to improving our patient's health and quality of life.  Excellent wage and benefit package.  

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Resident Assistant - Full Time

Dayton Area

St. Leonard

As a Resident Assistant in our Assisted Living community you will provide direct and indirect care to residents under nurse supervision. Assists in activities of daily living (ADLs) to meet each resident’s needs and you can also expect to assist with:

  • Feeding and assistance with eating
  • Bathing and weighing
  • Dressing
  • Oral hygiene
  • Nail, hair, skin care and shaving
  • Toileting
  • Restorative Nursing: ROM, ambulation, positioning, splint application
  • Prevent spread of infection by consistent hand washing, standard precautions and identified isolation procedures in accord with policy and procedure
  • Inform residents of procedure and outcome prior to providing care services
  • Report to staff nurse any unusual behavior or change in resident's condition
  • Monitor and document temperatures, appetite, intake and output as assigned. Weigh residents and record outcomes (Hoyer scale, free-standing, stand or sit scale) on proper forms
  • Use transfer equipment for both resident safety and that of your own: Sit-to-Stand lifts, Mechanical Lifts, and in-bed transfer hardware, gait belts, and bath lifts
  • Consistently use best practice body mechanics during lifting and handling for your safety and that of residents and ask for help in handling when you are in need
  • Watch resident for changes in skin condition, injuries, appetite, emotional needs and other aspects. Report changes to the nurse or supervisor. Take vital signs as directed and record them.
  • Use time effectively to accomplish assigned cares for a group of residents
  • Review daily report on assigned residents for their condition and required cares. Use care plan and Resident Information Sheets to maintain current information on resident.
  • Perform utility work for residents' comfort and facility neatness and cleanliness:
    • Change bed linens
    • Keep closets, dressers, bedside cabinets
    • Clean and properly maintain sanitation and tub rooms
    • Separate soiled clothing, linens, and disposables
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Resident Assistant - Part-Time

Dayton Area

St. Leonard

The DayAway Resident Assistant is responsible for providing assistance with personal care and activities for physically and cognitively impaired program participants. The DayAway Resident Assistant may care for the following age-specific populations: adults and older adults.

Essential Job Specific Duties/Responsibilities

  1. Assists with participant’s personal care and activities of daily living needs which may include, but are not limited to: eating, walking, getting out of a chair, dressing and assisting with the bathroom.
  2. Assists the DayAway Manager in planning and conducting a variety of activities and/or crafts tailored to meet the individual needs and interests of participants.
  3. Assists with the preparation of meals and snacks.
  4. Responsible for maintaining a safe, organized, clean and smooth running environment within the Adult Day Program facility.
  5. Interacts effectively within multi-disciplinary team.

In addition to the essential job specific duties listed above, the DayAway Resident Assistant shall be required to perform all duties (essential and non-essential) in a manner consistent with the mission statement and core values (reverence, service and stewardship) of St. Leonard and will be evaluated on such basis. Furthermore, every employee must abide by all campus, departmental and safety policies, rules and regulations.

St. Leonard has the right to change the job specific duties and specifications required for the position of DayAway Resident Assistant from time to time without prior notice.

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Security Officer

Dayton Area

St. Leonard

The Security Officer is responsible for the security and safety of all residents, staff and employees. Security Officers monitor all emergency and life safety systems. Security also provides help and contacts for after-hours for Maintenance and other departments.                                             

Essential Job Specific Duties/Responsibilities

  1. Responsible for knowledge of campus activities, departments.
  2. Responsible for building safety and security.
  3. Responsible for greeting visitors and guests in person and on telephone.
  4. Responsible for responding to Independent residents’ emergencies and filling out incident reports.

 

In addition to the essential job specific duties listed above, the Security Officer shall be required to perform all duties (essential and non-essential) in a manner consistent with the mission statement and core values (reverence, service and stewardship) of St. Leonard and will be evaluated on such basis.  Furthermore, every employee must abide by all campus, departmental and safety policies, rules and regulations.

St. Leonard has the right to change the job specific duties and specifications required for the position of Security Officer from time to time without prior notice.

 

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State Tested Nursing Assistant - 2nd Shift

Dayton Area

St. Leonard

Qualified candidates will be able to demonstrate a daily commitment to St. Leonard core values of Reverence, Service, and  Stewardship. The candidate will be dependable with an outstanding ability to multi-task. 

Department: Skilled Nursing Certified Nurse Assistant 

Major responsibilities include but are not limited to the following functions:

  • Promotes the values and practices of Person-Centered Care throughout daily life in the household.
  • Encourages and assists all residents in achieving spiritual well-being and an optimum quality of life.
  •  Performs all essential responsibilities of a STNA
  • Attends to all resident personal care needs, including but not limited to,grooming, hygiene, dining and nutrition, mobility, toileting, psychosocial and safety needs. Supports residents in self-care and provides care as necessary for those unable to care for their own needs. Responds to residents’ requests, including call lights, in a timely manner.
  • Regularly checks and provides appropriate physical care for all residents; observes all typical /normal needs of residents as well as any unusual changes.
  • Reports immediately any changes in physical or mental functioning or special needs to charge nurse.
  • Reports verbal/non-verbal complaints of pain to charge nurse immediately
  • Complies with all computerized medical records documentation and implementation, including updating daily care and resident-related information as required by federal and state regulations.
  • Provides ROM exercises as directed.
  • Assists and encourages residents to participate in activities both inside and outside the household.
  • Provides light housekeeping, activities, and dietary duties as necessary.
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State Tested Nursing Assistant - Full Time

Dayton Area

St. Leonard

Qualified candidates will be able to demonstrate a daily commitment to St. Leonard core values of Reverence, Service, and  Stewardship. The candidate will be dependable with an outstanding ability to multi-task. 

Department: Skilled Nursing Certified Nurse Assistant 

Major responsibilities include but are not limited to the following functions:

  • Promotes the values and practices of Person-Centered Care throughout daily life in the household.
  • Encourages and assists all residents in achieving spiritual well-being and an optimum quality of life.
  •  Performs all essential responsibilities of a STNA
  • Attends to all resident personal care needs, including but not limited to, grooming, hygiene, dining and nutrition, mobility, toileting, psychosocial and safety needs. Supports residents in self-care and provides care as necessary for those unable to care for their own needs. Responds to residents’ requests, including call lights, in a timely manner.
  • Regularly checks and provides appropriate physical care for all residents; observes all typical /normal needs of residents as well as any unusual changes.
  • Reports immediately any changes in physical or mental functioning or special needs to charge nurse.
  • Reports verbal/non-verbal complaints of pain to charge nurse immediately
  • Complies with all computerized medical records documentation and implementation, including updating daily care and resident-related information as required by federal and state regulations.
  • Provides ROM exercises as directed.
  • Assists and encourages residents to participate in activities both inside and outside the household.
  • Provides light housekeeping, activities, and dietary duties as necessary.
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State Tested Nursing Assistant - Part-Time

Dayton Area

St. Leonard

Qualified candidates will be able to demonstrate a daily commitment to St. Leonard core values of Reverence, Service, and  Stewardship. The candidate will be dependable with an outstanding ability to multi-task. 

Department: Skilled Nursing Certified Nurse Assistant 

Major responsibilities include but are not limited to the following functions:

  • Promotes the values and practices of Person-Centered Care throughout daily life in the household.
  • Encourages and assists all residents in achieving spiritual well-being and an optimum quality of life.
  •  Performs all essential responsibilities of a STNA
  • Attends to all resident personal care needs, including but not limited to,grooming, hygiene, dining and nutrition, mobility, toileting, psychosocial and safety needs. Supports residents in self-care and provides care as necessary for those unable to care for their own needs. Responds to residents’ requests, including call lights, in a timely manner.
  • Regularly checks and provides appropriate physical care for all residents; observes all typical /normal needs of residents as well as any unusual changes.
  • Reports immediately any changes in physical or mental functioning or special needs to charge nurse.
  • Reports verbal/non-verbal complaints of pain to charge nurse immediately
  • Complies with all computerized medical records documentation and implementation, including updating daily care and resident-related information as required by federal and state regulations.
  • Provides ROM exercises as directed.
  • Assists and encourages residents to participate in activities both inside and outside the household.
  • Provides light housekeeping, activities, and dietary duties as necessary.
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