Assistant Nurse Manager - Long Term Care
Rochester, New York
A career in long-term care provides meaningful relationships with residents and loved ones while improving their quality of life. Our collaborative team structures and flexible scheduling allow for work-life balance and overall job satisfaction.
We provide the tools, tuition, and guidance to allow our employees to grow from Licensed Practical Nurse all the way to leadership positions.
The Assistant Nurse Manager (ANM) is responsible for the clinical care to patients and direct oversight of day-to-day responsibilities of nursing team members. The ANM is the main contact for a variety of nursing functions in support of management and staff. Serves as a resource for clinical expertise and mentoring / coaching of staff. Facilitates the delivery of quality patient care through strong critical thinking skills, open communication, collaboration with the interdisciplinary health team, and leadership. The ANM drives the staff to provide an exceptional experience for the patient and family.
Robust Medical & Dental Benefits
Employee Referral Program
LOCATION: Unity Living Center (89 Genesee St, Rochester, NY 14611)
DEPARTMENT: Long Term Care
UNITY LIVING CENTER
Located in St. Mary’s Healthcare Campus in the City of Rochester, Unity Living Center is a 120-bed state-of-the-art skilled nursing facility. Unity Living Center focuses on providing treatment and rehabilitative care for patients with medically-complex needs, dementia and behavioral challenges; we offer a community-based approach to both long-term care and post-acute care.
AWARDS & RECOGNITION
Four-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (2020)
1-3 year’s experience as a Registered Nurse
Certification in area of specialty by a National Accrediting Organization preferred.
Performance Improvement. Demonstrates knowledge of evidence-based practice within practice area and identifies opportunities for performance improvement. Participates and utilizes the performance improvement process to improve clinical practice.
Responsibility. Assumes responsibility and accountability for oversight of nursing and non-nursing personnel on a unit
Communication. Demonstrates exceptional communication skills with team members and patients / families.
Leadership. In collaboration with the Nurse Manager/Director, investigates and resolves patient/family/significant other complaints. Provides leadership by delegating appropriate responsibilities to assigned nurses and ancillary personnel.
LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS RN - Registered Nurse - New York State Education Department (NYSED); BLS - Basic Life Support - American Heart Association (AHA)
Rochester Regional Health is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
Helping you grow
Discover all the ways Rochester Regional Health supports your professional development and personal growth in Long Term Care.
LPN Residency Program
A 12-month, accredited program designed to help all newly licensed nurses as they transition into clinical practice.
This program lets our nurses develop their clinical expertise while they form strong and lasting relationships with their peers.
We empower our nurses to develop professionally through advancement on our clinical ladder. In return for advancing, nurses receive monetary recognition with an add-on of up to $3.00 per/hr.
As a full-time employee, you can receive low or no cost tuition to advance your nursing degree. Assistance rates are:
Assistance rates are:
- LPN to ASN: $3,000
Find Your Way
Rochester Regional Health makes finding the career path that is right for you our top priority. Learn more about the programs we have developed to help you build a successful and fulfilling nursing career.
Rochester Regional Health nurses are automatically enrolled in our fully accredited 12-month Nurse Residency program, allowing you to learn alongside knowledgeable professionals and while taking one of two paths:
Paid Training Program
- Excel Nursing Program
- Explore Nursing Program
- New Graduate Nursing Fellowships
Bedside on Expansive Specialty Units
- Acute Medicine
Following your residency and with the guidance of our skilled leadership team, you will have the opportunity to select the career path that interests you, including these common paths:
Become a specialist within the expansive specialty unit that you are most passionate about, including:
- Long Term Care
- Short-term rehabilitation
- Long-term rehabilitation
- Joint replacement and complex fracture recovery
- Complex Wound Care Respite Care
- IV Therapy
- Pain Management
- Respiratory Therapy
- Hospice Care
- Respite Care
- Pain Management
- Speech, Physical and occupational therapy
- Transitional Services
- Neurobehavioral care
- Post-acute Care
- Ventilator Care
- Orthopedic Rehab
- Peritoneal Dialysis and Hemodialysis
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