Solheim Senior Community is a 4-level of care, retirement community that has been located in lovely Eagle Rock for over 90 years. We have a full-time opening for an RCFE Nurse Manager. This position will have supervisory responsibility for the overall daily clinical operations of the Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFE), which includes Residential, Assisted Living and Memory Care levels of care. Responsibilities include the following: effectively assess, plan, implement, evaluate and coordinate nursing services that result in the provision of effective and high quality care for our residents. Ensure staff compliance with Federal, State and other regulations. Ensure staff compliance and participation in the promotion of the Mission, Vision and Wellness philosophies. Please complete an application on line at www.solheimsenior.org.
Qualified candidates must have the following: Graduate of an accredited nursing school and currently licensed as an RN to practice in the State of California, at least two years experience in a Long Term Care Facility or equivalent management experience.
Solheim Senior Community is a non-profit, standalone, continuing care retirement community (CCRC) and a respected member of the Eagle Rock community of northeast Los Angeles. Solheim provides a continuum of four levels of licensed care, with a total of 187 beds in independent and assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing. It also offers an award-winning wellness program and a newly opened ...rehab center. Solheim’s staff of 180 (with an average tenure of nine years) is the source of its reputation for superb care and a deeply felt sense of caring community.
Founded in 1923 by Norwegian Lutherans, Solheim is open to all faiths but retains its distinctive Christian character and is home to its own Lutheran (ELCA) church congregation. It is governed a by 14-member board of directors and has an annual operating budget of $11.55 million. For the past several years, Solheim has pursued development of a master plan for the phased improvement of its aging 2.5-acre campus. The board is now shaping plans for phase one, the development of 60 new memory care beds (for a net gain of 15 beds) on an adjacent parcel purchased in 2006.