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Occupational Therapist OT Full Time

Beaufont Health & Rehabilitation Centeris looking for a caring and dedicated Occupational Therapist who is licensed in Virginia and is searching for an opportunity to do meaningful work. This position is an opportunity to put a personal touch on improving the lives of others. Our team members experience the daily joy of enriching the lives of others, while building genuine relationships with patients and their families. Become part of an enthusiastic and committed team of rehab professionals who share their positive attitudes and compassionate hearts with every patient, family, and co-worker.

 

The Occupational Therapist evaluates residents, develops effective treatment plans, and obtains approval for service from the referring physician. Treats residents to the physician’s treatment plan. Participates in discharge planning, records evaluation, treatment, and charges. Screens residents for potential benefit from OT intervention.

 

Job Specific Duties:

• Screens, evaluates and develops programs for implementation for all patients as needed.
• Supervises Occupational Therapist Assistants and aides according to state guidelines.
• Develops effective occupational therapy treatment plans and goals to meet each patient’s needs.
• Collaborates/communicates effectively with other center team members to ensure optimal patient care and progress.
• Prioritizes responsibilities to ensure efficient clinical operations.
• Demonstrates ability and willingness to attain productivity benchmark.
• Completes documentation/billing timely, and accurately. Ensures MD orders are obtained according to company policy and procedure.

 

Skills and Abilities:

•Demonstrates excellent oral and written communication skills.
•Demonstrates effective problem-solving skills.

 

Requirements:

Occupational Therapists will hold licensure as outlined by the state Board of Occupational Therapy in the state of employment.

 

We offer a competitive rate of pay and a comprehensive benefits package for full time associates which include affordable health and dental insurance within 60-90 days of hire, paid time off, extra pay for holidays, and a 401k with company match.

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Occupational Therapy Assistant OTA Full Time

Beaufont Health & Rehabilitation Center in Richmond, Virginia is seeking a caring and dedicated Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA) to join an outstanding rehab team. Our therapists experience the daily joy of enriching the lives of others, while building genuine relationships with patients. Become part of an enthusiastic and dedicated team of professionals who share their positive attitudes and compassionate hearts with every patient, family, and co-worker.

The COTA is responsible for implementing treatment programs established by the Occupational Therapist in accordance with all state and federal regulations. They collaborate with facility staff to promote the highest practicable physical, mental and psychosocial well-being for the residents.

 

Skills and Abilities

  • Demonstrates excellent oral and written communication skills.
    Demonstrates effective problem-solving skills.
  • Occupational Therapy Assistants (COTA) will hold licensure as outlined by the Board of Occupational Therapy in the employment state.

Our Benefits Include:

  • Health, dental, vision and life insurance. Your well-being is important, and we value it.
  • Paid Time off, because as much as you love your job, we want you to also love having time to be you.
  • A 401K retirement plan. You are our company's future; let us help you take care of yours!

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Wound Care Nurse Registered Nurse

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES Make written and oral report/recommendations to the Director as necessary/required, concerning the operation of the nursing services department as it specifically relates to wound care coordination Periodically review the department’s policies, procedure manuals, your job description, etc., and make recommendations for revisions to the Director. Participate in facility surveys (inspections) made by authorized government agencies as requested by the Administrator or Director of Nursing services. Perform administrative duties such as completing medical forms, reports, evaluations, studies, charting, etc., as necessary Understands and complies with Corporate Compliance plan Participate in Quality Assurance Programs, and any other facility committee, or program which seeks to improve the performance and accuracy of resident care. Participate in facility focus group meetings as desired or requested Attends and participates in weekly wound care meetings Perform all assigned tasks according to our established policies and procedures, as your supervisors instruct them. Report all complaints and grievances made by the resident. Follow established personnel policies according to employee handbook and established policies and procedures. Develop and maintain a good working rapport with inter-departmental personnel, as well as other departments within the facility to ensure that services and activities can be adequately maintained to meet the needs of the residents. Responsible for accurate and timely documentation of wounds in the nurse’s notes at least weekly Responsible for all treatments required by licensed nurse on your shift and ensuring the wound care treatments are carried out at other times Evaluate high risk residents for pressure reduction intervention methods Conduct body assessments& documentation on all new admission per policy 

 

PREREQUISITES, SKILLS, & ABILITIES One year of previous long-term care experience is preferred. Wound care certification desirable. Active, unencumbered licensure as a Registered Nurse in the state of employment. Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong ability to make independent decisions and work without direct supervision. Ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government personnel, and the public. Must be knowledgeable of computer systems and applications. Knowledge of equipment used in long-term care (e.g., lifts, wheelchairs, Geri chairs, and scales). Must be able to move intermittently throughout the workday. Excellent customer service focus. 


PREREQUISITES, SKILLS, & ABILITIES One year of previous long-term care experience is preferred. Wound care certification desirable. Active, unencumbered licensure as a Registered Nurse in the state of employment. Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong ability to make independent decisions and work without direct supervision. Ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government personnel, and the public. Must be knowledgeable of computer systems and applications. Knowledge of equipment used in long-term care (e.g., lifts, wheelchairs, Geri chairs, and scales). Must be able to move intermittently throughout the workday. Excellent customer service focus. 

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Registered Nurse Educator

POSITION SUMMARY

The Staff Development Coordinator (SDC) is responsible for providing new hire orientation, annual followup training, and education in-service programs as needed for all staff. The SDC plans, organizes, 

implements, and coordinates the healthcare center’s nursing staff education programs. The SDC evaluates 

the educational needs of the healthcare center to ensure on-going continuing education and adherence to 

applicable required in-services. The SDC identifies, assesses, and implements in-service programs as 

needed regarding the satisfactory performance of clinical skills and knowledge.  

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Plans, implements, directs, and coordinates the orientation program for all new employees. 

Schedules ongoing coordinated educational in-services in accordance with company standards. 

Maintains Occupational Health and Safety (OSHA), medical, and educational records for all employees. 

Validates completion of competency validation record for all nursing personnel upon hire, annually, 

and as needed. 

Conducts and/or validates completion of medication pass observation and treatment observation for 

all nursing personnel upon hire, annually, and as needed. 

Coordinates and maintains CPR certifications for licensed nursing personnel. 

Monitors compliance with Relias online education requirements. 

Identify, develop, and implement in-service programs according to staff performance in order to 

correct identified needs. 

Ensures that educational programs are available on all shifts; maintains accurate records of all 

educational programs.

Collaborates with outside vendors and manufacturers for specific training needs. 

Coordinates withs nursing and/or nursing assistant programs for opportunities within the center. 

Attends corporate level education programs as indicated. 

Ensure compliance with company policies as well as all federal, state, and local regulations. 

Performs other duties as necessary for the successful operation of the healthcare center. 

 

PREREQUISITES, SKILLS, & ABILITIES

One year of experience in Infection Preventionist or related role.

Active, unencumbered licensure as a Registered Nurse in the state of employment. 

Completion or willingness to complete specialized training in infection prevention and control.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Strong ability to make independent decisions and work without direct supervision. 

Ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government personnel, 

and the public. 

Must be knowledgeable of computer systems and applications. 

Excellent customer service focus.  

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LPN House Supervisor (Retention Bonus)

Nursing is what we do! Beaufont Health & Rehabilitation Center is currently seeking an RN House Supervisor for our 120 bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation center in Richmond.

 

We're looking for caring, warm-hearted nurses who are seeking an opportunity to do meaningful work, an opportunity to put a personal touch on improving the lives of others. Our nurses experience the daily joy of enriching the lives of others, while building genuine relationships with patients and their families. Become part of an enthusiastic and dedicated team of professionals who share their positive attitudes and compassionate hearts with every patient, family, and co-worker.

 

The RN House Supervisor oversees the nursing department in the DON’s absence. The House Supervisor reviews staffing at the change of a shift and assigns and replaces staff to meet patient care needs. Completes patient care rounds. Coordinates admissions, transfers and /or discharges and ensures appropriate documentation. Assists in orientation of evening and night shift employees. Supervises and evaluates evening and night shift employees.

 

Qualified candidates will be a licensed RN and have a minimum of 3 years of experience as a nurse as well as experience in acute setting.

 

Our Benefits Include:

  • Health, dental, vision and life insurance. Your well-being is important, and we value it.
  • Paid Time off, because as much as you love your job, we want you to also love having time to be you.
  • A 401K retirement plan. You are our company's future; let us help you take care of yours!

 

Working for MFA at a LifeWorks Rehab and Skilled Nursing Center is no ordinary career. It takes pride and dedication. It takes a critical combination of technical skills balanced with people skills. Most of all it takes a unique person, with a caring heart and a passion for helping others. It's more than just a job...it's a calling.

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Registered Nurse Supervisor

Nursing is what we do! Beaufont Health & Rehabilitation Center is currently seeking an RN House Supervisor for our 120 bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation center in Richmond.

 

We're looking for caring, warm-hearted nurses who are seeking an opportunity to do meaningful work, an opportunity to put a personal touch on improving the lives of others. Our nurses experience the daily joy of enriching the lives of others, while building genuine relationships with patients and their families. Become part of an enthusiastic and dedicated team of professionals who share their positive attitudes and compassionate hearts with every patient, family, and co-worker.

 

The RN House Supervisor oversees the nursing department in the DON’s absence. The House Supervisor reviews staffing at the change of a shift and assigns and replaces staff to meet patient care needs. Completes patient care rounds. Coordinates admissions, transfers and /or discharges and ensures appropriate documentation. Assists in orientation of evening and night shift employees. Supervises and evaluates evening and night shift employees.

 

Qualified candidates will be a licensed RN and have a minimum of 3 years of experience as a nurse as well as experience in acute setting.

 

Our Benefits Include:

  • Health, dental, vision and life insurance. Your well-being is important, and we value it.
  • Paid Time off, because as much as you love your job, we want you to also love having time to be you.
  • A 401K retirement plan. You are our company's future; let us help you take care of yours!

 

Working for MFA at a LifeWorks Rehab and Skilled Nursing Center is no ordinary career. It takes pride and dedication. It takes a critical combination of technical skills balanced with people skills. Most of all it takes a unique person, with a caring heart and a passion for helping others. It's more than just a job...it's a calling.

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Infection Preventionist (RN nurse) (Retention Bonus)

POSITION SUMMARY

The Infection Preventionist works directly with all employees, patients, medical providers, and 

pharmacists to fully implement all aspects of the healthcare center’s Infection Prevention and Control 

Program which is designed to comply with all aspects of the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Centers for 

Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), and other 

federal and state guidelines for skilled nursing and long-term care providers. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Plans, implements, directs, and coordinates the healthcare center’s Infection Prevention and Control 

Program. 

Conducts compliance audits; provides supervision and training as necessary. 

Implements action plans to resolve areas of deficient practice.

Perform daily, weekly, and monthly infection control rounds and accurately record findings. 

Collect and analyze infection surveillance information for patients and employees. 

Manage the healthcare center’s Tuberculosis program. 

Ensures applicable transmission-based precautions are initiated, implemented, and communicated 

with the interdisciplinary team. 

Conducts, attends, and participates in orientation, training, and in-service programs. 

Coordinates and manages vaccine programs for patients and employees. 

Plans, implements, directs, and coordinates the healthcare center’s Antibiotic Stewardship Program. 

Participates in and provides appropriate reporting to the Quality Assurance committee as it relates to 

the healthcare center’s Infection Prevention and Antibiotic Stewardship Program. 

Attends corporate level education programs as indicated. 

Ensure compliance with company policies as well as all federal, state, and local regulations. 

Performs other duties as necessary for the successful operation of the healthcare center. 

 

PREREQUISITES, SKILLS, & ABILITIES

One year of experience in Infection Preventionist or related role.

Infection Control Practitioner Certification (CIC) preferred. 

Active, unencumbered licensure as a Registered Nurse in the state of employment. 

Completion or willingness to complete specialized training in infection prevention and control.

Thorough knowledge of standard methods and criteria for identifying health care associated 

infections using an approach that consists of surveillance, data collection, and trending for 

identification. 

Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Strong ability to make independent decisions and work without direct supervision. 

Ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government personnel, 

and the public. 

Must be knowledgeable of computer systems and applications. 

Excellent customer service focus.  

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LPN Charge Nurse (Retention Bonus) 12 hours shifts

Beaufont Health & Rehabilitation Center in Richmond is seeking LPNs for its 120 bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation center.

 

We're looking for caring, warm-hearted nurses who are seeking an opportunity to do meaningful work, an opportunity to put a personal touch on improving the lives of others. Our nurses experience the daily joy of enriching the lives of others, while building genuine relationships with patients and their families. Become part of an enthusiastic and dedicated team of professionals who share their positive attitudes and compassionate hearts with every patient, family, and co-worker.

 

The LPN supervises CNAs and provides direct patient care in accordance with state, federal and MFA guidelines. Provides general nursing care to patients in accordance with state and federal regulations and MFA nursing policy and procedures. Writes weekly/monthly summaries of patients’ status, abilities and addresses problems identified in the patient care plan for RN review.

 

Qualifications include but are not limited to:

Current license by the Virginia Board of Nursing to practice as a Licensed Practical Nurse.

One (1) year of previous nursing experience preferred. New Grads welcome to apply.

 

We offer a competitive rate of pay and a comprehensive benefits package for full time associates which include affordable health and dental insurance within 60-90 days of hire, paid time off, extra pay for holidays, and a 401k with company match.

Beaufont Health & Rehab now offering DAILY PAY through Viventium!

At MFA, our staff makes us who we are. We believe that the team who sticks togethers, wins together. Our support of each other and our community is what helps us deliver quality clinical outcomes without sacrificing stellar customer service.

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Occupational Therapy Assistant OTA PRN

Beaufont Health & Rehabilitation Center in Richmond, Virginia is seeking a caring and dedicated Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA) to join an outstanding rehab team. Our therapists experience the daily joy of enriching the lives of others, while building genuine relationships with patients. Become part of an enthusiastic and dedicated team of professionals who share their positive attitudes and compassionate hearts with every patient, family, and co-worker.

 

The COTA is responsible for implementing treatment programs established by the Occupational Therapist in accordance with all state and federal regulations. They collaborate with facility staff to promote the highest practicable physical, mental and psychosocial well-being for the residents.

 

Skills and Abilities

  • Demonstrates excellent oral and written communication skills.
    Demonstrates effective problem-solving skills.
  • Occupational Therapy Assistants (COTA) will hold licensure as outlined by the Board of Occupational Therapy in the employment state.

 

Our Benefits Include:

  • Health, dental, vision and life insurance. Your well-being is important, and we value it.
  • Paid Time off, because as much as you love your job, we want you to also love having time to be you.
  • A 401K retirement plan. You are our company's future; let us help you take care of yours!

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CNA Certified Nursing Assistant (DAILY Pay Available)

Beaufont Health & Rehabilitation Centerin Richmond, Virginia is seeking Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA). We are searching for caring, warm-hearted CNAs who are searching for an opportunity to do meaningful work, an opportunity to put a personal touch on improving the lives of others. We understand the demands of caring for others, and we consider it an honor. Our team members experience the daily joy of enriching the lives of others, while building genuine relationships with patients and their families. Become part of an enthusiastic and dedicated team of professionals who share their positive attitudes and compassionate heart with every patient, family, and co-worker.

 

The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) provides direct care to the residents of the health and rehabilitation center, assisting them in activities of daily living under the direction and supervision of a professional nurse. Those duties include but are not limited to: bathing, dressing, serves and collects food trays, feeds residents, measures and records weight, temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates, and food and fluid intake and output as directed.

 

Qualifications:

Must have current Virginia Nurse Aide license in good standing or be within 100 days of completion of state approved CNA course.

 

Our Benefits Include:

  • Health, dental, vision and life insurance. Your well-being is important, and we value it.
  • Paid Time off, because as much as you love your job, we want you to also love having time to be you.
  • A 401K retirement plan. You are our company's future; let us help you take care of yours!
  • Offering DAILY PAY through Viventium!

At the heart of everything we do is our "Commitment to Care, Passion for Caring" philosophy that touches everything we do. We believe that giving the best care requires knowing our patients as people, providing a more personal, rewarding experience for our patients and employees alike. If you have the "heart of a caregiver" and a dedication to exceptional customer service, we'd like to speak with you about our career opportunities.

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Registered Nurse (Retention Bonus) 12 hours shift

Nursing is what we do! Beaufont Health & Rehabilitation Centeris seeking an RN Charge Nurse for a 120 bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation center in Richmond.

We're looking for caring, warm-hearted nurses who are seeking an opportunity to do meaningful work, an opportunity to put a personal touch on improving the lives of others. Our nurses experience the daily joy of enriching the lives of others, while building genuine relationships with patients and their families. Become part of an enthusiastic and dedicated team of professionals who share their positive attitudes and compassionate hearts with every patient, family, and co-worker.

 

Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Provides direct care to patients and supervises and directs nursing staff in accordance with state, federal, and MFA guidelines.
  • Communicates patient status to the Unit Manager.
  • Assists in the supervision, orientation, and training of the nursing staff. Participates in the patient care planning conference with other disciplines.
  • Identifies patient goals and approaches.

 

Job qualifications include but are not limited to:

  • Current license with <state>Board of Nursing to practice as a Registered Nurse.
  • One (1) year of previous experience preferred.
  • Management/leadership experience preferred.
  • Requires frequent lifting (up to 50 pounds), bending, stooping, kneeling, etc.

 

Our Benefits Include:

  • Health, dental, vision and life insurance. Your well-being is important, and we value it.
  • Paid Time off, because as much as you love your job, we want you to also love having time to be you.
  • A 401K retirement plan. You are our company's future; let us help you take care of yours!

 

Working for MFA at a LifeWorks Rehab and Skilled Nursing Center is no ordinary career. It takes pride and dedication. It takes a critical combination of technical skills balanced with people skills. Most of all it takes a unique person, with a caring heart and a passion for helping others. It's more than just a job...it's a calling.

Apply Now

Why join our team?

Meaningful Work

Working with us is more than just a job – it is an opportunity to make a meaningful impact to improve the lives of others.

Excellent People

The daily experience of our patients and residents is defined by the daily interactions with our team. We take this responsibility very seriously, establishing a supportive environment for residents and employees alike.

Great Benefits

Our employees enjoy excellent pay, hours, health insurance, vacation time and growth opportunities, in addition to working alongside some of the most passionate and knowledgeable people in the industry.

Meet Some of Our Heroes

Felix Ahenkorah, LPN

"The company really means it when they say they want to help. I went from a CNA to an LPN. They give us the right tools and encouragement."

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Danielle Pace, RN/MDS Coordinator

"I definitely enjoy interacting with management. You're just not able to do that at a hospital. Here you work hand-in-hand with your management team and they are so helpful."

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Jim Morales, PT

"I had worked for several skilled nursing facilities before, but LifeWorks Rehab and its Centers are by far the best at getting the job done."

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