Careers

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Pastoral Care Office Assistant

Hours per pay period: 45 hours; Benefit eligible

Key skills:

  • Proficient/Advanced in technology use
  • Ability to find/maintain a musical rhythmic beat
  • Ability to build relationships quickly and be responsive to energy of client and music therapist
  • Comfortable appropriately touching residents

Essential duties and responsibilities:

  • Coordinating schedules and activities of the Pastoral Care Department, including liturgical, pastoral and music therapy sessions
  • Assisting the Music Therapist with delivery of the virtual sessions
  • Under the guidance of the Director of Mission Services, will ensure the delivery of pastoral presence to all residents and their loved ones, as well as staff
  • Providing amazing customer service to our internal and external customers

Director of Mission Integration and Pastoral Care

Hours per pay period: Full-time

Essential duties and responsibilities:

  • Assures that Mission and Core Value orientation and ongoing programs are provided for  Board members, management, staff, volunteers and others as appropriate
  • Provides leadership for planning and implementation of the Annual Mission and Heritage Week
  • Assures the presence of appropriate symbols and art that reflect the Catholic identity of the ministry; as well as the Felician identity
  • Prepares and recommends an annual budget for mission-related activities
  • Serves as a leader in preparation for and coordination of the Annual Sponsorship visit
  • Conducts a periodic ministry assessment (developed by Felician Services) that
  • Identifies the mission-related needs of the ministry and
  • Seeks feedback/evaluates the Mission programs and the integration of Mission and Core Values
  • Collaborates with and supports the ministry Administrator in the integration of the Mission and Core Values in the daily operations of the organization
  • Initiates and assures completion and implementation of the ministry’s Mission Integration Plan, supported by the Administrator and the Felician Services VP Mission Integration
  • Serves as a member of the ministry management team and collaborates in the integration of the Mission and Core Values in all aspects of operations (i.e., planning, policy development, leadership/staff development and finance/budget); regularly attends Board meetings
  • Assures management team agendas and decisions include a Mission and Core Values focus
  • Serves as a resource to the management team, providing perspectives from Catholic social teaching and moral tradition – raising value-based questions and concerns related to the ministry’s decision-making
  • Works with Human Resources to assure implementation of a Mission and Core Value-based performance management system
  • Serves as a resource to marketing and communications – assuring congruence with Mission and Core Values
  • Participates in Felician Services led formal learning opportunities and coaching that supports and enhances best practice e for integrating Mission and  Core Values in the operations of the ministry
  • Engages in opportunities to meet, collaborate and network with other Mission Leaders of Felician-sponsored ministries to:
    • Share learning
    • Integrate best practice
    • Develop supportive relationships

Qualifications: 

Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church.

Graduate degree in theology, pastoral ministry and the units of Clinical Pastoral Education .

Membership Program Supervisor

Hours per pay period: Full-time; Monday through Friday

  • Builds positive relationships with Felician Village Membership Program members and creates an effective system to stay abreast of their interests and needs via phone or personal visits, connecting members to membership program or community resources to meet needs/interests
  • Oversees the Membership program and continues to grow the program according to the business plan and budget
  • Assures best practices are followed in every aspect in order to limit risk to members and the organization at large. Assures all vendors have up to date liability insurance
  • Builds effective relationships with service providers and remains current as to offerings, pricing, technology, etc. Creates opportunities for vendors to provide education, discounts or special services to members
  • Oversees all aspects of the member service programs including the vendor program, Rise & Shine program, house check program, etc. Responds to calls or emails requesting services and follows up with member. Visits members as needed or requested to assist in assessing needs for services or referrals to community resources

Qualifications: 

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including presentation skills.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, Facebook and other social media.
  • Genuine interest in working with elderly; willingness to continually learn about aging.
  • Ability to plan, organize, prioritize, and meet deadlines
  • Ability to work independently and make sound decisions.

Culinary Waitstaff

These roles offer scheduling flexibility and a career path that offers great opportunities. Felician Village has been a part of the Manitowoc community for over 130 years and has received the Best of the Lakeshore honors for 13 straight years.

Some of the main job duties will include:

  • Taking food orders from residents
  • Delivering meals
  • Preparing dining trays in an efficient manner
  • Providing a high level of customer service

We offer a leadership team that loves to coach and develop our team mates and they strive to promote from within. We offer a career path that has advancement opportunities.

This role will work around your school commitments.

Director of Finance

Hours per pay period: Full-time

Requirements

  • 3 years of accounting leadership experience
  • Minimum of a Bachelor degree in Accounting
  • Experience with senior living or healthcare industry accounting preferred

Job Summary

The Director of Finance is responsible for all aspects of the accounting processes including financial reporting, general ledger, and the supporting subsidiary systems, processes, and internal controls associated with fixed assets, billing, accounts receivable and accounts payable.  The Director of Finance is also responsible for the timely filing of various local, State, and Federal reports associated with taxation, reimbursement, and regulatory compliance and provides oversight to Accounting, Business office staff and other staff as assigned.

Essential duties and responsibilities:

  • Functional Expertise and Leadership
  • Oversee all accounts, ledgers, and reporting systems ensuring compliance with appropriate GAAP standards and regulatory requirements.
  • Issue timely monthly financial reports for use by Felician Village Executives, Board of Directors, and various department heads
  • Account for:  General Ledger, General Ledger Transactions, Cash and Investments, Fixed  Assets/Capital Projects/Depreciation, Deferred Revenue/Entrance Fees/Amortization, Property Taxes and Excise Taxes Statistical and cost Analysis
  • Oversee daily functions relative to Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Payroll.
  • Manage and preparation annual Medicare and Medicaid cost reporting.
  • Represent at various meetings and functions and participate on committees as appropriate
  • Provides excellent service to all customers and continents of Felician Village.
  • Provide coaching, direction and leadership support in order to achieve business and customer results
  • Create, foster and promote a positive working environment ensuring high morale and staff retention

Housekeeping - Sign On Bonus!

Hours per pay period: Full-time and Part-time opportunities; Every other weekend and every other holiday.

Qualifications:

  • Is able to actively advocate within the Resident First philosophy
  • Must be able to use standard cleaning equipment
  • Initiative to determine cleaning needs
  • Prior housekeeping experience helpful but not required
  • Work well with others and maintain cooperative working relationship with co-workers
  • Work as a team player within department as well as with other departments
  • Ability to work independently when necessary and with little supervision
  • Must be able to communicate well and problem solve when necessary
  • Possess eye for detail
  • Ability to stay on task and complete tasks in allotted time
  • Ability to work every other weekend and holiday

Responsibilities:

  • Follow cleaning schedule (daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly as assigned and directed by Supervisor
  • Clean resident rooms including, but not limited to, bathrooms, toilets, sinks, fixtures, hard floors, carpeted floors, mirrors, light fixtures, windows, bed frames,  window treatments, pictures, walls,  furniture, baseboards, shelves, medicine cabinets
  • Dust, vacuum, wet mop, sweep,  and disinfect where necessary
  • Make beds daily; according to bath schedule or when necessary
  • Empty/clean/reline  waste baskets
  • Clean common areas including nursing stations, corridors, public restrooms, lounges, dining areas
  • Clean vacated rooms according to protocol and prepare for new occupant
  • Clean stairways, elevators, entrances, exits
  • Complete any necessary checklists, paperwork, etc.

Day Cook

Department: Culinary Services

Hours per pay period: Full-time and Part-time; Every other weekend and holiday

Responsibilities: 

  • Follows recipes and prepares meals according to an established menu
  • Assists with stocking, cleaning and following all safety/sanitation practices
  • The ideal candidate will have 1 – 3 years of experience in meal preparation
  • Excellent customer service skills is a must

RN/ LPN/ Med Tech

Department: Long Term Care

Shift: All shifts

Hours per pay period: Full-time and Part-time positions; SIGN-ON BONUS and incentive pay!

Responsibilities:

  • Completing assessments
  • Passing medications
  • Perform treatments - dressing changes, IVs
  • Contact with physicians, pharmacies and other providers with regard to processing orders
  • Mentor and direct the CNA staff

CNA

Shift: Weekday program and P.M.'s

Hours per pay period: Full-time, Part-time & Weekends; SIGN-ON BONUS!

Responsibilities:

  • Follow and understand residents' individualized care plans and standard of care protocol
  • Complete required chartering for residents
  • Reposition/transfer/lift residents in accordance with the required assist, or use of mechanical lifts/ stands as designated in their care plan
  • Abide by the Limited Lift Policy and all related nursing policies and procedures
  • Knowledge of procedure for bathing residents, provide oral hygiene for residents, assist with feeding, food preparation and activities

Qualifications:

  • Successful completion of the state/federally certified Nursing Assistant Training and Testing Program
  • Active on the Wisconsin State Nurses Aide Registry
  • Able to actively advocate within the Resident First philosophy
  • Must maintain 12 hours of in-service hours annually based on anniversary date
  • Ability to communicate and in writing with residents, co-workers, families and other staff
  • Ability to work cooperatively with other departments and other nursing staff
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize job responsibilities

Caregiver / Resident Assistant

Department: Assisted Living

Shift: Full-time, Part-time and weekends

Qualifications: 

  • Must enjoy working with the elderly
  • Flexible schedules, excellent pay
  • Prior CBRF experience preferred but not required
  • Staff in these positions care for the residents - no cooking or cleaning required
  • Benefits start at PT level
  • Sign on bonus available for experienced caregivers
Michael Hillmer
Michael Hillmer Director of Human Resources (920) 684-7171 ext. 293 Email Michael
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