Job Opportunities

The following employment opportunities are now available, please click on one of the selections below to learn more:

+ Director of Purchasing

SUMMARY:

Direct and manage the day to day operations of the purchasing function in order to provide an adequate flow of products, equipment and services to supply Wesbury’s needs. Negotiate and analyze contract pricing thru our Group Purchasing Organization and thru the Purchasing Committee thus providing Wesbury with the lowest possible costs while ensuring quality products.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Negotiate and maintain contracts with vendors and utility companies.
  • Organize the Purchasing function to ensure routine daily functions and proper procedure for requesting and ordering materials and equipment for the facility.
  • Oversee the distribution of materials in an orderly and precise manner.
  • Work closely with nursing and other departments to ensure inventories are at acceptable levels
  • Establish and maintain measurable performance metrics
  • Reduce costs where possible while ensuring quality products.
  • Ensure all vendors and suppliers meet service benchmarks, and perform ongoing evaluation of vendors and suppliers.
  • Conduct annual performance appraisals for department employees.
  • Supervise and direct departmental employees and discipline when necessary while coordinating with Human Resources.

QUALIFICATIONS NECESSARY TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

5 or more years of experience in a Purchasing/Materials Management role in a Long-Term Care, Healthcare, or Rehabilitation setting.

Bachelor’s degree in business or sufficient equivalent experience in Materials Management or related field.

Must be detail-oriented while being able to step back and identify processes needing improvement, and to recommend improvements

A self-starter that can multi-task and prioritize, with awareness of deadlines

Strong computer skills and have working experience using software used in Materials Management; especially excel. Ability to learn new programs easily

Job Type: Full-time

Experience: Purchasing: 1 year (Preferred)

+ Licensed Cosmetologist

Provide residents with hair care services as requested by residents and/or responsible parties. Keep a clean and sanitary shop environment in accordance with all Pennsylvania Cosmetology Laws.

Must love to interact with elderly as you will be providing services to Independent living residents, as well as Assisted living residents and skilled.

*This is a per diem position.
*No evenings, weekends or holidays

Job Type: Part-time

License:

  • Current PA Cosmetology License (Preferred)

+ Life Enrichment Aide

Per Diem: Flexible schedule

JOB SUMMARY:

The Activity Assistant will assist in planning, coordinating, and implementing therapeutic activity programs on a daily basis to meet the individual elder’s needs and interests. They will assess elder’s activity participation on an on-going basis to monitor the effectiveness of the program.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: (Please number)

  1. Lead planned activities (usually 2-3 per day), using materials and equipment provided.
  2. Plan, compile, and distribute a monthly activity calendar that reflects the needs and interests of the residents on the respective neighborhood.
  3. Provide one-to-one visits with residents as scheduled. These visits may include reminiscing, sensory stimulation, socialization, and educational activities.
  4. Attend all mandatory in-services, training, meetings, and seminars as directed by supervisor.
  5. Attend weekly activity staff and care plan meetings.
  6. Maintain bulletin board on respective neighborhood and ensure that information is current, accurate and organized.
  7. Encourage residents to participate in activities and/or events by informing them daily of recreational opportunities.
  8. Escort/transport residents to and from events and activities.
  9. Must have a flexible work schedule (i.e. some nights, weekends, and holidays).
  10. Complete all relevant documentation (MDS interviews, progress notes, care plan notes, and initial assessments) in an accurate and timely fashion.
  11. Interact with staff, elders, family members, and volunteers in a professional manner.
  12. Act as an advocate and observe elder rights at all times by maintaining confidentiality and privacy of personal elder information.
  13. Work in collaboration with nursing and other departments to achieve team based quality results.
  14. Provide activities both in and outside of the facility that promote person-centered events.
  15. Assess all new admissions to the facility.
  16. Maintain an activity care plan for all elders and ensure that activity goals are met.
  17. Coordinate with the Director of Activities and Volunteer Services for special events as needed.
  18. Report to the Director of Activities regarding any changes with the elder’s health and participation.
  19. Assist in maintaining inventory and ordering supplies.
  20. Abide by all policies and procedures within the facility
  21. All other duties as assigned.

NON-ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  1. Ensure all elders receive the daily mail
  2. Maintain the well-being of facility pets.
  3. Ability to operate audio/visual equipment.
  4. Ability to drive the van, lift bus, pick-up truck, or any of the other fleet vehicles for outings and special events.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Working as an activity assistant presupposes performing one’s duties in a wide range of settings. If an event is going to take place outdoors, then an activity assistant might work outdoors for long periods of time, irrespective of the weather. The majority of the work will be performed indoors with long periods of sitting and standing.

QUALIFICATIONS NECESSARY TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Educational Qualifications:

  • High School diploma
  • Must be computer literate and have experience with word processing, publishing, and email programs.

Basic Skills:

  • Dependability, punctuality, creativity, enthusiasm, affection, flexibility, and patience.
  • Must possess excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, including the ability to listen effectively.

Inter-personal Skills:

  • Sensitivity to needs interests, and abilities of elders in an effort to promote the highest levels of independent functioning.
  • Ability to organize, supervise, and direct others; assume and delegate responsibility; accept advice and consultation.
  • Ability to work as a team player while promoting positive and cooperative relationships with elders, staff, family members, volunteers and the community.

Mental Skills:

  • Moderately complex problem solving, excellent safety judgment, have good short and long term memory.
  • Good organizational and planning skills.
  • Desire to serve others and possess the emotional stability to accept and handle problems on a daily basis.

Sensory Skills:

  • Constant use of sight, hearing, and speech for reading, identification, and communication.
  • Intermittent use of touch.

Physical Demands:

  • Direct participation in fine and gross motor skills.
  • Performance of a medium level of physical work; pushing, pulling, lifting, bending, kneeling, standing, sitting, carrying, stooping, reaching.
  • Move residents, tables, and chairs, exerting twenty pounds of force on a frequent basis, and fifty pounds of force on an occasional basis.

SUPERVISION GIVEN:

Responsible for supervising volunteers.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:

Reports to the Director of Activities and Volunteer Services.

 

 


+ Laundry

  • Part-time Laundry position available

JOB SUMMARY:

Performs all laundering activities of resident bed linen and personal linen within established guidelines. Follows set policies and procedures to ensure all linen is laundered to meet the personal needs and comfort of the resident.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  1. Sort soiled linen while wearing proper protective equipment.
  2. Load washers with proper amount of linen while wearing proper protective equipment.
  3. Start washer on proper washing cycle.
  4. Remove clean laundry from washer, place in cart and transport to dryer.
  5. Place clean laundry in dryer and select proper drying cycle.
  6. Remove laundry from dryer and place in cart and transport to folding room.
  7. Fold laundry according to department policy and procedure.
  8. Place clean folded laundry into and onto carts for transportation to designated area.
  9. Transport clean linen to designated area via cart or rack.
  10. Sort personal linen and ready for transport.
  11. Hand iron resident personal linen or other items that may need ironed.
  12. Transport personal linen to residents.
  13. Launder all table linens.
  14. Fold or mangle table linens, place on hanger and hang in designated area.
  15. Report equipment malfunctions to manager.
  16. Adhere to all department policies and procedures.
  17. Attend meetings and training as directed by manager.
  18. Other duties as assigned.

NON-ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  1. May be required to work over time or on scheduled day off to help cover when short staffed.
  2. Assist with fire drills at Cribbs.
  3. Adhere to all Wesbury policies and procedures.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Works in a clean, well heated, well cooled, well lighted, and well ventilated area of the facility. Repeated bending, squatting, stooping, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, and pulling are required. Exposure to infectious diseases and infectious waste through soiled linens.

QUALIFICATIONS NECESSARY TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

High school graduate or equivalent. Must be able to read schedules, instructions on equipment, and labels on laundry chemicals. Must be able to answer the phone and write/leave messages for co-workers and staff. Must be able to perform the physical requirements of the position. Ability to work with co-workers and other staff. Treat all residents, co-workers, and Wesbury staff with care and respect. Protect resident confidentiality by not sharing information outside of the workplace. Must adhere to all Wesbury personnel policies as they apply to the workplace.


+ Dietary

+ Dietary Aide

  • Full-time and Part-time Dietary Aide to work days, evenings, and weekends at Grace Rehabilitation and Health Center.

+ Cook

  • Full-time Cook (11:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.), Part-time Cook (11:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.) at Grace Rehabilitation and Health Center.

+ Cook Helper

  • Part-time Cook Helper (11:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.) at Grace Rehabilitation and Health Center.

+ Help at Home with Wesbury Positions

+ Home Health Registered Nurse

The Home Health Registered Nurse (RN) will provide one on one skilled nursing care and treatment to patients in their home using a comprehensive and patient specific care plan and innovative solutions. The RN will have the opportunity to spend quality time with the patient, in their own home, to promote their health and independence. This position will have autonomy in addition to the support and collaboration of a team of healthcare professionals.


Companion Aide for Care Cottages in Titusville

As we continue to expand the options available to seniors in the community, so does our need for quality compassionate individuals to provide care.  Your role will be to provide assistance to three seniors living in a home setting. These positions are full-time, part-time and per diem.


Companion Aide for Care Cottages in Meadville

As we continue to expand the options available to seniors in the community, so does our need for quality compassionate individuals to provide care. Your role will be to provide assistance to three seniors living in a home setting. These positions are full-time, part-time and per diem.


Help at Home Companions

Wesbury’s Help at Home Companions care for elderly, convalescent, or disabled persons in client’s homes by assisting with Activities of Daily Living, Instrumental Activities of Daily Living and attending to their personal needs and comfort.

+ Nursing Staff

RN Supervisor: M-F 3rd Shift Full Time

To direct the nursing care of the residents and ensure that quality care is provided in an efficient and safe manner consistent with the facility’s standards, policies and procedures and regulatory requirements, to plan, organize, implement and evaluate resident care and nursing services in all nursing neighborhoods. Supervise and mentor employees.

LPN Positions Available – Long-term Care

Openings

  • Part-time Wound Team/Floor LPN
  • Part-time 2nd Shift LPN
  • Part-time 3rd Shift LPN
  • Full-time 2nd Shift LPN
  • Full-time 3 Shift LPN (Primarily M-F)

Wesbury has an immediate need for LPN’s to work in our Memory Support, Rehab, and Long-term Care Units. We can accommodate full-time and part-time scheduling for, split first and second shift, and second and third shift positions.

CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) – Full-time & Part-time, PCA (Personal Care Aide) – Part-time

Wesbury is seeking compassionate, highly motivated Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) for full-time and part-time, 2nd and 3rd shifts at Grace Rehabilitation and Health Center and Cribbs Residential Center.