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Senior Living Properties LLC ACTIVITY DIRECTOR in Mineola, Texas

Under the supervision of the Administrator, the Activities Director develops, coordinates and implements activity programs for the personal enjoyment and benefit of the residents in accordance with current federal, state and local standards to ensure the spiritual, emotional, recreational and social needs of residents are met on an individual basis. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: In facilities with sixty (60) or more residents, the Activities Director must work a minimum of thirty (30) hours per week, in facilities with less than sixty (60) residents, the Activities Director will be required to work a minimum of twenty (20) hours per week Coordinate and follow a calendar of activities based on the residents’ recreational needs including arranging, scheduling and supervising activities including games, plays, parties, sewing, picnics, shopping, walking, reading, movies, trips, puzzles, grooming, gardening, group discussions, crafts, art and other forms of recreation Physically transport residents to/from rooms as required and encourage resident participation in activities Responsible for the care, storage and safekeeping of facility recreational equipment and developing and maintaining a system for resident use of recreational equipment Responsible for recruitment, selection, orientation and daily supervision of activity staff and volunteers in conjunction with the Administrator Record and report resident participation in clinical charts and prepare, review and update plans for each resident for surveys as required and needed to identify and update activities for the residents’ personal well-being Identify and monitor social, recreational and emotional needs of residents through routine interviews, visits and consultations with the resident, facility personnel and family members and promptly report to appropriate nursing authority any changes in resident conditions Ensure established safety rules and regulations are observed at all times and promptly report accidents, incidents, unsafe and hazardous conditions and/or equipment to the Administrator Participate in in-service training to maintain skills competence as necessary Other duties as assigned SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS: Must possess, or be eligible to obtain, the qualifications outlined in the state and federal regulations Must be able to relate positively to residents and families and work cooperatively with other employees Must be capable of maintaining regular attendance, capable of working evenings and/or weekends and overtime hours as necessary Physical and Sensory Requirements (with or without accommodation): Walking, reaching, climbing, bending, lifting, grasping, fine hand coordination, pushing and pulling, ability to read and write, ability to communicate both verbally and in writing with residents, families, personnel, vendors and consultants, ability to remain calm under stress Must meet all local health regulations, and successfully complete a post-offer health assessment Must be capable of performing the essential functions of this job, with or without reasonable accommodation