Why go to work when you can go home?
At The Good Samaritan Home, our goal is simple: be the best senior care provider in the community. Our dedication to our employees allows us to establish excellence standards and high expectations.
Our “Home” is built upon our Christian values and our Mission. We emphasize exceeding customer service expectations in all areas, including resident activities, fine dining, family and employee care. Our service standards are designed to provide exceptional service experience, whether you are a Good Samaritan Home resident, family member, employee or community member.
Want to Make a Difference? Join the Good Samaritan Home Team!
The Good Samaritan Home, Inc. is a 220 bed, faith based, not-for-profit C.C.R.C. healthcare facility that provides a wide variety of nursing care services including Residential Living, Skilled Care, Memory Care, and Nursing Home. The Home offers employees a competitive wage and an excellent benefits package. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We have the following positions available:
Full-time day/evening and evening/night positions are currently available. The staff nurse provides direct nursing care to the residents in a long-term care setting, and supervise the day-to-day nursing care performed by Certified Nursing Assistants. This position requires a current Indiana license as a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse and prior work experience in long-term care is preferred.
Weekend Nursing Manager
Full-time position 12-hour shift every Saturday and Sunday plus 2-8 hour weekday shifts (11:00 am – 7:00 pm). Supervise day-to-day nursing staff to ensure resident care is provided in accordance with The Home’s policy and procedure as well as in compliance with all regulations that govern The Home. Two years previous supervisory experience in long-term care is required. RN preferred; LPN considered.
Nurse Unit Manager
The Unit Manager supervises the day-to-day nursing activities of the assigned nursing neighborhood. Such supervision must be in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, regulations and policies that govern the Good Samaritan Home and as may be required by the Director of Nursing Services, to ensure that the highest degree of quality resident care is maintained at all times. Qualified candidates must possess a current Indiana license as a Registered Nurse (Preferred) or an LPN and have a minimum of 2 year(s) of previous experience as a supervisor in a long-term care facility.
The Social Worker assists in planning, developing, organizing, implementing, evaluating and directing social service programs for our residents in accordance with current existing federal, state and local standards. Establish policies and procedures to ensure that the medically related emotional and social needs of the resident are met/maintained on an individual basis. Act as a liaison between families and residents.
Our Social Worker plays a critical role within the interdisciplinary team, orchestrating the coordination of multiple services to ensure that the psychosocial and long term medical needs of each resident are met. Our Social Worker must be familiar with local medical referral sources, care plan procedures, admission and discharge processes, family conferences, resource allocation, medical transportation, special needs of dementia patients, and nursing home legal and ethical issues.
Exceptional interview and MDS assessment skills required.
BSW or MSW degree preferred. Social Services Designee with a minimum of one year experience in long-term care will be considered.
The primary task of scheduling coordinator is to prepare the overall schedule for the Nursing Department and to maintain the desired level of nursing staff in the Home on a twenty-four hour basis and according to the budgeted pattern or at the direction of the Director of Nursing, Assistant Director of Nursing, or Nurse Managers.
This position requires a C.N.A., QMA or LPN. Experience in long-term care and scheduling preferred.
The primary focus of this position is coordinate recruitment and retention efforts. The associate handles all tasks with regard to applicant interview through offer and follow-up with new employees through their first 90 days of employment. Strong organizational skills required. H.R. experience preferred.
Assist the director in providing a meaningful recreation program for all residents. This includes assistance in providing active and passive programs, assistance in providing programs for bed bound, room bound and those requiring on-to-one contact in accordance with the resident’s assessment and care plan, at the director’s direction.
HS Diploma or GED required. Long-term care experience preferred. Full-Time position
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
Full-time 8 and 12 hour positions currently available. The C.N.A provides each resident with routine daily nursing care in accordance with the resident’s assessment and care plan. Qualified candidates must have a current Indiana certification as a C.N.A.
The Restorative Aide is a state certified C.N.A. who works with residents that have been released by therapy to maintain and sustain progress in accordance with the resident’s assessment and care plan. The plan can include range of motion, walking, exercise, meal assistance, etc.
Indiana C.N.A. required. Experience in long-term care preferred. Full-Time position
Part-Time weekend positions available. Dietary aides assist with serving and general kitchen duties.
Full-time position currently available. Seeking cook with long-term care experience. Shift schedule 11:00 am – 7:30 pm