Director of Nursing

StoneBridge Senior Living Owensville

Owensville, MO, USA Remote / WFH

Sep 5


The Director of Nursing is responsible to oversee the nursing department in the coordination of care, quality of interventions and outcomes, and financial management of clinical services. The role interacts with each department within the facility and requires a leader who can lead, motivate, educate and mentor licensed and certified staff.

What Makes StoneBridge Unique?

At StoneBridge Senior Living, being a caregiver is more than our business. We consider it our privilege, and we are dedicated to both the individual needs of our residents and to each other.

Here we are more than caregivers. We are family. Each StoneBridge community becomes a close, welcoming group in which employees help each other develop skills related to their senior care careers knowing we can do more together than we could ever do alone. Employees are encouraged to become the best version of themselves to help us provide the best possible care for our residents.

Responsibilities and Duties
Plans, develops, organizes, implements, evaluates and directs the overall operations of the Nursing Services department, as well as its programs and activities, in accordance with current state and federal laws and regulations.
Interprets and communicates policies and procedures to nursing staff, and monitors staff practices and implementation.
Participates in all admission decisions.
Participates in daily or weekly management team meetings to discuss census changes, resident changes in status, complaints or concerns.
Evaluates work performance of all nursing personnel and implements discipline according to operational policies.
Participate in QAPI or facility assessment activities as needed, such as carrying out duties assigned as part of a performance improvement committee
Facilitates, serves, attends or participates in various committees of the facility as appointed.
Ensures delivery of compassionate quality care and nursing supervision as evidenced by adequate staff coverage on the units, general cleanliness, and maintaining optimal resident functions.
Collaborates with members of the interdisciplinary team, physicians, consultants, and community agencies to identify and resolve issues and improve the quality of services.
Oversees nursing schedules to ensure resident needs, regulatory and budget standards are met.
Participates in the recruitment, hiring and termination of nursing personnel.
Performs rounds to observe residents and ensure nursing needs are being met.
Conducts observations of nursing care and supervises development of in-service education to ensure nursing staff is competent in current knowledge and skills.
Promotes teamwork, mutual respect, and effective communication.
Monitors, assists and implements the infection control program in accordance to current infection control guidelines to prevent the development and transmission of disease and infection.
Participates in budget development for the nursing department, medical, nursing and central supplies.
Assists in the preparation of inspection surveys, including staff in-services on survey processes, and participation in mock surveys as indicated.
Participates in the facility’s plan of correction response to an inspection survey and implements any follow-up required for nursing allegations.
Communicates directly with residents, medical and nursing staff, family members, department heads and members of the interdisciplinary team to coordinate care and services and respond to and resolve complaints and concerns.
Oversees resident incidents and concerns daily to identify any unusual occurrences and reports them promptly to the Administrator and/or state agency for appropriate action.
Monitors for allegations of potential abuse or neglect, or misappropriation of resident property and participates in the investigative process.
Promotes safe work practices, safety rules, and accident prevention procedures to prevent employee injury and illness.
May provide direct nursing care as necessary.
Acts in an administrative capacity in the absence of the Administrator.

Qualifications and Skills

A Nursing Degree from an accredited college or university.
Must have, as a minimum, three (3) years of experience as a supervisor in a hospital, nursing home, or other related health care facility.
Current unrestricted license as a Registered Nurse (RN) in practicing state.
Knowledgeable of nursing and medical practices and procedures, as well as laws, regulations and guidelines pertaining to long-term care.
Current CPR certification.

We recognize and support our associates with benefits, PTO options, and employee recognition. Here, our support doesn’t clock out when you do.

Benefits You May Be Eligible For
Vacation, sick time & paid time off
Health benefits (medical, dental, vision, life & long-term disability)
Competitive Compensation
Flexible Scheduling
Bonus opportunities & recognition
Up to six paid holidays per year and/or double-time opportunities
Tuition reimbursement
Join Our Caregiver Family!

For more than 50 years, our family has been dedicated to caring for others, and we invite you to reach out with any questions or comments.

We welcome the opportunity to meet you and make you a part of our family.

Together, we’re confident we can work together to provide a spectrum of high-quality care including Rehabilitation, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Skilled Nursing Care that enhances the lives of those in our communities.

Apply today at

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