Plans and Implements a Diverse and Unique Engagement Program
This job may be your next career if your skills include:
- Develops a team of Positive Approach to Care (PAC) coaches, consultants, and mentors.
- Offers educational opportunities to caregivers and families.
- Develops orientation and support for family members.
- Develops a community resource center offering seminars for caregivers within Landis and ultimately beyond
- Collaborates to define our Landis Communities priorities for a dementia-friendly physical environment, including lighting, sound, biophillic design, etc.
- Develops and advocates for dementia-friendly programming that meets the individualized needs of residents and clients so they experience continuity regardless of where they live.
A Great Place to Work
“You never feel like you’re at it alone.”
Chris, Facilities Project Manager, Landis Homes
- Master’s degree in a human services field including nursing, social work, music therapy or other related degree preferred. Bachelor’s degree in human services field required.
- Prior experience in related field, supervisory setting and program development preferred.
- Experience in public speaking, leading and/or teaching groups is required.
- Strong interpersonal and collaboration skills with experience working with multiple teams required.
- Training experience specific to Dementia (Teepa Snow, Alzheimer’s Association, etc.) preferred.
- Minimum of 3-5 years prior experience with memory care, cognitive changes, and older adults required.
- Proficient in use of computer and related technology required for the role.
- Good verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills required.
Why Landis Communities?
Hear from our staff why they’ve chosen to build a career with Landis affiliates.