Employment
  • The Housekeeper’s primary responsibility is to provide a clean, organized and sanitary environment for the residents.  Housekeeping tasks are completed in both the residents’ private apartments and in the general common areas of the building.

    This position offers part-time hours with a schedule of Friday – Monday.


  • The cook is responsible for participating in the planning, preparation, cooking and plating of meals.  Other responsibilities include cleaning, providing training and direction to dietary aids, serving, stocking and reporting inventory needs to the Director of Dietary Services.


  • The cook is responsible for participating in the planning, preparation, cooking and plating of meals.  Other responsibilities include cleaning, providing training and direction to dietary aids, serving, stocking and reporting inventory needs to the Director of Dietary Services.


  • The Director of Activities is responsible for the development and implementation of the activity, recreational, socialization and adult-learning program.   The Director of Activities is primarily responsible for ensuring opportunities are available to the residents for socialization, personal growth, exercise, community integration, spiritual development, recreation and performance improvement.


  • The Memory Care Coordinator is responsible for the day to day operations and the provision of quality care to residents living in The Blake Memory Care Community.  The Memory Care Coordinator hires, trains, supervises and schedules staff members.  The Memory Care Coordinator alerts the Director of Wellness when a resident has a change of condition.   General responsibilities include:  coordinating services from dietary, maintenance and housekeeping departments; maintaining a clean and attractive environment; ensuring state and federal regulations are maintained; ensuring staffing levels remain above state regulations; utilizing the VIGIL dementia system to maintain a secure and safe environment; ensuring residents enjoy daily activities that are structured and well organized.


  • The Personal Assistant provides and documents resident care. All employees are expected to model professionalism, compassion and will promote teamwork.   The personal assistant is the first responder to resident calls and promptly reports changes of condition.


  • The Director of Wellness is responsible for the management and organization of the wellness department.  This responsibility includes the management of staff, budgets, services, documentation, resident care, clinical protocols, monitoring labs, quality assurance and regulatory compliance.  The Director of Wellness ensures that policies and procedures established by Blake Management are implemented and maintained consistently.  The Director of Wellness reports directly to the Administrator.  The Director of Wellness acts as a manager-on-duty and may be delegated to act as the temporary Administrator during his/her absence.


  • The Director of Facility Management is responsible for the total maintenance and repair of the building and grounds.  General management, coordination and supervision includes plumbing, masonry, carpentry, painting, electrical, refrigeration, automobile maintenance, air conditioning, flooring and landscaping.   The Director of Facility Management ensures that policies and procedures related to facility maintenance, housekeeping, waste management, storage, emergency preparedness and fire safety are implemented and maintained consistently.


  • The Director of Dining Services is responsible for the management and organization of the dietary department.  This responsibility includes the management of staff, budget, services, meal preparation, inventory control, menu planning, meal presentation, food safety, resident satisfaction and regulatory compliance.  The Director of Dining Services ensures that policies and procedures established by Blake Management are implemented and maintained consistently.


  • The server is responsible for coordinating table service for residents and communicating with front and back of house personnel.  The Server will also be responsible for insuring that all residents received gracious hospitality and prompt service as prescribed by The Blake’s standards.


  • The Licensed Practical Nurse and/or the Registered Nurse is responsible for providing resident care and to perform those tasks that require a valid nursing license.  General responsibilities include obtaining vital signs; administering medications; administering treatments; coordinating and documenting resident care; communicating with physicians and other health care providers;   interacting with family members; and supervising the direct care provided by unlicensed personal care assistants.  Nurses will perform only those tasks within the scope of their applicable board of nursing.   All wellness employees report directly to the Director of Wellness.    Licensed nurses may be required to be on-call and/or to participate in the manager-on-duty program.


  • The Activities Assistant is primarily responsible for ensuring opportunities are available to the residents for socialization, personal growth, exercise, community integration, spiritual development, recreation and performance improvement under the direction of the Director of Activities.


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