Who we are:
The Sequoias Portola Valley is an award-winning life care community tucked on the edge of California’s Coastal Range. It is nestled on 42 landscaped acres mimicking the beauty of a Japanese Garden. The vibrancy of the landscape is only second to the vibrancy of those who call The Sequoias home. The community is filled with bright, active, and involved residents.
Sequoia Living Portola Valley employees are characterized by an attitude of service with respect and dignity, excellent communication, and a willingness to step in to help other teammates.
What’s in it for you:
In addition to a beautiful work environment and friendly, engaging staff and residents, you get to bring your creativity and energy to work every day! Sequoia Living Portola Valley has competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package that includes both a defined benefit retirement plan and a 403b with employer contribution REGARDLESS of employee contribution rates. Additional benefits include a choice of robust Medical/Dental/Vision plans, some with no premium cost to the employee, 18 days of PTO the first year (time off may differ for our represented employees), and tuition reimbursement plans.
The Staff Developer plans, implements and evaluates educational programs to provide learning opportunities to all nursing personnel and to all community disciplines involved in the care of residents. Provides in-services to enhance knowledge and skills in order to assist staff to provide the highest degree of quality care and to grow and achieve their maximum professional growth. Promotes the Sequoia Living Mission and Core Values.
Current California nursing license, Basic Life Support certification and qualified to practice in the state of California as a RN and provide required medication training. Minimum of two (2) years consecutive experience in field of nursing immediately prior to application and minimum of one (1) year of experience as a licensed nurse in providing direct nursing care to aged persons, preferably in an acute or long-term care settings. Minimum of one (1) year of experience in planning, implementing and evaluating educational programs in the field of nursing.
Sequoia Living is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Sequoia Living will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective employees and incumbents to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.
Come join our team and be part of a vibrant community of dedicated professionals offering excellent service to our residents.