Join the Wellbridge of Pinckney team!

Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Director of Care Transitions is responsible for developing and implementing care transitions programming starting at the time of admission to community reintegration. This includes but is not limited to ensuring a caring and compliant admissions process, comprehensive psychosocial program within the facility, coordinating family meetings, community reintegration meetings, treating patients and family with a non-biased perspective, coordinating a resident council in collaboration with the Director of Recreational Therapy, serves as a community service guide to resources, develops a working relationship with public health and social departments within the county.  The employee must follow WellBridge policy and procedures. 

You will earn:

  • Competitive wages based on your valuable experience
  • Yearly Merit Increases

PLUS we offer you best in class benefits:
  • Medical – no deductible or co-pay
  • Dental & Vision
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • Holiday Pay
  • Career Opportunities – Grow your nursing career!
  • $5000 Tuition Reimbursement
  • $10,000 RN Loan Repayment
  • Company paid Short Term Disability & Life Insurance
  • Unlimited Referral Bonuses up to $1500 each
  • 401k with employer match
  • Attentive, Supportive Leadership, & Flexible to work with schedules!

We can work with your scheduling needs:
  • 8 hour shifts
  • Full Time
  • Day Shifts available

How you will help people every day:
  • Directs the work of the Care Transition Coordinator - Admissions and Care Transition Coordinator – Community Reintegration.
  • Makes frequent rounds to assess that patients needs are being met
  • Prepares written evaluations for their direct staff members
  • Interviews patients to ensure their psychosocial needs are being met within the facility
  • Talks with each patient about their end of life concerns
  • Coordinates family meetings
  • Coordinates patient council 1x/month
  • Has a good working relationship with outside health & humans service agencies
  • Maintains a good working relationship with the facility physicians
  • Coordinates visits for Optometry, Dental, Vision and Podiatry
  • Coordinates working relationship with local funeral home

What you will need to be part of our EPIC team:
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree in a human services field including, but not limited to: social work, sociology, special education, rehabilitation counseling, and psychology; Master’s Degree a plus; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Experience: Preferred prior work experience in Long Term Care
  • Skills, Knowledge: Must be able to adapt quickly to environment and be flexible with all staff.  The applicant must have good personal and management skills. 

In compliance with CMS regulations, COVID-19 vaccination, or an approved exception as required by law, is required for employment.

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This is a full time position
Department: Social Services

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