WesleyLife, a non-profit health and well-being organization dedicated to helping older adults remain independent wherever they call home, is excited to announce that Brio of Johnston, our newest Community for Healthy Living, will open this summer! In preparation, we’re kicking off our recruitment efforts with leadership opportunities. In Italian, “Brio” means vigor and vivacity – a name that could also be used to describe our residents as well as our potential team members! As the Metro’s most comprehensive lease community for those 55 and older, Brio will be home to people with a lot of living to do. As a Brio team member, you’ll look forward to an environment of activity and enthusiasm, and you’ll help to create an ambience of health, well-being, purpose, and meaning. Brio is located southwest of the intersection of Northwest 86th Street and Northwest 70th Avenue in Johnston. Conveniently near I-35/80, shopping, churches, and other amenities, Brio’s setting also is designed to foster well-being and an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors. The community is close to walking and bike trails and will feature a meditation garden, two ponds, and a pet recreation area. Brio includes a state-of-the-art wellness center and will feature delicious, healthy dining options. In short, if you think you know senior living – you’ll think again when you see Brio! Brio will welcome team members late this summer, and we’re committed to having well-trained, highly efficient leaders in place to assist with the hiring process. If you’re interested in potentially becoming one of them, please visit wesleylife.org/careers, browse our openings, and apply quickly and easily. We’d love to welcome you to Brio!
Our Director of Community Social Services assures that all medically-related emotional and social needs of every Brio resident is met and exceeded on an individual basis with the highest level of compassion and hospitality. Plans, organizes, develops, and directs the overall operation of Social Services. Will serve as a key leader on the leadership team. Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field. Must be a registered social worker and have an acceptable background check and no record of adult abuse. Must have a minimum of 3-5 years related experience in a lead capacity in a skilled nursing facility, hospital, or related medical facility. Must be knowledgeable in the field of social work and have the ability to seek out new methods and principles and be willing to incorporate them into existing social services. Must be familiar with all federal and state laws, regulations, and guidelines that pertain to long-term care. Must possess the ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel and the general public. Must have the ability to make independent decisions, manage multiple functions under stress and with changing priorities. Successful completion of post-offer, pre-employment background, drug, nicotine and physical testing required.