Central Supply Clerk/Staffing Coordinator CNA

Key West Health and Rehabilitation provides customized and high quality care to our residents in this skilled nursing environment.
We are searching for an organized and Central Supply Clerk / Staffing Coordinator CNA.
This highly important position is responsible for the ordering, distributing and inventory of all nursing supplies and is responsible for creating staffing schedules maintaining staffing levels required by nursing legislation and guidelines.
o Coordinates the ordering of all nursing supplies.
o Sort, stock and organize all incoming orders.
o Distributes supplies as required by internal process.
o Maintains accurate records of incoming and outgoing inventory.
o Must be able to complete tasks of a CNA; assisting residents with daily activities, when requested.
o Ensure that the facility is adequately staffed at all times.
o Create and maintain accurate staffing reports as instructed by management.
o Present staffing needs and scheduling statistics on a daily basis.
o Take calls-ins and record, monitor and report attendance issues.
o Communicate effectively and politely with all employees, family members, residents and guests.
o Communicate regularly with Director of Nursing, Administrator and other management personnel concerning staffing issues/ areas of concern and assist with process improvement.
Qualifications o Active Certified Nurse Assistant in the State of Florida.
o Minimum of one year of staff scheduling for nursing, preferably in the long-term care industry.
o Proficient use of Word, Excel and Outlook.
o Ability to take calls after normal work hours, when required.
o Strong clerical and office skills.
EOE/AA - Drug Free Workplace - Background Check Required Key West Health & Rehabilitation offers a comprehensive benefits plan including medical, dental, vision, voluntary life, short-term disability, generous paid time off policy and 401(k) with a company match.
Join a winning team and put your skills to work caring for our wonderful residents!

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