• Life Enrichment Coordinator (Creative Arts/Music) - San Francisco

    Job ID 2018-1327
    Life Enrichment/Activities
    Regular Full Time
  • Who We Are

    An Elder Care Alliance Community


    AlmaVia of San Francisco

    Do you enjoy working with seniors? Do you want to work in a setting where you are valued and appreciated? AlmaVia of San Francisco is a vibrant retirement community located within walking distance from the Daly City BART Station. We pride ourselves on being a person-centered community and value our employees and residents. We are currently hiring.


    About This Career Opportunity

    The Life Enrichment Coordinator:

    • Researches, plans, coordinates, and implements a varied daily program of activities designed to meet recreational needs of residents and to increase stimulation in their environment.
    • Works closely with Life Enrichment Director, Coordinators, Volunteers and staff in providing programming to stimulate and support the social, physical and emotional functioning of the residents.
    • Provides transportation for all residents, especially assisting frail residents, in the community van or bus to medical appointments and other outings.
    • Interacts with residents, families, coworkers, managers and other departmental personnel in a kind, knowledgeable, professional and friendly manner to promote service excellence. 

    Are You Qualified?

    Here’s what you need:

    • Geriatric education or experience required
    • Minimum of one year of experience working in long term care setting, home care or a related field strongly desired.
    • Ability to speak, read, write and understand English, and successfully work in a multi-cultural environment.
    • Current First Aid Training and Certifications as per Title 22.
    • Positive work ethic and concern for elders.


    “Equal Employment Opportunity/M/F/disability/protected veteran status”


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