Company Name: Lake Mills Care Center
Job Responsibilities: Charge Nurse
In addition to our generous benefits package ABCM employees enjoy:
Merit Pay Increases
Uniform and Shoe Allowance
Scholarship and Tuition Reimbursement
Description/Requirements: Under the supervision of the Director of Nursing, the charge nurse is responsible for supervising nursing staff members who provide direct resident care, communicating with all health care providers and partners, coordinating and implementing nursing care as ordered by the physician and agreed to by the resident- and documenting those timely, accurately and comprehensively. Is responsible for the provision of nursing services within the scope of his/her license and in compliance with current standards of practice and corporate and facility policies/ procedures. following the plan of care, and insuring the overall health and well being of the resident.
Qualifications: Current, active Iowa Nursing license, experience in long term care with
knowledge and understanding of Federal and State nursing facility rules and regulations, including licensing, OSHA, CDC, and Public Safety. If licensed as an LPN, the Iowa Board of Nursing requires completion of a Board-approved course in Supervision within 6 months of working in Charge/Supervisory capacity. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills specific to the English language.
The ABCM Difference: Person Directed Care (PDC) We believe in a Person Directed Care approach to long-term care, encouraging the individuals who live in our communities to make choices about the care and services they receive.
Supervisor/ team leader positions: This individual must be self-motivated to accomplish assigned responsibilities with minimal supervision and lead team members toward accomplishing common goals.
All positions: Must be free from communicable diseases. Recommend immunizations be current in accordance to recommendations by CDC (unless contraindicated due to allergy), or natural immunity acquired by illness with specific disease. Must pass criminal background and abuse registry checks and be eligible for unrestricted employment.
Pay Range: negotiable
Company Address: 406 S 10th Ave E, Lake Mills Iowa, 50450
Company Phone: (641) 592-4900
Fax: (641) 592-2226
Company Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Company Website: http://www.abcmcorp.com
Hours Per Week: Full-time
Date Position Expires: 05/31/2017
How to Apply: Apply online via the company website, Apply in person, Fax resume and cover letter, Email resume and cover letter
Requirements: Background Check
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America’s SBDC Iowa (SBDC) is pleased to announce Brad and Angie Barber of Cabin Coffee, Clear Lake, as the winners of the 2018 Neal Smith Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Brad and Angie Barber worked with the North Iowa Area SBDC and NIACC John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center in Mason City. Brook Boehmler, regional director of the North Iowa Area SBDC in Mason City, nominated Cabin Coffee for the Neal Smith Award, stating, “Brad and Angie Barber are an example of what makes doing business in Iowa so great. Growing our entrepreneur community is just as important to them as it is to America’s SBDC and the Pappajohn Center. Brad and Angie put their community and customers first, and growth follows. We could not be more proud of this North Iowa landmark that is taking these principles nationwide.”
The Neal Smith award recognizes excellence in Iowa entrepreneurship, particularly in entrepreneurs who are dedicated to enriching their community. Tim Putnam, director of the NIACC Pappajohn Center, said, “From the day Brad and Angie opened their first store fifteen years ago in Clear Lake, they wanted to create a business that made a difference not only for the store owners, but for their customers and the community. This recognition truly validates their vision and all the hard work they have put in over the years toward fulfilling their dream.”
Brad Barber said, “We are honored, humbled and grateful! We are thankful for our team members for all their support – we could not have accomplished our success without them; the faith our franchise owners and their team have in us; and furthermore, for the expertise and support the SBDC and NIACC John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center have provided for Cabin Coffee to be successful. We have truly enjoyed the adventure and look forward experiencing many more years growing Cabin Coffee working with businesses in North Iowa and world-wide finding more ways to add value to each and every community.”
The SBDC Neal Smith Entrepreneur of the Year Award and the Deb Delziel Woman Entrepreneurial Award will be presented to the winners in a special ceremony on March 8th at the State Capitol in Des Moines.
The NIACC John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center is the expert in rural business innovation and success. In partnership with North Iowa’s Small Business Development Center, together we provide tools, support, and resources to Iowa’s entrepreneurs. We counsel both new and existing local businesses, from Main Street to industry leaders. We’re growing Iowa’s entrepreneurial culture through grade school initiatives, college and community programs, and business training and development. Contact the NIACC Pappajohn Center at 641-422-4111 or email@example.com.
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Amy Fleming has joined the North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC) Alumni Advisory Board.
Amy Fleming graduated from NIACC in 1996 and Wartburg College in 1998 with a degree in Communication Arts and Electronic Media. Fleming joined KIMT in 1998 where she is an Anchor and News Content Coordinator. Fleming serves as President of the Cerro Gordo County Free Health Care Clinic, Chairperson of the North Iowa Band Festival Committee and volunteers for Community Kitchen of North Iowa, Salvation Army, Hawkeye Harvest Food Bank and Toys for Tots. Fleming also enjoys coaching youth basketball and softball.
Other members of the NIACC Alumni Advisory Board are Linda Nerdig ‘82 (President), Debbie Cahalan ‘72, Tony Coloff ‘62, Tanya Dadisman ’99, Ron Eichmeier ’72, Mike Grandon ‘64, Brittney Jost ’12, Debbie Sedars ‘71, Lisa Smidt ’89, Dawn Southwick ‘84, and Jay Urdahl ’73.
Part of the NIACC Foundation, the NIACC Alumni Advisory Board has been in existence since the formation of the NIACC Alumni Association in 1991. The Alumni Association supports the annual Pathways to Success program and graduation reception along with student scholarships, the InTouch newsletter, and other alumni activities.
Membership in the NIACC Alumni Association is free and open to graduates and others who have benefited from the programs and services of the College. For more information, call 1-888-GO NIACC, ext. 4438 or visit www.niacc.edu/alumni. Follow our North Iowa Area Community College Alumni Facebook page to stay updated on alumni events.
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The NIACC Promise is a new scholarship that will provide free tuition for qualifying Area 2 (NIACC Service Area) high school and home school graduates to help them realize their dream of attending and completing college. The scholarship will be available to May 2018 Area 2 graduates who meet the eligibility criteria. Current NIACC students may also qualify if they meet the second year participation criteria.
“The goal of the NIACC Promise scholarship is to make higher education accessible to all North Iowa high school graduates.” said NIACC President Steve Schulz. “This scholarship was made possible through a generous private donation and highlights the enormous impact private donations make in the lives of students. We expect more than 300 North Iowa students will benefit from this scholarship program annually. On behalf of the hundreds of students who will receive this scholarship, I would like to personally thank the generous North Iowa couple for this life-changing gift.”
Molly Knoll, NIACC Director of Institutional Advancement, shared, “As the cost of attending college continues to climb, we know the financial burden can impact a student’s ability to enroll or complete their degree. The NIACC Promise will ease that burden for many North Iowa students. We are so grateful to these forward-thinking donors. This impact of this gift will be felt throughout the region for years to come.”
The NIACC Promise scholarship is a last-dollar award; it will be applied to a student’s account after all other federal, state, outside and other NIACC aid/scholarships is applied. It is renewable for up to 4 semesters. Eligibility criteria for the program includes graduation from a NIACC district high school or homeschool within the service area, an Expected Family Contribution of $3,000 or less as determined by the Free Application for Financial Aid, full-time enrollment (minimum 12 credits per semester) at NIACC in the fall of 2018, and the completion of four hours of community service each semester.
The steps required to apply for the NIACC Promise scholarship must be completed by March 1, 2018. To learn more about eligibility criteria visit the NIACC website at www.niacc.edu/niaccpromise or contact Enrollment Advisor Brittney Jost at Brittney.firstname.lastname@example.org, or 641-422-4422, with any questions.
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