The Manor at Greendale is proud of our long-standing 5-Star Quality rating and credits not only our long-standing employees with this award, but all of our employees who provide our residents with quality care! As the healthcare industry continues to experience rapid growth, we remain dedicated to the basic fundamentals of a good employer.: Due to an internal move, we have a: Full Time MDS Coordinator position.: Prefer RN, experienced in Long Term Care, with prior MDS Experience: Position Summary: Coordinates the MDS and Care Planning process to ensure timely and accurate submission with the Interdisciplinary team. Essential Functions: Because HCF exists to care for our residents, regular attendance and punctuality are essential to provide quality care Leadership: Ability to take action and achieve results through others Commitment to HCF Family of Companies Vision, Values, and Purpose Must be able to complete performance requirements independently while using good judgment as well as have the ability to harmoniously work with others Must be able to read, write and understand the English language Position Responsibilities: Must follow HCF Policies and Procedures Must meet job related competencies as outlined in the Skills Competency Manual Assist with nursing staff education in the documentation, MDS, RAP and Care Plan process Must accurately complete MDS assessments in accordance with established time frames for new admissions, quarterly, annual and significant change Must precheck and electronically submit MDS’s to State agency, review validation reports and make necessary changes Coordinates the scheduling and timely completion of MDS’s and Care Plans with the Case Manager and Interdisciplinary team Participates in the QA process and the “Nurse On-Call” program Able to electronically access, print and evaluate Quality Indicators Assumes responsibility for maintaining his/her own professional competence Perform other duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Graduation from an accredited school of Nursing. Current license as a Registered Nurse with the State Board of Nursing. CPR certification recommended. A Licensed Practical Nurse may practice as a MDS/RNAC under the direction of a RN within the state of Ohio.