Activities Leader

Jul 04 2019
Hake Ku'ike Pali |Honolulu|Part Time, $14.00 / hour
Category: Healthcare
Job Description

Activities Leader


Hale Ku'ike, the standard in memory care, is searching for a dependable, caring, and engaging Activities Leader to join our team.


Job Type: Part-Time


Location: Pali Campus, Honolulu, Oahu


Job Summary

The Activities Leader will be responsible for involving residents in an activity program that meets their abilities, needs, and interests. He/She is responsible to perform the following according to Hake Ku’ike’s mission, facility standards, procedures, and resident care plans.


Essential Job Functions

·      Assess and monitor residents' ongoing abilities in order to provide appropriate engagement activities that foster their physical health and wellness

·      Lead and/or assist with implementing resident activities in collaboration with the Activities Director

·      Evaluate the effectiveness of resident-centered activities, and notifies the Activities Director of any specific resident concerns

·      Work collaboratively and effectively with Hale Ku’ike volunteers

·      Keep residents' common living areas clean and uncluttered

·      Demonstrate initiative and work well with Hale Ku’ike staff members in a helpful, respectful and courteous manner

·      Assist residents in meeting their social and emotional needs through positive interactions with staff, family and other residents

·      Respond appropriately to residents' requests for help and maintains positive relationships with residents' friends and family members

·      Follow proper channels of communication within the Activities team regarding shifts and schedules, resident activities, and other information

·      Other duties as assigned


Minimum Qualifications

·      Must possess, as a minimum, a high school diploma or GED equivalent.and 6 months work                      ​                    ​   experience. Additional study and/or experience in geriatric health related subjects recommended. 

·      Experience working with cognitively impaired adults or background in therapeutic recreational activities is desirable.

·      Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and communicate effectively with residents, families, and managers, and staff.

·      Proficient with Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

·      Prior work or volunteer experience leading group activities is highly desired. Experience in a healthcare setting not required.

·      Ability to meet physical and mental requirements of the role (reasonable accommodations for qualified disabilities will be considered on an individual basis as provided under the Americans with Disabilities Act)


Compensation: starting salary $14.00/hr with excellent benefits


Come hone your skills in a supportive and professional environment! Click on the “Apply” button below to start the application process and to submit your resume.