And, starting this year, the soon-to-be-completed luxury, not-for-profit LifeCare retirement community, under development along the Germantown and Collierville border, will ramp up employment at a time when many businesses in the region are cutting jobs, particularly in the hard-hit hospitality industry.
Once the new residential and healthcare community is fully occupied by 2024, The Farms expects to have about 225 employees. Until then, the community, including Jordan River, the onsite Health Center, is ramping up recruitment of its leadership team in the first quarter of 2021. This will be followed by broader hiring later in the new year.
One of the first roles to be filled is the director of dining services to oversee multiple dining outlets that include a steak house, bistro, formal dining, international dining, grill and dining rooms for the health center, which will include assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing.
The Farms also will be recruiting a human resources director, healthcare administrator and outreach/business development coordinator.
Positions in the second and third quarter of next year will include:
- Business office director
- Director of nursing
- Director of life enrichment
- Admission coordinator
- Social services coordinator
- Central/supply medical records coordinator
- Nurses, both RNs and LVNs.
- Certified nursing assistants (CNAs)
- Certified dietary manager
- Dining room manager
- Servers and hostesses
- Chefs and cooks
- Maintenance assistance
- Security officers
- Activity assistants
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