Pacific Retirement Services

Director of Staff Development (LVN/RN)

Job Location US-CA-Napa
Job ID
Nursing/Health Services
Location/Org Data : Name
Meadows of Napa Valley



Work at a beautiful, upscale Independent Retirement Community in Napa!


The Meadows of Napa Valley is a Continuing Care Retirement Community. The vast 20-acre campus is home to a 243 independent living apartments, a 69-bed Skilled Nursing Facility and Rehabilitation Center, a 40-apartment Assisted Living, and a 15-apartment Memory Support Center. The Skilled Nursing Facility and Rehabilitation Center have an outstanding reputation in the healthcare industry with a five-star rating for quality patient care. We are committed to providing compassionate services to those in our care. Our team is large and diverse; complete with Resident Care Managers, MDS coordinator, RNs, LVNs, CNAs, a social worker, a medical records coordinator, and administrative support personnel. If you are passionate about helping residents reach their full potential and interested in gaining valuable nursing skillsets, then this is the working environment for you!


We currently have an opening for a Director of Staff Development for our Health Center (Full-time)



Benefits Include: Medical, Dental, Vision, 403b Matched Retirement Plan, Vacation, Sick & Holiday Pay, Employee Scholarship Assistance Program, Career Advancement Opportunities, Employee Referral Bonuses, Training, Paid Uniforms, Public Transportation Reimbursement, Onsite Cafe, Fitness and Pool accessible to Employees!


The DSD is the point person providing orientation and leadership training essential for success within the facility for licensed nurses, certified nursing aides, and ancillary staff members. This role also leads the Infection Control Program within the facility.


  • Current California LVN/RN Nursing license. 
  • Minimum one year experience in long term care which includes direct care of the aged or chronically ill.
  • Ability to apply basic principle of nursing care based on standards of nursing practice. 
  • Ability to assess and implement interventions for resident care based on standards of nursing practice and principles of nursing care. 
  • Must have astute clinical skills and be able to perform comprehensive assessments.
  • Demonstrate supervisory management, leadership skills and employee relations.
  • Familiarity with Title 22 regulations and Federal regulations/requirements for Skilled Nursing.


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