Hospice and Home Health Leadership

 Three positions – Midwest, Southeast and Northwest

Regional Hospice Consultant
(covering WI, IL, IA)

Position Description: 

Provides professional clinical support to all staff at designated local Hospice offices to ensure quality of care is met through appropriate practice standards, compliance to local/state/’federal regulations and internal policies/procedures.

  • Communicates closely with local hospice management team, regional operation teams, and corporate teams regarding issues or findings, as needed.
  • Develop and promote programs for continuing staff support and in-services for all interdisciplinary team members at local office;
  • assess staff learning needs and educate the interdisciplinary team members in clinical aspects of the Hospice program;
  •  Assist with developing goals and objectives and assist in evaluation of progress in reaching goals and objectives;
  • instructs in the implementation of new policies and evaluation for compliance to policies;
  • Conduct internal quality checks, identify areas of concern, and make recommendations to assure that patients/families receive appropriate high quality hospice care and services.

 

In return for your expertise, you’ll enjoy excellent training, industry-leading benefits and unlimited opportunities to learn and grow. Be a part of the team leading the nation in healthcare.

 

Job Requirements: 

Minimum of 3 years’ experience in providing hospice nursing

Previous management or supervisory experience in home health or hospice agency required.

Travel is necessary on a daily basis.

BSN required. Hospice certification preferred.

 

The organization:

A leading provider of short-term post-acute services and long-term care, with caregivers nationwide, the centers are preeminent care providers in their communities.  Quality care for patients and residents is provided through a network of more than 400 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers, assisted living facilities, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, and hospice and home health care agencies.

 

Clinical Manager, Hospice/Home Health Services
Seattle Metro

One of Washington’s most prestigious healthcare systems is recruiting for a qualified Clinical Manager of Hospice/Home Health Services for Western Washington.  This position serves as the manager of a clinical program and provides staff supervision and coordination for the care provided to patients and their families served by a designated hospice interdisciplinary team.  This position is responsible for identifying ‘best practices’ for care.  They may also network with community resources and consult with community health care providers serving patients with life threatening illness.

The Clinical Manager will have responsibility for the home health segment of the organization.  Staff includes three direct report Patient Care Coordinators and a multi-disciplinary team comprised of RN’s, OT’s, PT’s, speech therapists, home health assistants and social workers.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or a Diploma in Nursing or an Associate’s Degree in Nursing (ADN); eligibility for and completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing within two (2) years of the date of hire is required.
  • Three (3) years clinical experience in home health care; prior hospice experience strongly preferred.
  • A minimum of three (3) years staff supervision experience preferred

IDEAL CANDIDATE FOR THIS POSITION:

  • Strong leadership skills
  • Home health clinical and management experience.  Rehab experience in addition is a plus
  • Ability to manage and direct a tenured staff with some resistance to change
  • Strong commitment to service quality, organization’s mission and standards
  • Past experience with clinical quality outcome improvements
  • Budget development and administration experience
  • Strong RN clinical skills in the home health environment
  • Management experience above the supervisor level
  • Ability to thrive in an environment of ambiguity and change as the system is undergoing significant positive changes
  • Experience in a high home health patient census environment.

THE COMMUNITY:

The community is a rich landscape of choices with a population of 100,000, Close to booming Seattle. A recipient of an All-America City Award, the city has more than 1,600 acres of beautiful parks, trails and playgrounds and nearly 50 miles of freshwater and saltwater shorelines. Some of the best salmon and steelhead fishing in the world and has the largest public marina on the West Coast.

 

 

Hospice – Director of Education and Community Development
Atlanta Metro

 

The Director of Education and Community Development is responsible for the overall direction of the hospice services, functioning under the direction of the Executive Director.  He/she is responsible for clinical and quality training for the staff and the community.  The Director of Education and Community Development implements and evaluates goals and objectives for hospice services that meet and promote the standards of quality and contribute to the total organization and philosophy.

The Director of Education and Community Development must be either:

  • a licensed Registered Nurse (RN), Bachelor/Master’s degree in health care or related field preferred, from an accredited program by the National League of Nursing (preferred);
  • or a social worker, three (3) to five (5) years’ experience in health care management within the last five (5) years;
  • demonstrates an ability to supervise and direct professional and administrative personnel;
  • has an ability to deal directly and tactfully with the community;
  • has knowledge of corporate business management;
  • Understands hospice care and the services provided to patient and family/caregiver through an interdisciplinary group.

Dynamic growing organization with locations in GA, TX, UT, OR, CA and HI, offering tremendous career growth potential

 

Competitive salary, benefits and excellent career growth opportunities