The website www.hospicechoices.com is an excellent resource to use if you are seeking a new position in another state or if you are trying to fill a position in your organization. Below are positions available at HPCAI member institutions. Please contact the facility identified for more information.
Great River Health, West Burlington, Iowa
Outstanding Home Health Hospice Director opportunity with a progressive, leading edge organization located in beautiful, Southeast Iowa.
The Director position will aid and assist in the development, implementation, utilization and maintenance of the day to day operations and performance improvement of the Home Health Care, Hospice and the Hospice House in the West Burlington and Ft. Madison locations. Works closely with departmental supervisors in the supervision of staff and plays an integral role in department operations, including but not limited to—hiring, suspending, laying off, recalling, promoting, discharging, assigning work, and rewarding. Responsible for performance improvement, regulatory compliance and fiscal oversight of the department. .
- A licensed physician, registered nurse, or holds an undergraduate degree (Bachelor or Associate degree) AND
- Has experience in health service administration with at least 1 year of supervisory or administrative experience in home health care or hospice or a related health care program.
- Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills
- Proficient skills to promote excellent client relations and customer skills
- People management skills and the ability to network and manage a team
- Previous Home Health/and or hospice experience preferred
- Ability to utilize a variety of software programs
- Excellent organization and time management skills
Visit/Apply directly: www.greatriverhealth.org/Careers/Career-Opportunities.aspx Search R-01005
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Social Worker II, Hospice : https://pm.healthcaresource.com/CS/genesis/#/job/28891
To provide varied and ongoing social work services to Hospice patients and their families. This may include psychosocial evaluation, ongoing psychosocial counseling, direct casework services, bereavement services, community outreach and referral through collaboration with physicians, staff, families, community agencies and hospice leadership. Actively participate in quality monitoring and performance improvement activities.
To provide safe, effective, culturally competent, family based, holistic care for all terminally ill patients and their families or significant others. Key accountabilities include assessments, diagnosis, outcomes identification, planning, implementation, and evaluation of care using critical thinking and evidenced-based practice; management of pain and symptoms associated with end of life care and maximizing quality of life with adherence to the Professional Practice Standards as evidenced by ANA and active participation in quality monitoring and performance improvement activities.
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