This position is responsible for developing and providing nursing services as prescribed by the nursing care plan and within the framework of the administrative structure of the agency, nursing standards of practice and the program policies of practice.
“An Equal Opportunity Employer”
STATUS: Part-time (20 hours a week)
LOCATION OF Work: HAH Department, 1699 W. Mound St.
REPORTS TO: Help-at-Home Director
POSITION SUMMARY: This position is responsible for developing and providing nursing services as prescribed by the nursing care plan and within the framework of the administrative structure of the agency, nursing standards of practice and the program policies of practice. The Home Health Aide Supervisor will also be responsible for providing supervision to the Home Health Aide staff within the Home Care Program. The Home Health Aide Supervisor will evaluate the client using the holistic model, which includes the physical, psychosocial, spiritual, and environmental realms, within the context of the Community Health Model. This position works with clients individually to assess client needs and services upon completion of the assessment submits documentation of need. The Home Health Aide Supervisor will assist other department staff with activities such as client follow-up, field staff in-services and covering the scheduling of services as needed. Work performed in this position will be of a professional and confidential nature. Work performed in this position will be of a professional and confidential nature. Work requires an attention to detail, flexibility and the ability to handle multiple functions at one time. This position will have frequent contact with agency personnel and clients of the agency. A positive and cooperative image and attitude is crucial for this position. Work performed is under the general supervision of the Program Director – Help at Home and in conjunction with other agency staff. This position requires a significant amount of independence, self-direction, and self-discipline to accomplish its essential functions and responsibilities.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Baccalaureate degree in nursing. Five years experience as a community health nurse. A current RN license for the state of Ohio. Minimum of three years supervisory experience. Must possess a valid Ohio driver’s license, have a vehicle available for agency use and maintain adequate insurance. Maintain personal professional liability insurance in the amount of one million dollars. Employee must have the ability to lift 30 pounds.
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LifeCare Alliance is a drug-free and tobacco-free workplace. We perform drug tests and criminal background checks on all prospective employees. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of the hiring process.