As the Clinical Team Leader, you will serve as a member of the Hospice clinical services team providing appropriate and adequate nursing care as prescribed by the physician, in compliance with applicable Registered Nurse and Agency policies and procedures, to those patients who desire to receive care at Hospice El Paso.
- Competitive Salary
- Medical/Dental/Vision Benefits Available
- Company paid life insurance with additional voluntary life insurance option
- Employer Match 403(b)
- Paid Holiday
- Generous Vacation and Sick Leave
- Assists the Chief Nursing Officer in planning, organizing, implementing, evaluating, and directing the daily operations for the Inter-Disciplinary Group (IDG).
- Meets with administration, medical and nursing staff, and related departments in planning programs and activities.
- Conducts weekly IDG meetings with team members as appropriate.
- Provides clinical oversight and assists the Chief Nursing Officer in annual review of policies and procedures, manuals, job descriptions, etc. and recommends changes.
- Develops, facilitates, and monitors patient care staff safety-related activities in collaboration with the Safety Committee and the Chief Nursing Officer.
- Assists with budget development for the patient care staff.
- Executes budget resources as approved.
- Participates in program development and presentations designed for educational in-services, job training, and orientation for new personnel.
- Assists in the recruitment, selection, and training of patient care staff.
- Meets with department personnel on a continuous basis to solicit advice and provide
- problem resolution on department and inter-department matters.
- Reviews and evaluates the needs of patients from the work force perspective and provides recommendations to the Chief Nursing Officer.
- Effectively manages personnel scheduling, work assignments, etc. to sustain quality patient care.
- Oversees the quality improvement activities for IDG.
- Provides emergency nursing coverage as needed.
- Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Texas with a Nursing Degree from an accredited college or university.
- Two years experience in a supervisory capacity in a hospice, hospital, skilled nursing care facility, home health agency, or other related medical facility/service.
- Personal vehicle available for transportation during work.
- Valid driver’s license and insurance as required by the State of Texas.
- Must be able to read, write, and speak English at a level which will permit the employee to accurately understand and communicate information as needed to safely and efficiently perform job duties.
- Bilingual in the Spanish language preferred.
Please only apply if you meet minimum qualifications.
We are hiring for this position immediately.