RN Supervisor (HC)

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General Summary
The Nursing Supervisor is responsible for the supervision of professional, direct services and personnnel who provide client care. Primary duties include hiring, assigning, staff development, employee skills validation and evaluations; conducting initial Home Conference visits, Supervisory visits, and coordinating/implementing the client''s Plan of Care.
Essential Job Responsibilities
Directly and indirectly, or through qualified subordinates supervise professional, direct services and appropriate personnel who provide direct in-home client care.
Conducting initial assessment or direction of such. Approving plan of care and service delivery methods.
Performs competency and skills evaluations on employees who provide direct client care.
Identifying, planning, and implementing staff development for direct care employees such as orientations, in-services, continuing education and competency/skills evaluations.
Determining and documenting whether the home health aide services are being delivered in an acceptable manner consistent with policies/procedures and customer satisfaction.
Documenting actions taken when services are unacceptable.
Teaching or supervising the teaching of household members who are responsible for assisting the client with his/her nursing or personal care needs.
Reviewing all documentation of services provided and ensuring compliance with ResCare, local, state or federal regulations.
Informing the physician and all assigned employees of changes in the client''s medical or mental condition and needs.
Providing direct care when necessary/appropriate or in conjunction with management functions.
Other duties as assigned.
Valid RN license in state (s) where such services are provided.
Working knowledge of applicable regulatory and funding source regulations.
Minimum of one year satisfactory administrative/supervisory experience in a health care setting.
One year of home care/health experience preferred.
Must be able to relate positively with individuals and families, as well as ResCare HomeCare staff and work cooperatively.
Valid driver''s license and insurance.
Moderate travel.

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