Clinical Supervisor - (RN) HospiceLeadership Opportunity - GIP Hospitals - The Clinical Supervisor optimizes the team's ability to deliver care by utilizing clinical knowledge, skills and keen evaluation. The Clinical Supervisor manages, develops and supports the clinical team while ensuring all patients and families unique needs are met. The Clinical Supervisor is readily available to assist staff, patients and families with the evolving care plan.
Schedule: Monday - Friday with one weekend on call per month
Location: Maryland and Washington, DC - Hospital GIP Units
The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for the day-to-day triage of the Team activities of accepting referrals, assuring timely admissions, assigning patients to the appropriate team members and monitoring patient care as ordered on the interdisciplinary plan of care. The Clinical Supervisor conducts the IDT meetings and supervises and supports clinical staff through evaluation and field supervisory visits and assures ongoing development of the teams’ clinical skills. The Clinical Supervisor will assure quality care and compliance with state and federal regulations, CHAP accreditation standards, and the organization’s policies and procedures.
Supervisory Responsibilities: The Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for supervising applicable RN Case Managers, LPNs, CNA, Social Workers, Grief and Bereavement Coordinators, and Chaplains.
Experience Requirements The Clinical Supervisor must have at least one year of Hospice/Home Health experience. A minimum of two years of management experience and at least four years of acute care and/or oncology is preferred.
Education Requirements: The Clinical Supervisor must have at least a RN from a NLN accredited nursing program. A BSN is preferred.
Required Certificates and/or Licenses: The Clinical Supervisor must have a medical license from the governing body for medical practice for the District of Columbia, State of Maryland, and/or the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Must have driver's license in good standing and access to a vehicle during working hours.
Internal Number: 2020-2328
About Capital Caring
As a result of this innovation, Capital Caring has over the years provided hospice, palliative care, and counseling to nearly 120,000 patients and their families. What began as a small team in a single office and has expanded to a regional network that encompasses multiple neighborhood offices across Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.
Over 1,000 employees and more than 2,000 volunteers provide these services to nearly 2,000 patients each day. As one of the nation’s oldest and largest non-profit providers of hospice and palliative care, Capital Caring is proud to provide nearly $3 million in charitable care to families in need annually.