TITLE: NURSE (RN) MANAGER
STATUS: Full Time; Exempt
ABOUT US: The mission at Rocky Mountain Health Care Services (RMHCS) is improving lives, optimizing wellness, and promoting independence. We work diligently to keep individuals as highly independent as possible. We deliver exceptional care to enrich the lives of our participants and empower them to live vibrant, independent lives.
We work towards this goal through programs that are designed to meet the specific needs of individuals living in El Paso and Teller Counties. All our programs have worked toward this same goal since 1976.
Our multi-disciplinary team of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, CNAs, occupational and physical therapists, case managers, care providers and all the support staff to make it happen are passionate about caring for and contributing to the health and well-being of our clients and for championing their personal wellness and independence. Together, we play a key role providing exceptional care and services that enrich the lives of our clients and empower them to live vibrant, independent lives at our Day Center, in their homes, group homes or our residential facilities. RMHCS is growing rapidly with 350+ employees today on the way to 500+. We anticipate doubling in size over the next three years growing from our present $40 million to over $100 million in revenue.
MISSION: Improving Lives, Optimizing Wellness, Promoting Independence
Affordable Medical/Dental/Vision Plans
401b retirement plans with company match
Continued education assistance and Certifications
Employee discounts on products and services
Employee referral bonuses
This Nurse Manager is responsible for overseeing the medical needs of BrainCare residential participants including medication management and providing hands-on skilled care duties. Working closely with the Director and other members of the care plan team, the Nurse Manager will make critical recommendations for care planning and training staff on how to provide proper care to all participants in the program. Acts as liaison between the care planning team, the primary care physician and coordinates other needs such as medication changes, durable medical equipment and other long-term Medicaid benefits.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Oversight of all medical requirements for SLP certification, per state regulations, including but not limited to, medication administration, medical care coordination, medical assessment and hands-on care with activities of daily living (ADLs).
Attends care planning meetings to provide input on medical needs to the care planning team and to report back on information given at weekly meetings with the Primary Care Physician (Rocky Mountain Senior Care).
Trains staff on proper care techniques to maintain/improve quality of services.
Available to answer questions from residential staff regarding medical concerns as well as provides guidance for situations in which a participant may need to be hospitalized.
Involved in intake assessments for potential participants and leads/participates in medical assessments as needed.
Performs and supervises the administration of prescribed medications and treatments in accordance with nursing standards, licensure, state and federal regulations.
Signs off on and implements medical orders, orders medications from pharmacy, and disseminates orders and instructions from the Primary Care Physician to appropriate personnel.
Oversight of the appointment summaries, health tracking and medical record portions of the Electronic Health Record software, Therap, as well as audits medication administration charts monthly.
Instructs participants and family regarding medications and treatment instructions/options.
Follows up on lab results as needed. Maintains communication regarding results with all facilities (e.g. physician's office, hospital intake and discharge, pharmacy).
Sets up and coaches participants with self-administration medications as per policy and procedure.
Ensures that medications for participants are verified to be correct upon arrival from pharmacy.
Participates in the rotation of manager on call (MOC).
Other duties as assigned,
SUPERVISORY (JOB SPECIFIC TASKS)
Exercises job-related judgment and knowledge
Organizes and prioritizes while working with strict deadlines
Responsible for the overall supervision of LPNs, BrainCare Navigators, C.N.A.s and QMAP Leads, including orientation, counseling, training, scheduling, disciplinary actions (with HR assistance).
Provides guidance and regular coaching to employees
Assigns tasks fairly and appropriate to job responsibilities
Required to maintain detailed supervisory notes documenting counseling and coaching interactions.
Must address disciplinary issues in a timely manner applying Company policy
Ensures that performance evaluations are conducted thoroughly and in a timely manner
Communicates goals and expectations clearly and effectively with direct reports
QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
Must be a registered nurse with a current Colorado Registered Nurse License
Three (3) to five (5) years of healthcare experience required, with general knowledge of medical care, acute care, and experience working with challenging behaviors preferred
Minimum one (1) year experience of supervisory or team management experience
Excellent time management skills, a positive attitude and ability to lead a team
Experience with working in the Medicaid and Medicare systems is highly desired
Current BLS certification through the American Heart Association is required
Unrestricted driver's license and motor vehicle insurance required
To apply, please visit: https://www.rmhcare.org/career-2/
RMHCS is an EEO/AA/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran employer
Rocky Mountain Health Care Services