The Snowline Palliative Care Program is experiencing exciting growth! We are currently seeking a full-time RN Case Manager to join our Supportive Care team and grow along with us. If you are a nurse looking to make a true difference during a crucial time in someone's life, this is the position for you. Our Supportive Care RNs assess, communicate, educate, navigate and support our patients and families through a life-limiting illness. Our nurses enjoy a traditional work schedule with no on-call duties after-hours; a generous benefits and PTO package and even an affordable company car program!
Essential job functions:
Provides supportive care to clients and their family/caregiver according to the primary caregiver's orders and agency's standards and policies
Performs appropriate physical and emotional assessments of client status/needs and the needs of the family/caregiver
Communicates with client's physician regarding the client's needs and reports changes in condition; obtains/receives physicians orders as required
Provides professional nursing advice by utilizing all elements of the nursing process
Provides health care education to the client and family/caregiver as appropriate and at their level of understanding
Demonstrates an adequate knowledge of clinical disease entities
Demonstrates adequate knowledge of specialized diets and medications commonly prescribed to clients
Demonstrates knowledge and awareness of rehabilitative and preventative care, ensures client safety and protection, providing ongoing education as client's condition changes
Demonstrates the ability to problem solve and facilitate client/family/caregiver decision making
Graduate from a Baccalaureate Degree Nursing Program, Associate Degree Nursing Program or a diploma in Nursing from an accredited school of nursing
Registered Nurse with current licensure to practice professional nursing in the State of California
Minimum of 2 years' experience in acute care or home care related setting
Palliative Care or hospice experience highly preferred
Self-directed and able to work with minimal supervision, ability to organize and prioritize workload independently
Excellent observation, problem solving, verbal and written communications skills
Demonstrated ability to efficiently use a computer, prior electronic medical record (EMR) experience preferred
Current CPR certification
Snowline Hospice is community-based, nonprofit, Joint Commission accredited organization, dedicated for over 40 years to meeting the unique physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of those who are nearing the end of life's journey. We care for patients throughout Sacramento County and El Dorado County. Our staff is an amazing group of caring professionals who support one another through thick and thin. We are a growing family determined to make a difference in the lives we touch. APPLY TODAY to become part of our team!
Snowline Hospice is an equal opportunity employer.