1. Personal stability, flexibility, energy, and commitment to working effectively and respectfully with clients.
2. Credentials as Licensed Practical Nurse, Certified Nurse Assistant, or Geriatric Nursing Assistant (LPN/CNA/GNA) authorized under Health Occupations Article, Annotated Code of Maryland, with current license and insurance or at least two years’ clinical experience and plans to achieve credentials above.
3. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a teamwork environment.
4. Highly developed organizational and communication skills.
5. Availability for work including some evenings as needed.
6. Current CPR certification.
7. Privileged to carry out all duties, including client treatment coordination.
1. Take part in all agency training programs as requested.
2. Maintain a high quality of treatment with staff as measured by outcome measures, no-show rates, productivity, client satisfaction surveys, supervisory evaluation.
3. Complete all regulatory documentation of client treatment and share information in a timely manner with other professionals working with client, both with the staff and, with client permission, outside agencies.
4. Triage and prep patients, assist providers with office visits, and provide skilled nursing services as scheduled.
5. Collaborate with rehabilitation/treatment plans and staff in serving the client’s needs.
6. Provide health promotion and training as requested.
7. Maintain client confidentiality as required by Maryland law.
8. Other duties as assigned by supervisor or collaborating provider.
Position reports to the Clinic Administrator, who provides administrative supervision. Schedules, assignments, and evaluations will be provided by the Clinic Administrator, who may delegate as desired. The Medical Director provides clinical supervision.
CLASSIFICATION, SALARY, AND BENEFITS:
Regular, full or part time position; exempt from overtime; salary by published salary scale