LPN/RN Job Responsibilities:
- Follows the plan of care and communicates necessary revisions to the Nursing Supervisor/Clinical Manager.
- Furnishes those services requiring substantial specialized nursing skill.
- Prepares clinical and progress notes for each patient visit.
- Counsels the patient and family/significant others in meeting nursing and related needs.
- Participates in in-service programs, supervising and teaching other nursing personnel.
- Understands and adheres to established company policies and procedures.
- Processes orders and notifies physician of patient needs and changes in condition. Completes certification/recertification orders and discharge summaries.
- Observes confidentiality, safeguards all patient related information.
- Completes documentation and paperwork in a timely manner as per company policy.
- Immediately reports to Clinical Manager/Nursing Supervisor any patient incidents/variances or complaints.
- Demonstrates competent performance of technical skills according to established procedures.
- Maintains acceptable attendance status as per company policy.
- Reports all incomplete work assignments to Clinical Manager/Nursing Supervisor.
- Appearance is always within company standards; clean and well-groomed.
- Demonstrates effective time management skills through daily documentation and infrequent overtime for routine assignments.
- Demonstrates sound judgment, critical thinking and decision making.
Licensed Practical Nurse/ Registered Nurse Work Hours Shifts:
- Full Time, Part Time
- Days or Nights
- CPR certification
- Valid PPD
- Valid Georgia Nursing license
The Clinical Director is responsible for the overall management and performance of the clinical operation of the company. This role assures that the organization is in compliance with state licensing requirements and all applicable state and federal regulatory standards are continually met.
- Demonstrates working knowledge of state and federal regulations, conditions of participation, licensure laws, and accrediting body regulation, so that the organization is compliant with acceptable standards of practice
- Ensures the development and maintenance of required Clinical policies of the organization
- Demonstrates a working knowledge of clinical protocols/policies and procedures that use evidence based best practices to provide consistency and quality care performance outcomes
- Collaborates with the clinical and operational team to develop and implement overall growth strategy for clinical operations and financial outcomes
- Supervises the formulation of the participating Individuals’ plans for delivery of all waiver services provided to the Individuals by the organization
- Conducts functional assessments and supervises high intensity services
- Monitors and/or participates in the implementation and deliver of the Individual Service Plan (ISP)
- Supervises the delivery of services and ensures the strategies reflect the goals and objectives of the ISP
- Monitors the progress toward achievement of goals in the ISP and makes recommendation for modification to the ISP, as appropriate
- Performs comprehensive assessment and analysis of clinical processes regarding the delivery of clinical services, efficiency and effectiveness
- Supervises and provides direction and support to the Clinical Manager
- Serves as a resource to all agency personnel regarding clinical actives in the absence of the Clinical Manager
- Responsible for developing, updating, and renewing waiver participating individuals’ clinical paperwork, and maintaining relationships with individuals
- Participates in QA and Performance Improvement Programs
- Participates in budget preparation and census projections for clinical services
- Attends external meeting as needed and presents information on the organization to outside sources
- Develops and maintains cooperative working relationships with other companies, professionals, and referral sources to encourage the exchange of information and services
- Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from an accredited program
- 3+ years of experience in nursing, with at least 1 year in home or community health nursing required
- Minimum of 1 year in a supervisory or management position
- Current license as a professional, Registered Nurse
- Certification in Nursing Administration, Community Health, or Home Care preferred
- Valid driver’s license and automobile insurance, per state guidelines
- Must have use of automobile in good working condition
CLINICAL SERVICES SUPERVISOR
The Clinical Services Supervisor is a professional position responsible for the oversight of the Clinical Services provided by ARAA Home Health Care LLC. This role assists in overseeing the coordination of patient care through the supervision of the clinical staff and contractors. Assist in managing the safety and infection control, Quality Assurance/Performance Improvement program which includes oversight of the clinical record review and chart audits and maintenance of medical supplies. Assures medical records are maintained appropriately and that all clinical disciplines function according to licensure, state law, and Medicare/Medicaid standards. The Clinical Services Supervisor reports to and receives consultation, direction and supervision from the Manager of Clinical Services.
- Supervises the provision of clinical nursing care to patients, and provides care on an as needed basis.
- Manages clinical field staff
- Works with clinical staff to assist as needed with difficult care issues and to alter patient plans of care.
- Assess patient situations, staff problems, and coordinate physician referrals.
- Oversees proper maintenance of medical/clinical records.
- Oversees planning and evaluation of the Infection Control and Safety program for assigned patients.
- Assists Manager of Clinical Services with completion of all clinical paperwork related to patient care, including GAPP renewals.
- Conduct monthly supervisory visits and documents appropriately, according and compliant with state requirements
- Able to be on-call after hours, on weekends
- Identifies staff development needs and continuing education
- Assists in conducting employee performance evaluations/appraisals
- Assures accurate and timely completion of field employee incident reports, and performs audits of nursing notes
- Assists in the investigation of patient and customer concerns and complaints
- Maintains current knowledge of home care principles and practices, applicable laws, regulations, and practices
- Attends external meetings as needed and presents information on ARAA Home Care, LLC to outside sources
- Maintains confidentiality of patient and agency information according to HIPAA guidelines.
- Current Georgia Registered Nurse licensure
Companion Care Assistant
Companion Care Assistant responsibilities include:
- Provides companionship and conversation
- Prepare and serve meals
- Perform light housekeeping and laundry
- Shopping, errands and transportation
- Recreational activities
- Other duties as assigned
The ideal candidate will have:
- Previous caregiver experience (preferred)
- A passion for caregiving and a desire to help others
- A commitment to being present and providing quality care
- Empathy, patience, kindness and respect
- Ability to carry out direction, both verbal and written
- Ability to effectively manage the demands of the job
Certified Nurse Assistant
We are a growing company and have multiple roles open for a skilled CNA. You will provide outstanding patient care and physical support for patients and residents on a daily basis. To do well in this role you should have your state certified nursing assistant certification and a nursing degree from a recognized CNA program.
- Provide great patient care.
- Answer patient calls and determine how best to help them.
- Provide physical support for patients or residents with daily activities and personal hygiene, including bathing, dressing, getting out of bed, – using the toilet, walking, standing or exercising.
- Turn and reposition bedridden patients.
- Ensure patients receive an appropriate diet by reviewing their dietary restrictions, food allergies, and preferences.
- Obtain a wide range of information from physicians, caregivers, and nurses about patient condition, treatment plans, and suggested activities.
- Measure and record food and liquid intake and urinary and fecal output and reporting changes to medical or nursing staff.
- Record vital signs, including blood pressure, pulse, temperature, and respiration rate as requested by staff.
- Examine patients to detect issues requiring medical care, including open wounds, bruises or blood in urine.
- Remind patients to take medications and nutritional supplements.
- Note observations of patient behavior, including complaints, or physical symptoms to nurses.
- Stay up to date on CNA training and facility policy and procedure.
- State Certified Nursing Assistant Certification.
- Current CPR (American Heart Association).
- Nursing degree from a CNA program.
- Ability to think and work independently and with direction, and communicate with staff members in a fast-paced and sometimes stressful environment.
- Current certification as a Certified Nursing Assistant.
- High School graduate or equivalent.
- Current identification.
- Comfortable using a computer.
HR Recruiting Specialist
Daily Job Duties of HR Recruiting Specialists
The recruiting, interviewing, and screening responsibilities of HR recruiters can be further broken down by daily job duties, which include:
- Partners with hiring managers to determine staffing needs
- Performs resumes screening
- Performs in-person and phone interviews with candidates
- Administer appropriate company assessments
- Perform reference and background checks Makes recommendations to company hiring managers
- Makes recommendations to company hiring managers
- Coordinates interviews with the hiring managers
- Follows up on the interview process status
- Maintains relationships with both internal and external clients to ensure staffing goals are achieved
- Communicates information and benefits during the screening process
- Stays current on the company’s organization structure, personnel policy, and federal and state laws regarding employment practices >Serving as a liaison with area employment agencies, colleges, and industry associations
- Serves as a liaison with area employment agencies, colleges, and industry associations
- Completes reports on employment activity
- Conduct exit interviews on terminating employees