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Company Name: Seasons Hospice

Description
Seasons Hospice a non-profit, faith based company, has served the community since 1997.

We need to fill the following positions:
• Director of Nursing
• PRN Social Worker
• PRN Chaplain
• Intake Coordinator/RN
• PT Bereavement
Coordinator

Please send resume to: NMorton@seasonshospice.com
Or Call: 918-745-0222

DIRECTOR OF NURSING

QUALIFICATIONS
1. Prefer registered nurse with current licensure to practice professional nursing in the state.
2. Graduate of NLN accredited schoolof nursing.
3. Previous eXPerience in Hospice/home care setting and with two years management or supervisory e)(J)erience. Proven ability to work within an interdisciplinary setting.
4. Complies with accepted professionalstandards and practice.
5. Has excellent observation, good nursing judgment and communication skills. Understands Hospice philosophy and issues of death/dying.
6. Understands principles of pain/symptom management.
7. Is flexible and cooperative in fulfilling all obligations.
8. Is self directed with the ability to work with little supervision.
9. Possesses and maintains good physicalstamina and mentalhealth. Has presented a pre employment physician's health clearance inclUding a negative TB skin test and/or CXR and other tests as required by organization policy.
10. Must be a licensed driver with an automobile that is insured in accordance with state and/or organization requirements and is in good working order.
11. Complies and maintains current CPR certification.
12. Has satisfactory references from current employers and/or professionalpeers.

SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES
The clinical supervisor is responsible for the day to day management of patient care activities and supervision of clinicalpersonnel.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
1. Receives case referrals. Reviews available patient information related to case, including home visits, to determine Hospice/home care needs. Assigns appropriate Hospice personnel as needed. Confers with medical director regarding questions about an individual's eligibility for services.
2. Reviews and evaluates each case through a variety of means such as home visits, conferences, record review and the services provided by clinicians; discusses and verifies impressions, instructs and guides clinicians to promote more effective performance and delivery of quality home care services: and is available at all times during operating hours to assist clinicians as appropriate.
3. Reviews patient's medical diagnosis, prognosis, medications, procedures and clinical course.
4. Assists clinicians in establishing immediate and long-term therapeutic goals, in setting priorities, and in developing plan of care.
5. Attends case conference meetings with Hospice personnel to facilitate coordination ofcare and discussion of interdisciplinary team involvement.
6. Conducts quarterly record reviews and communicates findings and recommendations to Clinical Director and Hospice personnel.
7. Assists in the screening and interviewing process of new employees and makes recommendations for employment of individuals. Assists in the orientation of new employees.
8. Assists Clinical Director and other supervisory Hospice personnel in the planning, implementation and evaluation of in-service and continuing education programs. Assists in the formulating, revising, implementing, and evaluating organization policies,
procedures, goals and objectives, both short and long range.
9. Complies with accepted professional standards and principles.
10. Assesses health needs of community and assists in the development of plan(s)/ program(s) to meet needs. Participates in public relation and community activities that promote the organization's role as an effective member of the Hospice and health care delivery system. Promotes customer service orientation to all Hospice personnel.

BEHAVIORAL STANDARDS
1. Professionalism: maturity, self-control, positive representative of organization. appropriate appearance, honors and respects individuals.
2. Integrity: dependable, trustworthy and honest.
3. Role Model: patterns positive behavior for others to emulate, fosters an atmosphere of personal and professional growth.
4. Problem Solving: employs effective problem solving techniques.
5. Time Management: productive use of time and resources, attentive to tasks equivalent to position.
6. Policies and Procedures: displays knowledge of and adheres to policies and procedures.
7. Creativity to Enhance Job Performance: develops innovative means to enhance performance.
8. Communication Skills: communicates effectively at all levels, written, verbal, nonverbal.
9. Job Proficiency: initiative, retention of knowledge, follows instructions, demonstrates follow through, accurate.
10. Confidentiality: honors and protects privacy of internal (employees/co-workers) and external customers (patient, family, physician, community).
11. Response to Change: versatility, enthusiasm, flexibility, eager for new opportunities for growth.

INTAKE COORDINATOR/RN

QUALIFICATIONS
1. Is a graduate of an accredited school of professional (registered) nursing. BSN preferred.
2. Is currently licensed as an RN through the State Board of Nursing.
3. At least one year's general nursing experience is required with current Hospice, medical, surgical or critical care experience. Has experience with providing good pain management, IV skills preferred.
4. Complies with accepted professional standards and principles.
5. Understands Hospice philosophy, principles of death/dying.
6. Possesses and maintains good physical stamina and mental health. Has presented a pre employment physician's health clearance including a negative TB skin test and/or CXR and other tests as required by the organization's policy.
7. Must be a licensed driver with an automobile that is insured in accordance with state and/or organization requirements and is in good working order.
8. Possesses and maintains current CPR certification.
9. Has satisfactory references from nursing school, previous (or current) employers and/or professional peers.
10. Has excellent observation, good nursing judgment and communication skills. Ability to provide good written documentation in a timely manner.
11. is self-directed with the ability to work with little supervision.
12. Is flexible and cooperative in fulfilling role obligation and has ability to work within an interdisciplinary team.

SUMMARY OF JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
The RN provides skilled professional nursing care to the patient/family/caregiver as prescribed by the physician and in compliance with regulations as established by the State Board of Registered Nursing, the patient, and the policies of Seasons Hospice. The RN shall provide services in accordance with recognized standards of practice. The assessment, planning and provision of nursing services shall be the responsibility of the registered nurse.

BEHAVIORAL STANDARDS
1.Professionalism: maturity, self-control, positive representative of organization. appropriate appearance, honors and respects individuals.
2.Integrity: dependable, trustworthy and honest.
3.Role Model: patterns positive behavior for others to emulate, fosters an atmosphere of personal and professional growth.
4.Problem Solving: employs effective problem solving techniques.
5.Time Management: productive use of time and resources, attentive to tasks equivalent to position.
6. Policies and Procedures: displays knowledge of and adheres to policies and procedures.
7.Creativity to Enhance Job Performance: develops innovative means to enhance performance.
8.Communication Skills: communicates effectively at all levels, written, verbal, nonverbal.
9.Job Proficiency: initiative, retention of knowledge, follows instructions, demonstrates follow through, accurate.
10.Confidentiality: honors and protects privacy of internal (employees/co-workers) and external customers (patient, family, physician, community).
11.Response to Change: versatility, enthusiasm, flexibility, eager for new opportunities for growth.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
1.Seeks and obtains sufficient information necessary to function effectively in the Hospice setting where patienVfamily/caregiver are requiring care.
2.Provides professional nursing care by utilizing all elements of nursing process.
3. Assesses and evaluates patient's status by:
A.Writing and initiating plan of care
8. Regularly re-evaluating patient/family/caregiver needs
C.Revising the plan of care as necessary.
D.When nursing services are
delegated to a licensed practical nurse:
1).The licensed practical nurse shall be supervised by a registered nurse who is available to the licensed practical nurse at least by phone during the hours that the licensed practical nurse is providing services or is on call; and
2).The registered nurse shall make at least monthly on-site visits and document that the licensed practical nurse is routinely providing nursing services in accordance with the plan of care.
E.The registered nurse shall develop a written aide assignment based upon the patient's/family's needs when home health aide services are provided.
F. When aide service are provided a hospice RN shall visit the home at least every two weeks. The visit shall include an assessment of aide services.
4.Initiates and sustains as needed the implementation of orders for medications and treatments as prescribed by the physician In the physician's plan of care. Completes work within acceptable time limits.
5.Initiates and applies appropriate preventative and therapeutic nursing procedures and techniques and maintains communication regarding patient care with the physician and supervisory personnel.
6.Completes, maintains and submits accurate and relevant clinical notes regarding patient's condition and care given.
7. Uses supplies and equipment effectively and efficiently.
8. Observes the patient for changes in condition and reports these changes and the patient's/family's/caregiver's needs to the attending physician and appropriate supervisory personnel. Records pain/symptom management changes/outcomes as appropriate.
9. Assists the patient with the activities of daily living and facilitates the patient's efforts toward self-sufficiency and optimal comfort care.
10. Teaches the patient/family/caregiver self-care techniques as appropriate. Provides medication, diet and other. instructions as ordered by the physician and recognizes and utilizes opportunities for health counseling with patients/families/caregivers. Works in concert with the other Hospice interdisciplinary team members.
11. Provides and maintains a safe environment for the patient.
12. Assists the patienUfamily/caregiver and other team members in providing continuity of care.
13. Works in cooperation with the family/caregiver and Hospice interdisciplinary team members to meet the emotional needs of the patienUfamily/caregiver.
14. Supervises ancillary personnel and delegates responsibilities when required.
15. Performs within the limits of preparation and experience.
16. Accepts responsibility of assignment to perform a specialized procedure, such as IV therapy, only when qualified with specialty training, proven competency, clinical back ground, and expertise in the specialty area.
17. Assumes responsibility for personal growth and development and maintains and upgrades professional knowledge and practice skills through attendance and participation in continuing education and in-service classes.
18. Fulfills the obligation of requested and/or accepted case assignments.
19. Actively participates in quality management program

PRN SOCIAL WORKER

QUALIFICATIONS
1. A person who has at least a Bachelors degree in Social Work, from a school of Social work accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
2. Prefer a minimum of one year's experience in health care, Hospice experience preferred. Understands Hospice philosophy, and issues of death/dying.
3. Experience in a home health care, preferred.

SUMMARY OF JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
The medical social worker contracted or employed through the organization is responsible for the implementation of standards of care for medical social work services and for adherence to all conditions in the Service or Employment Agreement. The Medical Social Worker shall provide services in a manner consistent with recognized standards of practice. Assessment, planning and provision of medical social services shall be the responsibility of the social worker.

BEHAVIORAL STANDARDS
1. Professionalism: maturity, self-control, positive representative of organization, appropriate appearance, honors and respects individuals.
2. Integrity: dependable, trustworthy and honest.
3. Role Model: patterns positive behavior for others to emulate, fosters an atmosphere of personal and professional growth.
4. Problem Solving: employs effective problem solving techniques.
5. Time Management: productive use of time and resources, attentive to tasks equivalent to tasks equivalent to position.
6. Policies and Procedures: displays knowledge of and adheres to policies and procedures.
7. Creativity to Enhance Job Performance: develops innovative means to enhance performance.
8. Communication Skills: communicates effectively at all levels, written, verbal, nonverbal.
9. Job Proficiency: initiative, retention of knowledge, follows instructions, demonstrates follow through, accurate.
10. Confidentiality: honors and protects privacy of internal (employees/co-workers) and external customers (patient, family, physician, community).
11. Response to Change: versatility, enthusiasm, flexibility, eager for new opportunities for growth.

PT BEREAVEMENT COORDINATOR

QUALIFICATIONS
1. Prefer B.D. or M.Div. or equivalent theological degree from accredited college or university. Experience with families/caregivers and patients through death/dying issues -­ OR- Master's degree in Social Work with qualifications of experienced clinical grief counseling.
2. Ability to work as a team member.
3. Knowledge and commitment to Hospice philosophy.
4. Understanding of grief response and experience with counseling individuals and/or in groups regarding loss.

SUMMARY OF JOS RESPONSIBILITIES
The bereavement coordinator is responsible to plan, Implement, and maintain a bereavement program to meet the needs of families/caregivers from Seasons Hospice for thirteen months following the death of the individual Hospice patient.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
1. Coordinates the assessment and delivery of grief counseling needs and services (one-to one, groups, and ongoing follow-up) to ensure timely and appropriate services are provided to family/caregivers.
2. Plans for Bereavement Program development, expansion and refinement through annual evaluation of services.
3. Provides bereavement support to Hospice personnel coping with work related grief through one-to-one counseling, supervision of interns providing one-to-one counseling, and referral to community resources.
4. Provides bereavement information and referral services to callers from the community. Expands and maintains community resource list as needed.
5. Assists as needed in evaluating and planning services to meet Hospice personnel support needs, i.e., yearly retreats, weekly support groups.
6. Functions independently, but seeks and accepts guidance from other members of the interdisciplinary team, or from member of the community.
7. Participates in Hospice activities such as in-service education, Hospice personnel meetings, and relevant committees.
8. Advances professional knowledge and skills.
9. Accepts and performs other related duties and responsibilities as required.

• Location: Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

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