Required skills and experience:

• Responsible for the budget and other key performance indicators such as admissions, recertifications, HHRG, etc.

• Collaborates with our partners with quality and process measures relating to star ratings, hospital utilization and patient satisfaction

• Adheres to the organizations policies and procedures within Medicare and federal guidelines

• Interaction with individuals (internal clinical teams, patient family member, physician, etc.) as applicable via phone, email and/or face to face concerning patient care

• Assumes accountability for documentation and clinical charting practices in accordance with agency protocol and Medicare/Federal/State guidelines

• Review all policies and procedures for compliance with local, state and federal regulations

• Implement policy, procedures and quality improvement programs in the field

• Monitors patient trends and outcomes

• Maintain professional growth and development through seminars, workshops and professional affiliations to keep abreast of the latest trends in field of expertise

• Maintains a professional appearance and Cultural Fit as a representative of the company

• Understands and practices agency policies and procedures

• Directly supervises the Director, Nursing and indirectly supervises the field staff and clinical support

• Interviewing, hiring, training and termination of department personnel

• Provides consistent coaching and provides challenge and opportunity to direct reports

• Supervises direct reports with consistency and clarity of expectations

• Completes yearly evaluations in an accurate and timely manner

• Performs coaching, counseling and discipline as needed

• Works with direct reports to ensure employee satisfaction and resolution of issues and concerns

• Conducts employee performance reviews

• Other duties as assigned

What you need to know:

• This position requires a Registered Nurse in the state of employment

• A minimum of five years of supervisory or administrative experience in home healthcare, or related health programs

• Expertise and Homecare background for multiple sites preferred

• Knowledge of guideline governing home health agencies

• Ability to create positive impressions and maintain effective communication with a variety of people

• Knowledgeable on nursing best practices

• Ability to identify a situation and handle it with the best possible solution

• Detail-oriented and observant

• Strong ability to multi-task and be adaptable as priorities change throughout the day

• Operational knowledge of HCHB software, PDA’s, ADP, Microsoft Office & Outlook preferred

• Valid driver’s license and auto insurance.

Interview process:

Job selling points:

Our employees enjoy: Competitive Pay, Quarterly Bonuses, Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance, 401(k) Match, Verizon Wireless Discount, Paid Time Off, and more!

key qualifications

licenses and certifications



Medicare, Microsoft Office

minimum education


years experience

5+ years

travel requirements