Attentive Care is seeking Per-Diem RN Home Care Supervisor to complete assessments and supervisory visits in Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties.
Spend your days out in the field visiting with families and caregivers ensuring they receive the best possible care! We also offer a family-like work environment with amazing co-workers! We all love what we do and enjoy coming to work every day. If you are an RN looking for a job that is rewarding and enjoyable at the same time, look no further!
Main Job Duties:
-Creating and Updating Care Plan on a Monthly basis
-Orientation of CHHA/Companions
-Supervision/Training of CHHA/Companions
-Documentation as per Company/Joint Commission /State Regulations
-Updating Family and Office Staff of changes
-Attend Team Meetings
-RN Degree with a current active license in NJ
-Minimum of 2 years experience as RN
-Home Care/Hospice Experience not required but a plus
-Travel is Required within Territory’s described above(road warrior)
-Must be highly organized
-Self Starter is a must
-Must be able to switch gears quickly
Come join our wonderful team and have a rewarding career helping seniors live happy and healthy in their homes!
Please email resume to fax your resume to 856-773-0339. Please be sure that all qualifications are met before sending your resume.
If you or an aging loved-one are considering hiring Home Care in Cherry Hill, NJ, please contact the caring staff at Attentive Care Inc. 1-800-493-5660
Our Home Care Providers are all licensed, insured and bonded CHHA’s, CNA’s, LPN’s and RN’s. They are full employees of Attentive Care. Our founder, a Registered Nurse started this company in 2001 with the vision of ensuring all people all ages receive the care they need to live life to its fullest in the privacy and security of their own home and familiarity of their beloved community.
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