Centers Plan for Healthy Living

RN Field Assessment Supervisor

US-NY-Staten Island
1 year ago
ID
2016-1104
# of Openings
0
Category
Nurses

Overview

 

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JOIN THE FASTEST GROWING MLTC IN NEW YORK STATE!

 

Centers Plan for Healthy Living is seeking RN Assessment Supervisors!

Responsibilities

Responsibilities would include, but are not limited to, all of the following:

  • Training New Staff
    • Use and navigation of Case Trakker
    • Teaching documentation guidelines
    • Enforcing guidelines and timelines
    • In UAS- Teaching consistency and appropriate documentation
  • Managing supplies for RNs
  • Quality reports on UAS and monitoring of RN progress and scoring
  • Managing issues and concern of staff members
  • Evaluating staff and disciplinary action as needed
  • Managing the contact list and communications of the department
  • Ensuring smooth communication between CM and Field Staff
  • Attending interoffice meetings with other departments
  • Other duties as needed

Qualifications

Education

 

Required:   Graduate of a 2- 4 year accredited nursing program;

 

Preferred:   Bachelor of Science in Nursing

 

 

Type of Experience                                          

Required:  1 Year of MLTC UAS Field Assessment experience

 

Specific Technical Skills

Preferred:   Case Trakker, Excel, Power Point, Word, Outlook

 

Certifications/Licensure:

Required:    NYS RN License

            

 

Knowledge and Skills:

·         Solid clinical judgment and ability to problem solve

·         Knowledge of MLTC regulations

·         Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and meet deadlines

 

  

Competitive Salary and Excellent Benefits!

·         Employer Covered Life Insurance and Long Term Disability

  • 401k with Company Match

·         Health, Dental and Vision

  • Flexible Spending Account-Dependent Care, Commuter Account   
  • Life Insurance and More!
  • Voluntary Benefits

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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