The Campus Care Team Leader is responsible for the coordination of care of services to be provided to residents of the ILF / ALF during the episode of Private Duty care which includes but is not limited to: hiring/training/scheduling/terminating of staff, covering open shifts, meeting with residents/families for new or change in services, on site visits, on call availability, initiate/assist with Campus Activities, etc.
1.0 Participates in the organization’s strategic planning activities. Focuses services toward diagnosis-specific client care needs.
COORDINATION OF SERVICES
2.0 Promotes the philosophy, mission statement
and administrative policies of Great Lakes Senior Care in an effort to ensure quality and consistency of patient care.
3.1 Supervises the office and billing procedures and to ensure correct documentation and billing procedures are followed.
4.1 Supervises and provides direction to agency personnel in an effort to ensure quality and continuity of services.
5.0 STAFF DEVELOPMENT
5.1 Demonstrates commitment, professional growth, and competency.
6.1 Implements and performs liaison activities with both individual clients and the community as a whole.
7.0 PROFESSIONAL GROWTH
7.1 Demonstrates commitment, and professional growth.
8.0 ORGANIZATIONAL SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
8.1 Promotes the Agency philosophy, mission statement and administrative policies to ensure quality of care.
EDUCATION: High School Diploma, GED. Associates Degree preferred. LICENSURE: Must have valid driver’s license.
EXPERIENCE: 2-3 years’ experience in an appropriate clinical care setting
SKILLS: Requires interpersonal skills and ability to manage homemakers, & patient care episodes, data processing, scheduling, problem solving and ability to communicate effectively. Skilled in conflict resolution. Responds to suggestion constructively.
TRANSPORTATION: Reliable transportation and valid automobile insurance coverage.
HEALTH STATUS: Meets all applicable agency policies and procedures related to health screening and required testing.
PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS
1. Complete required work on a daily basis.
2. Cope with work involving ill, disabled, and dying patients.
3. Sit, stand, bend, lift and move intermittently. (
4. Move equipment and supplies necessary for job functions.
5. Read, speak and write English in order to fulfill job functions in an understandable way.
6. See/hear or use prosthetics that enable accomplishment of job.
7. Meet the health requirements of the agency.
8. May have possible exposure to infectious diseases.
9. Abide by all occupational safety and bloodborne pathogen protocol to minimize illness and/or injury.
10. Move, support and/or transfer patients as required to perform essential functions of position.
Long Term Care