At Pathfinder we recognize that providing exceptional service takes exceptional clinicians with the talent, energy and professionalism to ensure that we maximize the quality of life and level of independence for each patient we serve.
Clinicians are needed due to rapid growth in our Texas offices. These positions will take the lead in delivering exceptional clinical care with a personal touch. You will be responsible for the planning, coordinating and delivery of services in our patient’s homes.
We offer an outstanding base salary and benefits package including:
- Competitive Rates/Salaries
- Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Insurance
- Vision and Dental Insurance
- Life and Disability Insurance
- Paid Vacation
- 6 Personal Days Available Immediately
- Holiday Pay
- 401(k) Available – No Waiting Period
- Continuing Education Reimbursement
- Company Issued Phone
- Company Issued Netbook and/or IPad with integrated cell connection
- Kinnser EMR System
- Company Car or Auto Allowance
Job Summary: Primary function is to act as liaison between Agency and the community regarding community and customer needs.
Responsibilities include development and promotion of home health programs and services while maintaining the standards of practice consistent with quality health care and maximizing human, financial and equipment resources.
Education: Graduate of an accredited college/university is preferred.
Experience: Experience in the health care arena
Skills: Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all segments of the staff, the lay and professional public, the Board of Directors, Advisory Board, and Medical Director.
Environmental and Working Conditions:
Works under a variety of conditions in facilities and offices; ability to travel locally; ability to work flexible schedule; some exposure to unpleasant weather.
Physical and Mental Effort:
Sitting is required. Requires ability to handle stressful situations in a calm and courteous manner at all times.
Requires working under some stressful conditions to meet deadlines and agency needs. Ability to travel.
Provides counsel to the Agency regarding needs of the community; program development including
personnel needs and financial needs.
Collaboratively develops and maintains policies specific to new programs.
Demonstrates an in-depth knowledge of, and ensures compliance with, all local, state and federal
laws relating to marketing of the agency.
Assists in direction of programs through collaboration with and delegation of responsibility to
administrative and supervisory personnel.
Establishes a public relations program for interpretation of the agency’s services and to foster good
working relations with physicians and community agencies.
Carries out other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors.