Hospice of Southern Maine, a healthcare organization where every aspect of the care experience is considered, is searching for superstar talent to join our team.
Superstar = people that aspire to provide the highest quality experience to all and love learning as well as teaching. Our cultural environment is a balance of purposeful work providing extraordinary value that challenges you to reach your champion status.
We are searching for a Clinical Services Director responsible for leading and managing a comprehensive array of services and programs and ensuring clinical competence and accountability. S/he will review on an ongoing basis services being offered and develop new programs as needs emerge and growth demands. S/he will be responsible for all activities pertaining to clinical functions, clinical quality and compliance, bereavement services and clinical direct marketing efforts including serving as the education liaison. This position will inform the CEO of all program issues and accomplishments and will provide summary reporting to the Board of Directors.
The Clinical Services Director will partner with the leadership and management team and will also be responsible for program planning, organizing, operating, and staffing within the specific areas s/he supervises. S/he is responsible for developing, implementing, and managing the program aspects of the annual budget in conjunction with the Finance & IS Director and CEO and responsible for ongoing financial and expense management. S/he is responsible for ensuring that all services are in compliance with all federal, state, and funding, regulations, certifications, and licensing requirements.
Nursing degree and Bachelor’s degree in health care administration or related field. Master’s degree in health care administration, business or related field preferred. Minimum of 5 years of senior level management experience required. 3 years of Hospice experience preferred. Proven track record of successful clinical and business management of health service organizations required along with supervising seasoned staff and operating multiple programs across an organization. A combination of equivalent education and experience may be considered. Active APRN-CNP and/or Registered Nurse License in the State of Maine. Certification in Hospice and Palliative Care required, if not certified, certification must be secured within two years. Valid driver’s license with a vehicle that is insured in accordance with state and/or agency requirements and is in good working order.
Hospice of Southern Maine began serving patients in 2004. The Gosnell Memorial Hospice House opened its doors in 2007 to become the first freestanding inpatient hospice facility in Maine. We are the only non-profit Hospice organization that is solely focused on end of life care in southern Maine. Our mission is to provide compassion, care, and comfort through end of life. We seek neither to prolon...g life nor to hasten death, but to provide excellent care for patients with a life-limiting illness and support for their families.