RN Clinical Supervisor

Purpose, Passion, Pride.
Thrive Skilled Pediatric Care? was founded to improve the quality of life of children with medical complexities and to ease the burden on their families.
Our purpose is to provide high quality clinical home care to medically fragile children so they can grow and flourish to their full potential. This purpose serves as our guiding light and provides inspiration and motivation throughout our organization.
Our Core ValuesExcellence, Respect, Integrity, Compassion, and Social Responsibilitydefine how we conduct our business, informing all our strategic and operational decisions.
Thrive operates in the whole ecosysystem that surrounds medically complex children, working to be the care provider of choice and an integral part of the community that supports our patients through advocacy and Thrive Cares Foundation.
We are seeking a Clinical Supervisor to join our team in our new office in Fort Worth.
The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for managing the provision of all therapeutic services provided to patients and oversees all aspects of coordination of care for these clients. Participates in assessing, planning, implementing, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating the services provided to our patients. The Clinical Supervisor is directly responsible for and serves as a resource for nurses in the field.
A Bachelor's degree in health care administration or a related field.
An active unrestricted Registered Nurse (RN) license is required.
At least one-year experience as an RN obtained within the last 36 months, of which at least 6 months must have been in pediatrics in an acute or home health setting.
Comprehensive understanding of issues related to the delivery and coordination of home health care and ability to problem solve issues effectively.
Able to prioritize and handle multiple tasks of critical importance simultaneously while maintaining a professional and friendly demeanor.
Must be able to multi-task while working in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to work with people in such a manner as to build high morale and group commitment to goals and objectives.
Must be professional, organized and able to effectively communicate both orally and in writing.
Proficient in Microsoft Office; Excel, Word, Outlook, and web-based applications.
Supervise day-to-day office/clinical operations. Supervise professional team members in client homes through written and telephone communication, and including onsite supervisory visits.
Perform initial assessments and ongoing reassessments to identify all client needs and develop a comprehensive case management plan to address all client needs, with written actions, objectives, and goals including time frames. Assist client/family to obtain appropriate level and type of health, medical, financial, legal, and psychosocial care as needed.
Implement the actions per the plan, and coordinate and monitor all services the client requires through written and oral communication in person or by telephone to determine effectiveness ongoing and make modifications as needed. This includes appropriate interactions with all relevant components of the clients health care system such as physicians, family members, third-party payers, other health providers/professionals, and appropriate government/regulatory agencies.
Make appropriate referrals to therapists, social workers, and other health care professionals or programs/assistive technology to meet client/familys needs to include educational, rehabilitative, job development, and life planning issues.
Evaluate each clients plan at least every 60 days to determine effectiveness and appropriateness of current plan, modify plan as appropriate in agreement with clients family and physician.
Actively participant in the hiring process for clinical team members. Orientation and in-servicing of field and office staff to meet client needs.
Additional Duties
Prepare 90 Day evaluations, annual evaluations, and conduct coaching and/or counseling sessions.
Conduct regular staff meetings with team members to review recertifications, patient/family client concerns, upcoming discharges, policy and procedures, and other related matters.
Review time sheets, mileage reports, time off requests, and approve payroll transmittal.
Review schedule prepared by the Scheduling Coordinator, approve monthly schedules and changes to schedule to ensure nurses/therapists skill meets clients requirements.
Provide Educational material for family and staff on medical diagnoses, provision of care, and psychosocial aspects of chronic illness and disability.
Attend and participate in community education functions.
Function in capacity of staff nurse when necessary.
Ensure compliance regarding inservice records and development.
Take administrative on call as support to the on-call nurse.
Conduct Continuous Quality Assessment/Performance Improvement activities as assigned.
Participate on assigned committees.
About Thrive Skilled Pediatric Care
Thrive Skilled Pediatric Care provides care to children who most need it, in the place that is best for them and their families their home. We offer a full range of clinical home care services and work collaboratively to ensure our patients receive the highest quality care for the best possible outcomes. Thrive team members work in a rewarding, supportive and values-driven environment, with comprehensive benefits and best-in-class development programs designed to advance their careers. Our goal is to be the employer of choice in pediatric home health care. For more information about Thrive, visit our website at .