Associate Manager - Home Care - Military veterans preferred

2021-01-01
AccentCare
Medical/Healthcare

/yr

  full-time   part-time   employee   contract


Lubbock
Texas
79430
United States

Don't just make a living...Make a Difference!  Our team is growing, and we invite you to learn more about the exciting opportunities with Texas Home Health, an AccentCare® company. Must be living in the San Angelo Texas area OR willing to relocate to be considered for this career opportunityWhy work at Texas Home HealthExcellent opportunities for career growthCompetitive SalaryGenerous paid time off (PTO) benefits for full time employees6 Paid Holidays + 2 floating holidays annuallyTraining and career developmentOpportunity to enroll in company sponsored medical, dental and vision benefits after meeting eligibility criteria401KTuition reimbursementAbility to make a positive impact on the local communityGreat company culture that encourages a team environment and personal developmentPosition:  Associate Director POSITION SUMMARY: The Associate Manager of Personal Care is responsible for assisting in the overall operations of the branch, and providing guidance and development to assigned branch staff. Must be a strong team leader who works in conjunction with the Director of Personal Care (DPC).AccentCare, Inc. will make reasonable accommodations to "otherwise qualified individuals."What does an Associate Director do?Assists with branch operations and assigned branch staff developmentProvides support to assigned remote branches for the purpose of training and developmentWorks with area and regional leadership to maintain branch operational consistency across the regionReports opportunities for operational improvement of assigned branches to leadershipResponsible for achieving and maintaining exemplary standards in the care of our clients and our referral sourcesAdherence to applicable company policies and procedures, and all applicable compliance requirements for the branchResponsible for scheduling and documenting QAPI meetings in the absence of the DPC.Assists the DPC with the roll out of corporate initiatives and team building within the branchSupport the DPC in the day-to-day activities of all office staff, to include recruiting, hiring, assessment activity, staffing / scheduling, risk management requirements, payroll / billing requirements, and all compliance and human resource needsProvides guidance and direction to assigned branch leadershipIs willing and able to travel to assigned branches for the purpose of training and development of existing and new staff membersResponsible for the overall quality and depth of the Care Partner poolResponsible for the overall service levels we provide to our clients and referral sourcesPartners with the DPC to communicate procedural changes to office staff and ensures complianceResponsible for the coding and approval of branch office Accounts Payable activitiesHelps oversee the management of petty cash and office funds to ensure proper handlingSupport sales staff in their community activities as neededMonitors compliance and reports any opportunities for improvement to leadership.Consistently meets or exceeds service level expectations of contractual referral partners.Performs special projects and other duties as assignedComplies with applicable legal requirements, standards, policies and procedures including, but not limited to, the Compliance Program: Code of Conduct, HIPAA and Documentation StandardsMaintains a commitment to the values and mission of Accent CareWhat we look for in a qualified candidateAssociates or Bachelor’s Degree preferred.Two years of branch or department supervisory experience requiredHome Care or Staffing Experience preferredValid driver’s licenseExcellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as interpersonal/listening skills are requiredEffective problem solving and task analysis skillsExcellent time management and organizational skills. Ability to manage and work in a multi-task environment and meet assigned deadlines.Demonstrated ability to prioritize work, handle details accurately, follow up with minimal supervision, and complete tasks within specified deadlines.Ability to work effectively with all levels of employeesMust exhibit effective conflict management and negotiation skillsProficient in Microsoft Office softwareThank you for your interest in Texas Home Health.  We will review your qualifications and follow up if we believe you would be a good fit for this position!TXPCS