Loretto Management Corporation

  • Manager, Clinical Care Housing

    Housing - 5
    Regular Full-Time
    Weekends Required?
  • Overview


    The Manager, Clinical Care Housing is responsible for ensuring safe, effective and efficient clinical care is provided by the clinical care team consisting of LPN’s, Case Managers, Enriched Living Supervisors, Home Health Aides and outside providers. Provides leadership and support to staff providing clinical services. Observes, plans, implements, and assesses effectiveness of resident care delivered and communicates information appropriately to the interdisciplinary team. Ensures adherence to corporate policies, procedures and all regulatory guidelines for clinical staff.




    •     Supervises all clinical activities of the interdisciplinary team, which may include Licensed Practical Nurses, Case Managers and direct care aides.
    •  Oversees staff to ensure resident’s care needs are met.
    •  Acts as an integral part of daily rounding.
    •  Monitors clinical staff for adherence to all corporate policy, procedure and all pertinent regulatory guidelines.
    •  Manages/schedules staffing levels to provide effective care to residents.
    •  Collaborates with specialty service coordinators/outside providers regarding paraprofessional or specialty service issues. (Physicians, hospitals, etc.)
    •     Provides for appropriate and effective orientation of all staff.
    •  Serves in the absence of Administrator in their capacity as directed.
    •  Acts as an integral part of the interdisciplinary team.
    •     As a Manager, this position is responsible for the ongoing operations and routine decision-making within the function, department or site. Emphasis is on executing strategy and tactics. May provide input on strategic matters.




    •     Licensed Practical Nurse required, Registered Nurse Preferred
    •  5+ years of healthcare experience.
    •  2+ years of operations experience in a supervisory role.
    •  Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. BSN or BS in related field preferred.
    •  Licensed and registered in good standing in New York State.
    •  Current NYS driver's license and dependable vehicle.
    •  Proven knowledge of adult care facilities and applicable DOH regulations.
    •  Current knowledge of best practice nursing standards and care.
    •  Proven evaluation and care planning skills.
    •  Ability to lead, guide and motivate staff.
    •  Outstanding interpersonal skills including the ability to communicate effectively with clients, residents, and families from diverse backgrounds who may have physical, sensory and mental impairments.
    •  Ability to analyze problems, plan resolution strategies, implement solutions and evaluate outcomes.
    •  Effective conflict resolution skills.
    •  Proficient in MS Office programs and able to learn new software rapidly.



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