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Site Manager Fargo

 
Northland PACE – Bismarck

 -   : 02/28/2019

Apply on line at www.northlandhealth.com or email resume and cover letter to Amanda Erickson at aerickson@northlandhealth.com

Job Summary: The Site Manager is responsible for the administration and coordination of services of the program. Responsible for the planning, coordination and implementation of all activities in the PACE site. This person has responsibility for all disciplines and services provided through the center site. Including all administrative responsibility related to the direct operation of the center.

 

Primary Responsibilities: The Site Manager’s duties shall include, but not be limited to:

 

  1. Coordinate, or collaborate with Assistant Site Manger for the following services and activities and day-to-day operations of the program which include
  • Referral and intake
  • Rehabilitation services
  • Recreational activities
  • Health monitoring
  • Personal care
  • Transportation
  • Appointment scheduling
  • Social services
  • Administrative services
  • Meals
  1. Insures optimization of the Electronic Health Record.
  2. Implements adequate and optimal staffing
  3. Provides Leadership for the Local PACE Team.
  4. Plans and implements appropriate staff development.
  5. Responsible for site budget
  6. Facilitates the development of the participant treatment plan
  7. Facilitates managing and monitoring participant progress and decline.
  8. Ensures the Northland PACE Program QAPI program is properly implemented at the site in conjunction with QAPI Coordinator.
  9. Participates in quality team meetings.
  10. Develops and implements corrective action plans to internal and external audit findings.
  11. Participates in Ethics Committee meetings and provide council regarding ethical issues.
  12. Assists in the selection of contract service providers.
  13. Monitors quality of services.
  14. Participates in annual contractor education and review.
  15. Meets regularly with President/Executive Director, Marketing, and Enrollment Coordinator to maintain growth strategies and provide new enrollments..
  16. Participates in outreach activities when appropriate.
  17. Ensures that the program meets State and Federal regulations and are specified in Northland PACE policies and procedures.
  18. Responsible for all phases of data collection for Day Center as requested by the Executive Director, Compliance Manager and Quality Assurance Coordinator.
  19. Demonstrates an innovative approach to program development.
  20. Attends Northland PACE program staff meetings as requested.
  21. Completes RELIAS training modules as assigned within specified timeframes.
  22. Participates as an active member of the Northland PACE Program management team, and as such, serves as liaison between Northland PACE Program administration and direct staff.
  23. Participates in utilization management activities.
  24. Attends appropriate professional conferences and in-services.
  25. Keeps abreast of pertinent developments in the field of gerontology and PACE adult day services.
  26. Understands, supports and participates in the creation and implementation of Northland PACE Program policies and procedures.
  27. Works to improve program processes and procedures..
  28. Demonstrates service excellence to all participants and staff members.

 

Employment Specifications:

 

Education:

B.S. in Nursing, Social Work, Public Health or related healthcare/gerontology field. Masters degree preferred.

 

Experience:

A minimum of one-year direct work experience with frail or elderly population. One-year supervisory experience required. Three years would be preferred. Healthcare experience required.

 

Number and type of employees supervised:

 

Supervise IDT staff

Licensure, registry or certification required:

 

 

Special Training:

Must be able to work effectively with an interdisciplinary team (IDT). Must be able to communicate effectively. Must possess strong interpersonal and organizational skills. Ability to adapt to change in a positive/professional manner. Must meet standardized competencies for standards of medical care and those established for position. Must be medically cleared for communicable diseases; all immunizations must be current prior to engaging in direct participant contact.

Physical Demands:

Must be able to see, hear, and verbally communicate. Must be able to move about freely and possess manual dexterity and visual acuity.

 

 

Working Conditions:

Primarily inside, well-lit, climate controlled environment. Potential exposure to infectious disease and environmental hazards. Occasional home visits.