Available Positions

Navian Hawaii offer an excellent benefits package which includes medical/dental/life insurance, 403B Retirement Plan, PTO for vacation and sick time, flexible spending plans and other voluntary benefits.

All positions require a valid driver’s license, use of personal vehicle with valid insurance, registration and safety check.

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Oahu Positions

Full Time Positions

Admissions Manager – RN (FT)

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Admissions Manager oversees all business aspects of the Admissions Department based upon the mission, vision and shared values of Navian Hawaii.

The Admissions Manager has complete oversight of the Admission Department, directing Community Liaisons, Admission Nurses, and Intake Staff to drive business for the organization. And works collaboratively with the Clinical Manager who is responsible for directing all clinical decisions within the department.

Primary Responsibilities:

Management

  • Ensures that all day-to-day operations of the Admissions Department runs efficiently and effectively
  • Oversees proper orientation of new employees and development of existing team members; while ensuring that procedures are documented and cross-training is common practice
  • Responsible for all management and oversight of all members of the admissions team. This includes recruitment, hiring, training, evaluations, disciplinary action, performance improvement plans and terminations.
  • Collaboration with Clinical Manager where all patient issues are discussed in real-time to ensure timely conversions
  • Provide patient records to Clinical Manager for review and discussion with Hospice Physician immediately upon receipt
  • Ensure Clinical Manager has monitored the admissions chart for quality and compliance and errors have been reported back for correction
  • Ensure Clinical Manager has monitored documentation of patient charts and it is in accordance with hospice protocols
  • Defer all clinical questions to the Clinical Manager
  • Collaboration with Patient Care Managers to ensure proper hand off to Case Management team
  • Maintain working knowledge of staff compliance as it has to do with the Conditions of Participation and Policies and Procedures
  • Ensures that all pertinent paperwork and documentation has been complete. (ie: NOE, CTI, ICD-10, etc.)
  • Acts as a mentor to team members, answering questions, offering support, teaching and providing guidance in all areas
  • Manages scheduling efficiently to ensure staffing needs are met; anticipating weekend/holiday needs, PTO, etc.
  • Regularly monitors staffing requirements and makes recommendations in any staffing changes
  • Reviews and approves timesheets and time off requests
  • Has a clear understanding of all insurance programs, requirements and offerings
  • Collaborates with the Finance Department to ensure claims are processed in a timely manner; and all required documentation is provided to ensure claims are not held up for payment
  • Proficient in both the department CRM and EMR, and that proper training is provided to team members
  • Consistently represents Navian Hawaii to all internal and external customers with integrity and professionalism and supports the agency’s mission and goals
  • Participates in After-Hours On-Call Manager Rotation

Business Development

  • Responsible for ensuring the strategic Business Development objectives related to growth and customer service are met
  • Create a presence within the community by building strong and meaningful relationships with referral sources
  • Analyze data collected through national, local and agency specific resources, understand trends and develop targeted strategy for increasing census
  • Develop targeted approach to reach potential customers and increase referrals
  • Works closely with Community Liaisons to nurture relationships with referral sources, build a strong referral base, and build new business
  • Work with Community Liaisons to establish and refresh Top Referral and Prospect lists regularly
  • Oversee Community Liaisons to ensure efficient call plan/routing strategies
  • Ensure all sales calls are documented in the CRM; and Community Liaison call reports are collected on a regular basis
  • Develop messaging for sales calls and work with M&D on necessary marketing materials and/or promo items that can be distributed
  • Prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual reports to reflect department activities; analyze successes and failures
  • Resolve customer complaints by investigating problems; deploying solutions, and making recommendations to management
  • Identify opportunities to enhance and improve all functions of the department
  • Development of a strong culture of Customer Service with all members of the team
  • Stay in tuned with industry trends, clinical data, and market/competitive analysis

Patient Care

  • Supervises the intake and admission process for all Navian Hawaii referrals
  • Demonstrates knowledge and shares expertise in aggressive symptom management as well as assessment of patient/family psychosocial and spiritual needs, implementing appropriate level and plan of care with team
  • In collaboration with medical staff, determine eligibility for hospice care
  • Ensures compliance with State and Federal regulations regarding the obtaining and processing of referral information and patient admissions to hospice (ie: NOE, CTI, ICD-10, etc)
  • Assures documentation of all patient care activities by the admissions team is in accordance with hospice protocols
  • Implements protocols to assure compliance with all federal, state and local health care regulations as they affect the provision of clinical services
  • Participates in the after-hours on call supervisor rotation

Goals / Reporting:

  • Develop referral / admission goals that are consistent with operational goals
  • Maintain detailed records of all in-service presentations (where it was held, who was in attendance, what was presented) and submit to Finance for reporting
  • Work with team to ensure detailed contact records are kept in the CRM
  • Keep management informed with weekly work plans, monthly dashboard stats, monthly/annual territory analysis, and any patient cases outside of the norm
  • Assist with gathering information for budget reporting and annual summaries
  • Monitor competition by gathering current marketplace information on products/services, offerings and other activity and communicate to team/management
  • Make recommendations based on evaluation

Performs other duties as required by Director of Clinical Administration and/or President and CEO

Experience and Educational Requirements:

  • Current Hawaii RN License
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing preferred
  • Two years of healthcare management experience
  • Knowledge of hospital/physician referral process, end-of-life care preferred

Employment Requirements:

All offers of employment at Navian Hawaii are contingent on a candidate’s successful completion of certain requirements which include:

  • A legally compliant background check
  • Drug Screen & Physical Exam
  • Navian Hawaii has also adopted a policy requiring all associates to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, subject to limited exemptions based on medical conditions or sincerely held religious beliefs.

Providing copies of valid Vehicle information such as auto insurance, inspection and registration

Hours:

  • Generally, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., however as a member of the management team, is expected to respond to important situations outside or normal business hours, as needed. Including weekends and holidays.
  • Availability for 24-hour/7-day back-up on-call shared with other managers

Community Liaison (FT)

POSITION SUMMARY

Under the supervision of the Admissions Manager, the Community Liaison is responsible for generating and responding to referrals from nursing facilities and other community partners. The Liaison will possess or demonstrate the ability to develop strong relationships with nursing facilities and other referral sources through outreach, education and networking. Working with the physician and interdisciplinary team, the Liaison provides education to patients and their caregivers about hospice, evaluates for eligibility and works with the interdisciplinary team to develop an initial plan of care utilizing principles of hospice and palliative care.

Primary Responsibilities:

Referral Sources:

  • Responsible for establishing strong & meaningful relationships
  • Promote and market Navian Hawaii through sales calls, in-service presentations, grand rounds, industry conferences/fairs, etc.
  • Works with referral sources and office staff to ensure transparent execution of services
  • Establish top referral list and develop strategic call plan/routing system
  • Service existing accounts
  • Prospect for new business
  • Develop strategies to approach potential customers and increase referrals
  • Create, organize, and execute educational sales presentations
  • Strategize in the development of marketing & promotional efforts
  • Conduct patient admissions as needed
  • Assists admission team in gathering needed paperwork and/or patient information, follow up activities and/or resolving problems
  • Resolves customer complaints by investigating problems; deploying solutions; making recommendations to management

Goals / Reporting:

  • Meet established referral /admission target goals and sales quotas
  • Maintain detailed records of all contacts and meetings and create reports as needed — including correspondence, activity reports, and monthly stats
  • Keep management informed by submitting activity and results reports, such as daily call reports, weekly work plans and monthly and annual territory analysis
  • Collects and evaluates statistical data
  • Assist in gathering information for budget reports and annual reports
  • Keep current with clinical data and presenting this data to health care professionals
  • Keep current with the activities of health care professionals and organizations in the marketplace
  • Monitor competition by gathering current marketplace information on products/services, offerings and activity
  • Make recommendations based on evaluating results and competitive developments

Teamwork:

  • Practice effective communication and interpersonal skills to enhance positive teamwork and accomplish goals/tasks
  • Serve as a member of agency committees as needed
  • Demonstrate initiative and work as a team player
  • Collaborate with the team and makes necessary recommendations to ensure customer needs are met and in line with the overall strategic initiatives of the organization
  • Establish working relationships with all company support departments

Knowledge and Skills Requirements:

  • Ability to influence, educate and negotiate in a professional, results driven manner
  • Ability to maintain highly sensitive and confidential material
  • Ability to set priorities, research, problem solve and make independent decisions with minimal supervision
  • Must be able to multi-task and possess strong organizational, planning and follow-through skills
  • Strong account management skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of individuals
  • Well-developed presentation skills
  • Basic computer knowledge of MS applications such as Word, Excel, Outlook,
  • Working knowledge of departmental and organizational policies, procedures, and operations
  • Working knowledge of the principles of office management and of modern office procedures, systems and equipment such as typewriters, calculators, word processors, etc.

 

 

Experience and Educational Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in Marketing, Communications, Healthcare Administration or other related fields
  • Minimum one year direct sales experience; healthcare environment preferred
  • Knowledge of hospital/physician referral process, end-of-life care preferred

Employment Requirements:

All offers of employment at Navian Hawaii are contingent on a candidate’s successful completion of certain requirements which include:

  • A legally compliant background check
  • Drug Screen & Physical Exam
  • Navian Hawaii has also adopted a policy requiring all associates to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, subject to limited exemptions based on medical conditions or sincerely held religious beliefs.
  • TB Clearance
  • Providing copies of valid Vehicle information such as auto insurance, inspection and registration

Hours:

  • Generally, Monday through Friday, hours will vary based on schedule needs. However, position may require after hour work including weekends and holidays, as needed

EMR Specialist (FT)

POSITION SUMMARY:

The EMR Specialist is responsible for hardware and software system analysis, trouble shooting and resolution.  Responsible for opening, monitoring and tracking incident requests relating to both EMR and IT related issues. And offers direct support to the IT Manager.  The EMR Specialist is also available to assist all end-users on a day-to-day basis.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

Electronic Medical Records

  • Assist IT Manager & Data Analyst to ensure maximum support is provided to the end-user
  • Collect relevant information from the EMR company to ensure standard practices are documented and available to the end-user
  • Create teaching sheets and step-by-step processes to be used for trainings and available to the end-user
  • Work with IT Manager to ensure all upgrades are rolled out within a timely basis
  • Support Data Analyst with all educational training
  • Continuously maintain a comprehensive and clear understanding of all EMR capabilities and functionality
  • Participate in testing EMR functionality, applications and validate workflows

Information Technology

  • Provides direct support to the end-user organization wide as it relates to standard technical issues with applications and/or hardware or software failures
  • Software
    • Assists in support of all-software applications organization-wide
    • Supports IT Manager in coordination with software vendors, licensing, upgrades,  maintenance, application improvement and training programs
    • Assist in developing training curriculum for the end-user regarding upgrades and system functionality
    • Develop “how-to” documents and have them readily available to all end-users
  • Hardware
    • Trouble-shoots and anticipates future hardware issues
    • Analyze information and make appropriate recommendations on equipment upgrades
    • Assists in working with vendors to ensure best cost, reliability and safety factors
  • Networking & Computer Systems
    • Learn and maintain a comprehensive understanding of the network and software program capabilities, functionality and workflows
    • Assists in coordination with third party vendor contracted to manage network to ensure efficiency and reliability

General

  • Practice effective communication and interpersonal skills to enhance positive teamwork and to accomplish goals/tasks
  • Promote excellence in customer relations with all encounters
  • Clearly understand and represent the Mission, Vision and Values of Navian Hawaii with passion and enthusiasm by consistently demonstrating ethical conduct and judgement
  • Provide leadership, problem solving, and decision-making and demonstrate a commitment to quality and corporate accountability
  • Consistently represent Navian Hawaii to all internal and external customers with integrity and professionalism
  • All other duties as assigned by IT Manager

 

Knowledge and Skills Requirements:

  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills required (written, verbal and listening)
  • Strong organizational skills including the ability to set priorities and manage complex workload
  • Willingness to learn and remain competent in EMR systems and have strong understanding of the workflows being supported
  • Familiar with curriculum planning and common tolls for presentations
  • Proven training, critical thinking and problem-solving skills, decisive judgement and the ability to work independently and collaboratively across department boundaries
  • Approachable, outgoing and enthusiastic as well as open and adaptable to change
  • Knowledgeable or has the ability to learn healthcare concepts and terminology
  • Ability to develop and implement long and short-term organizational goals
  • Demonstrates good judgement in seeking and accepting guidance, facilitates clear and honest communication
  • Demonstrates ethical conduct and judgement that is in harmony with the mission and values of Navian Hawaii

 

Experience and Educational Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, or other related field
  • Experience supporting the software strongly preferred.
  • Experience with education and excellent presentation skills
  • PC proficiency to include Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Access; and Design programs
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate and work with a wide variety of end-users, at varying technological skill levels, required.

Hours:

  • Approximately 40 hours per week, during normal work hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 am through 4:30 pm.
  • May require evenings/weekend assistance depending upon project roll out or system problems.

Float Nurse (Full-Time)

We are looking for a Registered Nurse to perform duties as a Case Manager, and an Admissions Nurse. Working with the physician and interdisciplinary team, the Float Nurse will provide education to patients and their caregivers about hospice, evaluates for eligibility and works with the interdisciplinary team to develop an initial plan of care utilizing principles of hospice and palliative care. The Float Nurse will also utilize principles of palliative care and holistic philosophy to provide holistic care. The Nurse Case Manager’s plans reflect skilled nursing judgment, medical necessity, measurable patient/caregiver objectives and reasonable goals.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Educates patients and their caregivers about Navian Hawaii’s philosophy and services as well as the transfer process, insurance benefits, placement options and other necessary information. Obtains and communicates all relevant patient data for the determination of insurance benefits, discharge planning and care team follow-up.
  • Coordinates patient admission to hospice service, facilitates a smooth transition from hospital and/or transfer to contracted facility, and arranges for the timely acquisition of all necessary equipment and services.
  • Documents and completes all activities in accordance with hospice protocol within the regulatory time requirement.
  • Provides report to nurse case manager, social worker, on-call staff and other personnel to ensure a trans-disciplinary team approach to patient and family care needs and goals.
  • May be required to assume on-call duties after hours or on holidays or weekends as assigned by the Admissions Manager.
  • Monitor patient’s condition and assess their needs to provide the best possible care and advice
  • Observe and interpret patient’s symptoms and communicate them to physicians
  • Collaborate with physicians and nurses to devise individualized care plans for patients
  • Perform routine procedures (blood pressure measurements, administering injections etc.) and fill in patients’ charts
  • Adjust and administer patient’s medication and provide treatments according to physician’s orders
  • Inspect the facilities and act to maintain excellent hygiene and safety (decontaminating equipment, sanitizing surfaces, preparing beds etc.)
  • Provide instant medical care in emergencies
  • Assist surgeons during operations
  • Foster a supportive and compassionate environment to care for patients and their families

 

Skills:

  • Strong hospital and community referral network or demonstrated ability to develop one.
  • Outstanding communication, education, public speaking, and customer service skills.
  • Ability to prioritize, problem solve, manage multiple tasks and work independently.
  • Ability to collaborate with others on the interdisciplinary team and with community partners.
  • Skilled in providing holistic care to patients and their families. Ability to identify and address psychosocial needs.
  • Knowledge of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services guidelines related to hospice care preferred.
  • Familiarity with insurance providers including Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance carriers.
  • Ability to set priorities, research, problem-solve and make independent decisions with minimal supervision by using logic to identify key facts, explore alternatives, and propose quality solutions within the scope of the job.
  • Must be able to multi-task with the ability to meet multiple deadlines and possess strong organizational, planning and follow-through skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as the ability to communicate clearly, concisely, and effectively with all levels of individuals.

 

Experience, Educational & Employment Requirements:

  • A Current Hawaii license, in good standing, as a Registered Nurse.
  • BSN preferred
  • At least two years experience as a staff nurse in an acute hospital. Hospice and/or home health nursing experience preferred.
  • Must complete a pre-employment Drug Test & Physical Exam
  • Must have a valid Driver’s License and reliable vehicle
  • Must have a current CPR certificate

 

Hours:

The shifts for this position will vary because this position will be used to provide support in multiple areas as needed. As it was mentioned earlier, the primary function will be to float between providing services as a Nurse Case Manager, and an Admissions Nurse which typically work during the hours of 8:00am – 4:30pm. However, this position may also need to provide support during after hours.

LPN – Kailua Home (Full-Time)

Primary Responsibilities:

Patient Care

  • Implements plan of care developed by Facilities/Case Manager
  • Conducts individualized focused patient assessments; collecting data based on the patient’s immediate condition or needs within timeframe specified by Navian Hawaii’s policies, procedures or protocols
  • Performs appropriate treatments as ordered by physician in an accurate and timely manner
  • Manages crisis situations in a professional manner
  • Performs therapeutic nursing interventions as established by individualized plan of care to the patient and/or family
  • Provides individualized patient/family education customized to the patient/family
  • Documents patient assessment findings including physical/psychosocial responses to nursing intervention and progress towards pain/symptom management
  • Delegates and supervises care responsibilities within the individual’s scope of practice and/or other regulatory parameters
  • Maintains confidentiality in matter related to patient, family and client facility staff
  • Provides care in a non-judgmental, non-discriminatory manner that is sensitive to the patient/family diversity, preserving their autonomy, dignity and rights
  • Reports patient condition to appropriate personnel during each shift – i.e. changes in patient condition to case manager, medical director, patient’s physician
  • Works in conjunction with the Social Worker and Case Manager of the facility to implement a specific plan of care for each patient
  • Care provided reflects compliance with Federal and State regulations, along with Navian Hawaii, Inc. policies and procedures

Environment, Equipment, and Supplies

  • Along with other members of the health care team on the shift, assures that home environment is clean and safe, comfortable and serene
  • Maintains daily operation of home by monitoring supplies and communicates need for replacements to the appropriate individual
  • Schedule and oversee regular and intermittent safety maintenance of the facility and equipment
  • Make recommendations to Facility Manager for necessary structural/equipment upgrades/replacements

Personal and Interpersonal Accountability

  • Demonstrates a commitment to quality and corporate accountability
  • Keeps abreast of educational updates in hospice and palliative care and in the field of death and dying
  • Participates in the quality improvement/quality assurance/utilization review program
  • Demonstrates good judgment in seeking and accepting guidance, facilitates clear and honest communication with other team members
  • Completes staff annual evaluations, competencies (i.e. Safety, CPR etc.), and licensures. Demonstrates ethical conduct and judgment that is in harmony with the mission and values of Navian Hawaii
  • Participates in supporting student internships. Participates in educational outreach programs
  • Orients new staff as needed
  • Able to work harmoniously with a broad range of staff, volunteers and the community as a representative of Navian Hawaii
  • Perform all other duties as assigned by supervisor

Knowledge and Skills Requirements

  • Demonstrates knowledge, attitudes, behaviors and skills that are consistent with the scope of practice for hospice and palliative LPNs
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, patient/family members, the public, and representatives of other agencies and organizations
  • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally
  • Ability to handle crisis situations in a professional manner
  • Strong customer service skills and helpful attitude
  • Ability to identify problems/issues/concerns and actively participate in resolution of problems
  • Organized, able to manage multiple tasks at a time, and prioritize tasks
  • Ability to maintain records and prepare related reports
  • Familiar with concepts and practices used in a hospice setting
  • Maintains physical, social, emotional, and spiritual care of oneself

Experience and Educational Requirements:

  • Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse with current license in good standing to practice as a licensed practical nurse in Hawaii. Evidence of 1 year of adult medical surgical nursing experience preferred.
  • Valid Hawaii Driver’s License
  • TB clearance and CPR training

Hours:

  • 12-hour shifts (6:30 am through 7:00 pm or 6:30 pm through 7:00 am). Position requires weekends and holidays availability.

Nurse Case Manager (Full-Time)

Position Summary:

We are currently seeking a Nurse Case Manager to serve our patients by utilizing principles of palliative care and holistic philosophy to provide care that reflect skilled nursing judgement, medical necessity, measurable patient caregiver objectives and reasonable goals. The primary duties include but not limited to provide case management services to best benefit patients and caregivers; care provided reflects compliance with federal and state regulations; documents all nursing and case management activities in accordance with hospice protocol; participates in Interdisciplinary Team conferences and may be required to assume on-call duties after hours on holidays or weekends as needed.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Works with the physician and the Interdisciplinary Team to assess, plan, implement and evaluate the plan of care for patients and their caregivers.
  • Utilizes principles of palliative care and holistic philosophy to provide holistic care. Provides direct supervision of Hospice Aides.
  • The Nurse Case Manager’s plans reflect skilled nursing judgment, medical necessity, measurable patient/caregiver objectives and reasonable goals.
  • Provides case management services to best benefit patients and caregivers.
  • Care provided reflects compliance with federal and state regulations, along with Navian Hawaii’s policies and procedures.
  • Documents all nursing and case management activities in accordance with hospice protocol and keeps attending physician informed of changes in patient condition.
  • Functions as primary nurse within the framework of an Interdisciplinary Team.
  • Requests support services from other Interdisciplinary Team members as appropriate.
  • Demonstrates good judgment in seeking and accepting guidance; facilitates clear and honest communication with other team members.
  • Participates in Interdisciplinary Team conferences and shares expertise with the team.
  • Maintains anticipated productivity as set by the Patient Care Manager, Director of Clinical Operations, President and Medical Director, patient caseload will vary, primarily based on patient census.
  • May be required to assume on-call duties after hours on holidays or weekends as assigned by the Patient Care Manager or designee.
  • Gives end of day report to the RN on-call at the end of each workday.
  • Travels as required for patient/family care.
  • Supports Quality Improvement, Performance Improvement and Compliance initiatives in accordance with direction from the clinical leadership team.
  • Engages in regular educational activities including those offered through Navian Hawaii, to improve own professional practice.
  • Other duties as assigned/required by the Patient Care Manager or Director of Clinical Operations

Knowledge and Skills Requirements:

  • Ability to exercise sound, independent judgment in planning and providing care. Flexible and organized in planning.
  • Skilled in providing holistic nursing care to patients and their families. Ability to identify and provide for the psychosocial needs of caregivers in concert with the other members of the Interdisciplinary Team.
  • Good physical and emotional health.
  • Current TB clearance.
  • Valid driver’s license and use of personal, insured, registered vehicle meeting Hawaii safety standards.
  • Ability to set priorities, research, problem-solve and make independent decisions with minimal supervision by using logic to identify key facts, explore alternatives, and propose quality solutions within the scope of the job.
  • Must be able to multi-task with the ability to meet multiple deadlines and possess strong organizational, planning and follow-through skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as the ability to communicate clearly, concisely and effectively with all levels of individuals.

Experience and Educational Requirements:

  • Bachelors of Science in Nursing preferred
  • At least one year of experience in a healthcare or gerontology
  • At least two years experience as a staff nurse in an acute hospital. Hospice and/or home health nursing experience preferred.
  • A Current Hawaii license, in good standing, as a Registered Nurse.
  • Must complete a pre-employment Drug Test & Physical Exam
  • Must have a valid Driver’s License and reliable vehicle
  • Must have a current CPR certificate

Hours:

  • Generally Mondays through Fridays, 8:00 am through 4:30 pm. However, position requires after hours work including weekends and holidays, as needed based on scheduling needs of the patients/families

Nurse Educator (Full-Time)

Primary Responsibilities:

Clinical Training

  • Provides training and development to clinical employees at all sites and ensures uniformity of training curricula and training compliance with current Navian Hawaii policies and procedures, federal, state and local standards, guidelines and regulations
  • Develops and implements clinical competencies determined via trends, learning needs, clinical indicators and input of supervisors, managers, and QI staff
  • Directs the patient and family education program; purchases or oversees development of educational and resource materials to support patient and family satisfaction and confidence
  • Teaches classes as needed utilizing principles of adult learning and critical thinking
  • Manages and coordinates clinical staff and external experts to serve as teachers to achieve learning objectives
  • Develops education and training policies and practice guidelines as assigned
  • Leads organization in the of use electronic media for training where economically feasible and functionally effective
  • Retains and manages outside training and education resources as necessary
  • Ensures maintenance of records of clinical training completed by agency staff
  • Develops and supports leadership training for the management team

Orientation / Preceptor Program

  • Monitors, coordinates, implements and evaluates the general orientation program for clinical staff
  • Develops, implements and evaluates education, training and professional development programs for all disciplines including new hospice staff, new RN graduate/new MSW orientation and development program.
  • Develops, implements and evaluates a preceptorship program and senior nurse mentor program.
  • Provides support, education and follow up to clinical preceptors and senior nurses.
  • Reviews orientation and technical training curriculum to develop an agency curriculum and improve training outcomes.

Collaboration/Coaching

  • Develop and provide professional coaching toward company & professional goals
  • Contributes feedback towards employees’ evaluations
  • Assesses the education needs of the clinical staff based on quality improvement and risk management data, innovations in clinical care delivery and technology, regulatory requirements, the performance goals of the agency, testing, direct observation, interviews, and feedback from staff and management
  • Collaborates with the clinical managers/supervisors in evaluating new products for patient care.
  • Collaborates with the Director of Counseling Services to develop quality training opportunities for clinical social work staff
  • Collaborates with the Volunteer Coordinator to identify volunteer educational needs and provide ongoing training opportunities
  • Collaborates with grant-writing staff to identify possible funds for employee education
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Nursing, Director of Clinical Administration and/or the President & CEO.

Team Member Qualities:

  • Engages in constructive problem solving, and demonstrates a commitment to quality and corporate accountability.
  • Demonstrates good judgment in seeking and accepting guidance, facilitates clear and honest communication with other team members.
  • Demonstrates ethical conduct and judgment that is in harmony with the mission and values of Navian Hawaii.
  • Actively participates in staff meetings, department meetings, in-service training, and other related activities as requested
  • Adheres to all policies, procedures and regulations regarding patient care, conduct, safety, fire, security, risk management and personnel policies.
  • Carries out all duties and responsibilities in a manner that exemplifies excellent customer service.
  • Comprehends and communicates strategic objectives to clinical staff. Assists in the evaluation of meeting objectives
  • Demonstrates ability to execute an effective, supportive, sensitive approach in response to the needs of staff and the patient and family.
  • Works harmoniously with a broad range of staff, volunteers, and the community as a representative of Navian Hawaii.

Knowledge and Skills Requirement:

  • Must have the ability to work on multiple tasks simultaneously, have strong organizational and time management skills and meet deadlines for tasks and projects assigned.
  • Cognitive skills include the ability to critically analyze, problem solve and decide on the most effective course of action as appropriate.
  • Must have excellent, effective, and professional verbal and written communication skills, specifically the ability to speak, read and write proficiently in English.
  • Must be proficient in computer applications such as Word, Outlook, Excel and other operating systems as related to job responsibilities.
  • Must demonstrate ability to rapidly become proficient in the Electronic Medical Record system
  • Vision abilities include close vision, depth perception, the ability to focus and color identification. Must have a sense of smell (for clinical assessment purposes)
  • Must be able to lift and move up to 25 lbs unassisted.

Experience and Education Requirements:

  • Registered Nurse with current license with the State of Hawaii.
  • Masters in Nursing required, in Education, Clinical Nurse Specialist or related field.
  • Minimum 3 years clinical experience in hospice and/or palliative care
  • Demonstrated education experience and knowledge of adult learning principles
  • Must complete a pre-employment Drug Test & Physical Exam
  • Must have a valid Driver’s License and reliable vehicle
  • Must have a current CPR certificate

Hours:

  • Generally Monday through Friday, 8:00 am through 4:30 pm. However, position may require after hours work to provide for training requirements.

Nurse Manager – Kailua Home (Full-Time)

POSITION SUMMARY

The Nurse Manager will oversee the daily operations of our 5-bedroom, 24/7 home, primarily dealing with patient care issues, staffing matters, supervision of the LPN’s and CNA’s, administrative responsibilities and any other issues that may arise.

Primary Responsibilities:

Leadership

  • Facilitates communications and works effectively with home staff, patients/families/caregivers, physicians, vendors, and other departments and professionals as appropriate. Communicates agency information to facility staff.
  • Provides leadership, problem solving, and management decision-making and demonstrates a commitment to quality and corporate accountability.
  • Consistently represents the home to all internal and external customers with integrity and professionalism and provides for a safe environment for patients, guests, visitors and employees.
  • Demonstrates good judgment in seeking and accepting guidance, facilitates clear and honest communication with other team members. Demonstrates ethical conduct and judgment that is in harmony with the mission and values of Navian Hawaii.
  • Demonstrates ability to execute an effective, supportive, sensitive approach in response to the needs of staff and the patient and family.
  • Communicates structural issues with the Supplies & Facilities Coordinator.

Compliance

  • Assures implementation of and compliance with all policies and procedures, licensing and certification rules, regulations and guidelines (Chapter 94 and CMS).
  • Responsible for managing compliance with licensing and Medicare certification, including all rules and regulations from Chapter 94 and CMS, as applicable.
  • Facilitates patient care and quality management activities by assuring staff participation and home representation on focus groups; follows up on surveys and grievances; performs medical record and utilization review audits.
  • Adheres to all policies, procedures and regulations regarding patient care, conduct, safety, fire, security and risk management. Schedules and oversees regular and intermittent safety maintenance of the facility and equipment. Make recommendations to the DCO for necessary structural or equipment upgrades and replacements.

Patient Care

  • Case manager for all inpatients.
  • Oversees delivery of patient services in Navian Hawai‘i Home.
  • Assures adequate and appropriate staffing and scheduling for the provision of patient services 24/7 and is available for 24-hour/ seven-day back up on call.
  • Monitors documentation and implementation of physical, psychosocial, and spiritual interventions for the patient/family/caregiver.
  • Supervises all facility staff and provides for ongoing education. Responsible for the performance of the staff by orienting new staff, collaborating with Director of Clinical Operations regarding disciplinary action, completes staff annual evaluations, competencies (i.e. Safety, CPR, etc.), and maintains documentation of current licenses, CPR, First Aid, TB clearance, and PE.
  • Expected to participate in the Performance Improvement Program and to comply with Federal and State regulations governing hospice programs, and to adhere to the home’s standards of conduct as a condition of continued employment.

Financial

  • Responsible for financial management for the home including budget preparation, expense approvals, contracting issues as appropriate, and being responsive to all financial issues.
  • Approves all time sheets, schedules, and time off requests.
  • Performs other duties as required.

Knowledge and Skills Requirements:

  • Entrepreneurial and willing to take a risk to support the Navian Hawai`i mission and grow the program of care.
  • Proven leadership skills including motivating staff, building teams and promoting a culture of accountability.
  • Promotes an environment of dedication to providing excellent customer service for the patients, their families and other guests. Educates staff and holds them accountable to the standards for our organization.
  • Able to analyze problems and adopt an effective course of action. Requires learning a number of policies and procedures, writing, arithmetic and problem solving skills.
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals.
  • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
  • Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of individuals.

 

Experience and Educational Requirements:

  • Registered Nurse (RN). BSN preferred with a current license in good standing to practice as a registered nurse in the State of Hawaii.
  • Minimum of 2 years healthcare supervisory experience required preferably in a Hospice Inpatient or Residential Unit, a Skilled Nursing Facility or an Expanded Care Home.
  • Expected to participate in appropriate continuing education as may be requested and/or required by Director of Clinical Operations. In addition, expected to accept personal responsibility for other educational activities to enhance job-related skills and abilities, and to attend mandatory educational programs.

Employment Requirements:

All offers of employment at Navian Hawaii are contingent on a candidate’s successful completion of certain requirements which include:

  • A legally compliant background check
  • Drug Screen & Physical Exam
  • Navian Hawaii has also adopted a policy requiring all associates to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, subject to limited exemptions based on medical conditions or sincerely held religious beliefs.
  • Providing copies of valid Vehicle information such as auto insurance, inspection and registration

 

Hours:

  • Generally Monday through Friday, 8:00 am through 4:30 pm. However, position requires being available on call after hours including weekends and holidays, as needed.

Philanthropy Manager

The Philanthropy Manager is a key member of the Marketing & Development Team, and a lead player in maintaining, and expanding relationships with donors through grants, planned gifts, and stewardship efforts for current and new donors.

Working in collaboration with the CEO and reporting directly to the Director of Marketing and Development, this experienced fundraising professional will have primary responsibility for managing targeted philanthropic relationships to build the organization’s community impact and financial resources. This position is also expected to uphold and be committed to the mission and values established by Navian Hawaii.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

The Philanthropy Manager will spearhead grants, planned giving and major donor stewardship efforts and will be responsible for the oversight, planning, and implementation of a comprehensive grants and planned giving plan. This position will also establish fundraising goals related to grants and planned giving and represent the mission and values of the organization with passion and enthusiasm. Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Strategy /Management
    • Develops & implements an annual plan for grants, planned giving & donor stewardship activities.
    • Provides strategic information & guidance to assist in developing goals, plans, and procedures related to grants, planned giving, and donor stewardship.

 

  • Major Gifts Fundraising
    • Collaborates with President/CEO and Director of Marketing & Development on major fundraising initiatives.
    • Engages in effective strategies in the solicitation and cultivation of new and existing major donors and prospects.
    • Develops and implement a stewardship program aimed at cultivating deeper connections with our donors.
    • Provides ongoing and timely updates on development and fundraising.

 

  • Planned Giving
    • Develop and implement a robust planned giving marketing plan.
    • Develops and educates agency staff on planned giving procedures.
    • Manages & executes agency’s Charitable Gift Annuity Program
    • Tracks the progress of all estate and trust administration where the organization has a beneficial interest, to ensure that distributions are made on a timely basis and to oversee its general administrative progress.

 

  • Grant Writing
    • Works with Accounting/Finance Department as well as designated program staff to ensure an accurate, timely, efficient, and transparent process for the entire grant life cycle, including submission of grant reports.
    • Manages and maintains the organization’s “Grants Procedures as outlined in the policies and procedures manual.

 

  • Other duties as assigned or required by Director of Marketing & Development

Departmental Tasks:

  • Collaborates with Marketing & Development Team
  • Educate staff on fundraising initiatives and procedures
  • Devise effective strategies for moving existing annual donors to $1K+ major and planned gifts.
  • Cultivate new prospects using a variety of development tactics and best practices.
  • Will participate in and complete Navian Hawaii’s Volunteer Training program and volunteer with patients and families.

 

Team Member Qualities:

Demonstrated success in forging, keeping, and expanding relationships with donors, and proven ability to secure major and planned gifts, including foundation grants. Experience with engaging a wide range of philanthropic donors and building long-term relationships. Organizational and project management skills, and a team player.

 

Knowledge and Skills Requirements:

  • Ability to influence, educate and negotiate in a professional, results driven manner
  • Ability to maintain highly sensitive and confidential material
  • Ability to set priorities, research, problem solve and make independent decisions with minimal supervision
  • Must be able to multi-task and possess strong organizational, planning and follow-through skills.
  • Strong account management skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of individuals
  • Well-developed presentation skills
  • Basic computer knowledge of MS applications such as Word, Excel, Outlook, and Bloomerang (Donor Database)
  • Working knowledge of departmental and organizational policies, procedures, and operations
  • Working knowledge of the principles of office management and of modern office procedures, systems and equipment such as typewriters, calculators, word processors, etc.

 

 

Experience and Educational Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience in fundraising.

 

 

Hours:

Generally, Monday through Friday (8am – 4:30pm), hours will vary based on schedule needs. However, position will require after hour work including, evenings, weekends and holidays, as needed.

 

 

Social Worker

Position Summary:

We are currently seeking full time, Licensed Social Workers to join our team to conduct comprehensive bio-psycho-socio-cultural assessments for patients and families receiving end-of-life care and create and implement therapeutic treatment plans.

Our Social Workers provide crisis intervention, individual, couple and group therapy to patients and families for a diverse range of issues related to grief/loss, adjustment to illness, relationships/family dynamics, mental health, abuse, symptom/pain management, spirituality and bereavement. They facilitate case management with referrals to appropriate community resources; and promotes patient and family advocacy. Their counseling to patients and families includes end-of-life care issues such as medical decision making, Advanced Health Care Directives, disease process and caregiving; initiates community outreach. Active participation in the provision of social work services within an inter-disciplinary care team setting is expected by contributing/participating regularly in Inter-Disciplinary Group (IDG) conferences and collaborates with team members in developing a patient centered plan of care.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Conduct comprehensive bio-psycho-socio-cultural assessments for patients and families receiving end-of-life care; create and implement therapeutic treatment plan.
  • Provides crisis intervention, individual, couple and group therapy to patients and families for a diverse range of issues related to grief/loss, adjustment to illness, relationships/family dynamics, mental health, abuse, symptom/pain management, spirituality and bereavement.
  • Facilitates case management with referral to appropriate community resources; promotes patient and family advocacy.
  • Provides counseling to patients and families regarding end-of-life care issues including medical decision making, Advanced Health Care Directives, disease process and caregiving; initiates community outreach.
  • Participates in the provision of social work services in a transdisciplinary care team setting; contributes/participates regularly in IDG team conferences and collaborates with team members in developing a patient centered plan of care.
  • Participates in regular clinical supervision with designated Clinical Social Worker and attends Accountability Training.
  • Assists in the training and orientation of new hires.
  • Performs other duties as required.

Knowledge and Skills Requirements:

  • Comprehensive knowledge of the ethical considerations involved in the practice of licensed social work; familiarity with NASW and NHPCO standards.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of methods, principles, practices, and techniques of assessment, treatment planning and intervention, case management and group work, client-centered advocacy, community organization, research, psychotherapy, and other clinical skills as they apply to hospice patient and family population.
  • Comprehensive theoretical and practical knowledge of individual, group, and family behavior.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of individual and group therapy techniques and theories.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the social, emotional, and financial impact of various health issues on patients, their support system, and the community.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of available community resources and their organization, purpose, and use.
  • Ability to apply a variety of techniques and methods in the areas of assessment, treatment planning, individual and group therapy, administration, and community organization.
  • Ability to analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of various social work treatment practices, techniques, and procedures; implement treatment plan based on patient and family needs.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective and professional working relationships with Navian Hawaii staff, clients, family members, the public, and representatives of other agencies and
  • organizations.
  • Ability to maintain clinical records and prepare related reports.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all Navian Hawaii staff.

Experience and Educational Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in social work from an accredited school of social work
  • Possession of a current license to practice as a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) in the State of Hawaii
  • At least one year of experience in a related social work field.

Part Time

Nurse Practitioner (PT)

POSITION SUMMARY

The Advanced Practice Registered Nurse is responsible for working in collaboration with the patient, primary care physician, medical director, clinical nursing leadership and other palliative care team members in an active practice to deliver hospice and palliative care and related health care services to patients and families.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Available as a consultant to patients, families and staff regarding end of life issues and to collaborate on symptom management, improve the patient and family experience of care, and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of resource use.
  • Provides direct patient care (or assists others to provide such care) to dying patients and their families in collaboration with the patient’s primary care physician, the hospice physician, hospice nursing staff and volunteers, and other members of the care team including Social Work and Chaplain Services. Care is directed at meeting the physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs of the patient and family.
  • Prescribes or recommends drugs or other forms of treatment.
  • Records physical findings, and formulates plan and prognosis, based on patient’s condition.
  • Consults with the Medical Director and palliative care physician(s) as needed: consults primary physician of services provided and collaborates with other physicians to prepare comprehensive patient care plan.
  • Monitors and maintains progress of patients and reports progress to Medical Director.
  • Has the ability to work collaboratively with hospice employees and volunteers as part of an IDG: Participates in Interdisciplinary Group Meetings
  • Provides coverage of on-call during the extended hours and weekends as needed
  • Provides training and continuing education to staff in collaboration with the education department
  • Assists in development of clinical practice guideline/standards/policies/procedures in support of quality palliative care
  • Identifies needs within different stakeholder organizations and recommends the development of systems within Hospice Hawaii to meet those needs

Face to Face Visits

  • Completes required face-to-face visits as assigned
  • Providing clinical assessment results to the hospice medical director after making face-to-face visits with patients, as assigned
  • Participating in the recertification process and collaborating with the Interdisciplinary Team to promote coordination of patient care
  • Maintaining accurate, up-to-date records
  • Other related duties as assigned by the Medical Directors.

Knowledge and Skills Requirements

  • Demonstrates sound decision-making in the care of patients and families though use of the nursing process
  • Ability to work independently; demonstrate sound judgment in planning and providing patient care.
  • Skilled in providing holistic nursing care to patients.
  • Ability to identify psychosocial needs of caregivers and provide basic care to meet those needs.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, clients, family members, the public, and representatives of other agencies and organizations.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of individuals.

Experience and Educational Requirements

  • State of Hawaii Registered Nurse license – current and in good standing
  • State of Hawaii Advanced Practice Nurse (APRN) – current and in good standing
  • Current DEA / State NED certification and full prescriptive authority
  • Eligible to obtain NPI/ Medicare enrollment in order to allow Hospice Hawaii to bill
  • A minimum of two years experience of direct patient care experience required
  • ELNEC training and experience with hospice and palliative care services preferred
  • HPNA certification preferred

Employment Requirements:

All offers of employment at Navian Hawaii are contingent on a candidate’s successful completion of certain requirements which include:

  • A legally compliant background check
  • Drug Screen & Physical Exam
  • Navian Hawaii has also adopted a policy requiring all associates to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, subject to limited exemptions based on medical conditions or sincerely held religious beliefs.
  • TB Clearance
  • Providing copies of valid Vehicle information such as auto insurance, inspection and registration

 

Hours

  • This is a part-time position working 20 hours a week
  • Generally available Monday through Friday, 8:00 am through 4:30 pm.
  • May include after hours work including weekends and holidays, as needed.

Per Diem

CNA Hospice Aide – Kailua Home (Per Diem)

We are currently looking for a CNA to provide services that benefit our patients and their care givers at our 24 hour care home.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Assists patients with personal hygiene, i.e., bathing, mouth care, skin care, hair care and shaving.
  • Assists patients with other ADL’s, i.e., toileting, dressing, feeding.
  • Assists with ambulation and transfer activities.
  • Assists with ROM exercises as ordered.
  • Positions for comfort.
  • Assists with use of equipment and devices.
  • Assists with nutritional and dietary needs as requested by the Nurse Case Manager.
  • Assists in providing a safe and sanitary environment for the patient, i.e., changes bed linen when necessary, tidies room as needed, adjusting lighting and placement of objects in the room for safety and comfort.
  • Reports to the Nurse Case Manager any significant changes in the patient’s condition or coping of the caregivers.
  • Documents all care in accordance with agency protocol.
  • Participates in the Interdisciplinary Team conferences.
  • Other related duties as assigned by the Nurse Case Managers, the Patient Care Manager(s) or the Director of Nursing and or Clinical Administration.
  • Collaborates with the Interdisciplinary Team on an ongoing basis to help assure quality and continuity of care.
  • Performs travel as required for patient/family care.
  • Complies with all established agency policies and procedures.
  • Provides related in-service education for hospice staff and volunteers.
  • Actively supports the mission of Navian Hawai‘i and exhibits hospice philosophy in all job related roles.
  • Complies with all health and safety regulations and requirements.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Knowledge and Skills Requirements:

  • Ability to be flexible and organized in planning.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, clients, family members, the public, and representatives of other agencies and organizations.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of individuals.

 

Experience and Educational Requirements:

  • Current CNA certification
  • One year of direct patient care experience. Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

 

Hours:

  • This is an on-call position that will assist in providing staffing support to meets the scheduling needs of the home.
  • 12 hour shifts

CNA Hospice Aide (Per-Diem)

We are currently looking for a CNA to provide services that benefit our patients and their care givers.

This is an on-call position that will assist in providing staffing support to meet the needs of our staff. This is a great opportunity if you are looking for additional employment or would like the flexibility to just work 1-2 days a week.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Assists patients with personal hygiene, i.e., bathing, mouth care, skin care, hair care and shaving.
  • Assists patients with other ADL’s, i.e., toileting, dressing, feeding.
  • Assists with ambulation and transfer activities.
  • Assists with ROM exercises as ordered.
  • Positions for comfort.
  • Assists with use of equipment and devices.
  • Assists with nutritional and dietary needs as requested by the Nurse Case Manager.
  • Assists in providing a safe and sanitary environment for the patient, i.e., changes bed linen when necessary, tidies room as needed, adjusting lighting and placement of objects in the room for safety and comfort.
  • Reports to the Nurse Case Manager any significant changes in the patient’s condition or coping of the caregivers.
  • Documents all care in accordance with agency protocol.
  • Participates in the Interdisciplinary Team conferences.
  • Other related duties as assigned by the Nurse Case Managers, the Patient Care Manager(s) or the Director of Nursing and or Clinical Administration.
  • Collaborates with the Interdisciplinary Team on an ongoing basis to help assure quality and continuity of care.
  • Performs travel as required for patient/family care.
  • Complies with all established agency policies and procedures.
  • Provides related in-service education for hospice staff and volunteers.
  • Actively supports the mission of Navian Hawaii and exhibits hospice philosophy in all job-related roles.
  • Complies with all health and safety regulations and requirements.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Skills Requirements:

  • Ability to be flexible and organized in planning.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, clients, family members, the public, and representatives of other agencies and organizations.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of individuals.

Experience and Educational Requirements:

  • Current CNA Certification
  • One year of direct patient care experience.
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

LPN – Kailua Home (Per-Diem)

Primary Responsibilities:

 

Patient Care

  • Implements plan of care developed by Facilities/Case Manager
  • Conducts individualized focused patient assessments; collecting data based on the patient’s immediate condition or needs within timeframe specified by Navian Hawaii’s policies, procedures, or protocols
  • Performs appropriate treatments as ordered by physician in an accurate and timely manner
  • Manages crisis situations in a professional manner
  • Performs therapeutic nursing interventions as established by individualized plan of care to the patient and/or family
  • Provides individualized patient/family education customized to the patient/family
  • Documents patient assessment findings including physical/psychosocial responses to nursing intervention and progress towards pain/symptom management
  • Delegates and supervises care responsibilities within the individual’s scope of practice and/or other regulatory parameters
  • Maintains confidentiality in matter related to patient, family, and client facility staff
  • Provides care in a non-judgmental, non-discriminatory manner that is sensitive to the patient/family diversity, preserving their autonomy, dignity, and rights
  • Reports patient condition to appropriate personnel during each shift – i.e. changes in patient condition to case manager, medical director, patient’s physician
  • Works in conjunction with the Social Worker and Case Manager of the facility to implement a specific plan of care for each patient
  • Care provided reflects compliance with Federal and State regulations, along with Hospice Hawaii, Inc. policies and procedures

 

Environment, Equipment, and Supplies

  • Along with other members of the health care team on the shift, assures that home environment is clean and safe, comfortable, and serene
  • Maintains daily operation of home by monitoring supplies and communicates need for replacements to the appropriate individual
  • Schedule and oversee regular and intermittent safety maintenance of the facility and equipment
  • Make recommendations to Facility Manager for necessary structural/equipment upgrades/replacements

 

Personal and Interpersonal Accountability

  • Demonstrates a commitment to quality and corporate accountability
  • Keeps abreast of educational updates in hospice and palliative care and in the field of death and dying
  • Participates in the quality improvement/quality assurance/utilization review program
  • Demonstrates good judgment in seeking and accepting guidance, facilitates clear and honest communication with other team members
  • Completes staff annual evaluations, competencies (i.e. Safety, CPR etc.), and licensures. Demonstrates ethical conduct and judgment that is in harmony with the mission and values of Navian Hawaii
  • Participates in supporting student internships. Participates in educational outreach programs
  • Orients new staff as needed
  • Able to work harmoniously with a broad range of staff, volunteers, and the community as a representative of Navian Hawaii
  • Perform all other duties as assigned by supervisor

 

Knowledge and Skills Requirements

  • Demonstrates knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, and skills that are consistent with the scope of practice for hospice and palliative LPNs
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, patient/family members, the public, and representatives of other agencies and organizations
  • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally
  • Ability to handle crisis situations in a professional manner
  • Strong customer service skills and helpful attitude
  • Ability to identify problems/issues/concerns and actively participate in resolution of problems
  • Organized, able to manage multiple tasks at a time, and prioritize tasks
  • Ability to maintain records and prepare related reports
  • Familiar with concepts and practices used in a hospice setting
  • Maintains physical, social, emotional, and spiritual care of oneself

 

Experience and Educational Requirements:

  • Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse with current license in good standing to practice as a licensed practical nurse in Hawaii. Evidence of 1 year of adult medical surgical nursing experience preferred.
  • Valid Hawaii Driver’s License
  • TB clearance and CPR training

 

Hours:

  • 12-hour shifts (6:30 am through 7:00 pm or 6:30 pm through 7:00 am). Position requires weekends and holidays availability.

Lanai Positions

Per Diem

Nurse Case Manager – Lanai (Per-Diem)

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Works with the physician and the Interdisciplinary Team to assess, plan, implement and evaluate the plan of care for patients and their caregivers.
  • Utilizes principles of palliative care and holistic philosophy to provide holistic care. Provides direct supervision of Hospice Aides.
  • The Nurse Case Manager’s plans reflect skilled nursing judgment, medical necessity, measurable patient/caregiver objectives and reasonable goals.
  • Provides case management services to best benefit patients and caregivers.
  • Care provided reflects compliance with federal and state regulations, along with Navian Hawaii’s policies and procedures.
  • Documents all nursing and case management activities in accordance with hospice protocol and keeps attending physician informed of changes in patient condition.
  • Functions as primary nurse within the framework of an Interdisciplinary Team.
  • Requests support services from other Interdisciplinary Team members as appropriate.
  • Demonstrates good judgment in seeking and accepting guidance; facilitates clear and honest communication with other team members.
  • Participates in Interdisciplinary Team conferences and shares expertise with the team.
  • Maintains anticipated productivity as set by the Patient Care Manager, Director of Clinical Operations, President and Medical Director, patient caseload will vary, primarily based on patient census.
  • May be required to assume on-call duties after hours on holidays or weekends as assigned by the Patient Care Manager or designee.
  • Gives end of day report to the RN on-call at the end of each workday.
  • Travels as required for patient/family care.
  • Supports Quality Improvement, Performance Improvement and Compliance initiatives in accordance with direction from the clinical leadership team.
  • Engages in regular educational activities including those offered through Navian Hawaii, to improve own professional practice.
  • Other duties as assigned/required by the Patient Care Manager or Director of Clinical Operations

Experience and Educational Requirements:

  • A Current Hawaii license, in good standing, as a registered nurse. BSN preferred.
  • At least one year experience as a staff nurse in an acute hospital. Hospice and/or home health nursing experience preferred.

How to Apply

Navian Hawaii offer an excellent benefits package which includes medical/dental/life insurance, 403B Retirement Plan, PTO for vacation and sick time, flexible spending plans and other voluntary benefits.

All positions require a valid driver’s license, use of personal vehicle with valid insurance, registration and safety check.

Interested candidates, please email your resume with salary requirements to

hr@navianhawaii.org

No phone calls please.

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