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Career Opportunities at our member organizations

To find a position at a member organization near you, please click here. Job postings will be listed on each member’s respective site and/or below for 90 days:

President & CEO, Coastal Hospice

Coastal Hospice is seeking a motivated, mission-driven leader to be our next President & CEO!  Ideal candidates possess healthcare experience, preferably in homecare or hospice, a passion for providing quality end-of-life care, and the ability to engage our community to build and maintain our alliances and partnerships.

Applications will be accepted until June 30th, 2024.

Education & Experience:

  • Four-year undergraduate degree required, Master’s degree preferred
  • Leadership in a healthcare environment required; experience in hospice or home health strongly preferred
  • Demonstrated leadership performance and quantifiable accomplishments in previous employment
  • Demonstrated innovative and motivational achievements

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Provide inspired leadership for our staff
  • Develop Coastal Hospice’s culture and overall vision in order to sustain our position as the leading Eastern Shore hospice provider
  • Create an environment that promotes and measures great performance and positive morale
  • Represent Coastal Hospice to the local community, stakeholders, key policy makers at the local and state level, fellow hospices, and the media
  • Build alliances and partnerships with other organizations that produce mutual benefits
  • Oversee and assure fundraising activities are goal and mission driven with a clear utilization plan for the income generated
  • Assure legal and regulatory compliance
  • Develop, in collaboration with the Vice President of Finance, IT, & Facilities, operational revenue and expense parameters
  • Responsible for all aspects of profit and loss, including but not limited to business planning, budgeting, forecasting, and financial reporting; reports profits and losses to the Board
  • Develop, maintain, and modify as necessary a multi-year business plan to support strategic objectives determined by the board of directors
  • Assure that the organization has sufficient risk management and personnel policies in place

Apply here!

Business Development Representative, HopeWest

Full-time
Grand Junction, CO, US

Hourly Range:$27.13 To $33.03 

Full-time, 40 hours/week 

HopeWest is known for “going above and beyond” for our patients, families, and staff – if you want to be proud to tell others where you work, join our organization!

SUMMARY OF JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:    

The Business Development Representative (HopeWest Sales Representative) is a dynamic, outgoing individual with a passion for making a real, meaningful difference in people’s lives. This position promotes HopeWest programs and services with professional referral sources (physician’s and practice managers, hospitals, skilled and assisted living facilities). The position focuses on building strong relationships with all types of referral providers and community partners, increasing the preference for HopeWest services. Success in this role is measured by growth in the patients/participants/clients served by HopeWest.

QUALIFICATIONS 

  • Bachelor’s in marketing, communications, or related field of study or demonstrated experience in outcomes-based healthcare sales.
  • Strong/successful sales background
  • Broad health care system knowledge.
  • Some familiarity with hospice, palliative care, and PACE
  • Broad clinical knowledge/familiarity
  • Familiarity with Medicare and Medicaid
  • Some familiarity with LTC & ALF facilities 
  • Valid Colorado driver’s license and unlimited access to reliable transportation. 
  • Adequate automobile insurance.  
  • Able to work in a variety of environments 

COMPETENCIES & REQUIREMENTS: 

  • Strong selling/communication skills (connecting, opening, questioning, presenting, managing objections, closing, using collateral materials)
  • Sales experience that included account planning, profiling, and specific outcomes
  • Persistent
  • Resilient
  • Initiative-taker
  • Works independently
  • Clinically curious
  • Personable
  • Dependable
  • Computer skilled (Word, PPT, Outlook, Excel)
  • Competitive analysis skills
  • Large and small group presentations/situational management 

What We Offer:

  • Pay $27.13-33.03/hour
  •  Mileage reimbursement of 60cents/mile for work related driving
  • Cell phone and laptop provided for documentation
  • Cigna Health, Dental, and Vision insurance effective the first of the month following start date
  • Immediate accrual of PTO and medical leave
  • Employer paid life insurance
  • EAP & Disability
  • 403b Retirement plan with up to 3% employer match
  • 15% discount at Spoons Bistro & Bakery, and Heirlooms locations

At HopeWest, we hold strong core values that are followed internally with staff as well as in the daily care of our patients & their loved ones. Employees of HopeWest are ambassadors that help continue our strong reputation in the communities we serve. If you want to feel honor and pride in the work that you do, while supporting a meaningful mission, come join our HopeWest Team!

Together, through creativity, volunteerism, and philanthropy we change the experiences of aging, illness, and grief – one family at a time.

HopeWest honors our service members and encourages veterans to apply.

This position remains open until filled. 

Click here to apply

Youth Counselor, HopeWest

Part-time & Full-time option 20 or 40 hours/week

If you are longing to help kids in our community that have suffered the loss of a loved one, we hope you will consider joining HopeWest as a Youth Counselor. HopeWest is the only program of its kind on the Western Slope and one of the most innovative and respected programs in the country. The Youth Counselor works with an exemplary and robust team focused on providing quality care to participants through education, resources, and care that honors the goals and wishes of each person. When impacted by serious illness or the death of a loved one, children often need help finding ways to cope. HopeWest Kids is our program for grieving children and teens. Experienced counselors also help parents learn healthy and meaningful ways to help their children when a loved one is seriously ill or dying. Join our team in making a positive difference in the lives of kids during their difficult time. 

If you want something “more than a job” — more like a calling – you will find it at HopeWest.  If you want to connect with the reasons you chose this rewarding career path, use the experience and education you have gained, and find the joy of changing the community you live in, you will love when you become the Youth Counselor at HopeWest.

SUMMARY OF JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provides counseling, education, and support to bereaved clients who are coping with serious illness and/or death of a loved one through phone calls, counseling sessions, and group support.
  • Provides school-based grief groups to clients aged 5-17 with average age of 7-10.
  • Provides individual and/or family counseling to clients aged 3-18, with an average of 7-10.
  • Responsible for providing educational presentations internally and externally, which includes developing presentations, developing handouts and Power Points, determining the most effective way to present information to meet the audience’s needs, ensuring the room configuration provides a supportive learning environment and ensuring evaluations are developed/completed as needed.
  • Serves as an internal and external resource on psychosocial issues related to child grief and loss.
  • Provides “grief in the workplace” assistance to community businesses and agencies as needed.
  • Assists with planning and facilitating 3 child/teen grief summer camps- 2 which include an overnight stay.

COMPETENCIES AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Knowledgeable about grief, bereavement, child development, and mental health.
  • Working knowledge of all Microsoft Office word processing and excel spreadsheets and functional ability in PowerPoint and Outlook Calendar.
  • Ability to work in office, home, schools, and other agency settings as needed.
  • Ability to adhere to attendance expectations to support the supervision of staff.
  • Use of telephone and computer technology, including EMR.
  • Superior verbal and written communication.
  • Speaking in front of a group.
  • Facilitation of groups of individuals and or teams.
  • Time management.

QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s Degree in a counseling field and/or social work is required.

Must hold active, independent, unrestricted license, such Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC with additional consideration for LPCC), Licensed Social Worker (LCSW), or Licensed Marriage/Family Therapist (LMFT) with the State of Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) prior to first day of work if not already obtained at time of job offer.

At least one (1) year of experience in counseling and grief work.

At least one (1) year of experience working with children and teens in a related setting.

Ability to cope with patient/family emotional stress within the framework of the hospice philosophy.

Ability to function as an effective member of the interdisciplinary team.

Valid Colorado driver’s license and unlimited access to reliable transportation.

Adequate automobile insurance.

Communicates effectively, both written and verbal

Pay and Benefits:  

  • Hourly pay: $29.00 – 32.00
  • Cigna Health, Dental, and Vision insurance effective the first of the month following start date
  • Immediate accrual of PTO and medical leave
  • Employer paid life insurance
  • EAP & Disability
  • 403b Retirement plan with up to 3% employer match
  • 15% discount at Spoons Bistro & Bakery, and Heirlooms locations

    At HopeWest, we hold strong core values that are followed internally with staff as well as in the daily care of our patients & their loved ones. Employees of HopeWest are ambassadors that help continue our strong reputation in the communities we serve. If you want to feel honor and pride in the work that you do, while supporting a meaningful mission, come join our HopeWest Team!    
     
     Together, through creativity, volunteerism, and philanthropy we change the experiences of aging, illness, and grief – one family at a time.

    HopeWest honors our service members and encourages veterans to apply. 

    This position will remain open until filled.

Click here to apply

HopeWest Kids Program Manager, HopeWest

Regular Full-TimeFull-time

Grand Junction, CO, US

Hourly Range:$34.00 To $38.00

HopeWest Kids Program Manager
Full-time, Exempt

If you are longing to help kids in our community that have suffered the loss of a loved one, we hope you will consider joining HopeWest. HopeWest is the only program of its kind on the Western Slope and one of the most innovative and respected programs in the country. The HopeWest Kids Program Manager works with an exemplary and robust team focused on providing quality care to participants through education, resources, and care that honors the goals and wishes of each person. When impacted by serious illness or the death of a loved one, children often need help finding ways to cope. HopeWest Kids is our program for grieving children and teens. Experienced counselors also help parents learn healthy and meaningful ways to help their children when a loved one is seriously ill or dying. Join our team in making a positive difference in the lives of kids during their difficult time. 

If you want something “more than a job” — more like a calling – you will find it at HopeWest.  If you want to connect with the reasons you chose this rewarding career path, use the experience and education you have gained, and find the joy of changing the community you live in, you will love when you become the HopeWest Kids Program Manager at HopeWest.

SUMMARY OF JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: The manager is responsible for the following key accountabilities: management of the daily clinical and administrative operations of HopeWest Kids in Grand Junction, coordination of programming of HopeWest Kids across all locations, and overseeing the clinical practice of HopeWest Kids counselors in collaboration with the Director of Bereavement Services. The manager also provides counseling, education, and support to bereaved clients who are coping with serious illness and/or death of a loved one through counseling sessions, and group support through school-based grief groups to clients aged 5-17 with an average age of 7-10. The manager is responsible for the oversight of planning and facilitating 3 child/teen grief summer camps, 2 of which include overnight stays.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s Degree in a counseling field or social work is required.
  • Must hold active, independent, unrestricted license, such Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Social Worker (LCSW), or Licensed Marriage/Family Therapist (LMFT) with the State of Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) prior to first day of work if not already obtained at time of job offer.
  • At least one (1) year of experience in a management position.
  • At least three (3) years of counseling experience working with children and teens in a related setting.
  • Ability to cope with patient/family emotional stress within the framework of the hospice philosophy.
  • Ability to function as an effective member of the interdisciplinary team.
  • Valid Colorado driver’s license and unlimited access to reliable transportation.
  • Adequate automobile insurance.

COMPETENCIES & REQUIREMENTS:

  • Maintains knowledge about grief, bereavement, child development, and mental health.
  • Working knowledge of all Microsoft Office word processing and excel spreadsheets and functional ability in PowerPoint and Outlook Calendar.
  • Ability to work in office, home, schools, and other agency settings as needed.
  • Use of telephone and computer technology, including EMR.
  • Superior verbal and written communication.
  • Effective public speaking in front of a group.
  • Facilitation of groups of individuals and or teams.
  • Adds and fosters positive energy in the work environment.
  • Time management

Pay and Benefits:  

  • Pay: $34.00 – 38.00 – hourly
  • Cigna Health, Dental, and Vision insurance effective the first of the month following start date
  • Immediate accrual of PTO and medical leave
  • Employer paid life insurance
  • EAP & Disability
  • 403b Retirement plan with up to 3% employer match
  • 15% discount at Spoons Bistro & Bakery, and Heirlooms locations

    At HopeWest, we hold strong core values that are followed internally with staff as well as in the daily care of our patients & their loved ones. Employees of HopeWest are ambassadors that help continue our strong reputation in the communities we serve. If you want to feel honor and pride in the work that you do, while supporting a meaningful mission, come join our HopeWest Team!    

     Together, through creativity, volunteerism, and philanthropy we change the experiences of aging, illness, and grief – one family at a time.
    HopeWest honors our service members and encourages veterans to apply. 

    This position will remain open until filled.

Click here to apply

Chief People Officer, HopeWest

 

Regular Full-TimeFull-time
Grand Junction, CO, US

Salary Range:$159,000.00 To 184,000.00 Annually

About this position:  The Chief People Officer (CPO) at HopeWest is an integral component in leading the people management strategies into the future.  This role will be part of the Executive leadership team, which plays a critical role in shaping the culture of HopeWest, fostering employee engagement, and driving organizational effectiveness. This position is not remote and resides in the Grand Junction, CO office.

The Chief People Officer (CPO) is responsible for developing and executing human resource strategy in support of the overall business plan and strategic direction of the organization, specifically in the areas of succession planning, talent acquisition and management, change management, organizational performance management, employee relations, legal compliance, and compensation and benefits. The CPO will lead the development of an engaged workforce within a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organizational culture. The CPO serves as a trusted advisor to the executive leadership team, shareholders, and the board of directors.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Strategic oversight of the Human Resources Department.
  • Develop and implement human resources strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business objectives.
  • Oversee employee performance management, including goal setting, performance reviews, and career development.
  • Strategize and implement competitive compensation and benefits programs to attract and retain high-performing employees.
  • Foster a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion, ensuring that all employees feel valued and respected.
  • Develop and implement training programs that support the ongoing growth and development of our teammates.
  • Provide leadership and guidance to the HR team, fostering a collaborative and supportive work environment.
  • Partner with executive leadership to provide strategic guidance on organizational design and workforce planning.
  • Stay abreast of industry trends and best practices in human resources and talent management.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources, Business Administration, or related field; master’s degree preferred.
  • 10 years of experience in human resources leadership roles, with a proven track record of success in developing and implementing HR strategies and initiatives.
  • Strong understanding of employment law and regulations, preferably Colorado employment law.
  • Excellent leadership and communication skills, with the ability to influence and collaborate at all levels of the organization.
  • Demonstrated ability to build and maintain positive relationships with employees, managers, and external partners.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to make data-driven decisions.
  • SHRM-SCP or SPHR strongly desired.
  • Colorado drivers license and reliable transportation as travel between offices is required.

Pay and Benefits:  

  • Salary: $159,000-$184,000 annually (based on experience and qualifications)
  • Cigna Health, Dental, and Vision insurance effective first of the month following start date
  • Immediate accrual PTO and medical leave
  • 403b Retirement plan with up to 3% employer match
  • Employer paid life insurance
  • EAP & Disability
  • Mileage reimbursement for work-related driving
  • 15% discount at Spoons Bistro & Bakery, and Heirlooms locations

About Us: HopeWest is looking for our next Chief People Officer who will help us continue our non-profit and community supported Mission –Through creativity, volunteerism, and philanthropy, we profoundly change the experiences of aging, illness, and grief – one family at a time. 

Work for a Non-profit that Cares about Each Patient and Each Staff Member: HopeWest was founded over 30 years ago through a community-wide vision and serves over 2,500 patients each year. It has a dedicated staff of over 400 people and more than 1,000 volunteers and looks for innovative ways to serve the needs of our communities. In addition to providing care in the place patient’s call home, HopeWest is proud to provide inpatient hospice care in its beautiful 13-room unit in Grand Junction. The Center for Hope and Healing provides bereavement and counseling support to adults, and grief support to children and teens through HopeWest Kids. In 2021 a new service was launched – PACE – Program for All Inclusive Care of the Elderly – that offers care in the home as an alternative to nursing home care.

HopeWest consistently provides a higher standard of care per the Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) Hospice Survey than most hospices in the United States. It is an award-winning organization. HopeWest was a HEALTHCAREfirst Hospice Honors Recipient again in 2024, providing the highest level of quality as measured from the caregiver’s point of view.

At HopeWest, we hold strong core values that are followed internally with staff as well as in the daily care of our patients & their loved ones. Employees of HopeWest are ambassadors that help continue our strong reputation in the communities we serve. If you want to feel honor and pride in the work that you do, while supporting a meaningful mission, come join our HopeWest Team!

Click here to apply

Executive Director, Adoray Home Health & Hospice 

JOB SUMMARY: The Executive Director is responsible for the management, direction, and coordination of all operations and related activities for the purpose of attaining the goals and objectives as set forth by the Adoray Board of Directors and Sponsors (Board). The Executive Director will conduct the affairs of the Adoray within the limits of their authority as set forth by this job description and the policies established by the Board. Applications due by June 17th.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Operational Oversight:

  • Oversees the development, implementation, and evaluation of programs and services that support the mission.
  • Responsible for all facets of management and planning for Adoray, including staffing, business plan, fiscal management, and fundraising. 
  • Develops community awareness strategies to strengthen and/or expand areas of home health and hospice service.
  • Organizes and supervises the administrative functions of the home health and hospice, including budgeting, accounting, data collection, record maintenance, and employment practices.
  • Arranges and negotiates services provided through contractual agreement.
  • Maintains an ongoing plan for employee orientation, in-service training, and continuing education.
  • Complies with all local, state, and federal legal requirements, and implements corrective action in response to reports of hospice committees and regulatory agencies.
  • Provides guidance and direction to employees reporting to him/her. Ensures staff receives the needed training. Reviews and adjusts staff work duties as required.
  • Implements policies established and plans authorized by the Board for the governance of the Adoray; and, is responsible for advising and formulating those policies and plans. 
  • Assumes responsibility for the Adoray compliance with all regulatory agency requirements. 
  • Develops and implements a plan of organization of personnel and others concerned with the operation of Adoray showing lines or authority, responsibility, and communication. 
  • Organizes the administrative and management functions of Adoray and delegates duties and establishes a formal means of accountability and evaluation of staff. 
  • Adopts and enforces rules and regulations concerning patient’s healthcare and safety as well as the protection of their personal and property rights.

Governance:

  • Serves as a non-voting ex-officio member of the Board.
  • Provides regular and timely internal financial statements to the Board that compare performance to budget and to the previous year or other benchmark.
  • Attends personally, or by designee, all meetings of the Board and its committees. 
  • Provides the Board and Board committees with such staff and administrative support and personnel as they may reasonably require. 
  • Responsible for implementing Board policies and plans, as authorized by the Board, for the governance oversight of the Adoray; and for advising and formulating those policies and plans. 
  • Serve as the liaison and channel of communications for all official communications between the Board of Directors.
  • Presents to the Board annually with goals and objectives including but not limited to changes or improvements needed in programs, services, and/or equipment, financial performance, or other recommendations necessary to fulfill the mission and strategic plan of the Medical Center. 
  • Initiates reports to the Board setting forth recommendations on planning, policy, organization, control, and such other details of operations, which, in her opinion, may be necessary or desirable for continuity in the organization.

Strategic Planning:

  • Leads the board and staff in developing a multiyear strategy and upon board approval, leads the staff in implementing the strategy, reviewing progress with the board and staff on a periodic basis.
  • Informs the Board about current trends, problems, and activities in the field to facilitate policy making.
  • Organizes and implements a process for strategic planning.
  • Recommends, develops, and updates the strategic long-range plan to support the Adoray’s philosophy and goals.
  • Oversees the implementation strategies and plans.

Financial Management:

  • Annually, presents the Board with the operating and capital budget in advance of the fiscal year, for Board approval.
  • Promptly notifies the Board of any unbudgeted expenditures in excess of $40,000.00. 
  • Maintains a system of accountability and security for the organization’s financial resources.
  • Updates the Board on key aspects of Adoray’s financial condition.
  • Responds appropriately to situations where financial performance does not meet expectations, i.e. does not align with budget or performance of prior years.
  • Maintain and effectively utilizes an investment policy and strategy that is approved by the Board of Directors.
  • Partners with financial institutions for cash management.
  • Oversees the implementation and management of Adoray’s investment policy.

Human Resource Management:

  • Provides strategic leadership in personnel planning to assure that qualified staff will be available to meet the needs of Adoray.
  • Develops a staffing structure that supports the efficient delivery of programs and services, accomplishment of major goals identified in the strategic plan, and effective overall management.
  • Hires and manages the staff including implementation and ongoing revision of personnel policies approved by the board and managing the staff performance review process.
  • Establishes Adoray’s philosophy and objectives related to staffing and performance standards, policies and procedures, job classifications and compliance with government regulations.
  • Is responsible for selecting, employing, controlling, and discharging employees, and for developing and maintaining personnel policies, records and practices for the Adoray. 
  • Supervises and coordinates the activities of the Adoray personnel. Retains overall responsibility and accountability for performance.
  • Conducts periodic staff meetings with the administrative team and other employees to inform the staff of changes in policy and to resolve problems affecting operating effectiveness.
  • Oversees employee engagement activities and is responsible for conducting and responding to an annual employee engagement survey.

General:

  • Represents the Adoray in its relationships with other health-related and community agencies or organizations. 
  • Maintains professional affiliations and enhances professional growth and development to keep current in the latest trends in homecare.
  • Attends professional meetings and seminars at the local, regional, state, and national level to keep abreast of happenings and developments in matters relating to the administration of health care.
  • Performs other duties within the express or implicit terms of the Executive Director duties that may be necessary for the best interests of the organization.  
Requirements

CHARACTERISTICS

Adoray’s Executive Director will pose the following traits and experience:

  • Commitment to current community-resides/willing to relocate to the primary service area.
  • Data-driven.
  • Proven background of setting and achieving goals.
  • Knowledgeable of reimbursement trends and strategy around home health and hospice.
  • Experience working with a Board.
  • Leadership experience of people (as opposed to programs).
  • Proven background of complying with state and federal regulations.
  • Familiarity with fundraising-grants and donations.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Graduation from a recognized college or university with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, healthcare administration, or accounting or equivalent is required. 
  • Master’s degree in health/ business administration is preferred.
  • Ten or more years of healthcare senior-level administration experience required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • High level of attention to detail
  • Ability to work autonomously and make independent judgments.
  • Ability to manage conflicting priorities and handle multiple tasks/projects concurrently
  • Ability to work well as part of a team and independently
  • Exhibit excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skills
  • Exceptional leadership skills
  • Display and promote high standards of ethical conduct and behaviors consistent with organizational standards
Salary Description
$130,000/annually
 
Click here to apply

Social Worker, HopeWest

Social Worker – Delta/Montrose
Full-time – 40hrs/week
$2500 sign-on bonus for MSW

Join an organization recognized as a
BEST PLACE TO WORK & BEST FAMILY-FRIENDLY WORKPLACE by our employees!

Find your life’s work at HopeWest as Social Worker supporting our patients and families in Delta & Montrose Counties. This role will work 20hrs/week in each location which offers a unique opportunity for flexible scheduling, having a “mobile office”, being out on the road and seeing our patients/families in their personal living environments in these beautiful rural communities. 

You will be part of an interdisciplinary care team of social workers, chaplains, nurses, physicians, and certified nursing assistants all working together to improve people’s everyday lives when they need help the most. You will be an advocate by providing education and resources to patients and their families.

The Social Worker will work with an exemplary and robust interdisciplinary team focused on providing quality care to patients in the community through education, resources, and care that honors the goals and wishes of each person.

If you want something “more than a job” – more like a calling – you will find it at HopeWest. If you want to connect with the reasons you chose this rewarding career path, use the experience and education you have gained, and find the joy of changing the world you will love when you become a social worker with HopeWest across Delta & Montrose Counties.

Who Should Apply?

  • Social Workers with a minimum of one year experience in healthcare.
  • Experience working (paid or volunteer) with the elderly preferred.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Applicants who live in and can commute between Delta & Montrose, CO & enjoy drive time.

Requirements, Pay and Benefits:

  • MSW preferred (BSW minimum required) from an accredited social work program. 
  • Minimum of one (1) year supervised experienced in the health care field or during a supervised internship.
  • Participates in the on-call, holiday, weekend, and after-hour’s rotation.
  • $27.00 – $31.00/Hour, plus any shift differentials that may apply.
  • Premium pay for Licensed Clinical Social Worker and/or bilingual fluency
  • Mileage reimbursement of 60cents/mile for work related driving
  • Leased vehicle program option
  • Cell phone and laptop provided for documentation
  • Tuition Assistance program for advancing your social worker career
  • Cigna Health, Dental, and Vision insurance effective the first of the month following start date
  • Immediate accrual of PTO and medical leave
  • Employer paid life insurance
  • EAP & Disability
  • 403b Retirement plan with up to 3% employer match
  • 15% discount at Spoons Bistro & Bakery, and Heirlooms locations

    The Job Location:
    Across Delta & Montrose counties: HopeWest Social Workers provide care in patients’ home settings. When a patient lives in a nursing home or assisted living residence, they partner with professional colleagues in those settings to provide care.

    At HopeWest, we hold strong core values that are followed internally with staff as well as in the daily care of our patients & their loved ones. Employees of HopeWest are ambassadors that help continue our strong reputation in the communities we serve. If you want to feel honor and pride in the work that you do, while supporting a meaningful mission, come join our HopeWest Team!    
     
     Together, through creativity, volunteerism, and philanthropy we change the experiences of aging, illness, and grief – one family at a time.

    HopeWest honors our service members and encourages veterans to apply. This position will remain open until filled.

Click here to apply.

Associate Director of Foundation Relations, Hospice of the Western Reserve

JOIN US IN MAKING THE MOST OF EVERY DAY!

Hospice of The Western Reserve operates in celebration of the individual worth of each life, we strive to relieve suffering, enhance comfort, promote quality of life, foster choice in end-of-life care and support effective grieving.

WHY US?

We believe that our success starts with our greatest asset: OUR EMPLOYEES!

We live our shared core values in everything we do:

COMPASSION. EXCELLENCE. EQUALITY. INTEGRITY. SERVICE. STEWARDSHIP.

We have a passion for purpose driven work! Do you?

JOIN OUR FAMILY! 

The Director of Foundation Relations is a key member of the HWR’s development team. The Director has primary responsibility for identification, cultivation, stewardship, and solicitation of local and national foundations for five, six and seven figure commitments. This position requires direct outreach to other disciplines including but not limited to the clinical, bereavement, facilities, and finance teams to develop partnerships on cross-departmental projects and grants. In partnership with the grant writer, this position is responsible for development of an annual foundation plan including prospecting to ensure increased revenue year over year. When appropriate, the Director will also help develop the case for support for all capital campaigns and strategic initiatives.

WHAT YOU WILL DO: 

  • Manage a portfolio of current and prospective foundation contacts to identify the intersection of HWR’s work with the foundation’s priorities
  • Create a range of foundation proposals that support the operating needs of HWR including Pediatrics, Navigator by region, Hospice care, and so on 
  • Strategize with key project staff members to identify annual operating, programmatic, and capital needs as prioritized by the agency
  • Continually identify new foundations and corporations whose funding priorities match HWR’s needs annually; develop the strategy for initial approach, cultivation, and proposal submissions
  • Manage and direct the grant cycle including proposal creation, submission, acknowledgement letters, progress and final reports which set the stage for subsequent requests 
  • Coordinate meetings, site visits and tours for foundation and corporation representatives, including the creation of agendas, preparation, and talking points for HWR staff 
  • Coordinate with HWR’s project, program, and team leaders to develop accurate and persuasive narratives, budgets, and outcome measures
  • Manage the grants timeline for all funded projects including working internally to ensure all goals, objectives, budgets, and timelines are met 
  • Develop and implement strategies for regular communication and engagement with foundation and corporation representatives, which may include mailings and events
  • As needed provide institutional voice for leadership articles, speeches, and white papers
  • Maintain accurate and current electronic files on the shared drive and in the CRM
  • Supervise and direct the part-time grant writer for all above activities
  • Cultivate and solicit individual donors as assigned
  • Support all aspects of HWR Development in team planning and goal-setting sessions, prospect management, proofreading and review, working at events and reporting to management and Board
  • Other duties as assigned

SUCCESS CAPABILITIES:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred.
  • A minimum of five (5) years in foundation fundraising, including a proven track record in securing six-figure gifts.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently and confidently with senior leadership at HWR.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to Advancement colleagues, donors, volunteers, faculty, and staff.
  • High level of professionalism, integrity, good judgment, and the ability to work in a team environment.
  • Prior knowledge and familiarity with local and national business environments as well as fundraising strategies and techniques. 

DETAILS:

  • Total Rewards Package to include Retirement, Health, Dental, Vision, voluntary benefits and Corporate Discounts 
  • Tuition Assistance
  • Non-exempt role
  • Technology Package 
  • Protocols in place for wellbeing during COVID-19 

 CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:

  • Compliance to Annual Flu Shot Policy or ability to provide exemption documentation
  • Provide an active auto insurance policy as a licensed driver in the State of Ohio with the proper level of coverage as directed
  • Provide an active driver’s license
  • Ability to provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
  • High level of integrity, ethics and professionalism.

NOTE: The responsibilities of this position are described above, and they may be subject to change at any time due to reasonable accommodations or other reasons. Also, this description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position.

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Chief Financial Officer,  Hospice of the Panhandle 

Employment Contact Information
Sara Cohick,  scohick@hospiceotp.org

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Description

You will reclaim a rewarding career in Finance when you join our energetic non-profit executive leadership team of experts whose daily mission is focused on the privileged care of people facing serious and life limiting illness in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia.  Work closely with your executive team in a serene setting with a 14 bed inpatient facility that operates 24/7. You will see the difference you make in the health care experience. Life is too short to waste time questioning the value of your skillset!                                                                                                            

General Statement of Duties:  Responsible for managing and leading the financial initiatives of the organization. The CFO oversees the timely and accurate reporting of financial statements. Works closely with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and other members of Senior Management to ensure the successful attainment of business initiatives.

Level of responsibility: Reports to Chief Executive Officer. Supervises: Controller

Schedule:  Monday through Friday 8am-4:30pm on site/hybrid in Kearneysville, WV

Education and Experience:

    1. Bachelor’s degree in accounting, Finance, Business Administration or related field, CPA or Master’s degree preferred.
    2. Minimum of 7-10 years’ experience in financial management; health care or not for profit environment preferred. Information systems knowledge required.
    3. Minimum of 7-10 years of management /supervisory experience.
    4. Demonstrates knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles in the USA.

Physical Qualifications:

    1. Ability to communicate verbally and in writing in English language.
    2. Ability to hear normal conversation in person and via phone.
    3. Ability to read normal or condensed print.

Medical Director, Snowline Hospice 

Are you ready to make a profound difference in the lives of patients and their families? Snowline Hospice is seeking a dedicated Medical Director to join our dynamic team of healthcare professionals. If you’re passionate about providing compassionate end-of-life care, this could be the perfect opportunity for you.

Your Passion: Medical Director (Contract) 

Who We Are: Snowline is a non-profit organization serving the western slope of El Dorado County and the Greater Sacramento Region. For over 40 years, our deep roots in the community have allowed us to foster a strong network of local resources and partnerships. We have built a strong reputation of excellence by providing personalized, compassionate, high-quality care tailored to the needs of each patient and family. At Snowline Hospice, our core values guide everything we do. We value teamwork, contribution, service and excellence. We are a team of dedicated, dynamic professionals committed to providing the highest level of care which continues to be reflected in our exemplary patient satisfaction surveys and quality measures.

Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging: Snowline is committed to creating a workplace that is diverse, equitable, inclusive, and fosters a sense of community. We are committed to providing exemplary, culturally competent care for our patients. At Snowline Hospice, we approach our work with sensitivity and compassion, and we strive to create a safe and supportive environment for every member of our team.

Why Choose Us: 

  • Flexible scheduling: We offer flexible scheduling options, including part-time and full-time positions, as well as day, evening, and weekend shifts.
  • Team Building: We are committed to maintaining a positive, collaborative workplace culture which prioritizes team building and joy through employee events, recognition and celebration of each other. 
  • Market Benchmarked Salaries: As a non-profit provider, we conduct regular market benchmarking salary surveys of comparable organizations to ensure our salaries remain both fiscally responsible and competitive. 
  • Salary:  $275,000-$325,000 depending on experience, $10,000 Hiring Bonus or Relocation Available 

Responsibilities: The Medical Director provides oversight of physician services by complementing attending physician care, acting as a medical resource to the interdisciplinary groups, and continuity of medical services. The Medical Director serves as an organizational liaison – promoting and representing the program to physicians, physician groups, discharge planners, other referral sources, community health organizations, and potential donors, as appropriate. In conjunction with the executive leadership and as a part of the Interdisciplinary Team, the Medical Director oversees the medical care of the hospice, palliative care, home-based primary care, chronic care management, and transitional care patients. Your duties may include: 

Clinical Services:

  • Responsible for providing medical direction to and adhering to requirements, terms, and conditions required by Medicare Conditions of Participation (COP), accrediting bodies, federal and state statutes that govern the provision of services. 
  • Reviews patients’ medical eligibility for hospice services, per program policies and procedures, ensuring the establishment of the plan of care is in conjunction with the attending physician and interdisciplinary group before providing care written certification of terminal illness
  • Reviews  necessary data from referral sources in order to validate the diagnosis and life-limiting prognosis established by the attending physician
  • Reviewing  the clinical record and/or performing a medical examination to confirm the appropriateness of services
  • Provides written certification of the terminal illness for all subsequent benefit periods
  • Performs face-to-face encounters within thirty (30) days of the third and subsequent hospice benefit certification periods and attests to the encounter. (NP may complete the encounter and report findings to the hospice physician.)
  • Consult with attending physicians and clinical  staff to ensure that pain and symptom management for patients is effectively and expeditiously accomplished 
  • Ensures that competent physician services are routinely available on a 24-hour basis to meet the general medical needs of the organization and patients to the extent the needs are not met by the attending physician
  • Supervises  Associate Medical Director(s) and Nurse Practitioners to include: participate in recruiting, ensure Associates and Nurse Practitioners follow applicable policies and procedures; evaluate Associates & Nurse Practitioners as required by COPs 
  • Facilitate a collaborative relationship with the attending physician ensuring the patient receives care that meets his or her needs and is reflective of the hospice philosophy
  • As President and Treasurer of Snowline Eldercare oversee its provision of professional clinical services

Interdisciplinary Team Collaboration and Communication

  • Attend and participate in interdisciplinary team meetings, utilizing a collaborative approach assisting in the development and implementation of the plan of care 
  • In conjunction with the attending physician and interdisciplinary group, reviews and updates the plan of care at least every 15 days, or more frequently as needed
  • Acts as a medical liaison and resource in the provision of clinical education to the Interdisciplinary Team and Physicians.

Education, Research and In-Service Training:

  • Participates in the development and review of established policies, bylaws, rules, and regulations, related to patient care, medical, educational, and emergency services.      
  • Participates in quality assessment performance improvement (QAPI) plans and collaborates with clinical leadership to identify areas of performance improvement, and supports with medical educational needs as well as activities internally and externally. 
  • In Collaboration with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and clinical leadership evaluates the implementation of programs, to determine the impact of said programs on the quality of care
  • Participates in the resolution of interpersonal conflict and issues of clinical and ethical concern
  • Act as a consultant, educator, and liaison between attending and community physicians and assists nurses when necessary in issues of pain and symptom management, palliative care, and courses of treatment 

Other Responsibilities:

  • Serves as a medical liaison to referral sources within Snowline’s service area to build strong relationships and promote timely and appropriate referrals
  • Serve as Chair of Snowline Eldercare and oversee the provision of its professional clinical services
  • Attend monthly Board of Directors Meetings as a nonvoting member, provide Board education and advise as indicated
  • Attend other organizational meetings & perform other duties deemed necessary by the Chief Executive Officer

Requirements

  • Possess a license as a Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy under the provision of the California Business and Professions Code, without restriction or subject to any disciplinary or corrective action.
  • Possess and maintain a controlled substances registration certificate with state and federal authorities.
  • Board Certified in Hospice and or Palliative Care and/or a demonstrated knowledge and skillset in the medical management of advanced irreversible disease, palliative medicine, pain and symptom management, psychosocial care of patients/families, and principles of hospice concept of care
  • Not excluded from participating in the Medicare program
  • Possess an unencumbered California Driver’s License, auto insurance, and a dependable automobile
  • Maintain current CPR Certification

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Team Physician, Part-Time, Snowline Hospice

Job Type:
Part-time

Location:
Snowline has two offices located in beautiful El Dorado & Sacramento Counties, CA

Description:
Are you ready to make a profound difference in the lives of patients and their families? Snowline Hospice is seeking a dedicated Team Physician to join our dynamic team of healthcare professionals. If you’re passionate about providing compassionate end-of-life care, this could be the perfect opportunity for you.

Your Passion: Physician (Contract and part-time up to 20 hours/week + on call rotation) 

Who We Are: Snowline is a non-profit organization serving the western slope of El Dorado County and the Greater Sacramento Region. For over 40 years, our deep roots in the community have allowed us to foster a strong network of local resources and partnerships. We have built a strong reputation of excellence by providing personalized, compassionate, high-quality care tailored to the needs of each patient and family. At Snowline Hospice, our core values guide everything we do. We value teamwork, contribution, service and excellence. We are a team of dedicated, dynamic professionals committed to providing the highest level of care which continues to be reflected in our exemplary patient satisfaction surveys and quality measures.

Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging: Snowline is committed to creating a workplace that is diverse, equitable, inclusive, and fosters a sense of community. We are committed to providing exemplary, culturally competent care for our patients. At Snowline Hospice, we approach our work with sensitivity and compassion, and we strive to create a safe and supportive environment for every member of our team.

Why Choose Us: 

  • Flexible scheduling: We offer flexible scheduling options, including part-time and full-time positions, as well as day, evening, and weekend shifts.
  • Team Building: We are committed to maintaining a positive, collaborative workplace culture which prioritizes team building and joy through employee events, recognition, and celebration of each other. 
  • Market Benchmarked Salaries: As a non-profit provider, we conduct regular market benchmarking salary surveys of comparable organizations to ensure our salaries remain both fiscally responsible and competitive. 
  • Pay Rate: $128-$150/hour, depending on experience.

Responsibilities: As a Team Physician, you will work in conjunction with the Clinical Director, the Medical Director and the Interdisciplinary Team. The Team Physician provides expertise in the clinical aspects of hospice and palliative medicine and is a medical resource for the hospice & palliative care teams. the Team Physician assumes medical oversight over patients assigned to the Interdisciplinary Team. Consults with and cooperates with patient’s attending physician, makes required patient visits, attends weekly team meetings, and participates in on-call support. Your duties may include: 

Clinical Services:

  • Consult with attending physicians and hospice staff to ensure that pain and symptom management for patients is effectively and expeditiously accomplished
  • Assure that all patients receive needed medication for symptom palliation, which may include the writing of triplicate prescriptions
  • According to Medicare Conditions of Participation (COP), review necessary data from the referring physician source to determine certification/recertification of a terminal illness (life expectancy of 6 months or less); recertify terminal status for patients at 60 and 90 day intervals as required by Federal and State regulations
  • According to agency standards and COP, make patients visit in their homes, inpatient facility, nursing facilities, and residential care facilities 
  • Offer advice and information to staff and referring physicians on medical interventions consistent with hospice and palliative care philosophy and the plan of care 
  • Occasionally provide direct service in unusual or emergency situations
  • Facilitate a collaborative relationship with the attending physicians so that patients receive care that meets their needs and is reflective of the hospice and palliative care philosophy

Interdisciplinary Team Collaboration and Communication

  • Ensure the continuity of care to each patient by overseeing and guiding the delivery of medical care among the Interdisciplinary Team members
  • Serve as a medical resource, providing consultation to the Interdisciplinary Team
  • As needed, participate in the development, revision and review of the Comprehensive Plan of Care for patients
  • As needed, attend weekly Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) meetings
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements:

  • Doctorate degree in medicine or osteopathy from an accredited medical school
  • Physician duly licensed under the provisions of the California Business and Professions Code
  • Obtain and maintain hospital privileges at local hospitals preferred
  • Demonstrate knowledge and well-developed skills in the medical management of advanced irreversible disease, palliative medicine, pain and symptom management, psychosocial care of patients/families and principles of hospice concept of care
  • Hospice and palliative medicine board certified preferred
  • Ability to work effectively within an Interdisciplinary Team
  • Possess and maintain current Controlled Substance Registration Certificate
  • Maintain current CPR Certification
  • Possess Current California Driver License, auto insurance, and a dependable automobile

If you are a physician who embodies compassion, competence, kindness, and effective communication, and dedicated to providing exceptional patient care, support, and education, we invite you to apply for this rewarding opportunity. Join our team and make a difference in the lives of those facing advanced irreversible diseases. Snowline offers a wonderful team environment that truly provides QUALITY patient care. We are highly recognized and the visionary leaders for palliative care in our community. 

Snowline has two offices located in beautiful El Dorado & Sacramento counties with convenient access to Lake Tahoe & the San Francisco Bay Area. Apply today @ https://recruiting.paylocity.com/Recruiting/Jobs/Details/2138320 to learn more! Snowline Hospice is an Equal Opportunity Employer