As the first hospice in Central Texas, providing services since 1980, we have end-of-life care expertise that only decades of experience can teach. And as Austin’s only nonprofit hospice, we provide care to any person who needs us, regardless of age, diagnosis or ability to pay. All of our resources go toward services that benefit each patient and family, not to owners or investors. At Austin Hospice, we envision a community in which people with serious illness can live their final months with comfort, dignity and peace.
Whether you join Austin Hospice as a clinician, administration or operations, you will be joining a community of compassionate, caring individuals dedicated to the service of our patients!
Sign-On Bonus and Relocation Assistance currently being offered for this role!!!
The Director of Clinical Services will plan, organize and direct the provision of clinical services (including Nursing, CNA, Social Work and Spiritual Care Services) to patients and families in the home care program. This position will report to the Executive Director and will supervise Team Leaders, CNA Scheduler and On-Call Team Leader.
Organizes systems, policies and procedures for clinical services in home care program (45%)
Directs clinical services in home care program (45%)
Supervises staff (10%)
Graduation from an approved school of professional nursing as determined by the Board of Nurse Examiners. BSN
5 years nursing management experience.
Previous hospice or home health experience.
Licensed as a Registered Nurse by the Texas Board of Nurse Examiners or by Nursing Compact inclusive of the state of Texas
Valid Texas driver’s license, auto liability insurance and safe driving record.
Medical, Dental & Vision insurance benefits
401 (k) Retirement Plan with employer contribution and employer match
As the first hospice in Central Texas, we have end-of-life care expertise that only decades of experience can teach. And as Austin’s only nonprofit hospice, we provide care to any person who needs us, regardless of age, diagnosis, or ability to pay. All of our resources go toward services that benefit each patient and family, not to owners or investors.
Last year, we provided more than $1 million in care beyond what was reimbursed by insurance. Thanks to the generous financial support from the Central Texas community, we are able to welcome those who are uninsured or whose treatment is more expensive than what other hospices are willing to provide. We value compassion, comfort and respect, and work tirelessly to honor the unique needs and personal dignity of each person we serve.