Team Select Home Care Clinical Supervisor in Denver, Colorado

Looking for a truly unique company? Are you an overachieving Clinical Supervisor? The fastest growing home health agency in the US is continuing to grow in LOCATION! We do things totally different at Team Select, which explains why we’re thriving in a struggling industry. We are looking for an experienced Clinical Supervisor. Candidates must have strong clinical abilities and like having fun! Significant opportunity for growth combined with top salary, full benefits and potential for earning additional income through multiple incentive programs are just a few of the many aspects that make this opportunity unique. The strength of our team, our culture and our world class patient care truly sets us apart!

At Team Select, we believe the amount of effort it takes to do things the right way, can only be justified by putting an equal amount of effort into having fun! Our leadership in the healthcare industry starts with our culture. Having been recognized as a 2017 "Home Care Elite agency" as well as being awarded the #2 Best Place to Work proves that our focus on our people truly differentiates us. We encourage you to inquire about a position, and learn for yourself how rewarding work can be!


The Clinical Supervisor is a qualified registered nurse with the ability to oversee and coordinate provision of clinical activities for a designated group of patients and staff.


The Clinical Supervisor reports directly to Director of Nursing/Administrator.


  • Graduate of an approved school of nursing licensed in the state of practice; that has at least one to three (1-3) years experience as a registered nurse in a state licensed home health agency, or other health care facility. One year of Medicare home health experience required

  • Evidence of adequate health status to perform duties.

  • Ability to learn, absorb and apply professional training.

  • Ability to organize work procedures, assume responsibility and effectively supervise others.

  • Demonstrates excellent problem solving techniques and abilities.

  • Demonstrates effective knowledge of the federal and state regulations governing home health agencies and the ability to ensure compliance with them.

  • Able to see and hear adequately to respond to auditory and visual requests which relate to the coordination of clinical activities.

  • Able to speak in a clear, concise voice in order to communicate adequately with staff, physicians, and patients.

  • Able to effectively deal with change.

  • Basic computer skills required


  • Develops, supervises and evaluates a group of qualified clinicians and caregivers.

  • Assists with the analysis and evaluation of clinical operations to ensure standards are adhered to.

  • Participates in activities relative to provision of professional services to an assigned group of patients.

  • Assists DON/Administrator to ensure that all staff providing care maintains professional standards of community nursing practice.

  • Maintains and adheres to agency procedure and patient care policy standards.

  • Assist DON/Administrator with establishing policies and procedures in compliance with state health statutes and administrative rules to include CDC guidelines, OSHA guidelines for employee safety, standard precautions, and infection control procedures.

  • Coordinates patient care services for an assigned group of patients.

  • Provides case management as described in state regulations

  • Assists DON with development and implementation of policies for, and keeps records of criteria for admission to service, case assignments and case management.

  • Informs appropriate staff about home health statutes and administrative rules.

  • Assists DON with installation of improved work methods and procedures to ensure achievement of objectives of the Agency.

  • Interprets and transmits policies of the Agency to the assigned staff.

  • Reports to the DON regarding changes that might affect the clinical operations of the agency.

  • Coordinates and participates in patient care conferences.

  • Maintains confidentiality of agency, employee and patient matters.

  • Performs other duties as assigned by the DON.

  • Assists with orientation of new staff prior to patient contact.

  • Acts as preceptor for new staff.

  • Participates in continuing education for staff to include orientation and in-services.

  • Participates in Performance Improvement activities as requested by the DON.

  • Provides clinical proofing of all OASIS forms.

  • Assists DON with staff performance appraisals.

  • Assists with billing process as applicable from clinical perspective

  • Attains annual goals as established by the DON/Administrator in the annual performance evaluation.

  • Submits documentation within required timeframes.

Team Select Home Care reserves the right to change the above job description and qualifications without notice.

Team Select Home Care will not discriminate against the candidate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual preference, disability, political belief, veteran status, age or any other status protected by law.

Team Select Home Care is an employment-at-will employer.

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