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RN Hospice Transition Specialist

3.1 Quick Apply Full-time 16 hours ago Full Job Description The Hospice Transition Specialist is responsible for establishing and maintaining positive relationships with customers and referral sources within the assigned hospital(s) ; responding to customer and community needs regarding education as it relates to the hospice philosophy of care and delivery of services; developing and increasing the access to Bristol Hospice Services in the assigned hospital(s) that the location serves; develops, facilitates and coordinates the referral and admission process to promote a continuum of care model. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: The Hospice Transition Specialist will be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing Registered Nurse (RN) shall have a minimum of one (1) year experience as a professional nurse within the last three (3) years or have a baccalaureate degree in nursing from a program accredited by the National League of Nursing The Hospice Transition Specialist must have a current RN license in the state OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Must be flexible in work hours Willingness to maintain comprehensive working knowledge regarding information systems and applicable software programs Current CPR certification Must have a valid driver's license; licensed vehicle with valid insurance BENEFITS & COMPENSATION: Competitive salary commensurate with experience Mileage Reimbursement Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and more HSA & 401(k) available PTO and Paid Holidays Tuition Reimbursement Job Type: Full-time Pay: $0.01 per hour Benefits: 401(k) matching Dental insurance Employee assistance program Health insurance Life insurance Paid time off Relocation assistance Tuition reimbursement Vision insurance Schedule: Monday to Friday Supplemental Pay: Commission pay Education: High school or equivalent (Preferred) Experience: RN: 1 year (Preferred) Hospice care: 1 year (Preferred) Work Location: Multiple locations Company's website: http://bristolhospice.com/careers/ Quick Apply

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