A career at Alacare allows you to truly make a difference in the lives of patients and their families. As a member of the Alacare team, your skills are fully engaged in delivering compassionate care. Regardless if you are in the field or behind the scenes, each day is filled with meaningfulness and satisfaction. Career opportunities can be found in almost every county in the State of Alabama at each of our 24 locations. Our team of dedicated professionals are focused on providing outstanding care and strive for high patient satisfaction. If you are ready to take your career to a new level, consider Alacare and apply today.
Provides liaison between Agency's clinical operations and attending physicians to facilitate patient care. Develops and maintains community relations in a variety of settings. Serves as resource and provides education to patients, caregivers, and others concerning Agency policies, procedures, services, etc.
Education required: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing (Diploma or Associates Degree)
Education desired: Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Certification in Gerontology or Community Health Nursing, or Case Management
Experience Required: One year of sales experience. One or more years of related nursing experience may be substituted for sales experience.
Experience Desired: Two to five years sales experience. One or more years of sales or nursing experience in Home Health or Hospice.
Licenses and Registrations:
Current Alabama Driver’s License
Current Alabama Nursing License
Current automobile liability insurance.
Must be able to perform limited to full range heavy work requiring sitting, standing, walking, and driving.
Must possess vision, hearing, and physical dexterity necessary to maintain a driver's license and operate an automobile.
Must be able to climb stairs, access and operate elevators, and access patients' homes which may not have conventional access accommodations.
Must be able to maneuver on all types of terrain.
Must possess vision, hearing, feeling, physical strength, and dexterity necessary to perform all the duties of a Care Transition Coordinator.
Must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Must be able to give and receive instructions and information, both in person and via telephone.
Work requires exerting force of up to 50 pounds occasionally, and/or up to 25 pounds frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds constantly in moving objects or materials.