The Early Intervention Clinical Supervisor's role is to partner with the Program Supervisor of Early Intervention to support the Early Intervention staff and maintain fidelity to the model of Early Intervention. This role will join the supervisor team at Children's Village under the direction of the Child Health Services Manager to promote a seamless and collaborative service model for families and children birth to three years of age.
Provider duties: Supports and fosters personalized patient care incorporating cultural, ethnic, religious, and/or age specific needs of the patient. Interprets data gathered in assessment and provides care appropriate to population specific needs. Performs evaluation and treatment as ordered by the physician and following Early Intervention program requirements, in a safe timely manner according to established protocol and practice guidelines. Assists in the referral and transition process when a patient requires additional services following discharge.
Supervisory duties: Ensures established productivity and staffing levels are maintained. Instructs and coaches staff during treatment procedures and ensures clinical documentation standards and requirements are met through monthly chart audits. Provides supervision to therapy students/assistants when needed. Leads staff in quality improvement and strategic initiatives. Assists Department manager with the annual review process to ensure evaluations and clinical competencies are completed in a timely manner. Participates in hiring, interviewing, and disciplinary action in coordination with Department Manager. Provide provider reflective practice, coaching, and supervision for evidence-based parent/child engagement models
QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
Education: Master's Degree in related field or BSN
Experience: Minimum of 3 years in early intervention, supervisory experience required
Licenses/Certificates/Registration: Degree commiserate with any of the provider types of Early Intervention (Education, Social Work, Speech and Language Pathology, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Nursing)
At Virginia Mason Memorial, our vision is to "create healthy communities one person at a time." This means that each member of our award-winning team works to provide our patients, and their families, with the best medical and individual care possible.
Why do we do what we do? As the region's leading health care provider and Yakima's largest employer, we believe that by improving health, we will transform Yakima! We work together to demonstrate our values of Respect, Accountability, Teamwork, Stewardship, and Innovation for everyone who walks through our doors, patients and coworkers alike. Does this sound like the place for you? We would love to hear from you! Come be the best of the best with us!
We offer competitive benefits and compensation, including a generous 401K plan, medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, an employee wellness clinic and leadership development and education.
"Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital provides reasonable accommodations to assist qualified individuals in order to perform the essential duties/requirements their job requires. The description is intended to provide only basic guidelines for meeting job requirements and serves as merely a summary rather than a complete listing of duties. Responsibilities, knowledge, skills, abilities, and working conditions may change as needs evolve. This job description does not constitute a contract as employment is at will."