Team Coordinator
Sacramento, CA Supportive Care
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You are.

An energetic, up-beat professional, skilled at supporting the team as a whole

An encouraging, flexible collaborator for whom making people feel important comes naturally 

An altruistic and confident individual who seeks meaning in their daily work

Join us in our heart work.

Snowline Hospice is a nonprofit, community-based organization dedicated to meeting the unique physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of those who are nearing the end of life's journey. Our mission is to enhance the living, comfort the dying, and support the grieving with compassion and dignity. Our supportive care team is dynamic and supportive; not only caring for the patients and friends and families we serve, but for each other, every day.

Here's how you'll be caring.

  • Helping to maintain excellent collaboration and communication within the team and the organization
  • In close collaboration with other disciplinary teams, you will be actively supporting quality care and assist in improving the lives of others
  • Help support team in reviewing daily tasks, visits, and patient needs
  • Provide direct administrative support in the handling of duties and functions related to clinical operations for the organization
  • Helping people through difficult times and providing support to patients or families and friends when needed
  • Enjoy meaningful and friendly interactions as you join forces to make good things happen

Each day. Essential functions.

  • Prepare and coordinate clinical work schedules and calendars
  • Receive incoming patient related phone calls and coordinates with physicians, families/caregivers, and staff members
  • Track team information including time worked and time off requests
  • Supportive Care data collection, metrics, and reporting
  • Supports daily administrative functions including reporting, meeting coordination, orientation, training, safety updates, working closely with IT support, and conducting occupancy reviews
  • May provide support for other administrative tasks or team members when appropriate
  • Calm, soothe and empathize with the strong emotions our patients and families are experiencing
  • Motivate and encourage a team of healthcare professionals in providing the best care possible to each patient
  • Assist with the management of clinical notes, health records, and systems to ensure appropriate and accurate data

Come for the culture. And the benefits.

  • Deeply meaningful, heart-warming work
  • Continuous displays of gratitude from patients, family, and friends
  • Collaboration with other compassionate, unique, and professional colleagues
  • Warm, friendly, flexible, supportive, and safe work environment
  • Highly regarded, long-standing reputation for quality service in the community
  • Generous Health and Wellness Benefits including Medical, Dental and Vision, EAP and company paid Life Insurance
  • Robust PTO and time off program
  • Educational Support (based on eligibility)
  • Supportive and helpful 401k (plus matching) program
  • Flexible work schedules

Our ideal candidate. 

  • Associates degree, Bachelors degree or combination of professional experience and college course work preferred 
  • Four years general office and administrative support experience OR two years general office and administrative support plus an associate degree in business or related field 
  • One year experience in a healthcare setting, preferably with scheduling experience 
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently, managing multiple projects while performing work in a timely, accurate, and confidential manner 
  • Proven ability to think clearly, logically, analyze issues and use good judgment to carry out responsibilities 
  • Demonstrated computer skills with extensive experience using Microsoft Word and Excel required 
  • EHR (Electronic Health/Medical Record) experience preferred
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to work harmoniously and cooperatively with a wide variety of people
  • Embraces different belief systems and respects individual choices and lifestyles
  • Excellent observation, problem solving, verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrates positive behavior characteristics such as attitude, initiative, cooperation, adaptability, fairness, ingenuity, and dependability 
  • Handle confidential information in an appropriate manner and uses discretion when handling sensitive information
  • Valid CA driver’s license, with a reliable vehicle that is insured in accordance with state requirements
  • Is open to occasional weekend or evening work

Come join us in the heart work of Caring and Collaboration! 

APPLY TODAY and become part of the Snowline family!

Snowline Hospice is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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