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Careers

1Employee Benefits:
Three Rivers Hospice offers excellent benefits, for full time and part time employees, at affordable rates.

Major Medical

  • Anthem BCBS for full time employees.  
  • Volunteer coverage for Dental & Vision- Assurant, for full time employees.  
  • Life / Accident - up $100,000  benefit for full time employees.  FREE benefit.  Additional coverage optional.  
  • 401-K retirement savings plan - Through Trans America, for any full time employee.
  • Voluntary coverage for accident, cancer, disability.

Combine these benefits along with our compassionate, and professional work environment, and you have the ultimate career package.

Three Rivers Hospice does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, gender, age, religion, disability, pregnancy status, sexual orientation or other status protected by law.

VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

The foundation of a great hospice is their volunteer program.  A volunteer can be an integral part in comforting and supporting a patient and their family during a difficult time.  The Volunteer Coordinator will match the volunteer to a specific patient.  They will act as direct supervisor of the volunteer schedule and activities.

They recruit additional volunteers and support current volunteers.     

On Call RN or LPN

The position of on-call nurse will serve as a care manager during the off business hours after 4:30 p.m.  This position requires that patients who call (for emergencies, pain crisis, medication questions/concerns, etc)at ne and speak with our answering service will receive face to face contact with a licensed nurse.

The on-call nurse will coordinate with the full time Nurse Case Manager who oversees the day to day patient care to ensure new orders and up to date health events are discussed.

LPN- ON CALL

The position of on-call nurse will serve as a care manager during the off business hours after 4:30 p.m.  This position requires that patients who call (for emergencies, pain crisis, medication questions/concerns, etc)at ne and speak with our answering service will receive face to face contact with a licensed nurse.

The on-call nurse will coordinate with the full time Nurse Case Manager who oversees the day to day patient care to ensure new orders and up to date health events are discussed.

CHAPLAIN

The chapssing sprlain will serve as a resource for other interdisciplary team members assessing spiritual needs and providing care, and will be available to coordinate with other spiritual care providers the patient/family may have identified.  Provides spiritual support to clients and families in keeping with their desire and belief system.  Participates as a member of the Interdisciplinary group in planning and implementation of client care.  Coordinate all activities relating to the spiritual aspect of the Hospice program consistent with agency policy and procedure.

Must be ordained, commissioned or credentialed according to practices of an organized religious group and has completed at least one unit of Clinical Pastorial Education or have a minimum of a bachelor's degree with emphasis in counseling or related subjects and has completed specific training relating to Hospice care.

RN CASE MANAGER

A Hospice Registered Nurse candidate must possess a current license to practice as a registered, professional nurse in the State of Missouri.  They should be able to receive direction and independntly follow taks through with minimum supervision.  Further, they should demonstrate excellent critical thinking skills, be able to communicate clearly and concisely.  A hospice RN must be able to respond to others, patients, and co-workers in a caring, calm, and supportive manner.  They should be detail oriented, able to mutli-task and remain flexible with assigments. Hospice nurses will face patients with differing needs, stages of health and risks.  Being organized and knowing how to prioritize will be helpful.  They should maintain professional integrity through out performance of all job duties, demonstrate exemplary work ethic.

Educational Responsibilities: Knoweledge of the Hospice program, rules and regulations of state and federal bodies concerning Hospice. Participate in Hospice orientation and in-service programs for professional staff. Assume responsibility for own personal continuing education and development.

HOME HEALTH AIDE

The H.H.A. will perform various duties in the care of the client under the supervision of the Registered Nurse Coordiantor and RN Case Manager.  This position will deliver basic one on one personal care and homemaker services to the cleint as directed in written instructions.

Must have completed CNA training.  Must be over 18 years old.  Must pass written compentency evaluation exam given by RN with at least two years experience in home health hospice care.

Must have current valid missouri driver's license, social security card, proof of automobile insurance and reliable transportation.

HOME HEALTH AID

The H.H.A. will perform various duties in the care of the client under the supervision of the Registered Nurse Coordiantor and RN Case Manager.  This position will deliver basic one on one personal care and homemaker services to the cleint as directed in written instructions. 

Must have completed CNA training.  Must be over 18 years old.  Must pass written compentency evaluation exam given by RN with at least two years experience in home health hospice care.

Must have current valid missouri driver's license, social security card, proof of automobile insurance and reliable transportation. 

RN CASE MANAGER

A Hospice Registered Nurse candidate must possess a current license to practice as a registered, professional nurse in the State of Missouri.  They should be able to receive direction and independntly follow taks through with minimum supervision.  Further, they should demonstrate excellent critical thinking skills, be able to communicate clearly and concisely.  A hospice RN must be able to respond to others, patients, and co-workers in a caring, calm, and supportive manner.  They should be detail oriented, able to mutli-task and remain flexible with assigments. Hospice nurses will face patients with differing needs, stages of health and risks.  Being organized and knowing how to prioritize will be helpful.  They should maintain professional integrity through out performance of all job duties, demonstrate exemplary work ethic.

Educational Responsibilities: Knoweledge of the Hospice program, rules and regulations of state and federal bodies concerning Hospice. Participate in Hospice orientation and in-service programs for professional staff. Assume responsibility for own personal continuing education and development.

Fax resume to 573-674-1224

RN CASE MANAGER-Joplin Area

A Hospice Registered Nurse candidate must possess a current license to practice as a registered, professional nurse in the State of Missouri.  They should be able to receive direction and independntly follow taks through with minimum supervision.  Further, they should demonstrate excellent critical thinking skills, be able to communicate clearly and concisely.  A hospice RN must be able to respond to others, patients, and co-workers in a caring, calm, and supportive manner.  They should be detail oriented, able to mutli-task and remain flexible with assigments.
Hospice nurses will face patients with differing needs, stages of health and risks.  Being organized and knowing how to prioritize will be helpful.  They should maintain professional integrity through out performance of all job duties, demonstrate exemplary work ethic.


Educational Responsibilities:
Knoweledge of the Hospice program, rules and regulations of state and federal bodies concerning Hospice.
Participate in Hospice orientation and in-service programs for professional staff.
Assume responsibility for own personal continuing education and development.

HOSPICE VOLUNTEERS

JOB TITLE: HOSPICE VOLUNTEER
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The foundation of a great hospice is their volunteer program. A volunteer can be an integral part in comforting and supporting a patient and their family during a difficult time.  No act is too small and every minute shared with our patients and families can contribute to a feeling of love and support.

Volunteers can contribute in the following ways:

Be a compassionate presence for the patient and their family.Using personal skills to make lap blankets, memory bears, other crafts, and even building ramps for patients.Playing music and singing for patients to help keep their thoughts positive.

Many times our patients have tasks they want to complete before they pass. The family's life is put on hold while they are trying to provide time, care and compassion for their loved one. A volunteer can be that person who aids both the patient and the family and can contribute to coordinating solutions.

Three Rivers Hospice will provide volunteers with the education and resources needed to positively influence the lives of patients and families. Volunteers can determine how many hours they wish to contribute to our patients and families.nteers

Volunteers needed in all eight Three Rivers Hospice offices.  Fax resume or call the nearest office for details.

Volunteer applicants will:

Fill out a volunteer application.
Have a background check completed.
Receive an annual health evaluation.
Complete an initial orientation training.
Attend occasional in-service trainings.