For 35 years, Hospice Maui, a private, non-profit organization, has provided the Maui Community with home-based, quality, and compassionate care for patients and their families.
We are always looking to add professionals to our team who seek the opportunity to contribute to a positive change in people’s lives and in society. We have recently opened our state-of-the-art five-bed hospice home in Wailuku, staffed 24 hours per day. Join us in making a difference every day to patients and families coping with end-of-life illness.
We provide full-time staff with a comprehensive benefits package including medical, vision, dental and complimentary medicine insurance (chiro, massage, acupuncture), vacation, holiday, sick pay, and a 401(k) plan after one year of employment.
Whether you are responding to an open position that we have posted, or are expressing interest when we have no such postings, we are happy to hear from you.
Please send your resume, cover letter, reference and any salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org
The following positions are available at Hospice Maui at this time:
Director of Clinical Services
Hospice Maui is seeking a Clinical Director for our growing team of hospice and palliative care specialists.
In this leadership role, you will ensure quality patient care, direct, coordinate and control all aspects of the clinical functions, perform regulatory compliance, and manage staff. We are looking for someone who can build trust, is committed to the team, and holds themselves and others accountable. If patient care is your passion–we want to hear from you!
We hold sacred the work that we do: caring for the dying and their families with compassion and honesty. This is our core value. We seek a person who shares and embodies that perspective.
Our hospice program serves the uniquely culturally diverse and spiritually rich community of Maui. The right candidate for this position will hold the highest respect for the diversity of our community and of our workplace.
Minimum Qualifications for Director of Clinical Services:
BSN, Registered Nurse with a current and unencumbered license for the state of Hawaii
Proven effective managerial or supervisory experience to direct, train and develop a staff of clinicians to provide top level care to our patients
Understanding of business growth, financial management, personnel development
Strong clinical skills for mentoring, training and use in the field to ensure education of staff skills
Leadership qualities that include the ability to listen, inspire and motivate others, set expectations, empower others, lead a team to great results
Essential Functions for Director of Clinical Services:
Employ qualified personnel and ensure adequate staff education and evaluations; in collaboration with the CEO and Manager of Human Resources, determine the hiring, orientations, retention, evaluations, discipline, counseling or termination of the hospice’s team associates
Work closely with the Medical Director to ensure quality patient care and staff competency
Work closely with the CEO, the Medical Director, the Spiritual Care staff, and others to deepen staff skills in the cultivation of compassion through self-awareness.
Adhere to budget requirements regarding labor, pharmacy, DME, and medical supply costs
Review all higher level of care patients including respite, general inpatient and continuous care
Serve as liaison to and conduit between the Administrator, Case Managers, clinical staff on his/her respective team, patients, their families, and the community
This is a salary, exempt position.
Management: 2 years
After Hours On-Call Registered Nurse
We are currently looking for an experienced applicant to join our team and fill the position of After Hours On-Call Registered Nurse to do triage and visits in the home and community setting.
The successful applicant will be part of the interdisciplinary team and responsible for providing end-of-life care and hospice services, along with another RN, after regular business hours: 5 pm to 8 am (week days) and 24 hours (weekends).
This position is responsible for the provision of skilled nursing assessments, planning and provision of patient care in order to maximize the palliation of symptoms when patient needs arise after hours. This position has an alternating weekly schedule.
We are looking for self-aware applicants who possess strong clinical skills, and critical thinking ability, along with cultural sensitivity and a deep understanding of the dying process. The right candidate must have a strong sense of autonomy, great triage skills, and the ability to lead the weekend team, while effectively communicating with the physician and clinical administration.
Preference is given to individuals with hospice or home healthcare experience.
A minimum of three years of varied work experience as a professional nurse is required.
Registered Nurse Patient Care Coordinator
The Patient Care Coordinator coordinates all hospice-related care for assigned patients, including all visiting services.
The successful applicant participates in interdisciplinary team meetings, contributes to the plan of care, provides end-of-life care and hospice services, and supervises the provision of Hospice Aide services.
An essential part of this job is to facilitate the singular opportunities for finding meaning, personal growth, and reconciling actions and relationships that a person’s dying presents, both for them and for their family members.
Preference is given to individuals with home care, geriatrics, or hospice experience. A minimum of three years of varied work experience as a professional nurse is required.
An Equal Opportunity Employer. Job applicants are evaluated on the basis of merit, qualifications and competence without regard to race, sex, religion, national origin, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, or other non-job related factors.
Background check and pre-employment drug testing required.
Qualified applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume to: email@example.com
Mahalo for your interest in Hospice Maui.