BAYADA Home Care has an immediate opening for a Client Services Manager in our Kauai Home Care Office. If you are looking for an exciting career opportunity in a growing industry, a Client Services Manager could be the position for you. BAYADA believes that our clients and their families deserve home health care delivered with compassion, excellence, and reliability. We want you to apply your energy and skills in this dynamic, entrepreneurial environment and become an integral part of a caring, professional team that is instrumental in providing the highest quality care to our clients.

Kauai Home Care

Location: Lihue, Kauai

Job Summary:

  • Provide superior customer service and quality home care
  • Focus on managing coordination of client services and emergent scheduling issues
  • Manage your Client Services Manager caseload while proactively growing it
  • Build lasting relationships with clients, referral sources, payors and community organizations
  • Develop strong, communicative relationships with the team
  • Maintain effective fiscal management of your caseload by monitoring metrics (admissions, % Medicare, referrals rejected by reason, etc.)
  • Client Services Managers will partner with Clinical Managers to provide supervision and support to field employees 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor degree is required
  • Prior knowledge of/experience with Medicare and OASIS a plus
  • Prior medical office or home care experience preferred
  • Prior supervisory experience a plus
  • Demonstrated record of successfully taking on increased responsibility (goal achievement)
  • Ambition to grow and advance beyond current position
  • Strong computer skills required (electronic medical record)
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

BAYADA Offers:

  • Comprehensive salary
  • Medical / Dental / Prescription / Vision
  • Paid time off
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • 401k with company match

 **If you are qualified and interested in this position, please apply and contact the recruiter, Bailee Bussey, for more information. Email: bbussey@bayada.com**

BAYADA Home Care is a 501c(3) non-profit organization dedicated to serving the home health care needs of the citizens of Hawai’i. Our high-quality, compassionate, and charitable care includes behavioral health services to help children and adults with autism achieve maximum independence at home, at school, and in their communities; assistive care (personal and home support) to help with activities of daily living; adult and pediatric nursing to care for chronic and acute conditions; and habilitation services to help people with developmental and intellectual disabilities live more independently. As a non-profit organization, we have a great opportunity to help millions of people worldwide experience a better quality of life. 

BAYADA Home Care is governed by and adheres to the laws and requirements of a non-profit organization and is a separate legal entity from BAYADA Home Health Care, our founding organization. Through a management services contract, BAYADA Home Health Care provides support services only. 

While BAYADA Home Care is a separate organization, it shares the same mission, vision, values, and purpose on which BAYADA Home Health Care was founded in 1975. That means our clients come first and we are dedicated to helping them have a safe home life with comfort, independence, and dignity. The high-quality care we provide will always be delivered with compassion, excellence, and reliability; as those are our core values and the heart of The BAYADA Way.

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