Posted by Debra Levy Eldercare Associates on 03/04/2020 in Resources
Care Manager – Nurse (Part Time – 20 to 30 hours/week)

Care Manager – Nurse (Part Time – 20 to 30 hours/week)

Debra Levy Eldercare Associates
11120 New Hampshire Ave, Ste 505, Silver Spring, MD 20904, USA

Compensation
$60,000.00
Employment Type
Part-Time
Start Date
03/16/2020

DEBRA LEVY ELDERCARE ASSOCIATES is a recognized name in the community, and one of the area's longest practicing aging life care management services. We have been helping families for over 30 years. As professionals dedicated to aging life care management, we offer knowledge, experience, and compassion to help clients and their families with the challenges of aging and disability. Our mission is to enhance quality of life for older adults and those with disabilities, to help them maintain their dignity and independence, and to reduce the stress of caring for the frail or disabled relative.

We are actively seeking an RN interested in joining the rewarding and expanding field of aging life care management. We are looking for a dedicated, independent, creative and experienced nursing professional with excellent interpersonal skills and a background in aging and health care. RN degree required and CCM or CMC certification a plus. Experience in geriatrics, dementia, home health or hospice care and/or mental health strongly preferred. The aging life care manager position is flexible with a minimum of 20 hours per week up to 30 hours per week. We visit clients around the D.C. metropolitan area, primarily in Montgomery County, Northwest D.C., Frederick County, and Northern Prince George’s County. You will need to be a self-starter, able to work independently and communicate well with clients, families and other professionals. Pay commensurate with experience.

11120 New Hampshire Ave, Ste 505, Silver Spring, MD 20904, USA

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