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Seniorlink/Caregiver Homes RN Clinical Practice Manager in North Indianapolis, Indiana

Are you an expereienced RN manager looking for a change of pace in a non-skilled hands-off environment with no nights, no weekends, no holidays, and no on call?

Working remote due to COVID

The RN Clinical Practice Manager (CPM) is responsible for the overall clinical operations of a branch. The RN CPM will work under the guidance of the District Manager and consults with additional clinical and compliance resources to manage clinical interdisciplinary staff to ensure the delivery of high quality services to consumers and caregivers.

  • Develops and executes plans to achieve or exceed branch clinical goals and standards.

  • Manages clinical service delivery and intervention processes, reviews client and caregiver data, identifies and evaluates trends, outcomes and options, analyzes variances and resource needs, and initiates strategic and corrective plans of action to achieve target results.

  • Oversees all clinical compliance and quality processes.

  • Effectively organizes and manages interdisciplinary clinical teams.

  • Provides leadership by building talented, diverse, collaborative teams. Follows through on commitments. Encourages and models teamwork and partnership throughout the branch.

  • Proficient in using and coaching others to use applications on mobile devices.

Qualified candidates must be compassionate, able to build strong relationships with our families, work collaboratively with others, solve problems, and be flexible and technology proficient. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent years of related experience (if a Registered Nurse). Minimum of five (5) years of case management experience and at least two (2) years of staff, program, or clinical operations management experience in healthcare and social services, including but not limited to eldercare, and/or people with disabilities and other complex medical needs. Additional state-specific qualifications may be required. In order to serve our families in their home, you must be able to travel by car within assigned geographic area; valid driver’s license and auto insurance is required.


Seniorlink is a tech-enabled health services company that builds care solutions to support family caregivers caring for loved ones at home. With nearly 20 years of care management expertise, Seniorlink blends experienced care coaches, proven protocols and an innovative app, to provide family health care solutions. The company’s commitment to and engagement of family caregivers paired with its reputation for delivering quality care, provides families with a high-touch, low cost alternative to facility-based care.

To learn more about Seniorlink, click here.

Seniorlink is an Equal Opportunity Employer*

DISCLAIMER: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job.

*Seniorlink supports families with diverse backgrounds and as an equal opportunity employer, we seek employees who reflect the diverse population we serve. Seniorlink complies with all applicable laws concerning hiring and employment practices and is firmly committed to fostering and maintaining a workplace free from discrimination. We pledge to hire, train, and promote our employees without regard to race, religion, gender, gender identity, genetic information, age, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, or any other category protected by applicable law.

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ID: 2020-3041

External Company Name: Seniorlink, Inc.