Rehabilitation Services Supervisor-Inpatient
Inland Northwest Health Services
 Spokane, WA

This position is open to current Inpatient PT#s and OT#s only.# It is full time 80 hours per pay period, Monday-Friday with a weekend rotation (every 4th week).# Approximately 12 hours per week will be spent performing Supervisor duties. Summary Statement # Purpose Meets all the qualification requirements and performance standards and performs all of the duties per the job description for# licensure held as an OT or PT. All employees are expected to be pleasant, respectful and courteous in all interactions with patients, families, staff, and visitors of the Institute, as well as being a positive representative of the hospital at all times. Supervises assigned staff, on boards news staff, ensures adequate staffing, performs assigned operational duties and acts as point of contact for nursing and MDs on therapy issues. # Minimum Qualifications Washington State licensure or eligible Current American Heart Association Basic Life Support (AHA-BLS) certification for the Healthcare Provider or obtain within first 30 days of employment. # Preferred Qualifications 3 years occupational, physical, or speech therapy experience 1 year supervisory experience #Job Specific Performance Responsibilities.##All functions are essential functions unless otherwise noted. Maintain primary therapist role. Perform the job duties per the job description for licensure Under direction of the manager, supervise assigned staff, providing guidance and support to ensure that staff are able to perform their work effectively and efficiently. Participate in personnel functions including hiring, disciplinary actions and terminations. Provide input to staffing specialist regarding work schedules and work assignment. Assist in orientation/mentoring of staff, including completion of competencies. Help to ensure Quality Indicator compliance. Ensure that staff completes mandatory training, education, and employee health requirements. Acts as point of contact for nursing and MD regarding therapy issues. Work closely with the manager to anticipate and adjust operating plans to meet facility goals. Be a part of task forces and projects related to performance improvement. Complete annual employee reviews, mid-year check ins, and initial appraisals. Under direct supervision of the manager, direct the activities of the department to ensure that continuous quality and cost effective services are provided. Demonstrate ability to make decisions, delegate tasks and encourage staff to achieve desired outcomes. Build effective teams by coaching and building trust. Direct staff to work directly with other team members when resolving issues. Provide support to coworkers and customers while demonstrating service excellence by building positive interpersonal relations to ensure productive and positive relationships are maximized. # Physical # Sensory Requirements, Work Environment # Conditions Ability to sit, stand, walk, bend, and squat for prolonged periods. Ability to push and pull objects up to 30 pounds, unassisted, on a frequent basis; occasionally up to 50 pounds, unassisted. Ability to lift objects up to 30 pounds, unassisted, on a frequent basis; occasionally up to 50 pounds, unassisted. Ability to carry objects up to 20 pounds, unassisted, on a frequent basis; occasionally up to 30 pounds, unassisted. Full use of gross and fine motor skills of the upper and lower extremities (i.e., treatments, writing notations, operating bed wheel locks, etc.). Ability to read charts and testing equipment. Bloodborne Pathogens- Category I

This position is open to current Inpatient PT's and OT's only. It is full time 80 hours per pay period, Monday-Friday with a weekend rotation (every 4th week). Approximately 12 hours per week will be spent performing Supervisor duties.

Summary Statement & Purpose

  • Meets all the qualification requirements and performance standards and performs all of the duties per the job description for licensure held as an OT or PT.
  • All employees are expected to be pleasant, respectful and courteous in all interactions with patients, families, staff, and visitors of the Institute, as well as being a positive representative of the hospital at all times.
  • Supervises assigned staff, on boards news staff, ensures adequate staffing, performs assigned operational duties and acts as point of contact for nursing and MDs on therapy issues.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Washington State licensure or eligible
  • Current American Heart Association Basic Life Support (AHA-BLS) certification for the Healthcare Provider or obtain within first 30 days of employment.

Preferred Qualifications

  • 3 years occupational, physical, or speech therapy experience
  • 1 year supervisory experience

Job Specific Performance Responsibilities. All functions are essential functions unless otherwise noted.

  • Maintain primary therapist role.
  • Perform the job duties per the job description for licensure
  • Under direction of the manager, supervise assigned staff, providing guidance and support to ensure that staff are able to perform their work effectively and efficiently.
  • Participate in personnel functions including hiring, disciplinary actions and terminations.
  • Provide input to staffing specialist regarding work schedules and work assignment.
  • Assist in orientation/mentoring of staff, including completion of competencies.
  • Help to ensure Quality Indicator compliance.
  • Ensure that staff completes mandatory training, education, and employee health requirements.
  • Acts as point of contact for nursing and MD regarding therapy issues.
  • Work closely with the manager to anticipate and adjust operating plans to meet facility goals.
  • Be a part of task forces and projects related to performance improvement.
  • Complete annual employee reviews, mid-year check ins, and initial appraisals.
  • Under direct supervision of the manager, direct the activities of the department to ensure that continuous quality and cost effective services are provided.
  • Demonstrate ability to make decisions, delegate tasks and encourage staff to achieve desired outcomes.
  • Build effective teams by coaching and building trust. Direct staff to work directly with other team members when resolving issues. Provide support to coworkers and customers while demonstrating service excellence by building positive interpersonal relations to ensure productive and positive relationships are maximized.

Physical & Sensory Requirements, Work Environment & Conditions

  • Ability to sit, stand, walk, bend, and squat for prolonged periods.
  • Ability to push and pull objects up to 30 pounds, unassisted, on a frequent basis; occasionally up to 50 pounds, unassisted.
  • Ability to lift objects up to 30 pounds, unassisted, on a frequent basis; occasionally up to 50 pounds, unassisted.
  • Ability to carry objects up to 20 pounds, unassisted, on a frequent basis; occasionally up to 30 pounds, unassisted.
  • Full use of gross and fine motor skills of the upper and lower extremities (i.e., treatments, writing notations, operating bed wheel locks, etc.).
  • Ability to read charts and testing equipment.
  • Bloodborne Pathogens- Category I