Hospice Maui is a non-profit organization serving Maui for over 35 years.  We are honored to have earned this community’s trust as the respected hospice leader on Maui.

We provide regular part-time and 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.

Hospice Maui is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please see below for any current position openings and to apply, send your resume, cover letter, references and any salary requirements to employment.hospicemaui@gmail.com

Or mail to:

Hospice Maui, Inc.

Attn: Human Resources Department
400 Mahalani Street
Wailuku, HI 96793

Background check and pre-employment drug testing are required.

AVAILABLE POSITIONS

Medical Director

Hospice Maui is seeking a physician who is board-certified in hospice and palliative medicine or willing to get Hospice Medical Director Certification through in-house training.

Hospice Maui is a community-based non-profit “legacy" hospice organization serving the island of Maui (population ~ 160,000) for over 35 years, and one of ten hospices in the state.  Our census ranges in the 80’s and includes patients in our Hospice Maui Hale (a state-of-the-art five-bed inpatient facility), in residential homes, and in nursing facilities (ca. 20 patients).  Our patient satisfaction numbers are consistently the highest in the state.

We are looking for a sincere, strongly team-oriented physician whose clinical competency is matched with deep compassion, cultural sensitivity, and excellent communication skills.  Hospice Maui views the care of those patients we serve as a "sacred trust", and as such requires each team member, and the physician leader of that team, to take this level of seriousness to heart every day.  

The job duties fully encompass what the COP’s require.  In addition, our physician currently provides physician support to the hospital’s palliative care team, participates with our Outreach Team’s events and activities, and is an integral member of Hospice Maui’s Leadership Team.  A Hawaii license and privileges at our local hospital will be required.

If you would like more information, including a more detailed job description, we invite you to submit a letter of interest and resume to thodges@hospicemaui.org.

Hospice RN – Full-time

Providing Hospice Care is a unique, life enriching experience.  Utilizing Hospice and Palliative care principles, Hospice RNs provide skilled assessments, planning and care to patients in their homes and a 5-bed hale (in-patient facility). Hospice Maui is seeking an experienced RN to join our exceptional interdisciplinary care team.

 Job Summary:

  • Provides skilled nursing to Hospice patients utilizing nursing assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation. 

  • Develops a plan of care for the hospice patient and their caregivers in collaboration with the physician and interdisciplinary team. 

  • Perform physical assessments, symptom management, patient and family education, ordering of DME and medication as needed and mentoring patient/family/CG through the dying process as well as any other needs as necessary.

  • Coordinates all hospice-related care for assigned patients, including all visiting services.

  • Provides hospice nursing care and services, including periods of on-call as assigned.

  • Utilizes principles of palliative and hospice philosophy to provide holistic care.  Provides direct supervision of Certified Nurse Assistants (CNA's).

  • Participates in inter-disciplinary group meetings and contributing to the plan of care.

  • Provides mentoring of new staff as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. BSN preferred.

  • Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in Hawaii and CPR certification.

  • Two years of experience as an RN required to include hospice, home health, medical, surgical or critical care.

  • Experience with pain and symptom management to include infusion pumps.

  • Licensed driver with a clean driving record and an automobile that is in good working order and insured in accordance with state/or organization requirements.

  • Possess excellent observation, critical thinking, time management and communication skills along with cultural sensitivity and a deep understanding of the dying process.

  • Candidates must be able to both effectively collaborate with the interdisciplinary team and work independently without supervision.

  • Technical skills with electronic medical records systems, smart phones and iPads for documentation and communication.

  • Prolonged or considerable walking or standing.  Able to lift, position and transfer patients.  Considerable reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling or crouching.  Visual acuity and hearing to perform required nursing skills.

  • Availability to work up 12 hour shifts and occasional on-call.

Assignments could include the following:

 Patient Care Coordinator (PCC)

  • Coordinates all hospice-related care for assigned patients in the home setting.

Admission/flex RN     

  • Perform Hospital rounds and present information regarding hospice services to patients and families (Home, Hospital and Facilities).

  • Coordinates smooth transition from hospital to home, facility or Hale (IPU).

  • Performs admissions including all documentation/paperwork, and communicates necessary information to all appropriate people/agencies on the team. (Medical Director, Pharmacy, IDG team etc.). 

Inpatient unit

  • Responsible for the coordination of care for multiple patients in an inpatient setting and coordinating care with the interdisciplinary team.

Note: The above information is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the person in the job. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and skills required. Management has the right to add to, revise, or delete information in this description.

Successful candidates will be required to pass a post-offer/pre-employment drug screen and background check.

For more information, interested candidates may call the Hospice Maui office at 808-244-5555 and ask to speak with a nursing manager. 

RN – On Call

Providing Hospice Care is a unique, life enriching experience.  Utilizing Hospice and Palliative care principles, Hospice RNs provide skilled assessments, planning and care to patients in their homes.

Hospice Maui is seeking experienced RN to join our exceptional interdisciplinary care team.  Current opening:

  • On-call, evening and weekend rotation

  • Part time salary position

  • Eligible for pro-rated benefits (vacation, holidays and sick leave)

  • 100% company paid healthcare insurance (medical, vision, drug, dental, chiropractic, acupuncture and massage)

  • 401(k) retirement plan

Successful applicants will have strong clinical skills, critical thinking ability, excellent communication skills along with cultural sensitivity and a deep understanding of the dying process. Candidates must be able to both collaborate with the interdisciplinary team and work independently.

For more information, interested candidates may call the Hospice Maui office at 808-244-5555 and ask to speak with a nursing manager.  To apply, submit a professional letter of interest and resume to employment.hospicemaui@gmail.com.