Woven Home Care, Inc. Nurse Care Manager (Part-Time) Kirkwood, MO · Part time

The Care Manager is the leader of the Client Care Team and that member of the team whose function is to: evaluate, train, supervise, and coordinate the various members of the team; assure continuity of care from evaluation to completion of care which includes care management and/or modifications of care throughout; serves as Client and Caregiver (“Weaver”) liaison to assure service is being provided and all needs agreed upon are met; assume responsibility for the maintenance and monitoring of visit documentation from evaluation through completion of care.


Client Care Services

  • Directs all client care services for the team and ensures that services are properly carried out per the Woven Service Plan Agreement.
  • Collaborates with the Client Care Team, family (and/or client representative), and healthcare providers to ensure the client is achieving an optimal quality of life.
  • Assures complete and accurate data and documentation are being collected on a timely basis.
  • Monitors the level of care services being provided to assure they are appropriate and responsive to client/family needs and expectations.
  • Knowledgeable of the team schedule and assures coordination of services for all assigned clients.

Caregiver Supervision and Management

  • Interviews, selects, trains, supervises, evaluates, and dismisses caregivers in conjunction with the Office Administrator.
  • Assures Weaver competence and performance levels through phone check-ins, field visits, documentation monitoring and providing team-based education on values, practices, and specific growth needs.
  • Acts as a resource and mentor for caregivers re: clinical issues, documentation, inter- and intra- team problem solving and appropriate customer service behavior.
  • Oversees caregiver scheduling and client assignments to assure client shifts are staffed appropriately.
  • Reviews and approves clocked hours and assures Weavers have documented accurate time, mileage, and additional expenses.

Quality Improvement

  • Develops and implements performance improvement procedures to respond to service issues and challenges with clients.
  • Ensures that team completes proactive and other client/family satisfaction surveys and implements Quality Improvement measures and standards.
  • Assures that problems/grievances/service failures experienced by individual clients/families are addressed with Client Care Team members and/or Woven Home Care and are resolved promptly and satisfactorily.
  • Analyzes customer service issues on team to identify causes and works with individual team members as well as entire team to improve performance.
  • Personally speaks with clients/families regarding quality of care being provided.

Professional Development

  • Attends in-services, educational seminars, and workshops.
  • Develops and achieves professional growth goals and objectives.
  • Participates as a mentor of newly hired Team Managers.


  • Reliable transportation with appropriate license and insurance coverage.
  • Knowledge of the principles and practices of the non-medical home care industry.
  • Experience in caring for the older adult population in the home setting and comfortable relating to this population and their family.
  • Ability to learn company scheduling system and utilize management reports.
  • Two years successful supervisory experience or equivalent in a health care or customer service organization.
  • Bachelor's degree preferred.
  • Current and valid R.N. License.


Woven Home Care provides compassionate, in-home, non-medical care services throughout the greater St. Louis area. Our company was founded by two experienced families deeply immersed in healthcare with over a century of combined clinical experience. At our core, we are driven by a strong culture that drives our commitment to delivering exceptional services. Our approach is rooted in clinical connectivity and evidence-based care, ensuring that we provide the highest standard of care. 


$30,000 - $32,500 per year