Maxim Healthcare Services is proud to offer rewarding clinical leadership roles for individuals seeking a career in healthcare management. Our commitment to excellence is reflected in the talented team of nurses and clinicians that we employ at our offices. As a Maxim clinical leader, you’ll be able to develop your leadership and problem-solving skills with a diverse team of driven professionals.

In this post, we’ll walk you through the two most prevalent clinical leadership positions we offer – Clinical Supervisor and Clinical Manager. Learn about the responsibilities and requirements of each role and the benefits of joining our clinical leadership team.

Clinical Supervisor

Clinical Supervisors oversee our patients from admission through discharge by providing ongoing care coordination and oversight of patient care. They are also highly involved in training and orienting new caregivers. Other key functions include ongoing evaluation of caregiver performance and connecting the appropriate caregiver with patients.

Clinical Supervisors receive ongoing professional development opportunities as well as state of the art healthcare regulatory compliance training. In addition, they are accountable to all federal, state and local contracts and Maxim requirements.

Minimum requirements

Requirements may vary by state, but in general, clinical supervisors have:

  • Active RN licenses in the state where the office and patients are located
  • A minimum of one year experience as an RN
  • Written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficiency with computers, including Microsoft Office

Clinical Manager

Clinical Managers supervise our Clinical Supervisors and are responsible for assigning patient caseload assignments.  They are responsible for the overseeing and supporting patient management -including care coordination, developing and overseeing plans of care, analyzing quality data and conducting trending and action planning. Clinical Managers are also responsible for the oversight of the office’s clinical orientation and competency programs.

Clinical Managers collaborate with business development and field support partners on business, recruiting and marketing decisions. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, analyzing healthcare trends, developing solutions for process challenges, remaining current with industry regulations and investigating caregiver and field staff concerns.

Minimum requirements

Requirements vary from state to state, but in general, clinical managers have:

  • Active licenses in their respective fields
  • A minimum of three years of experience in healthcare
  • Track record of supervisory experience and leadership skills
  • Written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience in regulatory audits
  • Proficiency with computers, including Microsoft Office


We’ve designed our benefits package to fit your lifestyle and help you live fully. Here are some of our core benefits for our clinical leaders:

Work environment


  •  Base salary + annual bonus, paid quarterly
  • Competitive pay and weekly paychecks
  • 25 paid days off per year
  • 401(k) retirement program
  • Profit sharing
  • Mileage reimbursement



  • Health Advocate membership
  • Primary caregiver leave
  • Parental leave
  • Milk Stork breast milk travel solution


Serving others is the cornerstone of Maxim’s culture. Our clinical leaders work with caregivers, nurses and office staff to connect families to the right caregiver and ensure that we provide quality patient care.

Our core values embody our culture and drive the work that we do.

  • We are servant leaders – We value servant leadership and promote a culture of putting others first.
  • We promote diversity and inclusion – We build trust with one another to create an inclusive environment that respects each individual’s diverse perspectives and experiences.
  • We serve with integrity and trust – We deliver our service with compliance and integrity as our top priorities.
  • We prioritize quality – We understand our commitment to delivering quality care differentiates and fosters excellence.
  • We have a passion for our work – We are passionate about what we do every day.
  • We invest in development – We believe in continuously developing ourselves and our teams to thrive and reach our goals.
  • We champion innovation – We embrace new methods and strategies, including developing and adopting new technologies, as it is critical to our efficiency and effectiveness in caring for patients.

These clinical leadership roles provide excellent opportunities to grow professionally and personally and reach your career goals. To learn more about this topic, read our other blog, “Making the Leap to Clinical Leadership,” to hear from Dr. Marsha Plaine, a nurse who moved up the ranks in clinical leadership at Maxim and learn about her experience and the advice she has for the next generation of clinical leaders.

Visit our careers site to see open clinical leadership positions near you. If you aren’t ready to apply but want to stay in the loop – sign up for our Talent Community for personalized job alerts and updates.