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House Supervisor

House Supervisor
The House Supervisor possesses the experience, knowledge, ability, and willingness to act as a clinical resource person as well as providing operations, coordination, and professional leadership. Strategically manages and directs the daily operations of the Hospital on nights and weekends. Provides, prescribes, delegates, and coordinates nursing care provided throughout the hospital. Ensures safe, respectful, and efficient care in all areas of the hospital. The House Supervisor must demonstrate leadership in the clinical area and be willing and able to hold staff accountable for quality, customer relations, risk reduction, and process improvement initiatives. House Supervisor acts as the Unit Manager in the absence of Manager. Organizes patient flow, anticipates ongoing needs, and remains prepared to accept and coordinate care of all patients who present to the units assigned. Has a clear understanding of payroll and budgeting related to productivity management, skill mix, and scope of practice. Must demonstrate strong clinical skills necessary to support the staff, physicians, and other healthcare team members in the care of patients of all ages and classifications.
Qualifications:
Current CA RN License
CPR required
ACLS required
PALS preferred
Bachelor's degree in Nursing preferred
Minimum of 2 years acute care experience as a Charge Registered Nurse or relevant clinical experience.
Previous managerial experience preferred
Critical thinking skills, decisive judgment, strong communication skills, and leadership abilities.



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