Work Schedule: Nights with Rotation to Days Weekend and Holiday Rotation
Bargaining Unit: ACE Associates
Exempt from Overtime: Exempt: Yes
Hours: 7a-7p, 3-11, 7p-7a
Shift: Shift 3:
The Nursing Supervisor's duties include provision of managerial and clinical links between the Nurse Manager and department direction in their absence. The Nursing Supervisor is responsible for the coordination and direction of administrative, patient care, and all non-clinical activities on an assigned shift. The Nursing Supervisor supervises and coordinates the activities of hospital personnel and engages in a variety of procedures through the interpretation of hospital policy and produces for staff personnel: participates in the investigation and preparation of reports relative to the improvement of patient care, safety, educational development and personal performance.
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing
Current New York State Professional Nurse Registration
Bachelor Degree in nursing preferred.
BLS certification validation required
ACLS certification validation required
Two (2) years of acute care experience
Charge Nurse, managerial or supervisory experience preferred
KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY:
Ability to develop rapport with multiple health care disciplines and providers across the continuum of care.
Ability to relate well with physicians to maximize quality of care for patients.
Excellent interpersonal communication and networking skills.
Excellent critical thinking, discernment, and clinical assessment skills.
Ability to work in a high stress environment.
Ability to manage conflict.
Interpersonal skills necessary to work productively with all levels of unit personnel.
Possesses active listening skills
Excellent communication skills and ability to:
Utilize technology to enhance communication and collect and report transfer center data
Obtain necessary information effectively
Provide clear direction
Provide positive communication during stress
Critical thinking and the ability to:
Evaluate patient needs, physician request, and placement decisions to ensure that the most effective patient flow and capacity for admissions is maintained
Utilize professional judgement and autonomy in decision making, seeking assistance from management as needed