The inventory, distribution/delivery of medications is required for all Patient Care area Positions.
The Clinical Supervisor is responsible and accountable for organizing and directing all aspects of their clinical area. The Clinical Supervisor works collaboratively with their immediate Supervisor and/or appropriate Chain of Command and hospital departments in supporting operations and patient throughput. The Clinical Supervisor serves as a positive role model and sets the professional tone for their area. The Clinical Supervisor provides leadership and management in the areas of customer satisfaction, provision of safe and effective care, human resources, communication, patient advocacy, performance improvement and leadership/professional development.
Current Maryland License as a Registered Professional Nurse.
Bachelor's Degree is required or in pursuit within 6 months of accepting position; degree obtained by 2020.
ACLS (Within 6 months of hire/transfer date) as required by department director
Tele-Certified (within 6 months of hire/transfer date) as required by department director
Demonstrates organizational ability by using time and equipment effectively.
Works under pressure of time and accuracy, often in stressful situations.
Works with patients and families in crisis situations and emotional/mental alterations.
Demonstrates skill and accuracy in written and oral communication.
Frequently works with grieving, despondent, angry and mentally disturbed patients.
Takes necessary immediate action when handling personnel problems.
Receptive to new ideas and able to lead and/or participate in change
Readily assumes additional responsibility
Ability to critically evaluate problems and plan appropriate actions
Acts as mediator in conflict situations
Three years of clinical nursing experience, with 1-2 years of leadership experience preferred.
Staff RN, PCT, CNA, PCA, Unit Secretary
Clinical Nurse Manager