The House Supervisor position has responsibility for providing administrative expertise and leadership in the identification and resolution of patient and unit related problems, using all relevant resources to affect resolutions. During 8 hour shifts on Monday through Friday, and 12 hour shift on holidays or weekends as needed, the House Supervisor has the delegated responsibility to represent Administration on site and will communicate directly with the Administrator On-Call as needed for definitive resolution procedures. This position is responsible for the coordination of nursing units’ staffing in collaboration with the individual unit clinical coordinators, ACLS transports (to/from ED and to/from tests), and facilitate discharges. Additional responsibilities include assisting in case management, assuring core measure compliance, participation in patient satisfaction, monitoring and compliance assurances pertaining to safety, wage/hour, employment discrimination, accreditation, licensure, certification, reimbursement or other necessary regulatory approvals within the scope of the specific assigned position for both nursing staff employees and contracted nursing staff members. This position is also responsible for assisting in the selection, development and on going evaluation of staffing office personnel in their work setting.
Graduate of a Registered Nurse School of Nursing; BSN preferred.
Minimum two years recent acute care RN management/administrative experience.
Current CA Registered Nurse license.
Current BLS-HCP & ACLS-HCP.
Management of Assaultive Behavior within the initial 3 month period of employment.