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Crisp Regional Health Services
Cordele

Job Description

Under the leadership of the Vice President/CNO, the House Supervisor is an active member of the department that supervises and directs the delivery of care to patients. The House Supervisor leads and directs staff with responsibility for the functioning of assigned nursing care areas during assigned shifts. The House Supervisor schedules staff and makes patient assignments. This position promotes and maintains quality services through effective management of activities throughout CRHS during assigned shifts. The House Supervisor assumes responsibility for administrative decisions and notifies the administrator on call and the Vice President/CNO of actions taken.

Basic Qualifications:
Education:
Requires an Associates degree in Nursing from an accredited school of Nursing. A Bachelors degree in Nursing is preferred.
Experience:
Requires three to five years of work-related experience or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Licensure, Registrations & Certifications:
Requires a current state license as a Registered Nurse and is listed in good standing with the states Department of Professional Credentialing.
Requires current certifications in Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Conscious Sedation. (If BLS verification is not current upon hire, it must be obtained within three (3) months of hire.)

Essential Job Responsibilities:
Leads and manages staff with responsibility for the functioning of assigned nursing care areas during assigned shifts.
Oversee the deployment and utilization of staff during shift using the established staffing grid.
Assumes responsibility for administrative decisions and notifies the administrator on call and the Vice President/CNO of actions taken.
Provides leadership in the delivery of quality nursing services and support.
Ensures that departmental quality, satisfaction and regulatory compliance standards are consistently either met or exceeded.
Works to continually improve the quality and timeliness of the provided care and services.
Prepares, implements and manages all nursing and CRHS-related policies and procedures and ensures their compliance with all federal and state laws and regulations.
Serves on CRHS and Nursing committees and taskforces concerning patient care, safety, security, quality, performance improvement and staff-related issues.
Works closely with the Vice President/CNO and the Administrative Team to recommend and maintain an organizational structure and staffing levels to accomplish nursing operational goals and objectives.
Ensures the continuous survey readiness of any and all regulatory agencies including Joint Commission, EEOC and other governmental agencies.
Performs other duties as assigned.

Standards of Performance:
Meets or exceeds goals and expectations assigned and as measured through the Leader Evaluation Tool (LET).
Reports regularly to the Vice President/CNO on department-related activities.
Oversee the deployment and utilization of staff during shift using the established staffing grid.
Assumes responsiblility for administrative decisions and notifies the administrator on call and the Vice President/CNO of actions taken.
Serves as an active participant and member of all committees, task forces and special assignments as measured by the ability to arrive to meetings prepared and on time, and provide guidance to key leaders of the organization in this capacity.
Negotiates conflict and maintains constructive working relationships with people at all levels of the organization.
Demonstrates positive interpersonal skills in communicating with staff, patients and visitors and others in the community so that the organization is positively perceived.
Recommends, implements, directs, coordinates and supervises service-oriented and cost effective policies and procedures in all areas of authority.
Demonstrates on-going performance improvements aimed at operational efficiencies, process improvements and financial outcomes.
Maintains up-to-date knowledge of procedures and interpretations of all human resources, federal, state and JCAHO laws and regulations.
Ensures that all safety and infection control policies and practices in the delivery of direct patient care are observed as measured by feedback and observation from nursing, medical and management staff.
Demonstrates reliability as measured by compliance with the CRHS Time and Attendance policy.
Demonstrates professional conduct and adherence to all safety, confidentiality, and HIPAA standards.
Promotes teamwork with the entire staff, as well as other contacts within the department, as measured by observations of manager and co-workers.

Employment Type

Full Time

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