Supv Nursing 7a-7p - 68950
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POST DATE 9/13/2020
END DATE 9/20/2020
JOB DESCRIPTIONJob Opening Summary
The Nursing Supervisor manages bed requests, maintaining primary responsibility for facilitating patient progression throughout the continuum of care and ensuring efficient and cost-effective placement of all patients into the appropriate bed. The Nursing Supervisor works directly with the medical directors, attendings, nurses and ancillary support services; maintains awareness for unit staffing and has the authority to make adjustments to inpatient bed assignments and staffing allocations 24/7 to optimize throughput; and may provide administrative oversight for patient, physician and nursing concerns and must exhibit critical leadership behaviors at all times, including effective communication, problem solving, conflict resolution and decision making.
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Age of Patients Served:
All Age Groups.
Bachelor's degree in Nursing. BSN or higher degree in nursing from an accredited school of nursing.
Master of Science Degree in Nursing or related field.
Demonstrated leadership and management ability.
Demonstrated critical thinking skills and independent decision making.
Knowledge of JCAHO / AHCA standards and the Florida Nurse Practice Act.
Effective written and verbal interpersonal communication skills.
Possesses a working knowledge of hospital policies and procedures.
Demonstrates competent conflict resolution and negotiation techniques.
-Licensed to practice nursing in the state of Florida
-BLS from the American Heart Association is required for all areas.
-ACLS from the American Heart Association is required for the ICU, Emergency Department, and Specialty areas.
-Effective January 1, 2015, all new hires or transfers must have a professional certification within two years of hire or transfer. For certifications that require a specified number of cases or hours worked within the specialty, the certification must be applied for once the case/time requirement has been met, and the certification must be obtained within one year of the requirement having been met (e.g. oncology, chemotherapy, diabetes education).
1-2 years - Management or demonstrated leadership experience
3-5 years - Medical Surgical clinical experience.
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