Southeast Health RN- CVICU- 7p in Dothan, Alabama
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Job Description Summary
The nursing unit supervisor is responsible for the coordination and supervision of patient and unit activity on a designated shift. The Supervisor provides clinical leadership on a specific shift and serves as a role model, resource, and clinical expert for personnel. The Supervisor contributes to nursing and the hospital through the support of the mission, vision, and values, as well as the performance objectives and nursing strategic plan.
Current RN license in the state of Alabama;
2 years clinical experience relative to the assigned unit;
Demonstrated clinical competence and/or certification in area of specialty (preferred);
Minimum of one year charge nurse experience;
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree (preferred);
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) certification OR completion of SANE certification within 1 year in position (required for FBC Supervisors)
Successful completion of: Basic Cardiac Life Support, Institutional Intermediate EKG Course, Advanced Life Support relative to area of specialty (e.g., Neonatal Resuscitation, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, or Advanced Cardiac Life Support);
Ability to communicate effectively with individuals of various education levels via written and verbal formats;
Computer proficiency including e-mail, intranet, and Microsoft Office products;
Completion of required clinical competencies
Serves as a role model, mentor, and coach for employees;
Provides input to the Director and/or Nurse Manager in the interviewing and hiring process of new employees;
In conjunction with the Director, Nurse Manager, and staff, completes annual evaluations for assigned personnel and ensures validation of clinical competencies for self and staff within established time constraints;
Participates in employee coaching, as well as in the disciplinary process when indicated;
Adheres to established appearance, attendance, and punctuality policy and ensures staff adherence;
Demonstrates respect for employees and values employee input and feedback;
Elicits feedback and ideas from employees in assignment distribution and patient care processes;
Demonstrates commitment and fosters teamwork to achieve unit and hospital objectives;
Communicates openly and effectively with staff and leaders;
Demonstrates a sense of responsibility and accountability for unit and hospital appearance;
Demonstrates professional behavior in interactions with physicians, staff, and hospital leaders;
Demonstrates support of education and students in the clinical and healthcare setting;
Actively participates in patient care “huddles” providing input regarding patient care needs, barriers to patient transitions of care, and other relevant issues;
Fosters and practices collegiality among nursing staff and between nursing and medical staff;
Assumes responsibility for professional growth by attending appropriate meetings, workshops, and/or educational offerings.
7:00 pm - 7:00 am
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