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RN Supervisor

RN Supervisor
Position Summary: This position performs professional supervisory nursing practice and is responsible for maintaining the quality and adequacy of nursing practice; for coordinating nursing and training programs; for recognizing and assisting in solving professional, administrative and supervisory problems in an assigned area.
Essential Duties:
Coordinates the care of residents/clients on assigned shift. Communicates shifts concerns to assigned staff (via e-mails, voice mail, etc.)
Receives employee, resident and family grievances. Refers information to appropriate supervisor
Assists RNs in completing risk assessments and investigations of injury
Assists in survey compliance, quality assurance and staff development duties, as assigned
Works with the staffing schedule and nurse managers to assure that vacancies are filled in advance
Assists RNs in assessing residents who are experiencing acute changes
Provides clinical expertise in the management of medical and psychiatric emergencies
Serves and/or leads committees, as assigned, including, but not limited to, quality assurance, infection control, safety, etc.
Maintains a high degree of confidentiality at all times due to access to sensitive information
Maintains regular, predictable, consistent attendance and is flexible to meet the needs of the department
Follows all Medicare, Medicaid, and HIPAA regulations and requirements
Abides by all regulations, policies, procedures and standards
Performs other duties as assigned
Position Requirements & Competencies:
Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred; supplemented with three (3) years of clinical experience (In Delaware, five (5) years healthcare experience.)
Current RN licensure required issued by the state residing
1+ years of supervisory experience (in Delaware, at least one year of supervisory experience in home health care.)
Knowledge of health care and medical procedures, including terminology
Interpersonal/human relations skills
Attentiveness to detail

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