The House Supervisor is a registered professional nurse who participates as an active administrative member of the Nursing Management Team. The House Supervisor assumes responsibility for facilitating safe, efficient, and therapeutically effective care for patients throughout the hospital on an assigned shift. Principle responsibilities include facilitating staffing to meet the needs of patients for care, providing clinical support, promoting patient flow, communication with other agencies, and response to internal or external disasters. In addition, the House Supervisor promotes clinical initiatives, patient safety initiatives and quality improvement activities. The House Supervisor acts as a resource and assists in problem solving and conflict resolution when necessary.
The House Supervisor may also work as a registered nurse in a variety of areas in the hospital based upon knowledge, skills, and abilities. As a Registered Nurse, the House Supervisor maintains current competency with nursing skills and demonstrates knowledge regarding Standards of Care and Standards of Practice.
As a Registered Nurse, the House Supervisor utilizes the nursing process to provide safe, efficient, and therapeutically effective nursing care for patients for an assigned time. Principle responsibilities/expectations include the domains of nursing practice:
The House Supervisor demonstrates judgment, discretion, diplomacy and a working knowledge of Hospital and Medical Staff Bylaws, Rules and Regulations and Policies and Procedures.
The House Supervisor remains calm in crisis and emergency situations, and directs staff members effectively and appropriately.
The House Supervisor maintains professional and effective working relationships with all members of the Health Care Team.
**Must meet these minimum requirements to be considered for this position**