TITLE: NURSING SUPERVISOR
LOCATION: Fairfield, IA
Would you like to work in a facility that will allow you to have work/life balance and they don’t treat you like an employee but part of their family.
Live in a community on the Banks fo the Des Moines river and within in a hour to hour and a half of Des Moines and Iowa City.
It offers a great place to live with a lower cost of living and ha agriculture, livestock, machinery, healthcare, higher education, financial services all contributing to their economy.
It also offers a vibrant community that has something for everyone all in a town of 25,000 population.
What they are looking for:
•Associates and Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing required.
•Two to three years previous management experience is preferred with minimum of three years clinical experience in an acute care setting.
•Iowa RN License and current BCLS.
Hours and compensation potential:
•They have 2 open: 1 for 7am-7pm and 1 for 7pm-7am
•The range is between $63K-$84K
•The facility offers a full benefit package and will offer up to a 25K sign-on bonus.
What you’ll be doing:
•The Nursing/House Supervisor is responsible for overseeing the management of nursing personnel. This is accomplished through leading, coaching, facilitating, and assisting by providing counsel and direction.
The Nursing/House Supervisor is visible, accessible, and actively engaged in supporting staff on a daily basis.
•Actively participate in QA/PI projects to meet regulatory compliance. Follow facility infection control policies and procedures at all times.
•Participating actively in development and accomplishment of hospital regulatory compliance. Follow hospital and unit specific policies and procedures.
•Facilitate the scheduling process and adjust schedule to meet hospital’s needs.
•Providing fair and consistent leadership to all departments.
•Convey QI, risk and safety concerns to Director of department and quality department.
•Complete variance reports or statements of concern appropriately and in a timely manner.
•Participate in Individualized Patient Care by verifying whiteboards and other patient satisfaction criteria are being used.
•Notify staff of emergency call in situations
•Operate within the designs of established hospital procedures in emergencies including using the hospital’s emergency plan, HICs and NIMS when appropriate
•Communicate clearly and positively with co-workers. Promote TEAMWORK.
•Act as a resource to solve problems.
•Act as an ambassador for the health center by speaking positively in the presence of our patients and members of our community.
•Facility is 200+ beds. Position reports to the CNO and these are newly created positions.
•Great department where everyone works well together so looking for someone that fits in and has excellent communication skills.