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3-11 RN Unit Supervisor

Department: Nursing
Location: Jacksonville, FL

3-11 RN Unit Supervisor

Monday- Friday - Must be able to work weekends

LTC supervisor experience required

Competitive Pay! Excellent Wellness program

Condition of Employment and/or Continued Employment

It is the policy of the Company to maintain a drug-free workplace as a condition of employment and/or continued employment. All employees and job applicants must abide by the terms of this policy.

Eligibility Factors

 Registered Nurse (RN) license in good standing is required. Associate or Bachelor of Science in Nursing is desirable. Candidates are required to attain and maintain CPR certification within 90 days after hire. Experience performing the essential functions of the position is desirable. State background check standards must be maintained as a condition of continued employment in accordance with Florida Statutes Chapters 435 and 408.809 and Florida Administrative Code 59A-35.090.

Position Purpose

The purpose of this position is to oversee, provide, and coordinate nursing care in compliance with facility policies and procedures and to assess residentsí care needs and take appropriate action.

Essential Functions

  • Assess resident treatment needs
  • Assess resident skin condition
  • Administer resident treatments
  • Administer direct resident care, medications, and treatment
  • Administer CPR
  • Perform catheterization
  • Perform tube feedings
  • Perform suction
  • Change dressings/bandages, packs, colostomy, and drainage bags
  • Apply devices to prevent decubiti
  • Give enemas
  • Apply Ace bandages, TED stockings, splints, slings, and braces
  • Provide emergency care to residents
  • Initiate life-saving actions
  • Perform care for the dying/dead
  • Report residents' refusal of treatment
  • Resolve residents' refusal of treatment
  • Interpret policies and procedures
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory and professional standards/guidelines
  • Requisition and arrange for diagnostic and therapeutic services
  • Comply with federal, state, and local regulations
  • Implement treatment plans
  • Ensure residents' water pitchers are clean, filled, and available to residents
  • Utilize restraints per policy
  • Check restrained residents per policy/schedule
  • Ensure nurses' call system is within easy reach of residents
  • Lift/move resident
  • Report changes in residents' conditions to supervisor
  • Observe medications in residents' rooms and turn over to supervisor
  • Observe smoking and report violations
  • Report communicable/infectious disease
  • Inform supervisor of change in residents' condition and reflect in treatment plan
  • Monitor seriously ill residents
  • Conduct resident rounds
  • Perform comprehensive assessments of residents
  • Report changes in resident conditions
  • Observe/identify residents' problems/concerns and report to supervisor
  • Evaluate residents' physical/emotional status
  • Take, record, and evaluate vital signs
  • Assess residents' response to treatment/medication
  • Conduct Reality Orientation
  • Greet/escort/orient new resident
  • Introduce new resident to roommate/other residents/staff, as appropriate
  • Make resident comfortable
  • Treat residents fairly, with kindness, dignity, and respect
  • Maintain residents' privacy
  • Meet with residents/family members
  • Admit residents
  • Transfer residents
  • Discharge residents
  • Inform family members of residents' death
  • Conduct shift turnover briefings
  • Listen to resident/family/physician complaints and initiate corrective action
  • Interact with residents/family in a manner to enhance the reputation of the facility
  • Intervene and diffuse argument/hostile situation
  • Communicate new arrivals to staff
  • Orient new residents/family to the facility
  • Explain department policies and procedures to staff, residents, family, and visitors
  • Give/receive residents' condition report during shift turnover
  • Resolve customer complaints
  • Select and operate appropriate equipment
  • Select and utilize appropriate supplies
  • Operate/utilize bedside commodes, bedpans, urinals
  • Operate/utilize catheters
  • Operate/utilize soap and hygiene supplies
  • Operate/utilize blood pressure cuffs/sphygmomanometers
  • Operate/utilize Geri chairs
  • Operate/utilize safety restraints
  • Operate/utilize stethoscopes
  • Operate/utilize wheelchairs
  • Operate/utilize walkers
  • Operate/utilize bed
  • Operate/utilize scales
  • Operate/utilize thermometers
  • Operate/utilize wrist watches
  • Operate/utilize special eating utensils
  • Operate/utilize hypodermic needles
  • Operate/utilize intravenous/arterial infusion single port bags/containers
  • Operate/utilize nebulizers
  • Operate/utilize patient stabilization devices (crash cart, back board, etc.)
  • Operate/utilize desktop/laptop computer
  • Clean, disinfect, and store equipment
  • Store tools/equipment/supplies
  • Report defective equipment to supervisor
  • Request supplies as appropriate
  • Use equipment and supplies efficiently and in a cost-effective manner
  • Operate/utilize Glucometer
  • Operate/utilize wound vac
  • Operate/utilize IceMan
  • Operate/utilize CPM machine
  • Operate/utilize O2 Concentrator
  • Operate/utilize suction machines
  • Operate/utilize pulse oximeter
  • Operate/utilize tank regulator
  • Operate/utilize cpap/bipap machines
  • Assist in development of patient treatment plans
  • Obtain specimens for lab tests
  • Take and record vital signs (temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, etc.)
  • Wash hands
  • Check room for food articles and remove unauthorized items
  • Maintain floors safe and clear of obstructions (residents' belongings, supplies/equipment, etc.)
  • Maintain dry floors.
  • Report spills
  • Report hazardous conditions/equipment to supervisor
  • Report accidents/incidents to supervisor
  • Observe and report changes in room environment (tempature, ventilation, lighting, etc.)
  • Notify supervisor of lost/missing residents
  • Report missing/illegible labels/MSDS to supervisor
  • Implement improvements in resident care/service
  • Ensure employees and residents follow policies and procedures
  • Report residents' complaints/grievances
  • Resolve residents' complaints/grievances
  • Report occupational exposures to blood, body fluid, infectious materials, and/or hazardous chemicals
  • Follow established policies concerning exposure to blood/body fluids
  • Report residents' allegations of abuse/mistreatment
  • Ensure implementation of Residents' Rights
  • Render immediate resident assistance
  • Answer resident call lights
  • Ensure residents are ready and on time for therapy, activity, and other appointments
  • Record entries on flow sheets, notes, charts, or other documents
  • Utilize authorized abbreviations in documentation
  • Maintain accurate narcotics records
  • Report narcotic discrepancies
  • Document resident care provided
  • Complete admission/transfer/discharge documentation
  • Document direct resident care, medications, and treatment
  • Document comprehensive assessments of residents
  • Document resident progress notes
  • Maintain census report
  • Review and update residents' written discharge plan
  • Participate in shift-to-shift narcotic counts
  • Transcribe physicians orders to residents' charts, records, care plans, etc.
  • Record new/changed diet orders
  • Report noted discrepancies to supervisor
  • Perform charting duties
  • Document incidents
  • Report failure to report to work
  • Report absentee calls
  • Provide leadership to assigned employees
  • Ensure on-shift assignments are performed to meet residents' needs
  • Identify/report shift problem areas
  • Ensure trainees are properly supervised
  • Assist on-shift employees in problem resolution
  • Verify residents' identity
  • Prepare and administer medications
  • Ensure medication is administered to correct resident
  • Ensure adequate supply of medications is available
  • Order medications
  • Review medication cards for completeness and accuracy
  • Notify attending physician of impending stop orders
  • Understand and follow safety procedures
  • Report safety violations
  • Follow isolation precaution/procedures
  • Properly use and dispose of personal protective equipment
  • Follow safety procedures
  • Participate in safety program
  • Implement standard precautions and isolation procedures
  • Understand and follow procedures
  • Understand and follow instructions
  • Perform assigned tasks in accordance with policies, procedures, and work schedules
  • Cooperate with other employees to ensure nursing services meet residents' needs
  • Create and maintain warm, positive, atmosphere of resident care and interest
  • Create and maintain calm, competent, environment
  • Maintain confidentiality of residents' care information
  • Understand and apply the Employee Handbook
  • Assist new employees with policies, procedures, and work practices
  • Review Nurses' notes/documentation

Minimum Qualifications (* denotes day one requirement)

Knowledge

  • English language*
  • Biology*
  • Chemistry*
  • Arithmetic*
  • Algebra*
  • Geometry*
  • Calculus*
  • Statistics*
  • Sociology*
  • Anthropology*
  • Federal Regulations*
  • State Regulations*
  • Local Regulations
  • Policies/procedures
  • Medical principles: symptoms*
  • Medical principles: treatment alternatives*
  • Medical principles: drug properties and interactions*
  • Medical principles: preventive health care*
  • Psychology*
  • Therapy methods/procedures*
  • Counseling*
  • Public safety*
  • Security*
  • Clerical/administrative procedures/systems*
  • Computer operation/software*
  • Supervision*
  • Customer service*

Skills

  • Reading comprehension*
  • Oral communications (speaking)*
  • Written communications*
  • Critical thinking*
  • Complex problem solving*
  • Customer service (service orientation)*
  • Apply applicable regulations, policies, procedures*
  • Planning & Organizing*
  • Data entry*
  • Monitor/observe*
  • Assess*
  • Conflict resolution*
  • Supervise others*
  • Analysis*
  • Calculate (mathematics)*
  • Compile data/information*
  • Social perceptiveness*
  • Active listening*
  • Active learning*
  • Instructing*
  • Coordination*
  • Judgment/decision making*
  • Science*
  • Information gathering*
  • Time management*
  • Motivating/influencing*
  • Delegation*
  • Project management
  • Process improvement*
  • Equipment selection
  • Operate applicable equipment
  • CPR

Abilities

  • Problem sensitivity
  • Inductive reasoning
  • Oral comprehension
  • Deductive reasoning
  • Information ordering
  • Oral expression
  • Written comprehension
  • Speech clarity
  • Speech recognition
  • Written expression
  • Category Flexibility
  • Finger dexterity
  • Mathematical reasoning
  • Number facility
  • Memorization
  • Time sharing (multi-tasking)

Physical Requirements (all day one)

  • Lift 51-74 pounds
  • Carry 35-50 pounds
  • Push/pull 100+ pounds
  • Stretch
  • Bend
  • Twist
  • Stoop
  • Squat
  • Crouch
  • Kneel
  • Balance
  • Reach above shoulder level
  • Climb
  • Climb stairs
  • Walk on even surface
  • Stand
  • Sit
  • Simple grasp
  • Firm grasp
  • Fine hand manipulation
  • Near vision
  • Far vision
  • Distinguish colors
  • Hear conversation
  • Hear alarms
  • Speak

Equipment/ Supplies

  • Operate/utilize bedside commodes, bedpans, urinals
  • Operate/utilize catheters
  • Operate/utilize soap and hygiene supplies
  • Operate/utilize blood pressure cuffs/sphygmomanometers
  • Operate/utilize Geri chairs
  • Operate/utilize safety restraints
  • Operate/utilize stethoscopes
  • Operate/utilize wheelchairs
  • Operate/utilize walkers
  • Operate/utilize bed
  • Operate/utilize scales
  • Operate/utilize thermometers
  • Operate/utilize wrist watches
  • Operate/utilize special eating utensils
  • Operate/utilize hypodermic needles
  • Operate/utilize intravenous/arterial
  • infusion single port bags/containers
  • Operate/utilize nebulizers
  • Operate/utilize patient stabilization devices (crash cart, back board, etc.)
  • Operate/utilize desktop/laptop computer
  • Operate/utilize Glucometer
  • Operate/utilize wound vac
  • Operate/utilize IceMan
  • Operate/utilize CPM machine
  • Operate/utilize O2 Concentrator
  • Operate/utilize suction machines
  • Operate/utilize pulse oximeter
  • Operate/utilize tank regulator
  • Operate/utilize cpap/bipap machines

Licenses/Certifications

  • Registered Nurse*

Critical Competencies

  • Initiative
  • Professionalism
  • Follow through
  • Team orientation
  • Dependability
  • Concern for others
  • Judgment/Decision Making

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