Shore Acres Care Center, a 120 bed Skilled Nursing Facility in St Petersburg, FL is hiring a RNs Shift Supervisor for our 3-11 shift.
As an RN Floor Shift Supervisor you will be responsible for the following:
- Essential Duties:
- Accountability for nursing services provided. On call as scheduled or needed.
- Directly supervises the nursing staff and ensures compliance with policies and procedures.
- Directly responsible for the provision of an environment where excellent nursing care may be delivered.
- Is a vital link between doctors, residents, families, nursing staff and management.
- Update care plans as necessary according to Federal and State regulations; coordinates with IDCPT, and families for care plan meetings. Communicates with IDCPT on regular basis for positive patient outcomes and goals.
- Acts as a resource to residents, families, nursing staff and management.
- Conducts performance appraisals for staff on assigned unit.
- Follow progressive disciplinary process with staff. Is consistent and fair in disciplinary process.
- Determine and implement appropriate remedial actions and rewards when indicated.
- Speaks positively about facility and organization.
- Is a team player and assists in facilitating positive working relationship between departments.
- Understands Federal and State Long Term Care regulations and ensures that the regulations are met. Maintains nursing unit(s) in compliance with all regulations.
- Conducts monthly nursing staff meeting on the unit to provide communication and ongoing education and training of nursing staff.
- Involved in the interviewing, mentoring and training of the staff.
- Serve as designated supervising nurse in the absence of DON and ADON including obtaining emergency medications and related supplies, directing emergency response to power failures and natural disasters, and managing visitor and resident emergencies.
- Serves as resource to other departments in the absence of other administrative personnel, including informing department heads of decisions made in their absence.
- Serves as consultant to other nursing personnel in making clinical and administrative decisions including clinical situations related to deterioration, residents’ condition, injury, etc. and disciplinary action for nursing employees.
- Monitor quality of nursing care to all residents by working through/with the Unit Nurse including making frequent rounds to ensure quality care is being administered and developing plan of action. Participate in Facility Environmental Rounds as requested.
- Complete audit(s) for continuous quality improvement on an on-going basis. Address any issues and report findings in Quality Assurance Process Improvement meeting.
- Assist in staffing coordination, including evaluating current staff schedule and making necessary changes to existing and upcoming shifts.
- Provide security for resident valuables deposited with facility outside typical office hours.
- Assist in establishment, implementation, and maintenance of communication between shifts and units to facilitate positive working relationships.
- Assist in staffing facility nursing units. Is able to perform duties of floor nurse as needed.
- Perform other related duties as assigned by DON, or ADON.
- Must be a Licensed Nurse (RN) in good standing and meet all applicable federal and state licensure requirements.
- 3+ years of clinical and management experience in a comparable environment
- Must be knowledgeable of nursing and medical practices and procedures and laws, regulations and guidelines governing long-term care.
- Ability to operate autonomously and exercise independent judgment
- Excellent interpersonal and written/oral communication skills
- Strong organizational skills
- Skill in accuracy and attention to detail
- Ability to manage multiple projects, tasks and priorities to achieve desired goals
- Maintain confidentiality and integrity of position
- Quality assurance programming experience highly desirable
Work Environment & Physical Demands:
Walking, reaching, bending, lifting, grasping, pushing and pulling, fine hand coordination, ability to communicate with residents, families, personnel and support agencies, ability to distinguish smells, tastes and temperatures, ability to hear and respond to pages, ability to read and write in English, ability to understand and instruct unit personnel concerning training and education and ability to remain calm under stress.