State of Nebraska Nurse Supervisor in Scottsbluff, Nebraska
PERM FULL TIME
Nebraska Department of Veterans' Affairs
1 Day and 2 Night shift positions available to work 12 hour shifts under supervision and within the scope of RN licensure, supervising nursing and direct care staff in the delivery of nursing services for Skilled Nursing Unit. Incumbents provide nursing care and administer nursing services through one of the following management situations: supervision of a autonomous patient care area; supervision of a specific clinical program; or in charge of all nursing services within the Facility; performs related work as required. Responsible to provide supervision to subordinate staff on a day to day basis and assigns duties, reviews work and evaluates subordinate performance.
$24.265/Hr Additional Salary with verified experience
Location: Western Nebraska Veterans Home
This position is federally funded and may be governed by the Federal Hatch Act. Click here to review the Act.
Examples of Work
Directly supervises RN's, and/or LPN's of assigned program and supervise direct care personnel. Administers nursing service activities of specific program; completes performance evaluations on subordinate nursing service employees; schedules nursing service staff for assigned shifts and work area. May fill in for the Nursing Director/Associate or Nursing Director in their absence. Trains subordinates in the nursing care of geriatric, patients of the facility. May provide required nursing in-service training programs. Consults with psychiatrists, physicians, psychologists, and other clinical staff in coordinating individual patient care treatment plans. Resolves conflicts between patients and employees as well as difficult personnel related problems. Assures high standards of sanitation and infection control in accordance with accreditation standards Interviews and hires nursing service employees for designated shift or program. Assures that adequate standards of medical record keeping are maintained. Completes various nursing service reports. Performs nursing tasks in emergencies. May attend department head or treatment team meetings.
Qualifications / Requirements
REQUIREMENTS: A current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in Nebraska or authority based on the Nurse Licensure Compact to practice as a registered nurse in Nebraska AND experience assigning, reviewing, leading, or supervising the work of others.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of: registered nursing theory and practice; accepted standards of care; policies and procedures governing nursing care; sanitation and infection control standards; planning, providing and evaluating quality nursing care; Nebraska regulations pertaining to nursing practice, including scope of practice parameters; psychology or another behavioral science; supervision or management techniques, principles, or practices. Skill in: coordinating and providing nursing care; directing nursing service shift or program activities. Ability to: supervise a shift or program for nursing care; oversee the maintenance of medical records; write administrative reports as required; communicate effectively orally and in writing; proficiency in the use of a computer.