Administrative Supervisor -Nursing Admin - Part Time
At Steward Health Care System, we are committed to improving the health of our communities by delivering exceptional, personalized behavioral health care with dignity, compassion and respect. Our continued focus on the patient experience informs our caregivers in how to provide care that is respectful of and responsive to individual patient and family preferences, needs and values.
We dedicate ourselves in the communities we serve to delivering affordable health care to all and being responsible partners. No matter what your role, as a member of the Steward family, you are a specialist in the making every patient and family feel right at home, every co-worker a key to our success, and every referring practice, a team of prized colleagues.
In support of this, we commit ourselves to the following values:
If you are seeking a fast-paced, challenging position in an organization committed to achieving and maintaining a standard of excellence in all we do, our organization may be a good fit for you.
Summary: Responsible for carrying out Administrative Supervisor accountabilities.
28 Hours Per Week
Shift: Day and Evening
Responsibilities: Promptly provides clinical support and serves as advisor and resource person for staff as needed. Validates that care provided to patients is consistent with nursing care plan, medical treatment and is responsive to patient and family expectations. Advises and supports nursing staff collaboratively to problem-solve clinical and administrative issues Facilitates multidisciplinary care to ensure the best possible outcome for patients. Assures effective and appropriate utilization of all available resources to assure quality, effective patient care Empowers direct care givers to provide quality, effective patient care consistent with relevant scopes of practice, rules, and regulations of governmental authorities and institutional policies Assumes accountability to resolve personnel functions as appropriate (eg., counseling, conflict management, enforcement of hospital policies), including follow up of incidents and incident reports Assumes accountability for remaining current regarding standards of care established by the profession, regulatory bodies and government, and is able to determine, translate, and implement relevant implications for specific units. Ensures that clinical nursing practice is consistent with current standards, regulations, and government standards of care Assumes overall responsibility in a disaster situation. Assumes responsibility situations that include; but not limited to: Code Blue, Code Red, mortuary surveillance, infection control, emergency surgery, pharmacy matters and disposition of patients' valuables to the safe.
Qualifications: Graduate of accredited school of nursing. Current nursing registration in Massachusetts required. BSN, demonstrated clinical competence in the specialty area of nursing practice preferred. BCLS and ACLS required.