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Nurse Supervisor, Crescent City Location

position type: full-time salary range: To Be Determined Based on Experience- Salaried department: Medical county: Del Norte location: Crescent City
open date: November 17th 2018 closing date: Open Until Filled notes: In accordance with PL 93-638 American Indian Preference shall be given. All are welcome to apply. attachment: Please download this PDF

Job Description

Under the general direction of the Nurse Manager and in consultation with the Ambulatory Services Director and Medical Assistant Supervisor, assists the Nurse Manager with day to day operations of the clinical section. Provides direct day to day supervision of nursing staff. Utilizes the nursing process to provide appropriate and culturally sensitive care to United Indian Health Care clients.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Educational degrees must be from a US Department of Education accredited school. • Must have Associate of Science in Nursing Degree; prefer Bachelor of Science in Nursing. • Valid California Registered Nurse License. • Prefer to have at least three years’ experience in an acute care/outpatient clinical setting or equivalent. • Prefer to have at least two years’ experience in a supervisory position.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: • Must possess and maintain a valid California RN License. • Must have current Basic Life Support (BLS) and maintain such. • Shall possess a valid driver's license. • Must be able to be covered by agency's vehicle insurance and provide proof of valid private vehicle coverage.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: • Directly Supervises nursing staff. • Carries out medical clinic coordination and day-to day operations of medical clinic in cooperation with Medical Assistant Supervisor, Front Office and in conjunction with Nurse Manager and Ambulatory Services Director. • Responsibilities include: a) Interviewing, hiring and training of nurses. b) Assisting with planning, assigning and directing work flow c) Providing performance evaluations, rewarding and disciplining, addressing complaints and resolving problems for nursing staff.

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