Night Shift Nursing House Supervisor
Location: Warden, WA
TITLE: Night Shift Nursing House Supervisor
LOCATION: Warden, WA
Would you like to reside in a charming area surrounded by a vast freshwater lake, offering more than 300 days of sunshine? We have a rewarding opportunity at a healthcare organization that prioritizes the well-being of the community.
Our motto is "All of us, for each of you, every time."
The community consists of approximately 25,000 residents, and our facility serves around 77,000 individuals. Warden, WA features a small airport, a renowned university, and a welcoming community that caters to diverse interests.
Warden, WA is famously known as a Desert Oasis in the heart of the Columbia Basin in Central Washington, boasting four distinct seasons and over 330 sunny days annually.
If this sounds like an exciting change for you, please keep reading...
What we are seeking:
• A Bachelor's Degree in nursing is required. Current registration as a Nurse in the state of Washington is mandatory.
• Ideally, you possess three to five years of acute care clinical nursing experience across various departments.
• Advanced knowledge of Case Management and Utilization Review processes is crucial, including familiarity with InterQual and acute-care patient status regulations and guidelines.
• Certifications in ACLS, BLS, TNCC, and PALS are preferred.
Hours and Compensation Details:
• This is a full-time position, comprising three 12-hour night shifts per week, with rotating weekends.
• The salary range is $36.50 per hour to $68.00 per hour, contingent upon experience. A $5 per hour shift differential is included.
• We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including relocation assistance of up to $5,000 and a sign-on bonus of up to $15,000.
• Serving as the House Supervisor for a 50-bed rural healthcare facility.
• Collecting and analyzing data on patient admissions, transfers, and bed availability in specified clinical areas to enhance patient care and optimize bed utilization.
• Ensuring that patients are assigned to the most appropriate level of care and bed availability, based on admission criteria. Acting as a liaison for Physicians, Nursing Leadership, Nursing Unit staff, Care Management Staff, and other stakeholders to ensure smooth operations.
• In the absence of the Chief Nursing Officer, assuming the role of Administrator on Duty to make administrative decisions, provide guidance, and supervise operational matters across all hospital departments.
• This position reports to the Chief Nursing Officer.