Night Shift Nursing Supervisor

Location: Warden, WA

TITLE: Nurse House Supervisor / Nights

LOCATION: Warden, WA

Are you interested in working for a healthcare organization that is dedicated to serving the community and upholds the motto "All of us, for each of you, every time."
Would you like to reside in a serene area surrounded by a vast freshwater lake that enjoys over 300 days of sunshine? The community has a population of approximately 25K, while the facility caters to around 77K individuals. There is a convenient small airport, a University, and a delightful location that offers something for everyone.
It is widely recognized as a Desert Oasis in the heart of the Columbia Basin in Central Washington, boasting four seasons and over 330 days of sunshine annually.
If this appeals to you as a refreshing change, please continue reading...

Requirements:

• Possess a Bachelor's degree in nursing and hold a valid Washington State Registered Nurse license.
• Have three to five years of acute care clinical nursing experience, with a diverse range of exposure to various acute care nursing departments.
• Demonstrate advanced knowledge of Case Management and Utilization Review processes, including but not limited to, InterQual and acute-care patient status regulations and guidelines.
• Hold certifications in ACLS, BLS, TNCC, and PALS (preferred).

Hours and Compensation:

• This is a full-time position (36 hours) on night shifts, with rotating weekends.
• Compensation ranges from $36.50 to $68.00 per hour, depending on experience, with an additional $5 per hour shift differential.
• Alongside competitive pay, a comprehensive benefits package is offered, including relocation assistance (up to $5K) and a sign-on bonus of up to $15K.

Responsibilities:

• Serve as the House Supervisor in a rural healthcare facility with 50 beds.
• Collect and analyze data on patient admissions, transfers, and bed availability in specified clinical areas to improve patient care and optimize bed utilization.
• Ensure that patients are admitted to the most appropriate level of care and assigned to an available bed, utilizing admission criteria. Act as a liaison between Physicians, Nursing Leadership, Nursing Unit staff, Care Management Staff, and other essential stakeholders to ensure efficient operations.
• Assume the role of Administrator on Duty in the absence of the Chief Nursing Officer, making administrative decisions, providing direction and supervision for operational issues across all hospital departments.
• Report directly to the Chief Nursing Officer.
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