RN Nursing Supervisor
Benefits for FT employees include:
- Health and Hospitalization Insurance
- Prescription Drug Coverage
- Dental/Vision Insurance
- Short/Long Term Disability
- Life Insurance
- 403(b) Retirement Plan
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Generous Paid Time Off Program
The role of the RN Nursing Supervisor is to provide clinical
and administrative nursing leadership to assure quality resident care is
achieved and that federal, state, Joint Commission and local regulations are
met. The Nursing Supervisor will also provide guidance to nursing staff as
necessary to assure unit activities are carried out as ordered and necessary to
assure quality resident centered care.
The Nursing Supervisor is a position may require flexible work
hours as necessary to provide support and continuity of quality resident
§ A minimum of three (2) years of experience in a
long-term care and/or equivalent nursing clinical and leadership experience.
of federal, state, Joint Commission and local skilled nursing facility regulations
Pennsylvania licensure as a Registered Nurse.
§ Must be able to read, write, comprehend and
computer skills required
§ Ability to
organize, prioritize and provide direction in the care of residents.
in nursing care of the geriatric resident and the geriatric resident with
effective leadership skills inclusive of: teaching, training, mentoring,
coaching, counseling and conflict management.
the confidence and the initiative to respond to emergent situations.
§ Ability to prioritize, organize and address
demanding needs as they arise.
in performance reviews
of HR laws
§ Demonstrated ability to promote harmony,
unity of purpose and teamwork
in Basic Life Support.
§ Must be able to see adequately to perform
visual and qualitative physical and behavioral assessments of Geriatric
residents and geriatric residents with dementia.
§ Must be able to communicate with persons who
may be visually and / or hearing impaired.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND
nursing staff of pertinent information regarding new admissions.
that room is ready for new admission.
3. Greet new
admissions and facilitate escort to room as necessary.
prompt assessment and planning for safety issues.
competent computer skills as relates to use of admission library, med orders,
and the follow-up verification of correct
order entry.Administrative and Clinical
1. Make rounds or delegate, when necessary, to
observe and evaluate each resident’s physical and emotional status
2. Gather all necessary clinical assessment
information prior to calling physicians about medical issues.
Notify attending physician and responsible party of change in
resident’s condition in a timely manner.
4. Encourage physicians to record and sign
progress notes, physician orders, and other documentation in a timely manner in
accordance with facility policies and current regulations.
5. Report any problems with physician response
or clinical issues to the AVP of Nursing.
6. Act in place of the AVP of Nursing in his/her
Report problem areas to AVP of Nursing and assist in
developing and implementing corrective action
Meet with residents and family members as necessary and report
significant concerns to AVP of Nursing.
Consistently demonstrates effective management skills in
coordination and direction of resident care in alignment with the Mission and
Core Values of Fellowship Manor.
10. Keep desk
area organized and free from clutter and personnel congestion.
ability to work in harmony with all departments within the facility to assure
smooth operation and consistent care of all residents.
participates in Continuous Performance Improvement.
assigned personnel; perform evaluations, counseling, and education as directed
by AVP of Nursing.
that appropriate number of licensed nursing personnel and CNA’s are on duty to
comply with regulatory requirements and to maintain facility’s standard of
that Team Leaders exercise the authority, responsibility, and accountability
required to perform nursing duties, monitor and exercise delegated
16. Assist in
orientation and education of personnel as necessary and/or directed by the AVP
of Nursing and/or the Vice-president of Nursing Services.
and distribute communication forms according to facility policies and
nursing care to ensure that all residents are treated fairly and with kindness,
dignity and respect.
19. Inform AVP
of Nursing of resident’s status through oral and written reports.
24-hour nursing report and census sheet.
nursing staff work assignments for shift.
direct nursing care as necessary.
transfer, and discharge residents as necessary.
appropriate departments of change in level of care, admit, d/c, transfer and
with resident, responsible party, and physician in planning resident’s care,
treatment, rehabilitation, discharge, etc. as necessary
26. Assist the
Team Leader in closely monitoring seriously ill residents.
27. Start IVs,
obtain sputum, urine, and other specimens for lab tests as ordered.
TPR’s, blood pressures, etc. as necessary in order to perform proper
assessments of condition.
nursing notes to ensure that they are accurate and complete in their
documentation of resident’s condition, care provided, response to care and that
care given is in accordance with resident’s wishes.
complete documentation of incidents and notification of family and
physician/family of resident incident/accident.
family members of death of a resident as requested by physician.
funeral home of death when requested by family
and schedule diagnostic and therapeutic procedures as ordered by the
35. Assist in
arranging transportation services for residents as necessary.
and ensure that RNs and LPNs on your shift comply with written procedures for
the administration, storage, and control of medication and supplies.
medication schedules and treatment schedules to ensure that medications are
being administered as ordered and treatments are provided as scheduled.
medication passes and treatment schedules to ensure that medications are being
administered as ordered and treatments are provided as scheduled.
the use of restraints when necessary in accordance with facility’s policies and
physical environment where nursing services are performed to ensure that they
are maintained in a sanitary and safe manner.
personnel to ensure compliance with facility safety policies and procedures.
and ensure that infection control procedures and aseptic techniques are
utilized by all personnel.
that all personnel wear or use safety equipment and supplies (gait belts,
mechanical lifts, etc.). When lifting or
moving residents and discipline accordingly when facility policies are
personnel to ensure compliance with facility safety policies and procedures
45. Make shift
rounds to ensure that all nursing personnel are performing individual work
assignments in accordance with accepted nursing standards in accordance with
that all nursing care is provided in privacy and that nursing service personnel
knock before entering the resident’s room.
that all nursing personnel are knowledgeable of the resident’s rights and
responsibilities including the right to refuse treatment.Care Plan and Assessment Functions
in the development of written preliminary and comprehensive nursing
assessment of each resident as necessary.
in the development of a written care plan for each resident that identifies the
care needs of the resident, indicates the care to be given, goals to be
accomplished, and professional service responsible for each element of care.
resident’s care plan for appropriate problems, goals, approaches, and revisions
based on nursing needs.
51. Assist and
participate in the development of MDS as assigned.
resident educational needs assessments, provides education and documents
resident response to education.
All Fellowship Community employees must be fully vaccinated
against influenza and COVID 19. Fellowship Community may provide an
exemption to any eligible employee with a qualifying medical condition that
contraindicates receipt of the vaccine or on the basis of a sincerely
held religious belief and practice.
Fellowship Community is an EEO employer - M/F/Vets/Disabled