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Nursing Shift Supervisor

Newark, New York

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Overview

At Rochester Regional Health, we know that delivering the best care means empowering nurses throughout every stage of their career. We’ve created a unique environment that fosters professional development and personal growth for our team members including a clinical ladder, competitive pay and benefits, and support for continuing education. It’s our way of investing in those who care.

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Responsibilities

Job ID REQ_110663 FACILITY Newark-Wayne Community Hospital LOCATION Newark, New York

Position Summary:

The Nursing Shift Supervisor is a Nursing Leader who serves as a resource for problem solving, provides clinical expertise, facilitates staff mentoring and coaching, facilitates patient flow during the off shifts (typically, evenings, nights, weekends, holidays)

Status: Full Time

Department: Nursing Administration

Schedule: Evening/Night, Every other weekend/every other holiday

Key Responsibilities:

•Provides on site management of the hospital or long term care during the off shift, normally when hospital or long term care management is not on site
•Manages the delivery of patient care and manages any issues that arise
•Manages occurrences during the sift ensuring appropriate documentation
•Facilitates professional collaboration with all staff and providers
•Role Model for STARS Behaviors
•Assists staff in clinical problem solving
•Rounds on patients and families with concerns or complaints
•Rounds on admitted patients in the Emergency Department
•Mentors and coaches staff in clinical and behavioral events
•Facilitates patient flow by assisting staff in decision making
•Collaborates with staff to provide considerate care that respects patient’s personal values, beliefs, taking spiritual and cultural needs into account
•Supports patients and families participation in making informed decisions
•Reinforces Patients Rights Collaborates with staff to assess patient’s physical, psychological, and social status needs
•Reinforces policies and procedures
•Prioritizes multiple emergent situations
•Responds to codes
•Facilitates quality care through knowledge of and reinforcement with the staff, pertinent to regulatory issues
•Role models excellent communication by keeping Managers and Directors informed
•Seeks assistance appropriately from Directors of Nursing and/or Administrator on Call
•Interfaces with all departments during the off shifts and communicates with the appropriate leader in a timely collegial manner
•Functions as an inter and intra departmental liaison to enhance optimal patient care
•Maintains a safe environment for patients, visitors, staff, physicians
•Collaborates with staff to identify safety risks and takes appropriate action
•Acts as patient and staff advocate in Infection Control
•Allocates and reallocates human resources appropriately
•Maintains staffing patterns
•Ensures safe staffing with appropriate skill mix for all units for the current and on-coming shift; implements actions to address staffing needs for those shifts
•Provides guidance to unit staff in all matters related to resource availability, staffing, flexing, and floating staff
•Assigns coverage of Close Observation Technicians
Assign coverage of Shift based Corporate floats
•Demonstrates fiscal responsibility
•Maintains all mandatory educational requirements
•Attends Off Shift Director meetings regularly attends Leadership Development Institutes
•Participates in professional organizations and/or health related activities in the community

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or higher (i.e. MSN)  required OR

Actively pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in nursing to be completed within 5 years of in the role AND must have a minimum of an Associate’s degree in Nursing with 3 years of work experience.


Required Licensure/Certification Skills:
•Current New York State Registered Nurse License
•Effective 1/1/2014, BLS required for all new candidates prior to hire
•BLS required for all internal team members by 12/31/2014


Rochester Regional  Health System is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.


Rochester Regional Health System is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran

EDUCATION BS: Nursing
LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS RN - Registered Nurse - New York State Education Department (NYSED); BLS - Basic Life Support - American Heart Association (AHA)

Rochester Regional Health is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran

Helping you succeed

Discover all the ways Rochester Regional Health supports your professional development and personal growth.

Clinical Ladder

Nurses who advance on our clinical ladder receive a promotion at the bedside through growth in their skillset, a new title and monetary recognition up to $3.00/hour

Rapid Pay Increases

Receive rapid pay increases every six months during the first two years of employment, and annual increases thereafter.

Unlimited Certifications

Nurses earn up to an additional $1.00/hour for each certification earned plus a $1,000 bonus for the first certification earned, and $500 for the second certification.

Megan Murphy MSN, RN, BSN Nurse Educator

I began my healthcare career as a patient care technician while working towards my BSN. Rochester Regional Health offers a variety of opportunities for nurses, and leadership empowers us to fine-tune our interests and passions, while developing a strong clinical practice.

Megan Murphy, MSN, RN, BSN Nurse Educator
Benjamin C. Snyder RN, BSN Nurse Manager

I am very impressed with the focus and investment on education and professional development that’s being developed and implemented at RRH. Investing in staff is what distinguishes a good organization from a great one and I’m happy to see that RRH is working hard to distinguish itself as a great regional employer.

Benjamin C. Snyder, RN, BSN Nurse Manager
Kaitlin Costello Clinical Nurse Leader

Rochester Regional Health has been very supportive and inviting of any opportunities that I’ve wanted to explore. The opportunities for growth are truly unlimited. As the chair of the Clinical Ladder Committee, I’ve seen first-hand how many nurses take advantage of this and explore opportunities for their own growth and advancement.

Kaitlin Costello, RN, BSN, CEN, TCRNClinical Nurse Leader

Find Your Way

At Rochester Regional Health, empowering our nurses as they build their careers is our top priority. If you’re looking to make a change, learn more about how we can help you build a successful and fulfilling nursing career.

Based on your preferences and skill sets, you’ll have the opportunity to pursue the nursing career path that interests you most.

  • bedside nursing

  • clinical education

  • nursing leadership

  • operations

bedside nursing

Deepen your knowledge as a specialist within the expansive specialty unit that you are most passionate about, including:

  • Acute Medicine
  • Cardiology
  • Critical Care
  • Neuro/Stroke
  • Oncology
  • Pediatrics
  • Surgical
Kaitlin Costello, Clinical Nurse Leader

Kaitlin Costello, RN, BSN, CEN, TCRNClinical Nurse Leader

Clinical Education

Help others broaden their skills and proficiencies as a:

  • Preceptor
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Clinical Resource Nurse
  • Nurse Educator
Megan Murphy MSN, RN, BSN Nurse Educator

Megan Murphy, MSN, RN, BSN Nurse Educator

Nursing Leadership

Lead the way for other nurses with positions that include:

  • Charge Nurse
  • Clinical Nurse Leader
  • Nurse Manager
  • Nurse Director
  • Associate CNO
  • CNO
Kristen oppet, RN, BS, MSHA. Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer

Kristen Oppet, RN, BS, MSHA Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer

Operations

Take care of every person at every level by joining departments that require your expertise including:

  • Call Center
  • Care Management
  • Clinical Informatics
  • Infection Prevention
  • Nurse Recruitment (HR)
  • Patient Safety & Quality
  • Performance Improvement
  • Utilization Review
Chelsea E. reff - MBA, RN-BC, BSN. Nurse Compensation Manager, Rochester Regional Health.

Chelsea E. Reff, MBA, RN-BC, BSN Nurse Compensation Manager,
Rochester Regional Health

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