Statement of Purpose/Summary of Major Essential Functions: The Nursing House Supervisor is a registered nurse whose training and experience make him/her qualified to assume responsibility for the nursing supervision of the hospital and assume administrative responsibility of the hospital in the absence of higher levels of management staff. The Nursing House Supervisor will coordinate patient services between all areas of the hospital. In collaboration with the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) or the Administrator on Call (AOC) will adjust nursing staffing levels based on identified patient need and the written staffing plan. The Nursing House Supervisor will participate in the investigation, preparation of reports, and resolution of activities relative to the improvement of patient care and personnel performance.
Education and Experience Requirements:Graduate of an accredited School of Professional Nursing. Bachelor or Masters degree preferred.
Minimum Experience: Minimum of five (5) years of progressive acute care experience to include supervision and management of specific areas.
Licensure/Certification Requirements:A Registered Nurse licensed to practice nursing in Washington, DC. Must maintain current provider BLS certification throughout employment. ACLS certification preferred.