Warden, WA

Nurse House Supervisor / Nights

TITLE: Night Shift Nurse House Supervisor
Are you seeking a healthcare organization that is dedicated to serving the community and embodies the motto "All of us, for each of you, every time"?
Do you desire to reside in a region surrounded by a vast freshwater lake, enjoying over 300 days of sunshine annually, with a community population of approximately 25K, while serving a facility that caters to around 77K individuals? The area offers a small airport, a university, and a plethora of amenities to cater to diverse preferences.
Located in Central Washington's Columbia Basin, this area is known as a Desert Oasis, boasting 4 seasons and more than 330 days of sunshine.
If these opportunities intrigue you, please continue reading...
Qualifications they seek:
• A Bachelor’s Degree in nursing is mandatory. Valid Washington State Registered Nurse license.
• A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years of clinical nursing experience in acute care settings. Proficiency across various acute care nursing departments.
• Advanced understanding of Case Management and Utilization Review processes, encompassing InterQual, acute-care patient status regulations, and guidelines.
• Preferred certifications in ACLS, BLS, TNCC, and PALS.
Work hours and potential compensation:
• This position offers full-time hours (36 hours) through 3-12hr shifts and rotating weekends.
• Salary ranges between $36.50hr-$68.00hr, contingent upon experience. Night shift differential of $5/hr.
• Comprehensive benefits package, including relocation assistance (up to $5K) and a sign-on bonus of up to $15K.
• Assume the role of House Supervisor at a rural healthcare facility with 50 beds.
• As the House Supervisor, gather and analyze data on patient admissions, transfers, and bed availability in specific clinical areas to enhance patient care and maximize bed utilization.
• Ensure patients are admitted to the most suitable level of care and assign beds based on admission criteria. Acts as a liaison for Physicians, Nursing Leadership, Nursing Unit staff, Care Management Staff, and other essential stakeholders to ensure smooth operations.
• During the absence of the Chief Nursing Officer, serve as the Administrator on Duty, making administrative decisions, providing guidance and supervision on operational matters across all departments of the hospital.
• Reports directly to the CNO.
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