Serving as the key leader of the team, the Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for providing direct patient care and supervising the nursing operations of a unit. In the absence of the Manager or Director may assume 24 hour nursing responsibility.
Works with a unit specific patient population. Responsibilities include the coordination and maintenance of operational issues related to staffing, finance (including budget), physician relations, patient satisfaction, quality and regulatory compliance.
1.Graduate from an accredited school of nursing with one (1) year of nursing experience in Oncology OR Critical Care.
2.Associates Degree with three (3) years' clinical experience OR Bachelor's in Nursing with Two (2) years' clinical experience.
3.Demonstrated ability to set priorities and make appropriate clinical and supervisory decisions. Must possess good problem solving skills.
4.Demonstrated leadership capabilities.
5.Certified in cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
6.Other certifications such as ACLS, PALS, NRP may be required based on department needs.