Fairview Health Services Administrative Nursing Supervisor - Casual in St. Paul, Minnesota
Provides leadership and problem solving around patient care decisions, personnel issues, medical staff, students, visitors, public officials and news media. Performs administrative responsibility in the absence of Administrators that need immediate attention. Collaborates with Administrative Nursing Supervisors/House Leads as needed. Communicates action taken and follow-up needed to Clinical Directors/Leads, Department Directors and Administrators.
Maintains knowledge of, and complies with, all relevant laws, regulations and policies, procedures and standards
Actively participates in creating and implementing improvements to achieve clinical, satisfaction and/or efficiency outcomes
Assumes responsibility for any administrative or management activity within the hospital that requires immediate attention
Understands and incorporates holistic nursing theory based on Watson's theory of caring aligning with the practice standards of the American Holistic Nurses' Association and the HealthEast nursing patient care model (Professional Partnership Model) in order to achieve the HealthEast nursing vision
Demonstrates commitment to the Professional Partnership Model principles in order to achieve the HealthEast nursing vision and supports activities of and/or participates in hospital committees and projects
Assumes responsibility for ancillary services that are closed on the evening, night and/or weekend shifts by providing the service of that department as directed
Participates in and provides leadership for emergency situations and provides information as needed to family and staff; evaluates any unusual and or inappropriate incidents on hospital premises related to unsafe occurrences or practices involving patients, employees, students or visitors and takes prompt, appropriate action in order to provide a safe environment and safe patient care
Evaluates staffing needs and makes appropriate adjustments to ensure necessary staffing levels; ensures compliance with regulatory requirements, patient safety requirements, established practice standards policies and procedures
Bachelor's degree from an accredited School of Nursing required
Master's degree in nursing or related field preferred
Valid Basic Life Support (BLS)
Valid RN Licensure from the MN Board of Nursing
1 to 3 years of clinical experience required
Leadership experience preferred
Building Organizational Capability. Recognizing that staff development is an essential building block for organizational success. Establishing performance goals and objectives, monitoring progress against agreed upon metrics, and providing accurate behavioral feedback in a manner that maintains self-esteem.
Change Management. Inspiring others to embrace change by displaying the proper attitude toward change while helping others to understand the need for and benefits of change. Engaging key stakeholders in the communication and planning processes to ensure buy-in. Being flexible and adaptable in the face of organizational change.
Critical Thinking. Identifying and developing efficient and effective ways of approaching problems or new organizational initiatives. Assessing situations and making decisions while considering the implications for his/her domain. Using sound judgment and fact-based analysis to develop solutions that meet organizational goals and objectives.
Emotional Intelligence. Demonstrating insight into the emotions and motivations that underlie human behavior and using those insights to build effective relationships with others. Expressing self-awareness, personal responsibility, and confidence.
Execution Focus. Developing and implementing systems designed to maximize personal, team, and organizational success. Achieving quantifiable and measureable results across a variety of tasks despite obstacles, risks, distractions, or pressure.
Transformational Leadership. Creating and maintaining high levels of energy, instilling pride, and sustaining a vision. Motivating and inspiring the organization to achieve at the highest levels. Fostering an environment where staff is motivated to take on new challenges and providing sufficient support for their efforts.
At HealthEast, our patients are our neighbors and we are dedicated to their, and our, optimal health and well-being. We are guided by our faith-based heritage, a call to healing that respects the dignity and culture of every person. We empower our patients with user-friendly access to their health information, dependable service, and affordable, high-quality care.
We put new, more efficient models of care into practice, allowing our 7,500 employees and 850 physicians to focus on what’s important: providing compassionate health care that puts the patient and their needs first. With 14 clinics, home care, a medical transportation center, and four hospitals — Bethesda Hospital, St. John’s Hospital, St. Joseph’s Hospital, and Woodwinds Health Campus — we provide excellent family health and specialization, including primary, maternity, orthopaedics and post-acute care.
Job ID 2018-11176
Contract Status ND
Shift All Shifts - Day/Evening/Night Rotations
HealthEast is an Equal Opportunity Employer. HealthEast will not discriminate in public accommodation, or employment on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, membership or activity in a local commission, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age or genetic information.