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Program Supervisor- Nursing in Orlando, FL at Aspire Health Partners

Date Posted: 2/15/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Job Purpose: As Nurse Supervisor at Aspire Health Partners, your job purpose will be to provide a multitude of essential functions regarding the daily operations of the program. These functions include – but are not limited to – monitoring staff performance, program operations, program appearance and maintenance, evaluating staff compliance related to maintaining legal status for all clients with matching d/c planning, maintaining program safety, participating in ongoing management of budgetary expenditures and participating in ongoing involvement in program growth and improvement. In addition, the following may be additional essential functions of the job:

 

  • Training and Program Orientation for all new on-boarding nurses
  • Scheduling and Revising Schedule changes and coverage
    • Preceptor scheduling, training, alarm training
    • Emergency Bag, Jump Bag, AED inventory log
    • Pharmacy Inventory-review and Narcotic log auditing
    • Chart Review and Audits
    • Lab Monitoring
    • Call rotation-call off coverage
    • Medical supplies, signage and equipment review and testing
    • Peer review chart audits.
    • DEA updates
    Most importantly, all functions must be completed while maintaining high standards of ethical and professional conduct while adhering to agency policies and procedures. 

Job Requirements

Position qualifications: Ability to receive and maintain a(n)

  • Level II Background clearance
  • Acceptable Motor Vehicle Registration driver’s license record in accordance with the underwriting guidelines set by Aspire’s insurance company.
  • Associate Degree in Nursing, Bachelor preferred
  • Minimum of one year of experience in supervision

 

  • FL Nursing License

Other qualifications: Demonstrates leadership ability, accept responsibility, exercises authority and functions independently using effective written and verbal communications. Articulates knowledge of general nursing theory and practices; applies principles of administration in a clinical unit. Demonstrates knowledge of policies and procedures; have willingness for teaching; have the ability to work well with others.