The Clinical Supervisor assists in planning, coordinating, implementing, and evaluating patient care. Responsible for managing and supervising nursing functions in assigned department(s).
typical roles and responsibilities for Clinical Supervisor
- Responsible for managing and supervising nursing functions in assigned department(s)
- Maintains a safe, clean working environment, including unit-based safety and infection control requirements.
- Plan, delegate and control work assignments to ensure delivery of comprehensive nursing services
- Responsible for staff timecard monitoring & approval
- Responsible for staffing and scheduling personnel considering scope of practice, competencies, patient needs and complexity of care
- Responsible for orientation of personnel assigned to department(s).
- Provide guidance and supervision of personnel, including, but not limited to, performance evaluation of personnel, providing timely feedback, and corrective actions
Requirements for Clinical Supervisor – Hospital
- Five (3-5) years acute care Charge Nurse or similar supervisor experience in assigned department(s), required.
- Current California RN Licensure, required.
- Current BLS, required; American Heart Association Healthcare Provider
- Current NIH, required for Emergency, ICU, Monitored Medical Unit and Telemetry