San Ramon Regional Medical Center began serving residents of the San Ramon Valley and its surrounding communities in 1990. Located on a hillside overlooking the valley, we are a 123-bed, acute-care hospital, primary stroke center, and a cardiac heart surgery hospital. San Ramon Regional Medical Center provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services. Personalized service and a patient-centered philosophy are distinctive qualities of our facility.
The Supervisor, nursing Administration (commonly called the House Supervisor) is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, controlling and directing all of the Nursing Services departments on their assigned day, evening, night and weekend shifts. This professional nurse assumes administrative responsibility for all departments of the Medical Center in the absence of the CEO, COO, CNO, and Nursing Directors. Requires broad knowledge of clinical and administrative nursing standards and practices, and regulatory, licensure, and accrediting agency requirements and standards. All aspects of work performed are managed with discretion and independent judgment is required. Decision-making responsibility includes accountability for consequences and results.
BA / BS Degree or Equivalent
Minimum five (5) recent years of hospital experience preferred
Must possess and maintain throughout the duration of employment:
Current California RN License;
Current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification for Healthcare Provider issued by the American Heart Association;
Current Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certificate (ACLS) issued by the American Heart Association;
CPI Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training (within 6 months of hire/ transfer).
Employment practices will not be influenced or affected by an applicant’s or employee’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status or any other legally protected status. Tenet will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship.