RN Nursing Supervisor I
Job Type: Full-Time
Kelsey-Seybold Clinic. Changing the way health cares.
Kelsey-Seybold Clinic is Houston’s premier multispecialty group practice, founded in 1949 by Dr. Mavis Kelsey. With more than 21 clinic locations and more than 400 physicians, Kelsey-Seybold provides medical care in 55 medical specialties and is home to a nationally accredited Breast Diagnostic Center, Endoscopy Center, Infusion Center and Cancer Center. Our mission is to provide our team members with exceptional opportunities for professional and personal growth.
The Nurse Supervisor is accountable for planning and oversight of department staff activities related to patient care, ensuring customer satisfaction and adherence to fiscal budget, policies, procedures, standards and regulations. He or she works collaboratively with others at all levels of the organization to create an environment of excellence, trust, and continual learning. Must be informed and maintain generalist nursing skill proficiency/competency in all aspects of clinical nurse responsibilities in an ambulatory care setting
Scope of responsibility will include single or multiple departments and /or 4 - 10 providers
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
(A = basics; B = preferred)
RN from accredited nursing program. Bachelor’s degree in nursing or four years supervisory/management experience (4 years).
Masters degree in nursing or related field
4 years clinical RN experience with at least 2 years progressive supervisor/management experience
Active, current Texas license
Nurse Certification in work related field (within 1 year)
ACLS (within 3 months), BLS (AHA Healthcare Provider), PALS if supervise pediatric department (within 6 months) Personnel Management, Clinical Management
Proficient keyboarding, Basic computer skills
PALS, CPR Instructor, refined public relations, verbal and writing expertise
Able to use equipment and related supplies for a selected patient population. Able to use mechanical devices, such as those used in cardiopulmonary resuscitation, oxygen administration, and intravenous therapy.
Experience with EPIC system