RN, Supervisor, Cath Lab *Eligible for $5,000 Sign On Bonus
MemorialCare Health System
Location: Fountain Valley, California
Internal Number: ORA002905
This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the mission of Orange Coast Medical Center. It is expected that the employee demonstrate behavior consistent with our core values: Integrity, Accountability, Best Practices, Compassion and Synergy. The employee shall support Orange Coast Medical Center’s strategic plan and participate in and advocate performance improvement/patient safety activities.
The clinical supervisor is the front-line supervisor responsible for coordinating operations of the Invasive Cardiology, Interventional Radiology and Cardiac Recovery Units during their assigned shift. S/he is able to coordinate care not only for individual patients, but also, to lead the care delivery of multiple patients in the nursing care area in accordance with the policies and procedures, standards and standard work that guide the processes of the assigned department.
Responsibilities include coordinating, directing and monitoring unit operations with a focus on patient flow, staff scheduling, department budget, and unit supplies for the assigned shift. As a front-line nurse leader, s/he is accountable for participation in the evaluation process, and participation in the development and retention of department staff (licensed and unlicensed). Responsibilities include the assessment, planning, implementing and evaluation of processes of the department to ensure consistent high quality, cost effective, patient-centered care.
The success of the department is inherent in the incumbent’s ability to demonstrate positive, professional communication with patients, families, physician’s departmental and interdepartmental staff to optimize workflow and to facilitate problem identification and resolution. The Clinical Supervisor collaborates with other professional disciplines/unit leaders to ensure the safe and effective delivery of patient-centered care and the achievement of desired patient safety outcomes.