| Consisting of either comprehensive unit or department supervision in the provision of clinical services, and dependent and interdependent managerial tasks under the direction of the Director and/or ACNO of a Division. Duties are divided between the clinically oriented functions and the management tasks. Actively engage and partner with stakeholders to support shared leadership and to resolve issues and meet the professional needs of those employees of unit or department. Responsible for the daily core operations of their unit or department. Clinical Supervisors may work cooperatively with unit/department Charge Nurses to ensure work-life balance considerations for both classifications occur. Performs targeted management tasks under the supervision of a Director and have the authority to make management decisions in dependent and interdependent fashion only. |
Knowledge of: Nursing process; clinical and hospital policies and procedures; care delivery workflows and processes; resource management and productivity monitoring and control, scheduling management and time-keeping; quality and regulatory standards and techniques necessary for real time continuous quality improvement and the meeting of regulatory and compliance standards; Nevada Nurse Practice Act and Nevada statutes specific to healthcare; labor relations and the content and procedures defined by collective bargaining agreement; principles and practices of personnel management, including planning and organizing work, delegating authority, motivating subordinates, appraising performance and administering discipline; clinical event investigation documentation, and mitigation; point-of-care expense management; conflict resolution; servant style and engagement in Shared Leadership; teamwork concepts; Time management, priority setting.
Skill in: Leading, managing, delegating, and communicating; planning, executing, and monitoring clinical care delivery; operating Microsoft Office tools; managing, interpreting, and communicating effectively with data; speaking effectively to a variety of audiences, making formal and informal presentations and effectively message key concepts and strategic priorities to others in a credible manner.
Physical Requirements and Working Conditions: Mobility to work in a typical clinical setting, including stamina to stand and walk for extended periods of time, strength to examine and treat varied individuals, vision to use standard office equipment and read printed materials including a VDT screen, and hearing and speech to communicate effectively in person and over the telephone. Strength and agility to exert up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently to move objects.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this classification.