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RN Clinical Shift Supervisor Emergency Dept Full Time Eves POSITION SUMMARY:
To be responsible for the overall coordination, collaboration, and direction of the entire patient care team during the shift covered to ensure effective and efficient delivery of healthcare services. Emergency Dept RN experience required! All ED RN’s are required to have current valid (for a minimum of 6 months post first date of employment) American Heart Association BLS, ACLS and PALS certifications!
Two to three years supervisory experience. Medical terminology and computer and keyboard skills required. Emergency Dept RN experience required! All ED RN’s are required to have current valid (for a minimum of 6 months post first date of employment) American Heart Association BLS, ACLS and PALS certifications!
Bachelor’s degree in Nursing required. Current/valid State of New Jersey license (or legal permission to work from the State of New Jersey Board of Nursing).
Current and valid New Jersey Registered Nursing License. Certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support. IV Certification. Ability to manage a changing work environment as a result of changing patient needs, including working with patients with acute, chronic, and complex disease processes, and those who are dying. Proven interaction and communication (oral, writing, presenting) skills to effectively communicate (oral and written) with patients, family members, physicians, visitors, and co-workers during day-to-day, stressful, and emotionally charged situations. Demonstrated competence, clinical expertise, and sound professional judgement. Demonstrated ability to work independently and cooperatively with health care team members (i.e., physicians, Rehab, Respiratory, DI, Lab, etc.) and diverse patient populations. Ability to use effective time management to set priorities, perform job related responsibilities, and respond quickly to emergency situations. Demonstrated ability to use effective analytical and critical thinking skills to problem-solve, make clinical decisions, and respond quickly to meet patient care and departmental needs. Attentive to details and the ability to perform work accurately, often changing from one task to another without loss of efficiency or composure.