University of Southern California Clinical Administrative Supervisor - Nursing Administration - Full Time 8 Hour Days in Los Angeles, California
Clinical Administrative Supervisor - Nursing Administration - Full Time 8 Hour DaysApplyHospital AdministrationLos Angeles, California
The Clinical Administrative Supervisor (CAS) facilitates the smooth operation of the Nursing Department and the hospital in general in the absence of the department directors/managers. The CAS works directly with the nursing staff and other members of the health care team to maintain standards, problem solve, and implement change in order to facilitate efficient and safe patient care. While the position carries shift responsibility rather than 24-hour responsibility, the CAS is expected to participate in all aspects on problem resolution such as suggesting alternatives, communicating with key persons, and initiating action and follow-up. These activities may go beyond the scope of the CAS shift. By virtue of his/her presence in the hospital after regular business hours, the CAS has the opportunity and authority to coordinate interdepartmental functions and make administrative decisions with regard to total plant operations, collaborating with management as necessary. The CAS assists in the management and resolution of unforeseen patient care events that arise during his/her shift
-BSN or Bachelors degree in a related field strongly preferred
-Minimum five years experience in nursing (one year in management, preferably in an acute care setting).
-One year experience in an intensive care setting strongly preferred.
-Valid California Registered Nursing license.
-Current BLS for Healthcare Provider from American Heart Association and ACLS from American Heart Association.
-Clinical certification preferred.
-Non-violent Crisis Intervention certification required within 6 months of hire.
-Fire and Safety Certification. If no card upon hire, one must be obtained within 30 days of hire, and maintained by renewal before expiration date.
REQ20045498 Posted Date: 06/16/2017