The House Supervisor builds on the essential functions of the Registered Nurse. The House Supervisor utilizes an interpersonal process that focuses on the total individual and his/her role in the family, culture, and society. The House Supervisor is supportive of health, life, and the quality of life through care, counseling, and curative measures. The House Supervisor fulfills multiple roles such as patient advocacy, management, oversight and coordination of resources. The House Supervisor is guided by the substantial specialized knowledge of nursing based on the physiological and psychosocial sciences as well as skills in management and implementation of patient care at St. James Healthcare. Integrates the goals and objectives of the organization into the delivery of care.
Assists Nursing Directors in administration of patient care and services in hospital to maintain standards of nursing care and practice, and advises medical staff, department heads, and administrators in matters related to nursing service.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE ASN degree from an accredited program required upon date of hire B.S.N. Degree from an accredited program required within 36 months of hire
Upon hire, any nurse with only an ASN degree must become enrolled in a BSN program within three (3) months and must be consistently working toward a BSN degree after enrollment. All ASN nurses must complete a BSN degree within thirty-six (36) months from the nurseâ™s date of hire. Failure to obtain a BSN degree within that time frame may result in suspension or termination of employment. Any nurse who takes legally protected leave during the 36-month completion period may have the period extended by a comparable amount of time.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS Current Montana RN License BLS ACLS PALS or ENPC certification required or to be achieved within 6 months. Specialty certification preferred.
SCL Health is a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization that operates eight hospitals, four safety net clinics, one children’s mental health center and more than 190 ambulatory service centers in three states – Colorado, Kansas and Montana. The health system includes 15,000 full-time associates and more than 500 employed providers.