Nursing Supervisor - HCRC - Hartford, CT
Health Care Resource Centers, a progressive substance abuse treatment organization committed to the highest quality of patient care, is seeking a Full Time Nursing Supervisor at our Hartford, CT location.
The ideal candidate will provide leadership and guidance to nursing staff in the following areas; supervision/staff development, training/education, handling of patient care needs/issues and administrative duties.
- Orient, train and direct development of nursing staff.
- Understand and oversee daily medication to patients in accordance with program policy and medical protocols.
- Provide, direct and train staff in the provision of nursing assessments, patient education and medical case management.
- Respond, as needed, to patient grievances and complaints.
- Assist in mediating nurse/patient conflicts.
- Assist in managing the day to day patient needs/issues that may arise.
- Respond as needed to patient acute care needs.
- Perform direct patient care as determined by patient population and staffing needs.
- Respond to medical issues or staff questions related to patient care.
- Monitor narcotic supply ensuring compliance with all regulatory bodies.
- Maintain and submits monthly DEA readiness/documentation compliance reports to the Practice Manager.
- Maintain monthly methadone audits.
- Assist the Practice Manager with on-site DEA and State inspections.
- Foster a cooperative working environment by working closely with supervisory clinical staff.
- Assist Practice Manager with screening and hiring of nursing staff.
- Evaluate nursing/nursing support staff.
- Assist in quality assurance chart reviews, assessing clinical and medical documentation to ensure compliance with regulation and program standards.
- Assist in implementation of Quality Improvement Program, initiatives and goals.
- Develop monthly staff schedule.
- Provide on call coverage.
- Other related duties as determined by supervisor.
- Registered Nurse License required;
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
- Experience in chemical dependency preferred.
- Minimum of two years prior supervisory experience, self-motivated and directed, must have a positive attitude toward chemically dependent persons.
- Experience with phlebotomy, preferred.