RN - Administrative Supervisor (rotating Shifts) Job

Children's Health - Team Leaders Careers

Job Number: 50427

Location: Dallas, TX

Date Posted: 12-3-2016


Position Summary

Administrative Supervisors coordinate facilitate and communicate as a representative of administration to promote optimal patient care and support the mission of Children's Medical Center of Dallas

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Demonstrates a global perspective of the institution.

  • Maintains a perspective on changing conditions to provide for optimal decision-making.
  • Implements decisions based on accurate assessment, prioritization and impact on the institution.
  • Obtains knowledge of department and institutional issues.
  • Aware of human and fiscal resources
  • Anticipates changing conditions to optimize decision-making.
  • Continually monitors effectiveness of decisions and revises actions based on assessment of conditions.
  • Evaluates issues and recommends strategies for institutional change.
  • Creatively utilizes available resources ensuring quality services.

Effective in applying communication skills.

  • Effectively communicates information and provides feedback to staff in a timely manner.
  • Encourages exchange of ideas and information in the resolution of differences.
  • Reinforces staff knowledge and appropriate implementation of policies and practice.
  • Facilitates interdepartmental communication.
  • Utilizes effective techniques to maximize communication via formal and informal networks.
  • Uses varying interpersonal styles and methods in guiding individuals.
  • Involved in the formation, translation, and interpretation of policy and practice.
  • Encourages collaboration through individual communication for problem solving.

Demonstrates leadership in the provision of clinical care.

  • Maintains baseline knowledge and competency of clinical practice.
  • Serves as a resource as needed to support the staff in decision making regarding clinical issues.
  • Identifies and utilizes appropriate clinical resources.
  • Supports staff in maintaining standards of patient care.
  • Enhances clinical skills through participation in clinical practice and/or continuing education.
  • Intervenes with staff to assist in problem solving strategies to maximize the profession practice model.
  • Seeks out resources for creative and comprehensive problem solving, and recommends changes in resource availability.
  • Prompts staff involvement in improving standards of patient care.

Effectively and creatively uses management skills to support the hospital's mission and goals.

  • Recognized as a resource for providing direction, support and guidance.
  • Evaluates effectiveness of decisions and the outcomes.
  • Participates in educational opportunities.
  • Intervenes interdepartmentally as a representative of Children's Medical Center Administrator.
  • Negotiates issues from an informed perspective.
  • Recommends or implements necessary revisions as reflected in the evaluation.
  • Inspires others towards goal achievement.
  • Identifies interdepartmental issues and actively participates in recommendations for change.



  • Baccalaureate Degree in nursing.

Licenses & certifications

  • Current licensure to practice professional nursing in the State of Texas.


  • Minimum of two years clinical experience in applicable patient care area.

Specific knowledge, skills, and abilities

  • Physical and emotional health adequate for attendance requirements and performance which may include, but is not limited to: assessment of patient conditions, lifting/transferring patients, appropriate use of technical equipment, and rapid recognition and response to emergency situations.
  • Ability to hear and communicate with others in a clear, understandable, and professional manner.
  • Must be flexible and adaptable. Conditions and environment are unpredictable and change frequently.
  • Must be able to maintain CPR certification unless an exception is identified.
  • Appearance projects a professional image and engenders the confidence of others.
  • This job requires the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to patients ranging in age from 0 to 18 years. The individual must demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span, must possess the ability to assess data reflective of the patient's status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each patient's requirements relative to his or her age-specific needs, and must be able to provide the care needed as described in the unit's policies. and procedures.

Physical demands

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