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The Clinical Supervisor coordinates shift operational flow in conjunction with organizational and departmental strategic goals, objectives, and standards and is the hospital’s clinical representative/resource for patients, families, and the healthcare team, at both the unit and organization levels. This position provides clinical leadership of patient care services and directs supervision of nursing and support staff to ensure consistent provision of developmentally appropriate quality patient care in accordance with all applicable federal, regulatory, professional standards and requirements. Provides clinical leadership with accountability in promoting quality patient care and an engaging work environment, during assigned shift.
Bachelors degree in Nursing from an accredited college or university required; employees in the Clinical Supervisor role prior to 6/1/2012 must be currently enrolled and progressing toward a Bachelors degree in Nursing from an accredited college or university. (Required)
Two years nursing experience or demonstrated competence in bedside nursing role. (Required)
One year supervisory or lead experience. (Preferred)
Experience with pediatric patient populations. (Preferred)
Current Arizona RN license or RN Compact license with multistate privileges, and in compliance with the Arizona State Board of Nursing licensure requirements. (Required)
Current BLS provider from the American Heart Association. (Required)
Current PALS or NRP provider from the American Heart Association. (Required)
Current and valid nursing certification in clinical nursing expertise required or must be able to obtain within one year of eligibility. (Required)