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RN Unit Manager SNF

The RN Unit Manager assumes responsibility and accountability for assigned core programs. Leadership is provided to all nursing staff through daily oversight of nursing care on the assigned unit(s). Unit Managers adhere to the standards of care, manage the environment to maintain resident/patient safety, and supervise the resident/patient care activities performed by RNs, LPNs and Nursing Assistants. Follows all company policies and procedures and performs duties as defined by the State Nurse Practice Act.
Supervisory Responsibilities:
Makes daily work assignments, directs the work of employees, schedules lunch and rest breaks, authorizes early departure from work, authorizes overtime, reassigns employees from one area to another area as facility needs dictate, prepares written evaluations of assigned employees, enforces facility policies with authority to issue Disciplinary Action Reports as needed, authority to suspend employees for rules violation, Initials time records to authorize variances, interviews applicants that will be assigned to his/her area of responsibility, Receives and handles employee complaints, participates in training programs, and assists in orientation of new staff, review all daily physician orders and check follow through, on call as scheduled.
Resident/family concerns: Responsible for overseeing assigned core programs, complies with laws and regulations applicable to position and act in accordance with corporate compliance program; treat all residents, visitors, and staff with courtesy; attend and participate in in-service training, performance improvement ("PI") committees and other meetings as scheduled and directed; follow facility dress and hygiene policies.
Minimum Qualifications:
Possesses a current license to practice in the State of Washington as an RN.
At least one year of prior supervisory experience preferred
Prior experience working in a long-term care facility required
Knowledge of long term rules and regulations
Proficient in Microsoft Office version 1997, 2000 or XP, E-mail, Outlook, Internet Explorer.

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