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Waverly Health Center House Supervisor .60 FTE 2/3 shifts in Waverly, Iowa

SCHEDULE FTE: .6FTE, 2/3 shifts, Scheduled hours are 7p-7a with an every third weekend and holiday rotation. PRIMARY FUNCTIONS

House Supervisors have clinical and administrative accountability for their areas of responsibility on their assigned shift. Areas of responsibility include nursing, clinical and ancillary departments. Administrative responsibilities include management of finances, human resources, staffing, patient/staff emergencies, shift operations, complaints, miscellaneous interdepartmental coordination, performance improvement, technology, and strategy. The House Supervisor possesses broad based clinical and leadership skills including communication, mentoring, advocacy, systems thinking, critical thinking, accountability of self, peers and staff, and establishment of a healthy work environment. Functions as a leader and role model in accordance with the American Nurses Association (ANA) Nursing Administration Scope and Standards of Practice, ANA Code of Ethics for Nursing, and Chapter 6 of the Iowa Nursing Practice Act for Registered Nurses.


  • Education, Experience, and Training

  • Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and currently licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in Iowa.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing preferred, Certification in specialty area and/or nursing leadership preferred.

  • Minimum of two years of previous clinical experience.

  • Previous nursing leadership experience preferred.

  • Must have demonstrated organizational abilities and strong interpersonal skills.

  • Must be able to read, speak, and write fluent English.

  • Physical Requirements

  • Sitting – Approximately 25% of shift.

  • Standing– Approximately 50% of shift.

  • Walking – Approximately 50% of shift.

  • Lifting – Approximately 35 pounds. Must use, and require staff to use, when in hospital and/or pre-hospital settings, proper body mechanics and ergonomics and, as applicable, lifting/moving devices.

  • Twisting – Infrequent.

  • Bending – Moderate.

  • Squat/Kneel – Approximately 25% of shift.

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