Behavioral Health RN Supervisor

Job ID
Nursing - Clinical Management (RN)



General Description:

Oversees and directs the clinical staff facilitating positive patient outcomes, fostering growth of the office census and ensuring staff satisfaction. Ensures that clinical interventions and actions are consistent with the plan of care to restore, improve, promote health and prevent complications and sequence of illness. Collaborate with clinicians’ patient’s plan of care in order to achieve desired outcomes. Ensure all required areas of documentation are submitted timely for efficient billing and payroll. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships throughout the company and with key external relationships. Maintains and ensures compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements. Provides evidence-based clinical care for home health nursing practice utilizing the ANA Scope & Standards of Home Health Nursing Practice




Specific Responsibilities:

  •      Implements, maintains and monitors compliance with all company policies and guidelines.
  •      Consistently strives to improve staff and branch performance.
  •  Oversees, directs, trains and supports the clinical staff.
  •  Takes and tracks appropriate referrals for the branch.
  •  Ensures appropriate training and updated clinical documentation certifications of clinical staff.
  •  Maintains compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements dealing with clinical issues.
  •  Participates and organizes the interview, hiring and orientation process.
  •  Prepares on call schedule and participates in on call rotation.
  •  Make patient visits when necessary.
  •  Reviews and assigns all new admissions and post/hospital order visits.
  •  Works in collaboration with the Liaisons for smooth transitions from facility to home care.
  •  Monitors all time sheets for accuracy and compliance.
  •  Collects, analyzes, summarizes and discusses performance evaluations with Regional Director.
  •  Reports to Regional Director any significant patient, family or physician complaints.
  •  Coordinates and manages team meetings (one per month) and supervisory visits (2 per year).
  •  Make suggestions for improving processes and implement company decisions positively.
  •  Oversees and may provide in services for all staff.
  •  Network and consult with professional resources in the community to expand and improve patient services for optimal patient care.
  •  Engage in other related activities (workshops, seminars) and special projects as required.
  •  Works in collaboration with Quality Assurance/Improvement.




Requirements and Qualifications:

Graduate of Nursing School required. Current licensure or permit by the applicable state board of nursing, CPR certification, driver’s license and automobile liability insurance. Knowledge and ability to effectively implement and document nursing theory, practice and principles. Strong communication and interaction skills. Minimum 2 years of nursing, preferable in home care.




Physical Requirements

Office Work

 Exerts up to 10 pounds of force occasionally, and or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects.

Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.


Patient Visits

 Exerts up to 50 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently and or up to 10 pounds of force constantly and a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body.


Visual Acuity

 Must have visual ability to prepare and analyze data and figures; transcribe; operate a motor vehicle; read extensively; operate machines, tools and utilized devices.




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