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RN Supervisor - (COVID and Flu Vaccinations; Outbreak Investigations Unit) - 9795_1661

Power Personnel San Leandro, CA

  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

Hiring urgently for a RN Supervisor in San Leandro! Don' t miss out on this limited-time opportunity with possible extension! Apply now!

Compensation and Benefits for the Registered Nurse (RN)
  • Weekly Pay
  • Great resume experience
  • Helping the community
  • Health benefits
  • Referral bonus
  • 24 hr accessibility
  • Personalized service

Requirements of the Registered Nurse (RN)
  • BSN
  • Must hold a current registered nurse license from the state of CA
  • A minimum of 2 years experience working in a clinical setting
  • A minimum of 2 years experience working with people with co-occurring disorders and/or who are homeless
  • A minimum of 1 year travel experience preferred
  • Preferably 1 year of experience with EMR systems
  • Must possess knowledge in assessment, planning, and implementation of nursing care in specified clinical areas
  • BLS Certification

About the job
  • 3 month contract with possible extension
  • Shift:  full-time, Monday – Friday, with some weekend work, may need to travel to various vaccination sites

Responsibilities of the Registered Nurse (RN)
Definition:
Under general supervision, the Supervising Public Health Nurse (PHN) supervises and provides oversight to a multidisciplinary team including professional nurses, public health investigators, support staff, nursing student and interns who are responsible for performing COVID-19 outbreak prevention, surveillance, investigation and management activities.  RN IV-COVID Unit is responsible for the operations of one to three outbreak investigation teams in specific settings on either the Long Term Care Facilities Outbreak Team or the Special Settings Outbreak Investigation Team (SSOIT). The RN IV ensures that a high level of nursing and public health services is provided, that all program requirements are met, and that all staff are in compliance with professional standards and Agency policies and procedures.

 

Distinguishing Features:

The Registered Nurse IV-CF Unit position is designated Public Health Option. Specialized knowledge in nursing, public health, communicable disease, emergency preparedness, and community capacity building is required to fulfill the responsibilities.

 

This position is located in the Health Care Services Agency and reports to the Director of Public Health Nursing, Physician V, Physician IV, Registered Nurse V or a senior level public health administrator (Division Director, Health Care Program Administrator II). The Registered Nurse IV is distinguished from the lower-level class of a Registered Nurse III in that the latter acts as lead nurse and has no primary supervisory responsibilities. The Registered Nurse IV is further distinguished from the next higher-level class of Registered Nurse V in that the latter is responsible for managing the nursing services of a major functional area and/or program(s) and/or assists in the overall management of a Division.

 

Major Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Note:   The following statements reflect the general duties considered necessary in order to describe   the principal functions of the job as identified and shall not be considered as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the job.

 
  • Provides monitoring and supervision of assigned staff; leads the hiring and selection process and provides for staff training and professional development; implements discipline as necessary.
  • Conducts formal performance evaluation of staff using the criteria-based performance evaluation documents in accordance with County, Agency and if applicable, departmental policies and procedures.
  • In collaboration with the Outbreak Unit Manager and/or Division Director, develops and implements a Unit management and staffing plan; revises plan as necessary.
  • Periodically assesses the operations of the Unit; develops and implements an improvement plan to address gaps.
  • Develops, implements, evaluates and adapts outbreak investigation protocols and workflows.
  • Prioritizes outbreaks for deployment according to acuity, risk assessment, and team capacity.   Oversees the deployment of cases by RN III Team Leads to frontline outbreak investigators according to prioritization protocols.
  • Oversees assigned Outbreak teams’ workload and directs caseload adjustments.
  • Manages workflow and ensures that outbreaks are assigned within established time frames and that investigation protocols are followed.
  • Tracks local, regional, national, and international COVID-19 data and trends. Based on actual and projected changes in COVID-19 outbreak activity adjusts staffing and resources.
  • Reviews current federal, state, and local guidance, policies, health officer orders, and regulations; incorporates up-to-date guidance into existing outbreak investigation protocols.
  • Assesses skill and knowledge of all staff on a regular basis and facilitates or provides appropriate training and education to ensure a competent workforce.
  • Provides clinical consultation to nursing staff and nursing students; provides consultation on outbreak investigation and management to all frontline outbreak investigators.
  • Contributes to the development of programmatic performance and epidemiologic analysis and, under the direction of the Outbreak Investigation Team Manager, implements strategies to refine operations and allocate prevention and control resources to hot spots/sectors with ongoing transmission of COVID-19.
  • Works with data and epidemiology teams to establish systems for data collection and analysis.  Oversees collection of accurate data and comprehensive documentation by outbreak investigators.
  • On an ongoing basis, collaborates across the COVID Division to ensure training, collaboration, communication, and integration of Outbreaks Unit into overall Division operations and initiatives.
  • Represents the COVID Division’ s Outbreak Unit on selected committees and in meetings as delegated by the Outbreak Team Manager and/or COVID Division Director; attends other PHN meetings as appropriate.
  • Prepares/reviews and submits all reports, claiming documents, time studies, and encounter forms within the established timeframes.
  • Evaluates quality of care through database audits of exposure events, documentation, and record-keeping; ensures that investigation workflows are followed and requirements are met.
  • Conducts staff meetings on a regular basis.
  • Assesses staff occupational safety needs; works with management to procure necessary training, equipment and services and ensure Unit compliance with Departmental and Agency occupational safety policies and procedures.
  • Performs other related duties as required.
About Power Personnel:
Power Personnel is a leading Bay Area diversity health care staffing agency. Our company started and has continued for 25 years as a woman-owned and minority-owned company. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workplace and inclusive culture. Our structured interview process is designed to eliminate bias and focus on key competencies in order to evaluate applicants based on their overall qualifications and skills. Every applicant receives consideration regardless of age, race, color, religion, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or national origin. Our mission is to help our clients succeed by providing a talented workforce of diverse and highly-skilled healthcare professionals. Come join our engaged, creative, and innovative team. Apply Now!

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