Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
8/1/2016
Job Category:
Nursing
Compensation:
58240.00
See more jobs for students and recent grads who studied:
Nursing Supervisor - Chemical Dependency Program
Oriana House, Inc. | Akron, Ohio
Tell Us More About Your Job Preferences
By telling us what you think of this job, we can help find jobs that match your interests. If you want to see more jobs like this, click on the smiley face. Or if this job isn't what you are looking for, click the frowny face. Learn More...

Follow This Company
Share

Follow the instructions below to apply.

Job Description

Oriana House, Inc.

LOCATION: A kron, Ohio (Detox)

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsible for supervising and coordinating the nursing activities in the detoxification center.

Essential functions of this job include, but are not limited to:

  • Effectively orients and trains supervised employees in job duties.
  • Conducts effective and timely performance evaluations and processes paperwork appropriately for supervised employees.
  • Effectively addresses disciplinary issues with supervised employees; accurately and thoroughly documents and processes disciplinary actions in a timely manner and in accordance with policies and procedures.
  • Ensures supervised employees meet minimum training requirements and monitors training attendance.
  • Processes payroll and handles time card issues for supervised employees.
  • Assigns duties, oversees monthly schedules and coordinates nursing services.
  • Evaluates nursing activities to ensure client care, staff relations and efficiency services.
  • Encourages staff to participate in identifying services essential to positive client outcomes.
  • Facilitates open and effective communication among staff.
  • Participates in the development of staff training and presents information on medical issues including, but not limited to: signs and symptoms of chemical dependency, emotional disturbances, universal precautions/standard precautions, disease transmission, medication policy, CPR, and First Aid.
  • Accurately counts, records, and maintains a secured storage area for all prescription medications, sharps, syringes, and other medical equipment within unit and monitors patient compliance in residential areas.
  • Maintains accountability of medical equipment and supplies.
  • Cooperates with physician in coordinating medical care plans.
  • Monitors pharmacy policy for handling and ordering medication to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations.
  • Supervises direct care staff and functions as a resource.
  • Provides situational assistance with direct client care.
  • Fosters economical use of supplies and equipment in an effort to contain patient and unit costs.
  • Oversees compliance with standards of care, ethics and confidentiality.
  • Complies with OSHA requirements.
  • Continues professional, stays current in professional developments, and maintains license.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

  • ANTHEM PPO plus prescription card
    • $20,000 TERM-LIFE INSURANCE POLICY
    • LONG-TERM DISABILITY INSURANCE (60% of lost income on 91st day of disability).
    • VACATION HOURS - 120 hours (15 days) per year (accrue at rate of 10 hours per month) to a maximum of 600 hours.
    • PERSONAL-SICK HOURS - 80 hours (10 days) per year (accrue at a rate of 6.72 hours per month) to a maximumof 400 hours (50 days).
    • HOSPITAL HOURS - 96 hours (12 days) per year (accrue at a rate of 8 hours per month) to a maximum of 288 hours.
    • HOLIDAYS - eight paid holidays
    • TUITION REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAM (must be employed for one year).
    • EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP)
    • RETIREMENT PLAN 403(b)
    • DENTAL PLAN (Employee paid)
    • FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTS (FSA)
    • DISCOUNTED MEMBERSHIPS TO PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    Registered Nurse with a valid Ohio License. Five (5) years of nursing experience with two (2) years in chemical dependency services and one (1) year of supervisory experience. Maintains the required licensure/certification in good standing. Must have the ability to effectively work with Agency employees, outside contacts, and a diverse client population.

    STARTING SALARY: $58,240 per year

    Oriana House Inc., is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer (including veterans, disabled, and other protected categories) and a Drug-free Workplace.

    Qualifications

    Applicants must be eligible to work in the specified location

    About Oriana House, Inc.

    Oriana House, Inc. is a nationally-renowned chemical dependency treatment and community corrections agency. Our services assist people in overcoming chemical dependencies and provides suitable, reintegrating community corrections programs for those offenders who live in or are returning to their communities. Oriana House operates programs and facilities in Summit, Cuyahoga, and Seneca counties in Ohio.

    This company profile was created by AfterCollege and is about Oriana House, Inc.. This page is not endorsed by or affiliated with Oriana House, Inc.. For questions regarding company profiles, please email: care@aftercollege.com.