Administrative Nurse House Supervisor

This stable community health-system in San Francisco is actively interviewing for an Inpatient Nurse House Supervisor to join its Administrative Leadership team. You’ll work with a fantastic group of nurses and tenured leaders in a hospital that is a trusted member of the community.

This hospital, well-known for its dedication and long service to the communities of the San Francisco, has recently undergone an expansion to fulfill its missions. The Administrative House Supervisor will join a hospital that has recently upgraded all of the Surgical Suites and Outpatient Services Departments, that has built brand-new private patient rooms, and that has completely remodeled the Imaging Services department.

These improvements allow the medical center to offer a full range of inpatient and outpatient services including Emergency Care, Intensive / Critical Care, Medical Surgical, Cardiopulmonary, Telemetry, and Surgical Services. The House Supervisor should be a skilled clinical leader and have sound administrative judgement with regards to patient care and efficient operating procedures.

Reporting to the Chief Nursing and Operations Officer, the Administrative Supervisor will work closely with Department Nursing Leaders to ensure smooth transitions between the day and night patient care teams. The House Supervisor will be supported by a strong team of Unit-Based Clinical Leaders and Charge Nurses who ensure superior care in Inpatient Medical Surgical, Critical Care, and Specialty Care units.

The San Francisco Bay Area is well known to have something for everyone. The artistic type, the gourmand, the outdoors person, and the home-body will all find something comforting. Contemporary street art, murals, galleries, and public installations adorn the streets just about everywhere you look. Hundreds of acres of coastline, nature trails, and parkland surround one of California’s most beautiful cities. With Silicon Valley and San Jose a short distance to the south, Stanford, UC Berkeley, and some of California’s best primary schools, the Bay Area is a great place for the Administrative House Nurse Supervisor to build a community and continue learning. Connected by Bay Area Rapid Transit and one of the nation’s best networks of buses and light-rails, you’ll find that it’s easy to get where ever you’re going.

The House Nurse Supervisor will play a direct role in supporting the organization’s growth a development plans by supporting outpatient operations. You’ll get to work with internal partners from across the organization on a wide range of improvement projects and programs. For your hard work, you’ll receive a competitive compensation and generous benefits package.