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RN Staff Supervisor-Operating Room-Good Samaritan

Legacy Health Type Full time Posted 7/19/2014
Salary - n/a - Starts 9/22/2014
OR - Oregon (All) - Portland Referral - n/a -    
Job Title:  RN Staff Supervisor-Operating Room-Good Samaritan
Work Location:  Good Samaritan Medical Ctr campus - NW Portland OR
Department:  OR-General Surgery
Shift:  Day
Status:  Full time benefited, 36-40 hrs/wk
Budgeted Hrs/Wk:  40
Hours:  6:30-3:00
Work Days:  Mon-Fri, occasional weekends
Job Number:  14-1716
Salary Min:  37.52
Salary Max:  54.58
Shift Differentials:  
Bonus/Relo Eligible:  
Critical To Fill:  
Union:  Non-union
Job Code:  06740
Job Description: 



The supervisor is accountable for the direct coordination and supervision of unit operations. Serves as a role model and resource for patient care. Provides leadership and promotes team building amongst staff. Facilitates communication amongst staff, physicians, management and all other customers. Is responsible for effective implementation of policies, procedures & standards. Supports and models preferred employee and employer profiles. Performs duties in any clinical capacity as needed. 

Job Qualifications: 


Education:BSN required. MSN preferred. Exceptions may be made for current Legacy employees who demonstrate that they are actively enrolled in an accredited program and are making meaningful progress toward completion of a BSN. Demonstrated evidence of course completion will be required at the end of each term, and will be tracked by the individual’s manager.


Experience:One year of relevant main operating room nursing experience at proficient to expert level of practice required. Demonstrated knowledge of operations, including staffing and scheduling, budget management, workflow planning, performance management and staff development.


Licensure:Current applicable state RN license required. CNOR certification strongly preferred.



Epic scheduling a plus.

Workflow planning a plus.

Demonstrated positive interpersonal and communication skills with colleagues, patients, families, physicians and the community.

Demonstrated knowledge of operations, including staffing, scheduling, budget management, workflow planning and staff development.

Ability to manage a broad span of control through implementation of a self-directed team approach.

Strong communication and leadership skills with a willingness to lead by example.

Keyboard skills and ability to navigate electronic systems applicable to job functions.




Follow guidelines set forth in the Preferred Employee Profile.