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Registered Nurse Supervisor

Sauk County Personnel

  • Location: Reedsburg, WI
  • Post Date: 4/10/2019
Salary: $32.64 - $34.50 Hourly
Job Type: Exempt
Job Number: 2116
Location: Health Care Center 1051 Clark St. Reedsburg, WI 53959
Department: Health Care Center


The purpose of the Registered Nurse Supervisor is to direct register nursing services at the Sauk County Health Care Center. This is a part-time, 30-40 hours per week, night shift position.

Essential Duties

Promote or restore resident's health by monitoring and recording vital signs.

Provide physical and psychological support to residents and their families.

Promote resident's independence by establishing a resident centered model approach to all aspects of nursing care.

Assure quality of care by adhering to therapeutic standards of practice; measuring health outcomes against resident's goals and standards; following nursing home's philosophy and standards of care set by the state board of nursing, state nurse practice act and any other governing agency.

Administer prescribed treatments and medications to residents by all approved routes while monitoring for resident's physical and mental response to medications and treatments.

Assist with admission of new residents by determining resident's special nursing needs and assigns tasks to Registered Nurses (RNs).

Accompany physicians on medical rounds and update physicians regarding resident's medical conditions.

Train, direct, monitor, advise, evaluate, promote and discipline RNs, LPNs, and CNAs.

Document resident information into the Electronic Charting System (ECS) to provide continuity of care and will also enter information into the Minimum Data Set (MDS) system as needed and/or requested.

Assist in developing resident care plans and assures adherence by the interdisciplinary team on a daily basis

Additional Tasks

Supervise emergency preparedness drills.

Record weekly and/or monthly resident progress or change in condition.

Prepare accident/incident reports for residents and staff.

Assist residents with transfers, repositioning, and ADLs, and help to answer call lights on the unit in a timely manner.

Transcribe physician orders.

Account for narcotics and resident money and valuables.

And other duties as assigned.

Minimum Training and Education

Required: Associate's degree in Nursing
4 years of nursing experience

Licenses/Certifications: Registered Nursing (RN) License

Preferred: Bachelor's degree in Nursing
1 year ofsupervisory experience
Nursing experience with the geriatric population

Sauk County offers a comprehensive benefits package including health and life insurance,  Wisconsin Retirement System. Additional voluntary life, supplemental, dental, vision, accident, short term disability plans are available along with deferred compensation. Various vacation and sick leave accrual plans are also available dependent upon position.

Sauk County Personnel