Registered Nurse (RN) FT Administrator Days Job Opening

Registered Nurse (RN) FT Administrator Days

Southern Health Partners, Inc.

Columbiana, Alabama

Ethics is the backbone of Nursing, and our Nurses are the foundation of what makes SHP continue to grow and thrive. Ethical decisions are a fundamental part of everyday life and death choices for nurses. The Medical Team is driven by each of our local Nurse Administrators who coordinate the patient needs and plans of care in a secure controlled environment. The position is so much more than the role of a typical Director of Nursing. Autonomy in Nursing Practice is proven to ensure nurses make better, quicker, evidence-based decisions. Your dedication to making a difference in the lives of an underserved patient population could make this position your best step up the Nursing Career Ladder.
At this time we have an excellent opportunity for a:

Medical Team Administrator
Monday- Friday
to Work in the Shelby County Jail

Employment with SHP Offers You:
  • The Opportunity for you to Make a Difference
  • Autonomy and Experience with Every Type of Patient Care Need
  • Safe and Secure Work Environment
  • Free Monthly CE Credit Hours as a CE Provider
  • Educational Discount Program Access Through the MEP
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance Program
  • Company Paid Life Benefits & 401K Participation
  • Employee referral bonus program
Desired Skills and Experience
The role of a Medical Team Administrator requires strong supervisory skills and flexibility in scheduling and coordination for the team as a whole. There will be after hours calls and unavoidable situations where you will provide coverage for your staff at times, but likewise you will have the flexibility to get the job done as a salaried team leader and still find downtime for yourself.
We are looking for a responsible licensed care giver to utilize their nursing supervisor skills for a diverse patient group. In a secure jail medical unit, you will deliver patient care, review data collection, establish nursing plans, supervise plan outcomes and work under the boundaries of State Scope of Practice and Guidelines, and Physician/Provider(s).
Outside service referrals, following established treatment plans, and working with the Providers will be a key part of your position as well. Monitoring patient progress and working with the Providers will round out a quality health care program performed on-site – one you can be proud to be a part of.
You should have competence in performing emergency intervention, physical assessment, critical thinking, and documentation skills. Be Nursing Proud and join us today!
Equal Opportunity Employer
All Applicants are subject to Drug Screening and the Issuance of Security Clearance by the Facility in Which Work is to be performed.