Do you want to be appreciated daily? Our nurses are celebrated
for being on the front line, empathetic for patients. At St.
David's South Austin Medical Center our nurses set us apart from
any other healthcare provider. We are seeking a(an) House
Administrative Supervisor to join our healthcare family.
We are committed to providing benefits that matter to nurses. At
St. David's South Austin Medical Center, our benefits package
offers eligible colleagues an attractive package that includes
medical, wellbeing, dental and vision benefits along with some
unique benefits including:
- Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Flexible
- Paid Time Off (PTO) and Personal Leave
- 401K (100% annual match - 3% to 9% of pay
based on years of service)
Assistance and Reimbursements for
Tuition and Student Loans
- Employee Discounts including Tickets,
Retail, Mental Health Apps, Education Apps, Identity Theft
- Home, Auto,
and Pet Insurance
- Employee Stock Purchase Program (ESPP)
- Short Term & Long Term
- Adoption Assistance
- Legal Benefits and lots more!
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At St. David's South Austin Medical Center, our nurses play a
vital part. We know that every nurse’s path and purpose is unique.
Do you want to create your own personal career path in nursing? HCA
Healthcare is your career destination! Our scale makes it possible
for nurses to create the career path that fits their life – for
life – and empowers their passion for patient care. Apply today for
our House Administrative Supervisor opportunity.
House Supervisor is responsible for monitoring and coordinating
intradepartmental and interdepartmental functioning of the
hospital. Responsible for the direction, supervision, coordination,
and evaluation of nursing performance and activities related to the
care and treatment of patients within the hospital on a specific
shift. Assists One Call Center, as needed, with the assignments of
patients to specific units within the hospital. Assigns nursing
staff to specific clinical areas within the hospital to meet
patient care needs. Acts as the official representative of the
management and administrative staff of the hospital in their
- Evaluates, plans, and coordinates staffing activities: o
Assesses personnel needs based on census, acuity, and the special
needs of each unit
- Adjusts staffing by reassigning staff, assigning PRN and agency
personnel and coordinating overtime
- Communicates and collaborates with unit Charge Nurses,
Supervisors and/or Directors to assure appropriate staff
- Prioritizes clinical rounds to evaluate ongoing staff needs,
and if necessary, identifies additional measures to provide
assistance o Completes staffing related paperwork completely and
accurately o Facilitates patient through put and patient flow.
- Rounds on all patients with discharge orders greater than 2
- Conducts Bed Board Meetings with Unit Charge Nurses/Supervisors
on a regular basis to coordinate patient throughput and staffing
- Responds to all Emergency Codes within the hospital.
Communicates with Medical Examiner, Organ Donation agencies, Police
and Fire departments
- Promotes, coordinates, and evaluates the delivery of patient
care in accordance with Administrative, Personnel and Patient Care
policies and procedures:
- Assists the One Call Center, as needed, with all patient
placements and current facility census.
- supports nursing staff to adhere to established time standards
for patient admission, transfer, and discharge.
- Facilitates patient throughput to include the use of the
discharge lounge to expedite bed availability and decrease hold
times in overflow areas
- Consults with Unit Supervisors/Charge Nurses regarding staff
performance and gives feedback
- Graduate of an NLN Accredited School of Nursing Required
- Bachelor of Science degree from NLN Accredited School of
- 5+ years of clinical practice Required
- 3+ years experience in management role Required
- 1+ years experience as House Supervisor Preferred
Currently licensed as a registered professional nurse in the
state(s) of practice and/or has an active compact license, in
accordance with law and regulation. Required for all departments.
90 days of hire date.
Basic Life Support (BLS)-Required
Advanced Life Support (ALS) Advanced Cardiac Life
St. David’s South Austin Medical Center is an
acute-care facility in central Texas with more than 300 patient
beds. The hospital is known in the community for its nationally
accredited oncology program – the Sarah Cannon Blood Cancer Center,
home to the area’s only adult bone marrow
transplant program – and Level II trauma center. The facility’s
full range of
specialized services includes cardiovascular care and
rehabilitation, imaging services, women’s services, joint
replacement and orthopedics, surgical services including weight
loss surgery, wound care, emergency care, cancer care, nutrition
services, and a sleep disorder center. The hospital operates three
full-service emergency centers.
St. David’s South Austin Medical Center is part of St. David’s
HealthCare, which is one of the largest healthcare systems in Texas
and the third-largest employer in the Austin area. St. David’s
HealthCare was formed through a unique partnership between HCA
Healthcare and two local non-profits — St. David’s Foundation and
Georgetown Health Foundation.
HCA Healthcare has been named one of the World's Most Ethical
Companies by Ethisphere Institute for over a decade. In
recent years, HCA Healthcare spent an estimated $3.7 billion in
cost for the delivery of charitable care, uninsured discounts, and
other uncompensated expenses.
"The great hospitals will always put the patient and the patient's
family first, and the really great institutions will provide care
with warmth, compassion, and dignity for the
Dr. Thomas Frist, Sr.
HCA Healthcare Co-Founder
Join a family that cares about every stage in your career! We
are interviewing candidates for our House Administrative Supervisor
opening. Apply today and a member of our Talent
Acquisition team will reach out.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity
at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race,
religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age,
marital status, veteran status, or disability status.