Nurse (RN) Supervisor - Contracted & School Nurses

  • MaineHealth
  • Damariscotta, ME, USA
  • Jun 23, 2022

Job Description


If you got into healthcare to make a meaningful difference in people's lives, MaineHealth should be where you call home.  We are hiring immediately for a part-time (20 hours per week) Nurse Supervisor for the Contracted & School Nurses where you will find more than just a job – you will make a meaningful difference.


Why join us? 
We can offer you an unmatched opportunity for career goals without compromising your quality of life.  We are proud to offer all the great benefits you would expect from a healthcare leader (403(b), insurance, PTO) plus:


  • Education, training opportunities and resources that support professional growth
  • Growth opportunities


Being conscious of the pandemic:
Our RN nurses serve a key role in working together so our communities are among the healthiest in America.  In order to take care of our community, we must take care of ourselves.  This pandemic has exceled rates of excessive stress, depression and anxiety.  Now more than ever is the time to take care ourselves.  Wellbeing is different for everyone we have wellbeing plans that are designed to be flexible to meet you at different points in your life.  Lean more about these on our website.


Your role:  
The Contracted and School Nurse Supervisor is responsible for supporting and assisting the Clinical Nurse Manager in providing support to all contracted school nurses within Lincoln Medical Partners and works closely with School medical advisors to meet clinical needs in the school setting. The Nurse Supervisor will assist in supervision of school RN staff, and coordinate workflows in order to provide the most efficient, safe, and comprehensive care

Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)

    1. Education: Graduate of a nursing program from an accredited school of nursing, ADN required, BSN preferred
    2. License/Certifications: Active State of Maine Nursing License or eligible for licensure. Must maintain current BLS certification
    3. Experience: Minimum of one year in the nursing field preferred
    4. Knowledge of nursing processes; health care systems, structure and functions; and community resources
    5. Knowledge of chart/medical record documentation requirements and federal/state laws related to release of health care information
    6. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills necessary for interacting with students, patients, physicians, supervisors and other staff
    7. Skill in time management, problem solving, multitasking, prioritizing and medical care coordination
    8. Ability to calculate and administer drug dosages and injections and measure results
    9. Ability to respond the changing workload based on patient census
    10. Ability to maintain professional manner even under stressful situations
    11. Proficient computer skills