Inspector Floor Job Description Sample
QA Floor Inspector (I)
QA Floor Inspector (I)
- 901 Broken Sound Pkwy Nw, Boca Raton, FL
For more than 70 years, The Nature's Bounty Co. has enriched the lives of consumers around the world and stood as the leader in health and wellness by introducing innovative products and solutions to the marketplace. Putting science and the highest quality standards at the heart of our business, the brands of The Nature's Bounty Co. are some of the most trusted in the world. Always motivated by nature's bountiful effects on people's health, our vision for health and wellness has inspired leading brands such as Nature's Bounty®, Sundown Naturals®, Solgar®, Osteo Bi-Flex®, Ester-C®, MET-Rx®, Pure Protein®, Balance®, Body Fortress®, Puritan's Pride® and Organic Dr.®, among others. As a leading global manufacturer, marketer, distributor and retailer of vitamins, nutritional supplements, sports & active nutrition and ethical beauty products, The Nature's Bounty Co. is committed to supporting wellness in all its forms.
First Shift M-F From 7:00am to 3:30pm
The QA Floor Inspector is responsible for ensuring products are being produced in a manner that meets all current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) and Product Specification criteria. This enables improved first pass quality and adherence to cGMPs on the production floor at all times. The position is part of the Quality Unit on the plant floor and provides real time review of in-process test data and batch documentation in order to limit the need for later review or rework. Also, the Inspector acts as the quality expert on the production floor and will guide and advise operation associates, as needed, on cGMP's and Good Documentation Practices (GDPs) to ensure timely release of product or reaction to issues.
Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
When required, conducts approval of pre-start-up activities including line/room clearance, and initial equipment checks.
When required, performs in-process testing verification's of operations data to confirm consistency in testing methodology and test data.
Consistently reviews in-process batch documentation to ensure real-time compliance to product specifications, good documentation practices, company SOP's and cGMP's.
Discusses errors directly with line personnel so corrections can be made if required.
Confirms reconciliation/yield data for adherence to specifications and ensures that deviation reports are generated by responsible personnel if out-of-specifications are observed.
Reviews Production logbooks for accuracy and compliance.
Provide real-time guidance to line operations personnel pertaining to compliance to cGMP's by monitoring dress code, documentation practices, testing methods, and testing accuracy.
Collects data on FPQ and performs release of batch records.
Complies with company policies and procedures and maintains exceptional work attendance.
Performs daily compliance Audit for responsible areas within production.
Conducting duties in compliance with safety rules, applicable SOP's, and cGMP Guidelines.
Experience in the production process and/or environment
Experience with production equipment functionality, Quality Assurance Systems, and computer software, i.e. AS400, Captiva and PDM
Strong organizational skills, written, oral, interpersonal attention to detail skills
Intermediate to advanced computer knowledge of MS Office programs (Outlook, Excel, Word)
Understanding of mathematical functions, such as mean, median, average, and standard deviation is preferred
Physical ability to repetitively lift (up to 30 pounds), stand, bend, climb, etc. within an operations environment
Nature's Bounty Co. is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
Nature's Bounty Co. offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package, which includes health and dental plans, voluntary short-term and long-term disability, life insurance, flexible spending accounts, 401(k), tuition reimbursement, generous associate discounts and more!
Please contact Human Resources at 631-244-2120 if you should need a reasonable accommodation to submit your information for our on-line job postings.
Floor Supervisor/Rooms Inspector
Join our winning team. We are an industry leading brand, offer excellent health, dental, travel and many other benefits. We are looking for smart, energetic personalities to join the great associates that are already here.
Floor Supervisor/Rooms Inspector
Courtyard by Marriott Detroit Southfield
We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/Disabled/Veterans. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
The Floor Supervisor ensures associates promptly clean public areas and guest rooms are maintained, cleaned and inspected to standard for resale to incoming guests. Responsible for training associates on customer service, cleaning standards, and adherence to the department’s operations. Inspects rooms and assigned areas for cleanliness and maintenance.
Dealing with Ambiguity
Can effectively cope with change; can shift gears comfortably; can decide and act without having the total picture; isn’t upset when things are up in the air; doesn’t have to finish things before moving on; can comfortably handle risk and uncertainty.
Genuinely cares about people; is concerned about their work and non-work problems; is available and ready to help; is sympathetic to the plight of others not as fortunate; demonstrates real empathy with the joys and pain of others.
Is cool under pressure; does not become defensive or irritated when times are tough; is considered mature; can be counted on to hold things together during tough times; can handle stress; is not knocked off balance by the unexpected; doesn’t show frustration when resisted or blocked; is a settling influence in a crisis.
Relates well to all kinds of people – up, down, and sideways, inside and outside the organization; builds appropriate rapport; builds constructive and effective relationships; uses diplomacy and tact; can defuse even high-tension situations comfortably.
Requires working knowledge of Housekeeping and the hotel's services, policies and operations. Working knowledge is generally learned on-the-job.
Requires supervisory skills. Ability to communicate information and hotel services to management and guests. Moderate hearing necessary for one-on-one communication with guests and staff, telephone use.
Excellent vision necessary for quality inspection, review reports. Excellent speech communication skills for one-on-one communication with guests, telephone usage and two-way radio and associates. Excellent literacy necessary to interpret reports.
Lifting up to 50 lbs. of linen, supplies, furniture. Pushing up to 50 lbs., pushing housekeeping cart and vacuum cleaner.
Pulling up to 50 lbs., pulling housekeeping cart and vacuum cleaner. Carrying up to 35 lbs. of supplies. Bending -picking up supplies, cleaning guests rooms, turndown service, trash removal.
Occasional kneeling required. Mobility -continuous movement throughout hotel. Continuous standing
- 90% of shift. Climbing stairs, approximately 100 steps 3% of 8 hours.
Ladders -approximately 3 feet, 2% of 8 hour shift. No driving required.
High school education or equivalent experience.
Experience required by position is from one to two years of employment in a related position with this company or other organization(s).
Chemicals/Agents used: Cleaning chemicals, aerosol sprays used to perform function.
Back brace worn approximately 100% of 8 hour shift. Gloves worn 10% of 8 hour shift. Operation of vacuum cleaner, wet vac, trash receptacle, computer, computer printer, telephone, two-way radio, calculator.
Prolonged strenuous physical activity in indoor climate-controlled environment. Excessive heat and humidity in laundry. Inside 95% of shift.
Lead an effective team of 10-15 retail associates
Be on the ground to manage the store and be the point person for opening/closing, scheduling, zoning, and POS / customer troubleshooting
Track metrics to drive sales goals
Be the eyes and ears – report back on improvements that can be made to optimize sales and customer experience
Develop, coach and guide your team in establishing goals that drive performance
Define and demonstrate behaviors that enhance engagement, build enduring relationships, and represent Everlane at all times
Actively maintain clean and well presented shop appearance, keeping merchandise stocked and organized
Complete standard opening and closing procedure
1-2 years leadership experience in a retail setting
College credit or equivalent work experience
Exemplary customer service skills
Strong personal sense of style
Upbeat, passionate, and authentic
Strong communication skills that foster a transparent and positive team environment
Results-oriented and process driven, with high expectations of self and team
Capable of handling difficult customer facing conversations and interactions
Flexible schedule that will include working weekends, evenings, holidays, and special events
At Everlane, we're rethinking the way retail works. We have no middlemen taking their cut. Instead, we design our own luxury basics and sell them exclusively at a fraction of the traditional retail price. Since launching in November 2011, Everlane has attracted over 1,300,000 members and has been featured in The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Economist, Elle, and GQ.
Please note before submitting an application: as a company, we take hiring very seriously. Interviewing with Everlane may include video and phone interviews, written projects, and/or on-site interviews. Although we are unable to follow-up with each and every applicant, we do our best to run a thorough process for candidates with whom we identify a potential fit.
Everlane provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetics, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.
Nursing Assistant Oncology/Post-Surgical 5Th Floor 7P-7A FT
Assists nursing service personnel with a variety of patient care activities and related services necessary in caring for the personal needs and comfort of patients. Assists with personal hygiene, takes vital signs and changes bed linens.
May serve and collect food trays, provide for between-meal nourishment, and clean, sterilize, store and prepare other supplies. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Works under immediate supervision.
Typically reports to a registered nurse or supervisor.Requires a high school diploma or its equivalent and 0-2 years of related experience. Has knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field.
Cyber Security Analyst - Watch Floor
Vencore is a proven provider of information solutions, engineering and analytics for the U.S. Government. With more than 40 years of experience working in the defense, civilian and intelligence communities, Vencore designs, develops and delivers high impact, mission-critical services and solutions to overcome its customers most complex problems. Headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia, Vencore employs 3,800 engineers, analysts, IT specialists and other professionals who strive to be the best at everything they do. Vencore is an AA/EEO Employer - Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
Join Vencore in support of a future contract to provide network security services for an Intelligence Community customer to protect against outside threats. As a watch floor Cyber Security Analyst, you will be part of a 24/7 team of analyst serving on front line defenses of the customer's network infrastructure. Responsibilities include:
Monitor intrusion detection and prevention systems and other security event data sources on a 24x7x365 basis. Maintain a minimum of two (2) qualified analysts on each shift. Determine if security events monitored should be escalated to incidents and follow all applicable CIRT incident response and reporting processes and procedures.
Correlate data from intrusion detection and prevention systems with data from other sources such as firewall, web server, and other system generated logs/output.
Be responsible for tuning and filtering of events and information, creating custom views and content using all available tools following an approved methodology and with approval and concurrence from the COTR and CDD Staff management.
Work with and through CIRT management where applicable, to respond to Intelligence Community incident response, reporting, and action item requirements. Analysts will work together with all CDD personnel to develop relationships across industry, the federal government, and the Intelligence Community to maintain awareness and status of all relevant cyber defense initiatives, indicator lists, threat reports, incident response techniques, and cyber defense technologies to ensure that cyber defenses are effective and incorporating the best possible protections.
Provide effective analysis and recommendations on all cyber defense issues. With overall situational awareness in mind, Analysts shall provide reports and status with information that is relevant and actionable to keep CDD and CSG management informed and aware of all significant issues with recommendations on mitigations and remediation.
Be able to create and add user defined signatures, or custom signatures, to compensate for the lack of monitoring in threat areas as warranted by threat changes or as directed by COTR. This includes creating content in Arcsight/Splunk as needed.
Develop and implement a methodology using Arcsight Use Case UML processes and/or Splunk that identify procedures for correlating security events. Analysts should all be able to create custom content and develop new use cases to better correlate security event information.
A bachelor's degree in computer engineering, computer science, or other closely related IT discipline. If the candidate meets all of the qualifications, skills and experience for this labor category, but lacks a bachelor's degree, then a minimum of eight (8) years' of relevant work experience may be substituted for a bachelor's degree.
Minimum of three years' of progressively responsible experience in cyber security analysis, incident response, or related experience
DoD 8570 IAT Level I or higher certification.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills (i.e. the ability to problem solve; ask questions; and discover why things are happening)
Top Secret/SCI w/Poly
Experience with Hewlett-Packard's ARCSIGHT SIEM.
Experience with Splunk.
Experience with an industry leading Endpoint Detection and Response Tools such as but not limited to Carbon Black, EnCase Cybersecurity, or Tanium.
Experience with Intrusion Prevention Systems such as McAfee Network Security Manager, Sourcefire SNORT, or Palo Alto Wildfire.
Experience with a Case Management Tool such as JIRA or ServiceNow.
Manufacturing Quality Control Inspector - HSV
Abaco Systems is an acknowledged leader in rugged embedded computing, especially in the military/aerospace market. Our products are used in hundreds of mission critical applications, where the performance and reliability we deliver can be a matter of life and death.
We're growing fast: we've added substantially to our organization in roles across the board – and that expansion will continue. We're also growing by acquisition. Our strategy puts our customers front and center of everything we do: their success will drive our success.
If you see yourself being part of a growing organization that's making a real difference in the world, Abaco Systems is for you.
Quality Control Inspector (2nd Shift)
Performs inspections for QA team on production shop floor of mechanical and electronic components.
Mechanical inspection of product from suppliers according to documented processes. Includes physical inspection and paperwork inspection to verify conformance to requirements.
Requires demonstrated use of mechanical inspection hand tools and CMM.
Mechanical inspection is performed on chassis and other machined parts based on drawing requirements using precision measuring tools
Electronics inspection of incoming product from suppliers according to documented processes. Includes physical inspection and paperwork inspection to verify conformance to requirements.
Electronics inspection will include verification of components to engineering records, documentation requirements, and counterfeit avoidance inspections.
Identify and document results of inspections. Clearly communicating nonconformance's to specified requirements
Able to access and interpret engineering drawings, specifications, purchase orders, statement of work and standards to determine quality status.
Good organization skills and Microsoft Office software to accurately document and maintain associated paperwork and inspection results in a consistent and timely fashion
Provide QA floor support activities including participating in cost out activities, additional data collecting and maintaining Quality data storage
Identify and communicate continuous improvement opportunities for the quality program for customers internal and external.
Perform final inspection of completed product as needed.
High School diploma/GED, or college degree.
CCA Quality Inspector for at least 5 years.
Second Shift Quality Inspector
Ability to work on own and ability to make decisions.
IPC 7711/7712 Experience
Ability to Read and Understand Work instructions
Ability to Read and Understand Assembly Drawings.
Conformal Coating Inspection back ground
Proficient in using Microsoft Software, Excel, Word, Power Point
Extensive ability using microscopes for CCA Inspection.
Knowledge using SAP, Kronos, and Aegis Software.
J-STD-001, SMT, Hand load, Rework, Repair Experience
Knowledge on Shop Floor Mechanical Assemblies Inspections
Mechanical inspection experience would be nice
Ability to use Micrometers, and Calipers
Ability to read and understand build to print drawings
Strong self-discipline and integrity
Knowledge of manufacturing methodologies, Industry Standards, and Regulatory requirements
Knowledge of solid modeling or similar CAD software.
Team oriented with good written and verbal skills
Experience with ISO 9001, AS9100 or equivalent QMS standards
Certified to IPC-A-610, J-STD-001, or demonstrated equivalent expertise
Experience performing electrical inspections of printed circuit boards per IPC standards.
Conformal Coating inspection experience
At Abaco, we know that our people are our strength. We're a team with a common goal – and we're passionate about what we do, innovative, and open-minded. We're not just given responsibility – we're actively encouraged to make things happen. Oh, and – we have fun. If that sounds like your kind of organization – why not join us?
Abaco Systems prides itself on being an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Health And Wellbeing Floor Staff – West
Health and Wellbeing Floor Staff – West
Health and Wellbeing Floor Staff is responsible for creating a friendly, helpful, positive atmosphere for members using the Well-Being floor, building and strengthening relationships, scheduling facility and equipment orientation appointments, cultivating community, and motivating and supporting members with their health and well-being goals. All YMCA employees must have the ability to act in accordance with the Y core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility.
|Starting Wage Range:||$9.66 - $12.08|
|Must be at least 18 years old. Must have current CPR certification or the ability to obtain within 45 days of hire. Must have understanding of foundational fitness and equipment, basic human anatomy and physiology, and strength and conditioning. Must be outgoing and willing to engage and work with members and other staff in an encouraging and positive manner. Experience in customer service is preferred. Be able to work independently and as part of a team. Preference will be given to candidates with Personal Training certification.|
|This is a part time position with up to 10 hours per week. Must have the ability to work varying schedule/times/shifts, as scheduling/shifts are subject to change.|
Current schedule includes Monday-Wednesday 4:45AM - 8:00AM, with the opportunity to pick up sub shifts. Please indicate your availability on application.
Position may include walking and standing for an extended periods of time, as well as kneeling, crouching, squatting and bending. Must have the ability to lift at least 50 lbs in weight.
All interested staff must submit a resume and a letter of interest stating your skills and knowledge that would qualify you for this position.
External Candidates must complete an application and submit a resume. If you have any questions regarding the position please visit our website at www.ymcatvidaho.org or contact email@example.com.
Vans PT Floor Supervisor (428 Outlet Shoppes Of The Bluegrass, Simpsonville, KY)
Vans: Be a Part of the Original
"It was never about waving the brand like a flag, it was always about the people" – Paul Van Doren
Vans is the original action sports footwear company rooted in authenticity and creativity. Founded in 1966, Vans has thrived on a legacy of impacting our greater community through Vans' four pillars: action sports, music, art and street culture. We are constantly inspired by the expressive creators within our company and community as they bring new and innovative perspectives to help shape and transform the future of our business.
At Vans our culture sets us apart and it influences everything we do. Everything we do supports creativity and we are driven by our five values. We are determined. We are connected to our consumers and to each other. We are inclusive. We are expressive and Fun. And most of all, we are a family.
Vans is a subsidiary of VF, the world's largest apparel and footwear company comprised of over 30 brands. We are the leading drivers of retail as our global footwear, apparel and accessory brand is available in 170 countries worldwide. As we continue to expand, we take great measures in developing and growing our people.
Vans is founded on a culture of learning. We take great pride in our ability to facilitate learning opportunities to our field leaders and store employees through a blend of on-the-job training, workshops and self-paced online learning. Each employee is empowered to take ownership of their development, and encouraged to take advantage of the tools that make the most impact on their personal growth and the growth of the business.
By joining the Vans family, you will be immersed into an environment of incredibly supportive and collaborative people. We work very hard across a multitude of large initiatives to bring the Van Doren spirit to life. We live for what we do.
Floor Supervisor: Become the Newest Member of the Vans Family
As the Floor Supervisor, you will support the Store Manager with the execution of the daily business, customer engagement, store operations, talent supervision, and merchandising standards in the store. You are an important member of the store leadership team whose primary role is supervising store staff and ensuring the highest level of customer engagement and sales results are achieved. You will foster a positive work environment that ensures both internal and external customer satisfaction while maximizing productivity and profitability. Additionally, you will provide sales-related feedback and coach daily performance for associates. As a member of the leadership team, you may assume responsibility for the store in the absence of another manager which includes some opening and closing duties as determined by the needs of the business. Most importantly, you will embody the Van Doren Spirit and will be a passionate and fun leader who meets the needs of our loyal customers.
How You Will Make a Difference:
Sales and Supervision: Assists in maximizing store sales and achieving store sales goals. Monitors sales progress and results against key targets. Leads an environment of productivity by leading the customer engagement on the sales floor and providing coaching and feedback to associates around customer engagement. Assists in executing the management of labor and payroll expenses to maximize sales and productivity under the direction of the Store Manager.
Brand Experience/Customer Service: Ensures excellence in customer service in the store by modeling brand specific service standards as well as by monitoring customer feedback and responding to and addressing all customer concerns quickly. Ensures that store team is engaging with each customer to create an authentic brand experience. Leads and inspires customer-centric culture by proving direct feedback and supervision of the associates the in-store experience.
Coaching Team: Provides coaching to the store team in the core areas of customer engagement and sales results. Ensures store team receives relevant, timely feedback, coaching, and redirection that enables their success.
Operations: Monitors that all company and store policies and procedures are followed and reports concerns directly to the Store Manager. Under the direction of the Store Manager, monitors and maintains store operations standards and delegates tasks to associates as needed to maintain operational excellence.
Visual Merchandising: Ensures the visual merchandising standards for the store are maintained.
Human Resource Management: Under the direction of the Store Manager, assists in supervising and coaching a high-performing team of customer focused associates. Coaches and provides sales-related feedback to the team. Regularly communicates any associate concerns directly to the Store Manager or Human Resources as necessary. Supports the Open Door Policy.
Loss Prevention, Safety, and Compliance: Under the direction of the Store Manager, monitors compliance and adherence to policies and procedures, standards and practices, and company directives. Protects company assets. Monitors compliance with company safety, security, and shrink avoidance policies and programs. Reacts quickly to all customer and employee injuries and partners with Store Manager, District Manager, and Human Resources immediately.
Professional Conduct: Models behavior that respects the background, experience, and cultural differences of others, while upholding the integrity and values of the VF Corporation and Vans.
Skills for Success:
Educational/ Position Requirements:
Associated Degree (AA) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school preferred but not required; or two years related retail or service-oriented experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
1+ year(s) in a fast paced retail environment
Ability to coach and motivate a team to exceed sales and profit results
Ability to meet business goals by driving results through store team
Regularly interacts with the public in an often crowded and noisy interactive store environment
Operate office equipment and technology (i.e., computers, phones, fax, copier, etc.)
Standing required for entire work shift
Bend, lift, open, and move product up to 50 pounds as needed
Travel (less than 10% of time)
Coaching and Developing Others
- Customer Focus
Driving for Results
Shift Supervisor RN - 6Th Floor Med/Surg - Full-Time 12 Hour Nights
Join this world-class team providing highly-specialized care, up-to-the-minute research and innovative clinical trials.Statement of Purpose:The Shift Supervisor is a Registered Nurse with recognized leadership abilities and sound clinical skills who will actively supervise a designated nursing station on a designated shift. Reporting to the Clinical Coordinator, and working collaboratively with the Coordinator and the Nursing Director, the Shift Supervisor is responsible for staffing, scheduling, problem-solving, performance improvement, job performance evaluation, setting expectations, working with Directors and preceptors in the orientation and training of new employees, and other supervisory responsibilities of a similar nature.
LEADERSHIP•Makes appropriate decisions and is able to provide rational explanation.•Investigates issues and incidents and follows- up with director and others as needed.•Reviews all Notifications Forms prior to submission to Director for patterns or trends of staff. Reviews this information periodically with Director.•Bases decisions on potential impact to others and the organization.•Listens, remains open-minded, and is approachable•Demonstrates collaborative behavior.•Demonstrates effective problem solving skills.•Escalates issues to Nursing Director or higher as needed, ensures staff follow chain of command.•Manages conflict constructively.•Interacts with others in a constructive manner, encourages expression of ideas, and displays respect for differing opinions.•Role models professional behavior and customer service.•Collaboratively coordinates patient care and services with other departments.•Attends and contributes in Nursing Leadership Council.•Ensures a clean, neat environment, and keeps up with necessary structural/cosmetic repairs, in collaboration with the director.HUMAN RESOURCES•Evaluates staff on clinical performances, coaches staff during year and completes annual performance review documentation and submits to Nursing Director.•As requested, delivers performance evaluations directly to staff.•Performs counseling with staff as needed.
Develops performance improvement action plans with Nursing Director as needed.•Works with Shift Supervisors to ensure monitoring of attendance, overtime usage, and missed Kronos punches, independently counsels/coaches staff.•Monitors the Shift Supervisors performance and their implementation of action plans for improvement of clinical care or other administrative areas. Coaches/counsels Shift Supervisors as needed.•Leads all orientation of new staff to department, ensures all paperwork is current and complete with submission to HR.•Conducts 30, 60 and 90 day evaluation of new staff in collaboration with the Nursing Director. Ensures any problem areas of performance are addressed with the new employee prior to the 90 day evaluation.•Leads all education of department staff in collaboration with the Education Department, ensuring all paperwork is completed or Healthstream modules completed by staff and self.ORGANIZATION•Manages own time effectively.
Able to organize and prioritize responsibilities•Manages organization of Shift Supervisors and assists as needed with guidance on organizing of shift work.•Regularly monitors all overtime with Shift Supervisors and coaches/counsels staff. Provides regular reports to nursing director with action plans for improvement.BUDGET•Manages the staffing per budgeted unit hours per patient day and provides monthly updates to Nursing Director on any deviations.•Ensures the Shift Supervisors flex staff as needed for census fluctuations and changes in patient care needs.•Reviews unit needs for additional/new supplies per physician request, ensures Nursing Director receives regular reports.•Monitors equipment needs and repairs in collaboration with the director.REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS•Knowledgeable in Title 22 requirements, DNV regulations, CMS regulations or other regulatory agencies. Educates staff to regulations and provides guidance to Shift Supervisors as needed.•Provides regular reports to Nursing Director of staff practice/care and coaches /counsels staff as needed.CLINICAL SUPPORT•Evaluates staff performance against policy and standards in discussion with Shift Supervisors.•Assists Shift Supervisors with interventions and evaluations for care need.•Serves as a resource for all staff and provides direction for clinical follow-through.oEnsures hourly rounding and walking report occurs.oEnsures all clinical practices are monitored for adherence to policies or standards and coaches/counsels staff.•Leads clinical projects for improvement of care and creates audit tools for monitoring of projects. Collates information gathered by staff and creates reports for Nursing Directors.REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS:Stays current with knowledge of the following and regularly updates staff on changes or reviews information with new hires.•National Patient Safety Goalso Patient identifierso Unapproved abbreviationso Universal Protocol (Procedural Time Out)o Hand-Offo Medication Reconciliationo Clinical Alarms•Hazardous waste managemento Biohazardo Medicationo Sharps•HIPAA•OSHA requirements (i.e. no food or drink in clinical areas)•Continuous survey readiness
Critical Values (Write Down, Read Back, Follow up)•Telephone order (Appropriate, Documented, Signed, Timed and Dated)•Maintains safe practice in the work environment•Correct body mechanics, Electrical safety, Infection Control Procedures including Hand Washing.DOCUMENTATIONMonitors documentation and provides regular reports to Nursing Director on noncompliance with action plan.QUALITY MEASURES•Accurately identifies patients that fit Core Measure criteria, provides concurrent review of care and immediately identifies potential fall outs and intervenes to ensure goal of 100% compliance is reached.•Reviews all Great Catch forms and discusses issues with staff, completes follow up paperwork for submission to Great Catch Champion Committee after Director approval.•Champions the processes and projects related to Nurse Sensitive Quality Indicators.STAFFING•Ensures Shift Supervisors prepare staff schedules with staff input and that all schedules are balanced and fair.•Ensures all assignments are based upon patient acuity and staff competence, and adjusts assignments as needed with Shift Supervisors.•Ensures Shift Supervisors assign break/lunch times and ensures staff relief. Coaches/counsels staff who are noncompliant with proper notification of any overtime.PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT•Active member in professional hospital/nursing activities.o Nursing committees/councils (co-chairs)o Hospital Teamso Unit Based ProjectsEDUCATIONEnsures patient/family education is provided, creates new tools for education as needed.LENGTH OF STAY•Concurrently reviews all patients with LOS outside norm and discusses with unit Case Manager plans for continuing care.•Attends Utilization Review committee as needed for LOS issues identified and provides input to solutions.EQUIPMENTEnsures all staff utilize patient care equipment appropriately and safely according to manufacture guidelines•IV pump•Feeding pump•PCA pump•Epidural pump•Sequential compression device•Wound VAC•Heating pad/pumpCOMMUNICATIONCommunicates effectively with all members of the healthcare team including patient and family:•Physician Rounds•Patient/family interactions•Multidisciplinary Rounds•Ensures Hand-Off report occurs with all staff•Uses Facility E-mail to provide information or updates to staff
Rounds on patients, reviews care plans, discusses satisfaction with care. Coaches/counsels staff on repetitive issues and reviews trends or patterns with Nursing Director.INTERVENTIONEnsures all tasks are delegated based on others' scope of practices and competency.Ensures staff knowledge regarding their role as a patient advocate.Monitors all restraint use and ensures Shift Supervisor is reviewing care needs every shift.•Ensures alternative non-restraint measures first.•Provides second tier review.•Ensures complete MD assessment per policy.•Ensures patient monitoring per policy by rounding with Shift Supervisor and observing care.•Ensures Restraint Audit Form is completed each shift, collates information and analyzes data.•Coaches/counsels staff on incomplete or incorrect charting.Follows policies and procedures; demonstrates ability to access online manuals and educates staff to same.Transfers learned scientific knowledge into practical application in applying the Nursing Process.
Benner Model – seen as proficient. Continues learning by article review and discussion of same with staff.ASSESSMENTReviews patient acuity over time for changes in patient population served, participates in annual review of Patient Classificaton system.DIAGNOSISEducates staff to Nursing Diagnosis – proficient in EMR documentation.PLANProficient in EMR documentation regarding plans of care; provides input to add or subtract from EMR templates.The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.
Minimum Education: - Eligibility, as defined the California Board of Nursing, to sit for the Registered Nurse licensing examination.
Minimum Experience: Five years' experience in an acute care setting (based on unit definition). Supervisory experience required.
Minimum Field of Expertise: - Valid California Registered Nursing license.
Specialty certification preferred.
Current BCLS Certification.
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This is an evening shift position - 2pm to 10pm Job Description
Performs duties necessary for floor maintenance for the Director of
Environmental Services or designee.
Duties of the Job
All employees of McKendree Village, Inc. are expected to exemplify the principles of Quality Loving Care to each person with whom you interact. The six principles of QLC are:
- SERVICE: Making those served the highest priority
- OWNERSHIP: Having a sense of ownership
- PROFESSIONALISM: Exhibiting professional conduct
- CONFIDENTIALITY: Respecting privacy and confidentiality
- COMMUNICATION: Communicating effectively
- COMMITMENT: Being committed to all persons at McKendree
Strip, wax, polish, and scrub all floors in hallways, residents rooms, storage areas, offices and public areas.
Maintain rugs and carpets in hallways, residents' rooms, offices and public areas.
Operate power equipment; scrubbers, buffers, vacuum cleaners, shampoo extraction equipment and broom and mop.
Move furniture and equipment necessary to clean or maintain area.
Assist in moving resident and office furniture as needed.
Assist with trash removal from resident rooms, offices and public areas to dumpster.
Respect privacy and dignity of residents.
Perform other work related duties as may be assigned by the Director of Environmental Services.
Ability to understand chemical labels and other instructions.
Ability to understand and follow directions given.
Ability to work with minimal supervision.
Three to six months experience in floor care.
Proven ability to operate floor care equipment.
Ability to push, lift & move 80 to 100 lbs.
Must have eyesight good enough to see dirt and dust.
Must be able to handle and properly mix chemicals.
High school education or G.E.D.
Ability to read and understand written labels and instructions.
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