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Texas Health Resources Administrative Supervisor-PRN in Frisco, Texas

Texas Health Frisco seeks to hire an Administrative Supervisor-PRN to work as needed in Nursing Administration.

The address is 12400 Dallas Parkway, Frisco, TX 75033

Salary range is Min. $40.89/hr to Max. $61.24/hr – based on relevant experience

Work Schedule

Rotation shift; as needed; Shifts are 6:00 AM-6:00 PM or 6:00 PM-6:00 AM-12 hour shifts including weekdays and weekends

Essential Functions


• Represents facility administration after business hours and on weekends

• Promotes shared decision making through collaborative/consultative relationships with nursing administration, department leadership, general nursing staff and other department staff

• Rounds throughout the facility on a frequent (at least 2 times/12 hours shift) and consistent basis

• Acts as a central source for information for all staff

• Serves as a resource for problem solving, decision-making, and policy interpretation, consistently making judgments based on reliable critical thinking and that are evidence-based

• Collaborates with patient care leadership to facilitate resolution of staff and patient needs

• Responds to emergency situations such as Codes and RRTs

• Responds to emergency, rapid response or clinically complex events and serves as a clinical leader during the emergency situations. Assures that resources are allocated to meet the patient/visitor needs and the evaluation for the code is done promptly.

• Communication with other care providers is timely, accurate, and complete

• Demonstrates a positive, supportive role when a change is being introduced and implemented

• Guides staff through various steps of change and positively reinforces their efforts

• Role models the THR Professional Practice Model and Promise Behaviors.


• Facilitates appropriate utilization of beds, assuring that patient needs, diagnosis, and acuity are appropriately matched to the unit scope of service, level of care and assigned nursing competency/skill

• Utilizes bed tracking systems and other methods to meet timely assignment of beds and minimal delays, where applicable

• Assures that resources are allocated to care for admitted patients waiting in the ED for a room to become available; rounds on these patients frequently to assure that appropriate level of care is being delivered and implementation of admit orders is not delayed

• Coordinates and approves appropriate transfers from other facilities in a timely manner through Patient Logistics Transfer Center

• Attends all bed management meetings as appropriate for the shift worked

• Troubleshoots issues and barriers to expedient placement of patients


• Responds to patient, visitor and physician concerns

• Mediates conflicts between care givers

• Facilitates conflict resolution amongst family members of patients as necessary

• Serves as a patient advocate including implementation of Service Recovery (HEART) activities when indicated

• Demonstrates cultural awareness communication and decisions

• Demonstrates supportive skills in supporting patients and families at the end of life


• Supports units with staffing variances and coverage based on unit/acuity staffing plan

• Informs unit management of staffing or human resource concerns

• Rounds on unit or departments consistently

• Assists with facilitating meal breaks

• Calls for help from Central Staffing or Hospital/Neighborhood staffing

• Is vigilant for the possibility of mandatory overtime, assuring that it does not occur

• Mentors and supports staff

• Supports staff compliance to human resource policies

• Clarifies and supports all policies governing behaviors and on the job injuries

• Assists in orientation and development of staff and new leaders

• Keeps staff informed of new developments, new policies, and other change issues

• Communicates observations and concerns about staff performance to managers and directors

• Serves as employee health after hours/weekends


• Continues professional education and growth through formal and informal means

• Seeks learning opportunities for professional growth and role enhancement

• Continues to develop nursing knowledge and skills as well as management and leadership knowledge and skills

• Active participation in Nursing/Hospital Committee

• Complies with hospital policies, the Nurse Practice Act and the ANA Code of Ethics

• Promotes and demonstrates the professional image of nursing in demeanor, appearance, attitude and behavior

• Recognizes and promptly communicates ethical and legal concerns through established channels of communication

• For Central Staffing Administrative Supervisors, requirement includes deployment without exception based upon entity demand


• Assists in the identification of ineffective and costly processes and takes action to improve those processes

• Incorporates evidence-based practice and research to monitor and continuously impact outcomes

• Provides evidence of participation in process improvement activities

• Assumes responsibility for/participates in projects to improve care

• Works one-on-one with other departments to resolve issues

• Has a strong knowledge-base of regulatory standards; identifies non-compliance during rounding; and initiates correction as appropriate

• Participates in TJC constant readiness activities

• Enforces staff adherence to safety goals in care delivery.

• Safety checklists/quality controls are completed are required.

• Models the use of High Reliability Organization (HRO) tools in everyday practice and situations and encourages staff to do the same

• Assists with the development of and serves as a resource to others for new systems and entity based initiatives.

• Supports ongoing support of these changes.


The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications


Associate's Degree; Graduate of an accredited Nursing program. (Completion of BSN within two years of earliest start date in a Texas Health RN role is required without a previously approved exemption. Please contact your Human Resources department for additional information or questions) required

Bachelor's Degree Nursing preferred


Five (5) years experience as a clinical nurse with previous experience as a charge nurse or similar leadership role (i.e. Charge nurse, committee chair, preceptor) required

Three (3) years Emergency and/or critical care nursing preferred

Licenses and Certifications

RN - Registered Nurse upon hire required and

ACLS - Advanced Cardiac Life Support upon hire required and

BCLS - Basic Cardiac Life Support upon hire required and

CPI - Crisis Prevention Intervention Training within sixty (60) days required


• Practices within the regulations of the Texas Nurse Practice Act.

• Proactive problem-solving skills, good interpersonal, verbal, written and computer skills.

• Excellent prioritization skills.

Why Texas Health Resources?

Texas Health Resources and UT Southwestern Medical Center have collaborated to build a new health care campus in Frisco that includes a hospital, medical office building, parking garage, green space and many amenities, including a walking trail and café. Texas Health Hospital Frisco is a health care campus designed to be a destination for the residents of Frisco and surrounding communities. Texas Health Frisco Hospital is a 73-bed full-service facility that includes surgical, imaging services, women and children’s services. The hospital will also have a 24-hour emergency department, a neonatal intensive care unit level II, orthopedics, Med-Surg and critical care. Texas Health Frisco will be hiring 300 employees including nursing, surgical, respiratory, imaging, therapy, pharmacy, materials management, patient care techs, quality, risk, engineering, security, and patient access. Additionally, UT Southwestern is planning on bringing the following specialties to the campus: neurosciences, orthopedic surgery, oncology, ENT, and pediatric subspecialties. We invite you to join us in furthering your career and our accomplishments and philosophy of excellence.

Texas Health Highlights

• 2019 FORTUNE Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For®” (5th year in a row)

• 2019 Becker's Healthcare "150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare" (5th year in a row)

• Employees’ Choice “Best Places to Work” by Glassdoor (2018 and 2019)

Employment opportunities are only reflective of wholly owned Texas Health Resources entities.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employees or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.