Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge Hospital
  • Maryland Heights, MO, USA
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Full benefits, Paid Time Off, 403(b)

Ranken Jordan is the country's first pediatric bridge hospital. Inpatients and outpatients with complex medical conditions, injuries and illnesses come to our one-of-a-kind facility from throughout the region to get better faster and prepare for the transition back to home.

We are GROWING and our new expansion is now complete!   We are looking for amazing new EMPLOYEES like you! 

A Peek Behind the Room Divider:

  • Founded in 1941 by Mary Ranken Jordan who implored her staff to "...consider the children, first, in all that we do." These words still guide every employee, every day.
  • Our guiding mission is to help kids and their families' transition from hospital to home. That means we practice world-class pediatric medicine to treat the symptoms but we also train parents and caregivers to provide a high-level of care at home so patients continue to progress after discharge
  • "Care Beyond the Bedside" means that our kids receive their therapies and rehab away from their rooms and out of their beds as much as 70% of the day. The rest of the time, they are playing just being kids in our state of the art facility designed to inspire children!
  • In 2002 we opened our current 34 inpatient hospital in Maryland Heights, MO. In February we completed a 78,000 sq. ft. addition to double our inpatient beds to 60+ and expand our outpatient practice.
  • We also offer Community Programs that provide wonderful recreational and educational programs for all kids and their families...at no charge!


Ranken Jordan is looking for a full time Nursing Supervisor (12 hour shifts). We are currently looking for 2 day supervisors and 1 overnight supervisor.  In this role you will supervise the inpatient nursing department during the assigned shift.  Ensures policies and procedures are followed; maintains and improves the level of patient care and the standards of care of the inpatient nursing department; assures compliance with established standards and practices and regulatory requirements by all nursing personnel.  Carries out special assignments as directed by the Nurse Manager(s) and/or the Director of Nursing.


  • The Nurse Supervisor will be able and expected to perform to all duties and responsibilities set forth in the job description of the Staff RN. 


  • The Nurse Supervisor provides the leadership and supervisory ability necessary to assure the inpatient nursing department operates at full potential.
  • Demonstrates excellent communication skills.
  • Uses appropriate chain-of-command.
  • Follows through on problems that may compromise patient care.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of work routines on all shifts and supports a cohesive 24-hour team responsibility to patient care. 


  • Demonstrate excellent communication skills, solicit input from team members, maintain open lines of communication between the team and demonstrate positive communication with other departments.
  • Communicates effectively with patients, physicians, health care facilities, peers and other members of the health care team to maximize successful patient outcomes.
  • Interacts effectively with patients, families and/or other care givers to promote customer satisfaction.
  • Demonstrates administrative support when changes and/or decisions are announced.
  • Meets with the Nurse Manager(s) on a regular basis to provide support and to listen to concerns.
  • Acts as a patient advocate by focusing health care team members on the patient's goals.
  • In collaboration with HR, the Nurse Manager and/or Administrator of Nursing, provide counseling and support for nursing staff, including anecdotal information and/or formal counseling when appropriate.
  • Support staff through professional expertise and training. 
  • Facilitate development of critical thinking, clinical judgment in team members through role modeling, teaching, coaching, mentoring, and meaningful feedback.     
  • Uses constructive approach to giving feedback on the delivery of patient care to employees on all shifts.
  •  Identifies behaviors and/or practices of employees that support or inhibit carrying out the goals of Ranken Jordan needed to deliver high quality patient care and responds as indicated.
  • Maintains a high level of integrity and confidentiality in addressing employee issues.
  • Evaluate and review nursing services staff as assigned in collaboration with Nurse Manager(s).
  • Meets with the Nurse Manager(s) and/or Administrator of Nursing on a regular basis to provide support and to listen to concerns.
  • Acts as a patient advocate by focusing health care team members on the patient's goals. 


  • Ensures patient staffing patterns follow the Nursing Matrix.
  • Uses critical thinking, keeping patient acuity in mind, when deviating away from the Nursing Matrix.  Is accountable for changes to the Nursing Matrix.
  • Informs the Nurse Manager(s) and/or Administrator of Nursing of equipment needs and ensures all appropriate paperwork is completed.
  • Informs Director of Respiratory of equipment needs. 


  • Assist Nurse Manager(s) and/or the Administrator of Nursing in the development and review of department policies and procedures.
  • Recommends changes in policies/procedures.
  • Promotes staff awareness of updated information or changes in policy/procedure and introduction of new policies/procedures.
  • Assists with identifying, implementing, monitoring and reporting quality assurance opportunities.
  • Participates in Nursing Shared Leadership Council
  • Attends education programs as deemed mandatory by nursing department policies.
  • Annually plans, implements, and evaluates personal goals and objectives with Director of Nursing.
  • Utilizes current nursing literature, both clinical and managerial, to improve performance.
  • Has progress meetings with Nurse Manager (s) and Administrator of Nursing as scheduled. 


  • Must have three years of nurse leadership experience (ie: Charge Nurse, Nurse Manager, House Supervisor, etc.).
  • Three (3) to five (5) years RN experience required.
  • Experience in Pediatrics preferred.
  • Current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Missouri required.
  • Current Basic Life Support (BLS) from the American Heart Association required.
  • Current PALS certification or completion within 6 months required.
  • CPI training upon hire and refresher every other year required. 


These include stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, grasping, pulling, pushing, standing, carrying, and lifting of light loads (up to 35 lb.).

 Ranken Jordan is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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