So you job involves assessing patients and charting your observations plus supervision? Sounds like a nursing job. Just because your job may not involve ther TASKS, doesn't mean you aren't gaining experience. When you decide on a new job, you will need to explain your assessment skills. TASKS such as changing a trach, suctioning, G-tube care, drawing blood are all TASKS that can be learned by anyone and are not unique to a nursing scope of practice. If you know how to listen to breath sounds, prioritze care, recognize that there is a change in your patient status that needs more attention, can complete you assessment and charting in timley fasion (time management), and anticpate needs..... those are nursing skills. Tasks can be taught to anyone such as parents, PCT/CNAs, other staff.
It sounds like this may give you a good base of skill. What are thing that you like to do, not everyone needs to work in a hospital. I know of someone whose only clinical time in a hospital was during nursing school clinicals, this RN now works in community clinics and has their entire clinical career. Could they start an IV? Maybe, but can they assess needs and access to care and barriers unique to the community? Absolutely. Nursing Skills are unique to the position and place of employment. There is no such thing as losing skills, skills are utilized in a variety of settings, the most important skill you have is assessment.