Hi all! I am hoping get some insight and advice here. I am currently working bedside at a local hospital, but recently went part-time and am hoping to pick up another part-time job to work both. I applied to a rehab center for an RN position. When I was interviewed, I was told that all RN jobs were supervisor positions - which, while surprised, I understood. However, I was also told that one RN supervises the entire building (LPNs, CNAs, residents, etc). There are no other RNs, even though the building can house over 100 residents. Should anything go wrong, I would be the one calling the shots. Now I'm still a new nurse, this year will make my 2nd year as an RN. I am not entirely comfortable with the idea of a leadership position, especially when I would be the only RN. My questions are 1) is this how RN supervisors typically function (1 RN to an ENTIRE building)? 2) is this safe? Are there any laws in place as to how many RNs should be in a unit/building given X number of staff? 3) if staffing isn't adequate, and since I'm in charge of staffing, should - God forbid - harm come to a patient, would this jeopardize my license? Hope all of that makes sense! Thanks so much in advance for any advice/wisdom!