I have worked as a 3-11 supervisor in LTC. I think your responsibilities will differ from facility to facility. I was not scheduled to work the floor in addition to supervising, except in the rare event that there was absolutely not enough staff to cover the floor. I got report on the house, did scheduling for the shift, assisted in emergent clinical situations as well as problems involving families which was one of my major responsibilities, and contacted my DON or appropriate department head with any problems....for example, contacting maintenance with any problems with the building. I was willing to help floor staff with patient care during busy times or when staffing was short.....however, jumping in to help too much can encourage staff to rely too much on your help. Helping them greatly encourages their cooperation though.That's a boundary that I never quite managed completely. 3-11 LTC supervisor is a very responsible position, but you don't have to worry as much about the day to day stuff like passing meds, treatments, documentation, etc. If you have a good staff, it can be a very rewarding job.