Clinical Nurse Triage Leader-SCG
Catholic Medical Center | Manchester, NH
The Employer has temporarily removed this postingPRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the direction of the Executive Director and within established policies and procedures the incumbent performs the following functions:
Provides clinical and technical leadership to supervise, direct, schedule and assign the work of the clinical nursing staff. Serves as a role model to staff. Functions as staff nurse, as outlined in staff nurse job description, approximately 70% of time. Assesses clinical competency of clinical staff members relative to patient acuity and case complexity. Provides staff with guidance, policies, procedures, and opportunities for education and development. Outlines the scope of authority as well as job responsibilities of employees under supervision. Provides leadership and direction to the clinical staff. Fosters professional growth. Evaluates clinical performance based on individual and department goals and objectives. Ensures SCG staff function in accordance with JCAHO and other applicable standards of care. Provides leadership for ongoing development and administration of standards of care, practice, policy and protocol. Complies with, enforces and evaluates established company and departmental policies and procedures. Interviews and recommends selection of candidates for employment. Recommends personnel actions, including but not limited to, hiring, transferring, suspending, counseling, disciplining, discharging, assigning, rewarding or adjusting grievances involving personnel. Facilitates the development and implementation of meaningful quality assurance monitoring and performance improvement plans. Researches techniques and technology for increasing efficiency, quality and cost of effectiveness of services. Participates in strategic planning, establishes departmental goals, develops new service plans and makes recommendations in budget preparations for improvements in surgical services. Develops and maintains competency based orientation plan for new clinical staff. Directs the orientation and training of new clinical staff as required. Maintains inventory and equipment for the outpatient cardiology service. Rotates stock to eliminate outdated items. Evaluates new and existing equipment for performance, cost effectiveness and the ability to provide state of the art services.
Education: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) or equivalent.
Experience: At least five (5) years progressive, relevant professionalexperience with at least
(1) year in management/supervisory positions.
Certification:Valid RN license in the State of New Hampshire.