The Nurse Manager is a responsible for ensuring that subordinate nursing personnel provide timely nursing care which complies with generally accepted standards of clinical practice.
This includes the authority to accept, amend or reject the work of subordinates.
In addition, to be eligible for head nurse pay, individuals in the assignment must have continuing responsibilities for all the following functions:
Nurse Manager Duties-ICU Uses expert clinical judgment in the delivery of care resulting in a positive impact/improvement at the program and/or service level.
Guides staff in the implementation of the nursing process and evaluation of patient care outcomes.
Organizes care delivery in collaboration with the interdisciplinary team in a manner that promotes continuity and accountability for patient care.
Is innovative and self-directed in developing and implementing complex and sophisticated programs for optimizing patient care and enhanced management of resources.
Actively participates in the development of Service Line/Service philosophy, objectives, policies, and procedures.
Is responsible for assuring that philosophy, objectives and necessary policies and procedures are implemented.
Proactively implements procedures and monitors compliance by staff members.
Initiates and implements corrective actions as indicated.
Effectively manages assigned resources and identifies creative strategies to increase efficiency within area(s) and program.
Evaluates unit-based staffing needs in terms of quantity and practice level of personnel required.
Prepares reports and analyzes data to assure resources are efficiently used, while providing quality care in assigned area(s).
Takes a leadership role in providing input and participating in the budgetary process at the area(s) and service level.
Collaborates with other professionals to participate in recruitment and retention of quality staff.
Appropriately guides and counsels staff with supervisory consultation.
Addresses performance issues and conduct problems in a timely manner.
Completes performance appraisals and proficiency reports in a timely manner allowing for staff participation with the evaluation process.
Recognizes and rewards positive performance and outcomes.
Demonstrates positive communication skills and behaviors that promote cooperation and team work with internal and external customers.
Mentors less experienced Nurse Managers, other RNs in expanded roles, and/or students.
Work Schedule:
30am- 4:
00pm (off tour shift hours may be required at times to fulfill Nurse Manager responsibilities)Functional Statement Title/#:

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