Greenwood Leflore Hospital: Nurse Manager
Company: Greenwood Leflore Hospital
Posted on: September 2, 2020
Job DescriptionGreenwood Leflore Hospital Job Description &
Performance Appraisal Nurse Manager Job Purpose: The Nurse Manager
of ICCU is accountable and responsible twenty-four hours a day for
managing and guiding all activities of the ICCU, including but not
limited to, the staff, environment and patients. In addition, the
Director is held accountable for functioning within the units'
budget by using cost-effective methods while maintaining safe
quality patient care incorporating the JC standards. This position
requires the promotion of and adherence to the organization's
established Compliance Program and Standards of Conduct and is
accountable for the Patient Satisfaction program for the units. The
Director demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide
care appropriate to the age of the patients served; also
demonstrates knowledge of the principles of growth and development
and possesses the ability to assess data reflective of the
patient's status and interprets the appropriate information needed
to identify each patient's requirements reflective to his/her age
specific needs. Essential Job Qualifications: 1. Education: BSN
preferred, Associated Degree in Nursing Minimum. 2. Experience:
Three years post graduate progress in nursing, with demonstrated
leadership behaviors. Must be able to clinically participate in all
components of the nursing process specific to the unit. 3.
Training: Graduate from accredited school of nursing 4. Licensure:
Current registration in the State of MS as Registered Nurse Job
Specific Contacts: 1. Job Reports to: (title) Associate Director of
Nursing 2. Job Provides direction to: (title) Charge Nurse, Staff
Nurse, LPN, FS, CNA, MA Americans with Disabilities Act
Requirements 1. Environmental Demands & Exposure to Hazards: a.
Exposure to blood & body fluids, hazardous materials & waste, and
airborne diseases. b. Occasional but repetitive exposure to
unpleasant or disagreeable working conditions, i.E., odors, dirt,
grease, oil, noise, fluctuations in temperature. 2. Essential
Physical Demands of the Job: Must be able to frequently sit, stand,
and/or walk for up to 8 12 hours. Must be able to bend knees,
reach, twist, crawl, and climb. Must be able to use both hands and
both feet at all times. Essential Mental Demands of the Job: A
frequent volume of work and deadlines impose stress Interviews and
hires unit candidates. Formulates and monitors staff schedules.
Implements changes to schedule, when Completes annual performance
evaluations of unit staff. Develops and manages In compliance with
the Hospital's progressive discipline policy, administers Oversees
the orientation of new employees. Assigns preceptors and evaluates
Maintains a competent staff through yearly competency programs.
Provides constructive feedback to co-workers regarding professional
practice Practices an assertive communication style that
demonstrates trust, honesty, Establishes and maintains collegial
relationship with other health care providers. Maintains
departmental communications on a day to day basis for effective
Recognizes areas for potential problems and develops a plan of
action as indicated. Participates in the developmental of unit
goals and objectives. Completes all assignments in a timely manner.
on routine basis. Ability to perform as a team member, cooperates
with others, follow directions precisely, demonstrate initiative,
and set priorities. 4. Manual Dexterity Required: Proficient-job
results are dependent upon proficient application of one or more
dexterity skills. F. Americans with disabilities Act Statement
External and internal applicants, as well as position incumbents
who become disabled, must be able to perform the essential job
specific functions as listed in this job description either unaided
or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation to be
determined by the organization on a case by case basis. Role
Accountabilities Manages the human resources of the unit.
warranted, to meet the unit target for nursing hours per patient
day. Role models and mentors high performance behaviors in order to
promote growth and developmental opportunities of others.
individual action plans if indicated. disciplinary action.
progression of new employees. Offers formal and informal
developmental opportunities for staff relative to patient care and
professional growth based on identified needs. patient care issues.
positive attitude, and successful conflict resolution. Promotes
quality care through consistent collaboration with Chief Nursing
Officer and other health care providers. problem solving.
Demonstrates participative leadership behaviors to ensure
successful achievement of organizational goals through the
achievement of departmental goals. Manages all human and financial
aspects of the unit, to assure high quality, cost effective patient
care. Ensures unit operations meet regulatory accreditation
standards as measured by JC surveys Keeps abreast of policie
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