Southern Illinois Healthcare

  • RN ASSISTANT MANAGER

    Posted Date 1 month ago(10/10/2018 3:16 PM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-3273
    Job Locations
    US-IL-Carbondale
    Category
    Nursing
    Position Type
    Full Time
    Shift
    11PM-7:30AM
    Weekend Requirement
    Weekends as required
    Department
    Antepartum
  • Overview

    Responsible for departmental activities including staff, patient care services, and administrative responsibilities as delegated.

    Responsibilities

    • Safety

    o Manages processes effectively in regard to employee/patient safety.

    • Record Keeping
      • Maintains required records, reports, statistics, logs, files and other documents as required, including but not limited to payroll, schedules and status changes.
    • Department Management
      • Maintains 24 hour accountability for department, making independent decisions to implement strategies and programs for patient care.
      • Delegates’ authority and accountability to staff to ensure optimal outcomes and staff engagement
      • Evaluates effectiveness of unit department based programs and processes to ensure optimal outcomes.
    • Process Improvement
      • Promotes a culture of process improvement by establishing unit/department based programs that supports the system’s process improvement goal.
      • Actively participates on system-wide or hospital-based teams.
    • Staffing
      • Manages the unit/department effectively in regards to staffing and staff supervision.
    • Role Specific Responsibilities
      • Plans and implements programs in coordination with the manager to support positive patient outcomes. Quality and staff engagement in the department.
      • Serves as a liaison with the Medical Staff.
      • Evaluates effectiveness of unit based clinical programs related to delivery of care and clinical practice.
      • Assist in preparation for TJC, IDPH, IPT and other regulatory agency surveys
      • Monitors and responds to patient/family/physician expectations.
      • Serve as Pediatric Quality Coordinator for MHC
      • A member of the professional staff who has ongoing involvement in the care of pediatric patients shall be designated to serve in the role of the pediatric quality coordinator. The pediatric quality coordinator shall have a job description that includes the allocation of appropriate time and resources by the hospital. This individual may be employed in an area other than the emergency department and shall have a minimum of two years of pediatric critical care or emergency department experience. Working with the pediatric physician champion, the responsibilities of the pediatric quality coordinator shall include:
        • Working in conjunction with the ED nurse manager and ED medical director to ensure compliance with and documentation of the pediatric continuing education of all emergency department professional staff in accordance with EDAP regulations.
        • Coordinating data collection for identified clinical indicators and outcomes (pediatric deaths, pediatric transfers, child abuse/neglect, critically ill or injured children in need of stabilization)
        • Reviewing selected pediatric cases transported to the hospital by pre-hospital providers and providing feedback to the EMS Coordinator/System.
        • Participating in regional QI activities, including preparing a written QI report and attending the Regional QI subcommittee meetings. These activities shall be supported by the hospital. One representative from the Regional QI subcommittee shall report to the EMS Regional Advisory Board.
        • Providing QI information to the Department upon request.

    Qualifications

    BSN required or must obtain within two years of hire

    IL RN license required

    BLS required

    ACLS, NRP, PALS, ENPC, TNCC, TNS required if applicable

    Two years of supervisory experience required

    Four years of RN experience required

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