MGR NRSG - Cath Lab
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POST DATE 8/26/2016
END DATE 4/23/2017
UT Southwestern Medical Center
JOB DESCRIPTIONFull/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
This position is security-sensitive and subject to Texas Education Code 51.215, which authorizes UT Southwestern to obtain criminal history record information
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION
Graduate of accredited school of nursing; five (5) years current registered nurse experience, with two (2) years recent progressive nursing leadership experience required. Requires BLS, ACLS, and current Texas RN license. BSN required, MSN preferred.
Collaborates with staff by developing and implementing an effective action plan to improve performance in the department.
Adheres and facilitates adherence by other personnel to all policies and procedures, code of ethics, JCAHO standards, and nationally recognized standards of nursing practice. Reviews nursing assignments and revises as necessary to meet specific needs of patients and/or to ensure adherence to policies and procedures. Implements disciplinary interventions, including termination, as appropriate and in compliance with policy.
Participates in identification and resolution of physician, patient and/or family complaints. Reports complaints and interventions to Guest Services and/or Department of Nursing in timely manner for adequate follow-up prior to patient's discharge.
Reviews schedule and staffing plan with other Department of Nursing personnel to ensure adequate coverage of patient care needs on daily shift or shift-by-shift basis. Utilizes staffing guidelines and/or patient acuity system and employs most cost effective option in providing appropriate patient care.
Utilizes resources in manner which is appropriate and which optimizes resources for benefit of organization and patient population. Identifies efficiency or cost saving ideas and reports same to DON and/or CNO.
Interviews and makes final decision regarding hiring of all nursing personnel for unit. Implements disciplinary interventions, including termination, as appropriate and in compliance with policy. Participates in development, implemetation, and evaluation of performance improvement activities. Completes performance reviews and orientation evaluations of nursing personnel. Implements termination of nursing personnel with approval from Chief Nursing Officer and/or Human Resources Manager.
Provides immediate counseling of nursing personnel, up to and including suspension, as appropriate. Follows-up with accurate and timely written reports to Nursing and/or Human Resources Director. Generates and/or supervises generated occurence reports as appropriate. Provides appropriate and timely follow-up and submits to DON.
Conducts staff meetings and coordinates special projects, which may include educational activities, research projects, recruitment, and interdisciplinary and hospital committees. Collaborates with nursing staff and Nurse Educator to meet educational needs of current nursing personnel. Promotes personal and professional growth of all nursing personnel by allowing opportunities for active participation in unit-based activities and appropriate patient care. Seeks out opportunities to teach.
Develops unit's annual capital and operational budgets with assistance from nursing administration personnel. Completes payroll editing at end of payroll cycle and maintains attendance records.
Provides and supports efforts to develop teamwork between all nursing personnel, employees and staff.
Facilitates timely return of specialty equipment. Participates in routine and special care conferences. Demonstrates ability to function in "charge" role.
Performs other duties as assigned.
**Other Duties: Performs other duties as assigned.
BLS and ACLS required
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