Peninsula Regional Medical Center Clinical Manager in Seaford, Delaware
Responsible for the management of a defined patient unit/units and supervision of personnel assigned to that unit/units. Responsible for clinical nursing practice and patient care delivery, including patient satisfaction, for a broad range of patients as it relates to their age (development stage). The number of patients responsible for ranges from 1-19 in intensive care settings to 24-65 in acute care with varying numbers in ambulatory settings. Also, responsible for management of human, fiscal, and other resources, development of personnel, and compliance with regulatory and professional standards.
Licensed as a Registered Nurse to practice in the State of Maryland or Delaware.
Bachelor’s Degree is required or in pursuit. Masters level preferred.
National Certification required (specialty certification within one year or managerial certification in accordance with AONE/AACN)
- Minimum of three (3) years of clinical nursing experience, with 1-2 years of leadership experience preferred.
Acts as a mediator in conflict situations.
Often works under pressure of time and accuracy in organizing and accomplishing work
Prioritizes accomplishment of goals, objectives and ideas to meet the changing needs of the nursing unit nursing department.
Anticipates problems and proceeds with resolution in an organized, effective manner
Often works with grieved, despondent, and mentally disturbed patients
Demonstrates effective communication skills, oral and written.
Readily assumes additional responsibilities
Performs most duties without supervision. Consults with Nursing Director as needed.
Responsibilities for Assets
Responsible and accountable for all supplies and equipment used on unit.
Responsible for numerous expensive and complex instruments such as IV controllers, pumps, PCA, hypothermal units, vacuum and oxygen regulators, wheelchairs, cardiac and pressure monitoring, PCT’s and printers.
Has understanding of proper working order of equipment and responsible for maintenance.
Monitors budgetary expenditures.
Assures proper patient charges.
Contact with Others
Frequent contact with public and families requiring effective communication skills.
Maintains a cooperative working relationship with all hospital departments.
Maintains a cooperative working relationship interdepartmentally.
Works effectively with Medical Staff.
Variable shifts depending on the needs of the department.
Works at least two after hours shifts – minimum 4 hours each per month.
Works in a clinical capacity at least 8 hours per month.