Roper St. Francis Healthcare Clinical Manager in Charleston, South Carolina
The Clinical Manager directs operations of the clinical area ,clinical outcomes, customer satisfaction, marketing, customer experience and fiduciary responsibilities, of one or more units. Is accountable for delivery of high quality services, optimal operational function of the clinical area, and the maintenance and adherence of clinical staff to all regulatory requirements. responsible for facilitating the planning, organization, implementation and control of the resources needed for optimal performance of the department in coordination with physicians, other clinicians and support staff. The manager is responsible for program and policy development; human resource management to include recruitment, retention and staff management/supervision; and promoting an optimal working environment. Ensure high quality care and for the administrative management of the department on a 24-hour basis.
Education: BSN or Master’s degree from an accredited school or college of nursing. Specialty certification also preferred.
Experience: Minimum of three years of recent clinical nursing experience. Recent management/administrative experience preferred.
Licensure/Certification: Currently licensed as a Registered Nurse in the state of South Carolina or holds a current compact/multi-state license as a Registered Nurse in a recognized NCSBN Compact State and is not a permanent resident of SC. Must have a current American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Provider Card.
Primary Source Verification: http://www.llr.state.sc.us/, http://www.healthguideusa.org/nursing_license_lookup.htm
Knowledge/Skills: Knowledgeable in basic management and leadership principles and interpersonal communications. Knowledge of the professional nursing theory and practice to give and evaluate patient care. Knowledge of organizational policies and procedures to administer patient care. Knowledge of common safety hazards and precautions to establish a safe work environment. Skill in applying and modifying the principles, methods and techniques of professional nursing to provide on-going patient care. Skill in identifying problems and recommending solutions. Skill in preparing and maintaining records and writing reports. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with patients, hospital, medical staff and the public. Ability to analyze situations and apply critical thinking. Ability to communicate clearly. Ability to react calmly and effectively in emergency situations.
Constant interaction with internal and external customers to include (but not limited to) patients, families, physicians, employees and visitors.