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Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Assistant Clinical Nurse Manager - Resource Pool SMC in Spartanburg, South Carolina

The Assistant Nurse Manager collaborates with the Nurse Manager to provide leadership for day-to-day unit operations such as staffing, scheduling, budget planning, and cost containment activities. Acts as a liaison in interdepartmental and intradepartmental activities. This nurse demonstrates expertise and leadership in the role components of Manager, Teacher, Practitioner, and Researcher, with emphasis on mastery of management skills. Assistant Nurse Manager assists Nursing Leadership in developing, implementing, and monitoring the unit’s Mission, Vision and Goals that are aligned with the hospital’s strategic plan and annual operating objectives. The Assistant Nurse Manager in accordance with the Nurse Manager directs the administration of a defined clinical area with 24-hour responsibility and accountability. The Assistant Nurse Manager has delegated authority to take immediate and appropriate action in the event of an emergency where there is clear and present danger that poses a threat of personal injury, or a threat of damage to property or equipment.

Education

  • BSN

Experience

  • Minimum three (3) years nursing experience

License/Registration/Certifications

  • Current RN Licensure in the State of South Carolina

  • BLS, ACLS

Core Job Responsibilities

  • Manages all nursing care given to the patients within the unit of responsibility to ensure optimal patient care. Will provide clinical services to patients as needed.

  • Promotes and monitors department safety.

  • Manages departmental products, supplies and equipment in a cost-effective manner.

  • Ensures the unit of responsibility maintains appropriate documentation.

  • Pursues professional growth through continuing education and in-services.

  • Abides by hospital policies and procedures; supports the mission of the hospital.

  • Exhibits effective leadership and management behaviors.

  • Delivers clear written and verbal communication to staff, patients, and families.

  • Accountable for all phases of staff development including recruitment, orientation, retention, supervision, evaluation, and professional growth.

  • Develops and maintains monthly schedule for staff

  • Functions as mentor to staff on clinical issues and serves as a positive example to providers, employees, patients and families.

  • Demonstrates clinical competence to practice within the Scope of Care for the Inpatient Nursing Units.

  • Utilizes quality improvement as basis to improve departmental processes

  • Applies the management concepts of planning, organizing, collaborating, and directing activities to implement the clinical nursing program in defined areas.

  • Oversees the administration and delivery of medications and treatments as prescribed by an authorized licensed provider.

  • Has direct responsibility for waived testing performed on the unit, which includes glucose monitoring and all point of care testing.

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