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Responsible for the 24 hour management of a specific patient
care unit/s, service/s, or program/s in settings as designated by
the Chief Nursing Officer and/or Director, Patient Care Services.
The Nurse Manager directs and supervises the functions and
activities of the assigned unit/service/program: Develops,
implements and interprets policies; schedules and supervises
assigned employees and insures the quality of care provided to
patients and families. Responsible for unit based budgetary
management and human resource management. Assignment to Nurse
Manager I positions is made by the Chief Nursing Officer in
collaboration with Human Resources based on the number of Headcount
assigned. The Nurse Manager I has an assigned Headcount of 49 or
* Coordinates the delivery of patient care for assigned
unit/services and ensures the quality of patient care provided.
* Develops, analyzes, monitors and revises staffing patterns for
units and ensures that sufficient and properly prepared personnel
are available to meet patient needs. 10%
* Performs a variety of human resource management activities to
include: Interviewing; hiring; evaluating; counseling; coaching;
performance planning; competency assessment and terminating of
assigned staff. 20%
* In collaboration with the Director of Nursing, plans, develops
and monitors the annual capital, operational and personnel budgets
of assigned units and services. Prepares budget worksheets for
* Coaches, directs, supports and evaluates the educational and
research activities for assigned staff. 10%
* In collaboration with the Unit Medical Director, develops
quality indicators specific to the units' patient population;
monitors quality of care using established benchmarks; and involves
unit staff in planning and implementing performance improvement as
* Ensures that age appropriate supplies and equipment are
available to meet the needs of populations served by unit/service.
Ensures that staff assigned to unit have education and training to
meet the age specific and developmental needs of the populations
* Identifies, plans, implements and evaluates various long-term
and short-term projects to meet patient or organizational needs.
* Prepares, implements and evaluates unit goals and objectives.
Develops, implements, monitors and evaluates personal performance
objectives(including KRA's) on a yearly basis. 5%
Supervisory/Management Responsibilities Job has direct and/or
indirect supervision of employees that may include final budget
authority, hire/termination/disciplinary authority, performance
appraisal responsibility. Job will be considered a member of the
management staff with direct reports. Minimum Education Bachelor's
degree - Nursing Minimum Experience 3 years - RN experience,
including 2 years in appropriate area of nursing
Current South Carolina R.N. License (Lawson Code NLRN)
Other Required Experience
Certified in nursing specialty - preferred
Previous Nursing Management/Supervisory experience -
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1510 Richland Hospital
15106538 11 West Surgical Oncology Unit
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