L&D/POSTPARTUM FLOAT POOL MANAGER
Posted on: March 20, 2023
Accountable for management of a patient care unit(s). Partners
with healthcare team to assure quality patient/family centered
- Communication: Uses established channels of communication to
share information, receive feedback and report problems.
Communicates plans and decisions to staff and providers to
facilitate linkages and flow of information to others. Builds
credibility with physicians as a champion for patient care,
quality, and nursing professionalism. Effectively facilitates
consensus building to accomplish goals and objectives. Provides
constructive feedback and effectively manages conflict. Creates and
articulates a shared vision and goals. Follows up on feedback and
reports problems as well as positive comments. Creates an
environment which recognizes and values differences in staff,
physicians, patients and communities. Collaborates with nursing
programs to provide required resources.
- Clinical Practice: Acts as an expert resource for staff and
utilizes knowledge in clinical area of practice. Analyzes and
evaluates nursing practice, research and trends. Applies knowledge
to the development of standards of care and practice to ensure
optimal patient outcomes. Creates, modifies and evaluates policies
and procedures as delegated and/or appropriate to the clinical unit
and expertise. Directs the development of competencies so staff
achieve maximize performance. Maintains personal and professional
growth of self and others by participating in educational offerings
and professional organizations. Partners with medical staff and
other disciplines to establish patient care goals for unit
development. Evaluates patient care delivery model and the needed
staff, equipment and resources to provide safe, optimal care.
Directs and supervises staff and ensures safe, therapeutic
environment. Supports the development and implementation of an
organization wide patient safety program. Ensures staff is educated
on risk management and compliance issues and correct action is
identified in areas of potential liability.
- Quality Improvement: Articulates the organizations performance
improvement program and goals. Develops, implements and maintains
quality monitoring processes. Formulates unit goals which are
reflective of measurable objectives and evidence-based practice.
Maintains compliance on unit with all regulatory requirements.
Monitors unit quality assurance with safety, environment, pharmacy
and documentation issues. Supports the quality expert role on the
unit and assists with the quality plan developed by the staff.
Formulates unit goals and quality management plans , which are
responsive to the changing health care needs of the patients.
- Leadership: Recruits, selects, retains, coaches, mentors and
counsels personnel. Facilitates inter-departmental relationships so
that mission, vision, goals of department and organization are
achieved. Demonstrates critical thinking and use of evidence based
practice. Develops and supports the Department Partnership Council
(DPC) or Unit Based Team (UBT) to accomplish tasks and goals.
Actively participates in committees and task forces as needed.
Ensures staff compliance with all mandatory classes and education.
Facilitates a culture of creative thinking and acts as a change
agent to challenge the status quo. Timely evaluation of staff
performance. Consults with Human Resource department as needed for
personnel issues. Responsible for own professional growth and
supports work-life balance. Ensures staff has the knowledge and
skills to provide appropriate, safe care to patients and families
through education, coaching, training or experience. Works with
outside vendors/agencies to assure coordination of services and
represent the organization in a professional manner. Participates
in at least one professional organization and supports and
encourages others to participate in professional
- Financial Management: Participates, develop and submits unit
budget to director for final approval. Educates team members on
financial implications of unit operations. Manages within
authorized budget and maintains ongoing process of identifying,
evaluating, and implementing overall cost effectiveness in the
- Minimum five (5) years of clinical experience as RN.
- Minimum two (2) years of leadership experience in health care
- BSN or health-related bachelors degree.--License,
- Registered Nurse License (in the state where care is provided)
- Basic Life Support within 1 months of hire--Additional
- N/A--Preferred Qualifications:
- Minimum four (4) years of previous experience in similar
- Minimum five (5) years of demonstrated knowledge in area of
- Masters degree.
- Financial/economic principles
- Nurse Practice Act, JCAHO, Labor Law, all related and affiliate
contracts, workmens comp, KSMC policies and procedures, Human
Resource Policies and Procedures, OSHA, CMS, Health Department,
Employee benefits, National Labor Relations Board, standards of
practice of professional organizations.#RNMGRJob Schedule: Job
Category: Nursing Licensed & Nurse Practitioners, RN Manager
Keywords: Kaiser, Portland , L&D/POSTPARTUM FLOAT POOL MANAGER, Executive , Wilsonville, Oregon
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