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Off Shift Nurse Manager

Category: Nurse Manager
Location:
Cambridge, MA

Department: Nursing Administraion
Employment Type: Per Diem
Job Type: Non-Union
Work Shift: Varied Rotation
Work Days: Weekday 3p-11p, 11p-7a and weekends 7a-7p and 7p-7a
Hours/Week: 0
Date Posted: 08/11/2017
Requisition Number: hrq-73190

Job Details

  • RN Required
  • 3 years of recent relevant experience required
  • The Nurse Manager of Off-Shift Operations is the Nursing Leader on site during his/her shift.  He/She is responsible for all patient placement in the hospital and coordinates the placement of all admissions and transfers in accordance with the clinical standards and guidelines. The OSM supervises and coordinates the activities of nursing department personnel as well as has oversight of patient care activities throughout the campus. He/She liaisons with other Nurse Managers at the other two Cambridge Health Alliance hospitals. As necessary, the OSM interprets department policies and procedures, investigates and addresses concerns from patients, visitors and nursing personnel as well as from other disciplines. Reports are generated as required to ensure appropriate communication. Responsible for Supervision of all Nursing Departments during off shift and weekend hours. Ability to multitask, responding to all critical care situations, management of pt. flow, and general overview of all hospital departments when Department supervisors are not on duty. 


    Qualifications/Experience: 

    Current licensure as a registered professional nurse in Massachusetts required.

    Bachelor of Science in Nursing required. Masters preferred

    3 – 5 years of clinical experience in specific area of nursing practice plus 3 – 5 years of progressive management experience.

    American Heart Association BLS and ACLS certification required. IV certification competency.

    Excellent communication and organizational skills are necessary.

    Multi campus oversight, one campus a shift.

     

     

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