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Job Details

Nurse Manager- Labor and Delivery

Date Posted: 05/31/2023

Requisition Number: 2888

Location: CHA Cambridge Hospital 

Work Days: Primarily M-F, Day Shift, 24/7 accountability  

Category: Nurse Manager  

Department: Labor and Delivery  

Job Type: Full time  

Work Shift: Day 

Hours/Week: 40.00 

Union: No 

Union Name: Non Union

The Maternity Suite at Cambridge Hospital is a beautiful unit with lovely views of downtown Boston and Harvard Square. It includes a Labor and Delivery (L&D) Unit and a Post Partum Unit and helps more than 1,100 growing families every year. The 7 bed labor unit has 3 triage bays and 2 ORs. We are proud of our multidisciplinary patient care, our culturally sensitive approach to labor and delivery, and some of the lowest C-section rates in Massachusetts.

$ 10,000.00 Sign On Bonus for Newly Hired Staff


• To provide clinical operations, service planning, business performance, and performance improvement to the Department.

Clinical Operations:
• Accounts for clinical operations within the unit, including:
• Direct supervision of all unit clinical and support staff, including accountability for employee competencies, evaluations, and annual reviews.
• Provides leadership to staff to facilitate the resolution of conflicts.
• Development, implementation and monitoring of systems for acquisitions and maintenance of equipment and supplies.
• Development, implementation and revision of unit clinical standards, policies, and procedures.
• Collaborates within the service line, and across service lines and departments to ensure effective clinical operations.
• Hiring: Collaborates with other members of the leadership team to recruit and hire quality candidates.
Service Planning:
• Develops programming/services which are consistent with CHA mission and vision, including:
• Assessment of client/patient community health needs and development of programming to meet these needs.
• Assessment of staff and client/patient educational needs and development of programming to meet these needs.
• On-going staff supervision and development of nursing and interdisciplinary staff.
• Facilitates interdisciplinary care of patients.
Business Performance:
• Develops unit budget and monitors cost/unit measures and other business performance measures.
• Develops innovations to increase efficiencies while maintaining or improving quality.
• Develops unit staff accountability for business performance.
• Collaborates within service line and across service lines and departments to continually improve effectiveness and efficiency of systems.
Performance Improvement:
• Develops and monitors performance improvement measures, including but not limited to measures of clinical/service outcomes, cost/volume measures and customer satisfaction.
• Collaborates with other providers to develop and monitor service line performance measures.
• Leading change: demonstrates familiarity with the psychology of change and is able to apply that body of knowledge to lead change within the unit and the service line.
• Communication: effectively communicates and collaborates with diverse individuals, disciplines and departments throughout the organization and the community we serve.
• Diversity: Understands how a diverse workforce affects the delivery of health services and integrates the organizational mission and vision with respect to diversity into all aspects of work.
• Team Leadership: Understands the power of accomplishing organizational goals in teams. Develops facilitation skills that accelerate the work of teams.
• Labor Relations: Demonstrates an understanding of labor relations and union regulations. Works collaboratively with union leadership with its members.
• Staff development and evaluation: Works effectively with and provides feedback to staff to maximize development. Counsels staff and uses progressive disciplinary actions when necessary.
• Provides clinical leadership to nursing and interdisciplinary staff.
• Performs other related duties as assigned or directed.


Bachelor of Science in Nursing required. MSN preferred
Current Massachusetts Registered Nurse License
Maintains American Heart Association BLS Provider certification
Five years’ clinical experience in department area
Demonstrated leadership and management abilities

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