NURSE MANAGER - NURSING ADMINISTRATION - Position #2019-257
- Date Posted:
- Full Time
- OPEN UNTIL FILLED - Colton - Monday - Friday (varied 4 day work week) 7:00a.m. - 5:30p.m.
The Nurse Manager organizes and
directs the clinical activities of a specified department(s) and/or
function(s); coordinates staff to insure that effective clinical services are
provided, and quality standards are met. Staffing consists of registered nurses,
licensed vocational nurses, medical assistants, phlebotomists and other
clinical technicians. Responsible for efficient and consistent management of
clinical operations. Works with the Clinical Support Services Department in the
development and updating of operational protocols, insures compliance with
organizational policy and procedures. May be responsible for preparation of
data, and information and/or reports through use of computer applications.
Degree in Nursing or related health care field. Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or
related health care field with emphasis or additional course work in management
preferred. Three years of experience in health care (acute care setting) as a
practicing Registered Nurse, one year of which must have been engaged in
supervisory and/or management duties and responsibilities. Five or more years
of experience as stated above and/or a variety of settings including UM, ER
Critical Care preferred. Current
State of California RN licensure and current BLS (American Heart Association).
ACLS and/or PALS certification preferred
Applications must be complete and demonstrate that the
minimum qualifications are met. Resumes may be attached to completed
application form as supplemental information, but will not be accepted in lieu
of an official application form. Applications will be screened and the most
qualified candidates who best match the needs of the position will be invited
to compete further in the recruitment process. Due to the large
volume of applications received, we are unable to track for individual
applications or discuss the application process.