ANM – Assistant Nurse Manager – Palliative Care and Comfort Unit – AM (730)

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Compensation:Pay Range: $33.45 – $49.35 / hour- Benefits available for eligible positions include: 100% tuition assistance, wellness initiatives, generous paid time off, paid parental leave, Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program eligible employer, plus more. In addition to our many benefits and perks, ***** Medicine provides a variety of resources to support employees both personally and professionally.Work with the Best at ***** Medicine: ***** Medicine is *****’s largest single-site employer and operates over 1,200 beds and over 200 clinics in *****, *****. Our nurses are committed to delivering patient- and family-centric care, and our interdisciplinary care teams provide high-quality, compassionate service. When you become part of ***** Medicine, you join a nationally ranked academic medical center committed to education and advancing medical science through research.- 5-time Magnet-designated organization- U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals, #1 in *****- America’s No. 1 Best Large Employer, Forbes, 2021- Level I Trauma Center- NCI-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, Comprehensive Transplant Institute, Comprehensive Stroke CenterOur success in patient care, innovation, and education is a direct result of our supportive and inclusive culture, which promotes shared governance and empowers nurses at the bedside to be their absolute best. Whether you are looking to start your career, fast-track your development, or diversify your skills, ***** Medicine offers avenues for advancement that other employers cannot match.

Description:
General Responsibilities To work with nursing leadership to direct nursing service activities in the assigned care unit for the duration of one shift and/or in the absence of the Nurse Manager. To provide professional nursing care for patients in assigned care unit. To support nursing leadership in the coordination of patient care, personnel management, physician/interdisciplinary collaboration and general administrative duties. Key Duties & Responsibilities
1. Effectively manages patient care by demonstrating expert nursing skills and serving as a role model. Collaborates with all members of the healthcare team and monitors the delivery of care to ensure achievement of desired patient care outcomes.
2. In collaboration with the nurse manager, supports efficient and effective daily operations including, but not limited to, staff scheduling, monitoring performance and staff interviewing/selection. Ensures efficient allocation, distribution and use of resources consistent with the delivery of safe, cost effective patient care and in alignment with budgetary guidelines. Demonstrates effective management and problem-solving skills.
3. Works to optimize and to shape the culture of the nursing practice environment by overseeing and demonstrating practices that promote shared governance, professional practice, healthy work environments and engagement in the community.
4. Conducts unit operations according to relevant knowledge of patient safety and quality standards. Provides surveillance and feedback on issues affecting patient safety and quality.
5. Serves as a change agent. Assists in championing unit based and hospital wide initiatives designed to improve patient care and operational efficiency by delivering and promoting education.
6. Demonstrates leadership skills that promote the vision, mission and values of the hospital by maintaining visibility on the nursing unit and communicating openly and effectively with all stakeholders to support the organization’s strategic imperatives and direction.
7. Performs other duties as assigned.
Compensation:Pay Range: $33.45 – $49.35 / hour- Benefits available for eligible positions include: 100% tuition assistance, wellness initiatives, generous paid time off, paid parental leave, Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program eligible employer, plus more. In addition to our many benefits and perks, ***** Medicine provides a variety of resources to support employees both personally and professionally.Work with the Best at ***** Medicine: ***** Medicine is *****’s largest single-site employer and operates over 1,200 beds and over 200 clinics in *****, *****. Our nurses are committed to delivering patient- and family-centric care, and our interdisciplinary care teams provide high-quality, compassionate service. When you become part of ***** Medicine, you join a nationally ranked academic medical center committed to education and advancing medical science through research.- 5-time Magnet-designated organization- U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals, #1 in *****- America’s No. 1 Best Large Employer, Forbes, 2021- Level I Trauma Center- NCI-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, Comprehensive Transplant Institute, Comprehensive Stroke CenterOur success in patient care, innovation, and education is a direct result of our supportive and inclusive culture, which promotes shared governance and empowers nurses at the bedside to be their absolute best. Whether you are looking to start your career, fast-track your development, or diversify your skills, ***** Medicine offers avenues for advancement that other employers cannot match.

Description:
General Responsibilities To work with nursing leadership to direct nursing service activities in the assigned care unit for the duration of one shift and/or in the absence of the Nurse Manager. To provide professional nursing care for patients in assigned care unit. To support nursing leadership in the coordination of patient care, personnel management, physician/interdisciplinary collaboration and general administrative duties. Key Duties & Responsibilities
1. Effectively manages patient care by demonstrating expert nursing skills and serving as a role model. Collaborates with all members of the healthcare team and monitors the delivery of care to ensure achievement of desired patient care outcomes.
2. In collaboration with the nurse manager, supports efficient and effective daily operations including, but not limited to, staff scheduling, monitoring performance and staff interviewing/selection. Ensures efficient allocation, distribution and use of resources consistent with the delivery of safe, cost effective patient care and in alignment with budgetary guidelines. Demonstrates effective management and problem-solving skills.
3. Works to optimize and to shape the culture of the nursing practice environment by overseeing and demonstrating practices that promote shared governance, professional practice, healthy work environments and engagement in the community.
4. Conducts unit operations according to relevant knowledge of patient safety and quality standards. Provides surveillance and feedback on issues affecting patient safety and quality.
5. Serves as a change agent. Assists in championing unit based and hospital wide initiatives designed to improve patient care and operational efficiency by delivering and promoting education.
6. Demonstrates leadership skills that promote the vision, mission and values of the hospital by maintaining visibility on the nursing unit and communicating openly and effectively with all stakeholders to support the organization’s strategic imperatives and direction.
7. Performs other duties as assigned.

Roles Responsibility
Effectively manage patient care, collaborate with healthcare team, support daily operations, optimize nursing practice culture, conduct unit operations, act as a change agent, demonstrate leadership, perform assigned duties.
Desired Qualification
Requirements: Minimum Requirements Associate's degree in Nursing and two (2) years of related experience required. Work experience may NOT substitute for education requirement. Licenses / Certifications / Registrations Currently licensed or eligible to be licensed as a Registered Nurse (RN) by the ***** Board of Nursing required. Certified in Basic Life Support (BLS) from the American Heart Association (AHA) is required or should be obtained within thirty (30) days of employment. Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification from the AHA is required within six (six (6)) months from date of hire to role. Depending on the unit/department, Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certification from the AHA, or other comparable certification as appropriate for the age of patients to be treated, may be required within six (six (6)) months from date of hire to role.
Type
Full Time
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