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Consistent with mission, philosophy, and policies of Loyola University Medical Center, the Assistant Nurse Manager will demonstrate clinical leadership and support patient focused care for defined services, patient areas or population. Additionally, maintains accountability to fulfill staff nurse position. Participates or chairs committees, projects or other activities as delegated by the Manager or other Medical Center administrators. Recognizes and consistently applies knowledge of Loyola's 14 Magnet Forces.
Required:1-2yearsofpreviousOR RN experience
Preferred:3-5yearsofpreviousOR RN experience
Required: BasicLifeSupport(CPR) Nursing-CurrentRegisteredNurselicenseStateofIllinois
Preferred: ACLS(AdvancedCardioLifeSupportCertified) Nursing-CNOR(CertifiedNurseOperatingRoom)
Develops and participates in staff development, education and counseling activities in collaboration with the manager. Participates and functions as a role model as appropriate and agreed upon with the manager.
Coordinates daily operation of the department with the clinical director of anesthesia to maintain established staffing guidelines and productivity standards.
Demonstrates a clear understanding of the unit budget, productivity standards and utilizes information to make appropriate decisions-Monitor and address environmental and physical conditions of unit/service area(s) to maintain a safe and clean environment for patient, families and staff. Identifies barriers to providing patient care and collaborates with the manager and executive director to resolve problems.
Contributes to the development and implementation of policy for the department or service line to reflect LUMC goals and regulatory compliance.
Quality Improvement- Utilizes time and resources effectively to promote quality and cost outcomes.
Professional Development Activities: demonstrates accountability for professional growth and job performance by seeking opportunities to enhance job skills and knowledge.
Contribute to the development and implementation of a strategic plan for the service line or department as directed by the manager.
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