Nurse Manager: Cardiac OR
Location: Baltimore, Maryland US
Requisition Number: 179532
Nurse Manager—Cardiac OR
The nurse manager for the Cardiac OR
- Provides leadership to achieve unit, departmental, and institutional objectives within a rapidly changing environment.
- Applies advanced knowledge of nursing and management to manage systems of patient care, personnel development, fiscal and unit operations, performance improvement, and program development.
- Promotes innovation and excellence in clinical, service, and team performance.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
- Analyze and interpret complex data sets and reports (e.g. variance analysis, financial, quality population specific reports) to improve patient, financial, and quality care outcomes.
- Utilize verbal, non-verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills to establish effective working relationships.
- Negotiate resolution of issues that are consistent with unit, departmental, and organizational objectives.
- Problem-solve and appropriately confront issues.
- Create a climate that fosters compassionate care, innovation, cooperation, collaboration, and teamwork.
- Use automated systems to access, transmit, and produce information. (e.g. e-mail, spreadsheet, Inter/intranet).
- Achieve results by effectively working through subordinates and others.
- Plan, organize, prioritize, and manage work.
- Adapt to rapidly changing priorities and environment.
- Maryland RN license
- Masters of Science or Doctorate Degree in nursing from an accredited school of Nursing
- 5 years related experience (OR experience preferred).
- Experience should include 3-5 leadership and/or management responsibilities
Community / Marketing Title: Nurse Manager: Cardiac OR
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Location_formattedLocationLong: Baltimore, Maryland US
Job Number: 13090