Status (FT/PT): Full-Time
Shift: Day/Night shift
Req ID: 56851
Job Summary: Under the direction of the Manager/Director of the specialty unit, provides clinical and supervisory support to staff. Coordinates day to day operations of the unit.
Works collaboratively and effectively with all members of the specialty team, including care providers and staff and is a liaison with other departments/units within the hospital.
Current license as a Registered Nurse in the State of Michigan.
Minimum of 2 years of relevant experience, 2 years in the specialty area preferred.
Charge Nurse experience preferred.
Demonstrates exceptional professional role model behavior that supports initiatives in a positive, consistent manner.
Demonstrates clinical competence and ownership of practice.
Demonstrates effective written and oral communication skills consistent with
Relationship Based Care (RBC), Commitment to Co-worker, Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital’s Mission, and Values.
Demonstrates exceptional problem solving skills.
Demonstrates ability to organize, identify, change priorities and be flexible in decisions.
Demonstrates ability to lead/direct others through positive role modeling, honesty, integrity, direct communication, inspiration, and holding self- accountable.
Demonstrates participation in organizational and / or unit based process improvements.
Physical Efforts: Prolonged, extensive or considerable standing /walking. Must be able to balance, bend, climb, crawl, crouch, knell, reach, sitting, squat, stand, twist and walk 100% of the time. Must be able to hear speech, distinguish sounds and speak. Must have near vision, far vision, and depth perception and be able to distinguish colors. Must be able to lift objects weighing 35 pounds. OSHA category I hazards include risk of exposure to blood borne pathogens, unpleasant elements and unpredictable situations. Subject to long or irregular hours. On-call responsibilities as determined by the need of the department.
Organizational Requirements: Must have the ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality, and able to articulate and demonstrate commitment to the Mission and Values of Munson Healthcare Grayling Hospital. Must demonstrate a commitment to the organizational Guiding Behaviors, Just Culture and Culture of Safety. Maintains a working knowledge of applicable Federal, State and local laws and regulations, the Organizational Integrity Program, Code of Ethics, as well as other policies and procedures in order to ensure adherence in a manner that reflects honest, ethical and professional behavior.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requires that individuals access, use and disclose the minimum patient information necessary for the individual to perform his or her job duties. This position's access to information systems will be based on job duties and reasonably limited to the minimum information necessary for the position to carry out its duties. Employees are authorized to access health information only when necessary to do their work, and only when on duty.
Supports the mission statement of Munson Healthcare, Munson Healthcare Grayling Hospital, and Munson Nursing: Munson Healthcare and its partners work together to provide superior quality care and promote community health.
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