NURSE MGR-OR/CVOR-GSH OPERATING ROOM FULL TIME / 7A - 4P (EARLIER/LATER AS NEEDED) / 80 HOURS PER PAY
The OR Nurse Manager is responsible for providing overall leadership, direction, strategic planning, staffing and coordination for the assigned clinical areas to include OR within the Division of Perioperative Services. These activities are performed in concert with the organization's Mission, Vision, Values, and goals and objectives. This accountability extends across seven days/24 hours per day. Reporting to the Director of Perioperative Services and working collaboratively with other members of the Perioperative Management Team, Nursing Administration, Anesthesia providers, Surgeons, hospital and system administration, the OR Nurse Manager is responsible for establishing the systems, creating the climate, establishing goals and objectives, providing strategic direction, and providing the resources to support the delivery of quality patient care within the clinical area(s) which report to him/her. The OR Nurse Manager assumes responsibility for administration of the Division of Perioperative Services in the absence of the Director of Perioperative Services and represents the Director on selected medical staff, hospital and system committees. In addition, the OR Nurse Manager, along with other members of the Perioperative Services management team, administers, organizes, integrates and evaluates the activities of Perioperative Services and the other procedural areas assigned. The OR Nurse Manger is accountable for formulating and administering policies, plans, budgets and programs for the Department. This position is also responsible for monitoring the effectiveness of operating room services and the other assigned procedural areas in relation to objectives and costs. The OR Nurse Manager is responsible for coordination and communication between surgeons, operating room staff, anesthesia providers and the other clinical and business units across the Perioperative spectrum. The OR Nurse Manager at Good Samaritan Hospital supervises approximately 56 FTEs and is accountable for an expense budget of $23M and a revenue budget of $250M.
The increasing impact of market forces on health care management requires the OR Nurse Manager to be alert to match his/her activities to these market forces. The leading health care organizations of the future will be able to demonstrate superior medical outcomes, operate in a more seamless system, and have a competitive cost structure advantage. The OR Nurse Manager has responsibility for clinical areas of patient services (Operating Room) and must collaborate with others to achieve strategic objectives and maintain the overall health of a specific community segment consistent with PHP's position as the Region's Leader in health care delivery. This position has 2 Nurse Team Leaders directly reporting to the OR Nurse Manager. The OR Nurse Manager interfaces closely with the Manager of Sterile Processing and Distribution, the Clinical Nurse Specialist, the Perioperative Educator, the IT Systems Coordinator, and the Perioperative Services Business Manger. In addition, the OR Nurse Manager must manage close working relationships with physicians (surgeons, gastroenterologists, pulmonologists, and anesthesiologists), senior executive staff, external customers and vendors.
The OR Nurse Manager is specifically responsible to take actions for: o Ensuring cost effective and efficient processes and outcome management for internal and external customers. o Achieving seamless delivery of service by appropriately involving colleagues, physicians, other customers, and staff to ensure commitment, communication and cross functional linkages. o Collaborating in developing and implementing processes which achieve strategically relevant quality outcomes in a specific clinical area. o Overseeing and developing systems to ensure accountability for operational and managerial effectiveness. o Articulating unit vision and utilizing resources to ensure staff commitment to strategic and unit objectives. o Developing a team of highly skilled professionals.
Qualifications & Requirements Education: BSN required. Masters Degree preferred. Licensure: Must hold licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Ohio from an accredited school of nursing. Certification: Certification as a Certified Nurse Operating Room (CNOR) or as a Certified Nurse Administrator (CAN) or a Certified Nurse Administrator Advanced (CNAA) strongly preferred. Experience: Minimum of (5) five years nursing experience within the Operating Room setting is required along with Minimum of (2) two years progressive leadership experience with: ? Demonstrated competencies in written and verbal communication. ? Problem solving/critical thinking skills. ? Demonstrated collaboration and team leadership skills. ? Successful staff recruitment/retention strategies. ? Demonstrated understanding and skills to successfully generate, monitor, and achieve budgetary targets. ? A history of improving patient care within the intraoperative environment. Skills/Other: ? Competent intraoperative clinical skills which facilitate professional practice within the intraoperative environment. ? Demonstrated knowledge/use of common computer software programs such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.