Manager of Clinical Operations

    June 4, 2021
    Dallas, Texas
    Job Type


    We are seeking candidates for a Manager of Clinical Operation opportunity with a 801-bed Tertiary care center located in Dallas.

    Sign On Bonus: $10,000

    Salary: Starting $40.19 - $50.23 (Midpoint - 10 yrs experience) $60.27 (Max - 20yrs experience) - Salary is based on years of experience.

    Departments - 200 FTE's - House Supervisor oversee’ s some FTE's

    Over Float Pools - Includes CC, Peds, Acute Care, Sitters, PCT and Tele Tech


    Manager of Clinical Operations

    The Manager of the Nursing Office accepts responsibility for all department functions in support of the mission, vision, values of the facility.

    This role manages the delivery of administrative support to the organization via the Nursing Administrative (House) Supervisors, Float Pool, Hospitalist coordinator. Can function as any of the roles in the Nursing Office dept. when needed.

    Responsible for management of the Administrative Supervisors, Staffing Coordinator, and Administrative Patient Flow Supervisor. The adult inpatient float pool staff and hospitalist coordinator will report to the Manager of Nursing Office.

    The manager is responsible for patient flow and throughput, and the systems therein (AgileTrac, Navicare, ED Master View etc.) as well as supporting the general operations of clinical care regarding staffing, emergency procedures, customer service, service recovery and managing metrics such as MOTs, Codes and others as identified.

    The Manager integrates collaborative practice and working relationships with all members of the healthcare team. Includes other duties as assigned.


    Licensure/ Certification/Registration:

    Current Texas State RN license or compact license is accepted.

    Certification in specialty preferred. (enrollment within the first year of hire required)

    Current Healthcare Provider BLS issued by the American Heart Association required

    Current Healthcare Provider ACLS issued by the American Heart Association required.




    MSN - Preferred




    3-5 Years of management experience in Healthcare

    MUST be in a manager or above role now

    Minimum of 3 years of nursing practice

    Critical care background is beneficial

    Experience should include management of personnel, payroll, staff scheduling, contractor recruiting, physician relations and management of supervisory positions.

    Experience should include high proficiency with computer technology (such as Excel, Access etc.), as well as nursing applications such bed management, and resource scheduling.


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