NURSE MANAGER - EMERGENCY ROOM
Base Salary - USD $115,000 to $130,000
Benefits - Full
Our client is part of Life Bridge Health system in Maryland, and is a freestanding hospital consisting entirely of outpatient services, as well as a state-of-the-art Emergency Room. Outpatient services offered include emergency care, inpatient and outpatient behavioral health, renal dialysis and diagnostic services. Offsite locations provide primary care, drug treatment and outpatient behavioral health services.
The Emergency Room and Observation area at our client a 27-bed unit with staff of approximately 55 FTEs. The ER provides treatment to roughly 50-60+ patients per day. Our client is a freestanding medical center with a state-of-the-art Emergency Room, and a variety of ambulatory/outpatient services.
The Emergency Room Nurse Manager is responsible for the integration, facilitation, and coordination of the management and clinical activities of the nursing unit(s) with twenty-four hour accountability. Provides management and clinical support to other nursing units and house wide as required. Serves as a professional role model, mentor, and clinical resource/educator for nurses and other members of the health team. Develops unit goals and objectives with other staff based on analysis of clinical and managerial processes to improve patient outcomes and create a culture of excellence. Represents the unit and is a liaison to internal and external customers. Participates in professional development activities and is active on hospital-wide committees. Demonstrates various styles of management. Participates in unit(s) budget development, responsible for monitoring and variance analysis.
REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS:
Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Associate's in Nursing required; BSN preferred or to be obtained within 3 years of hire
Must be currently licensed as a Registered Nurse in the state of Maryland
At least 3-5 years' experience as a registered nurse in an acute care and/or Emergency Room setting
Currently holds a nationally recognized specialty certification (or willing to obtain within 12 months)
Maintains current American Heart Association CPR Certification (BLS); ACLS as required by specialty
Must have knowledge of leadership theories, understanding of group dynamics, and demonstrate teaching skills.
Must have a broad base knowledge of clinical, psychosocial, patho/physiological theories relating to nursing diagnosis and treatment. Possesses the ability to perform the range of nursing techniques found in general nursing practice including the unusual and non-routine as normally acquired through 3-5 years' experience as a professional nurse.
Previous work experience in a supervisory or charge nurse position that required knowledge of financial management and personnel.
Work requires the knowledge to interpret patient data from multiple sources, apply theory, determine interventions needed, and evaluate effectiveness of interventions for all patients on the nursing unit.
SKILLS AND CERTIFICATIONS [note: bold skills and certification are required]
American Heart Association CPR (BLS)
American Heart Association ACLS
Do you have at least 3+ years of Emergency Room nursing experience?
Are you open familiar with and open to working in a free-standing medical center?
Are you open to working in the West Baltimore neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland?
Associate's in Nursing required; Bachelor's in Nursing (BSN) is preferred at the management level
Must have prior Emergency Room leadership experience (ex: Asst. Nurse Manager, Manager, Supervisor, Team Leader)
Ideal candidates will have CEN or other Emergency Room credentials