Assist the unit nursing leadership team in planning and managing the clinical and administrative operations of the Pediatric Cardiac ICU Nursing Services, including supervision of the nursing, technical and clerical personnel.
Assist in managing budgets, payroll, commodities, staffing/scheduling, hiring and performance evaluations. Clinical nursing supervisor will participate in new program development and implementation; plan, organize and evaluate patient care standards guidelines and educational activities; and monitor and implement continuous quality improvement programs.
To assist the department manager in planning and management of the unit and the provision of patient care.
To provide leadership in the practice of nursing, emphasizing quality patient care, education and research.
To assist in coordinating between management and patient care activities consistent with the University of Michigan Hospital and Health Center mission and goal statements.
Reports directly to the Clinical Nursing Director.
Collaborative/consultative relationship with other health professionals and administrative personnel.
Administrative and functional supervision is exercised over nursing and support staff as delegated by the Clinical Nursing Director.
Plan, assign and supervise the work of nursing and support staff.
Participate in interviewing, selecting and orienting nursing and support staff.
Participate in the counseling, coaching, discipline, and evaluation of unit staff.
Participate in the development, implementation and revision of individual performance plans.
Facilitate open channels of communication with managers, peers, staff, and physicians.
Coach and mentor Charge Nurses, Staff Nurses, and members of leadership team as delegated by Nurse Manager.
Evening and night shift work will be required to provide clinical assessment, mentoring, coaching, support, and evaluation of staff on all shifts.
Management of Clinical Area:
Participate in the development and implementation of unit or area goals and objectives.
Identify and plan for staffing consistent with the needs of the patient population and budgetary requirements.
Participate in planning and problem solving of daily unit/area operations, priorities of patient services, and urgent and emergent care.
Interpret and implement the Hospital and University policies and procedures and the standards of regulatory agencies.
Participate in the monitoring of Department payroll and commodity expenditures.
Provide input into the payroll and commodity budget planning process.
Coordinate performance evaluation activities for unit staff as delegated by the Nurse Manager. Participate in hiring activities of unit staff, conducting personnel interviews and reference checks. Collaborate with Educational Coordinator to implement competency based evaluation.
Participate in developing of unit/area policy/procedure and standards of Nursing Care. Anticipate and respond to patient/family issues and concerns.Quality Assurance and Research:
Participate in planning, coordinating and evaluating unit quality improvement activities.
Promote the integration of research findings into clinical practice by unit nursing staff.
Promote staff involvement in clinical research, as applicable.
Assure and maintain compliance with regulatory standards.
Nursing Specific Info
If you have questions regarding this posting or would like assistance with nursing opportunities please contact Nurse Recruitment at (734) 936-5183.
Minimum five years of experience as a registered nurse.
Experience within the last two years in an ICU and or pediatric ICU/Pediatric Cardiac ICU experience.
Demonstrated understanding and support of patient and family-centered care.
Evidence of demonstrated leadership ability including; charge nurse, team leader, professional development framework, unit level or institutional level active committee membership, or other management/ supervisory experience.
Demonstrated excellent interpersonal and problem-solving skills.
Demonstrate ability to be effective, positive change agent.
Demonstrate flexibility related to unit staffing and patient care needs.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with Nurse Manager, supervisor, unit leadership, administrators, physicians, peers and subordinates.
Evidence of ability to assess, interpret, and analyze clinical information independently and collaboratively.
Computer competency, including Word and Excel, with demonstrated flexibility in willingness to learn, and adapt to, new electronic systems for both care delivery and record maintenance.
Master of Science Nursing.
Previous supervisory experience.
Knowledge of the University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers policies and practices.
5 years of PCTU experience.
Consultative and teaching skills
Hours/Week: 40 hours
Days/Shift/Hours: Primarily evening and nightshift hours
Clinical nurse supervisor will deliver bedside nursing care for a portion of time.
At the University of Michigan, C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital Congenital Heart Center (CHC), our multidisciplinary team inclusive of patients and families is committed to advancing excellence in medicine and serving humanity through the practice of our core values: Transparency, Accountability, Mutual Respect, and Positive Intent.
Each team member is expected to understand and demonstrate that in every interaction we represent our entire organization in the care we provide and in the partnerships we build with patients, families, and each respective team member. The CHC is dedicated to working with our patients and families to deliver the safest and highest quality of health care. Applicants are expected to review the following PowerPoint presentation which provides an overview of the Congenital Heart Center’s philosophy and culture. http://umhealth.me/joinchcteam
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