Summary of Job Duties for Main OR Charge Nurse (OR) Registered Nurse (RN).
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Summary of Duties
Registered Nurses (RN) at all level of experience use the nursing process to safely, therapeutically, and efficiently care for a group of patients. Day-to-day management and supervision of the related clinical activities fall within the area of the nurse’s responsibility and includes coordination of the interdisciplinary plan of care. The nursing process shall be documented for each hospitalize patient from admission through discharge. The Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for supervising, delegating, and directing activities of unlicensed assistive personnel.
The Main OR Charge Nurse assists the OR Shift Leader with the flow of the OR daily schedule, Shift Leads in the department as needed, and coordinates the work flow and daily activities of the main operating room. This is carried out by directing and overseeing a team of nurses and support staff, ensuring adherence to appropriate federal, state, and local regulations and guidelines, SJCH policies, and accepted nursing protocols and procedures. Coordinates support services within the main operating room area to ensure patient flow and provide direct specialty nursing services and patient care as appropriate. Assists department director/manager in accomplishing unit and organizational goals.
Key componentsof the Main OR Charge Nurse role include assisting the OR Manager with Unit Operations, Staff Scheduling, Leadership, Education, Coaching and Mentoring, Quality Assurance, Regulatory Compliance, and Patient Safety. Other duties assigned as deemed necessary by the OR Manager. Working hours for the Main OR Charge Nurse require flexibility and will vary to meet the needs of the dept. Knowledgeable regarding AORN recommended practices. These roles are integrated into the Synergy Model competencies.
Qualifications & Requirements
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing
Current American Heart Association BLS Certification
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certification (preferred)
5 years perioperative services experience (preferred)
Basic computer knowledge; demonstrates ability to use a keyboard and mouse to input data and has working knowledge of office software (Word and Excel).
Basic knowledge on use of fax machine, printer, copier.
Advanced certification; CNOR (preferred)
Detail orientated and organized in approach to job duties.