Nurse Manager - Perioperative/Procedural Services Meridan Park
|Nurse Manager - Perioperative/Procedural Services - Legacy Meridian Park
The Nurse Manager serves as the accountable department manager for a designated patient care unit/department(s). She/he has responsibility for all daily operational activities including departmental planning related to staffing, scheduling, and budget, ensuring appropriate systems and processes for the efficient delivery of care, and ensuring safe/high quality care and an outstanding experience for patients and their families. This leadership role assumes 24 hours a day, seven days a week responsibility for all department functions. The manager is responsible for maintaining effective interprofessional communication and a positive work environment that supports and embraces the principles of shared governance. The manager is also responsible for ensuring that staff are educated and competent to care for the patients under their care. The manager routinely collaborates; works effectively with physicians, peers and other Legacy leadership to meet the strategic objectives of Legacy.
Experience and Qualifications:
This Nurse Manager will be responsible for the following departments:
Located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, Legacy Health, with more than 13,000 employees, is a regional health system that consists of seven hospitals, including a children’s hospital, dozens of primary care and specialty clinics, a regional medical laboratory service and a brand new unique center for behavioral health.
Established in 1973 as a community hospital to serve one of the fastest growing parts of the state in a suburb south of Portland, Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center offers inpatient and outpatient services to a five-county area on a serene 48-acre campus. The 150 bed facility has received recognition through multiple awards and accolades for the excellence of the care the multidisciplinary teams provide, from Joint Commission Gold Seal Accreditations to awards from the American Colleges of Cardiology, Radiologists, Surgeons and more.
Licensure/Certification: Current RN licensure for applicable state. Specialty specific certification highly desirable.
Skills: Demonstrated knowledge of clinical operations, including staffing and scheduling, budget management, workflow planning, staff development, quality, safety and patient experience management. Excellent communication (verbal and written) and leadership skills, and a willingness to lead by example. Keyboard skills and ability to navigate electronic systems applicable to job functions are essential.
PREFERRED LEADER PROFILE:
Demonstrates the ability to act consistently with our Preferred Employee Profile, exemplify our core organizational values and exhibit the leadership competencies outlined in the Preferred Leader Profile