Pay rate ranges from $71.25 to $77.19 based on experience. The Administrative Nursing Coordinator coordinates the delivery of nursing services throughout the hospital on the evening and night shifts.He/she has primary authority and responsibility for ensuring that defined standards of nursing practice and patient care are consistently adhered to on the evening and night shifts. These responsibilities are accomplished through in depth knowledge of management theory, labor relations, and hospital policies and through independent, expedient, and proficient application of communication, interpersonal, interviewing and problem solving skills. Promotes career development of employees. Communicates important organizational information to staff in a timely manner. Ensures employees have the necessary authority, latitude and resources to take action. Promotes teamwork as a priority. Seeks experience to expand and maintain skills and knowledge base. Develops and participates in educational programs and activities, conferences, workshops, interdisciplinary professional meetings, and self-directed learning. Utilizes nursing research and evidence-based practice to drive change and structure quality improvements through active involvement of nursing staff. Contributes to nursing management education and professional development of staff, students and colleagues. Establishes and maintains positive relationships with patients, visitors, and other employees. Interacts professionally, courteously, and appropriately with patients, visitors, and other employees. Behaves in a manner consistent with maintaining and furthering a positive public perception of Brookdale Hospital and its employees. Responsible for the implementation of hospital s policies and procedures, as well as regulatory agencies codes and regulations as they pertain to the Department. Responsible for operations and management of the units covering in collaboration with the Director. Makes frequent rounds to evaluate adherence to standards of practice and patient care including hospital policies, and to make Herself/himself available to nursing personnel for support, coaching, and as clinical role model. Assesses all 1:1, checks documentation of patient s restraints, observation, falls, and risk. Investigates, follows up and resolves if applicable, complaints, incidents, and problems. Communicates analysis, actions and recommendations to Director and/or Nurse Manager. Address staffing for the shift and the oncoming shift. Attend, assess (staff response to code) and monitor (enough resources) all hospital codes inclusive of code documentation. Responsible for ensuring that all PCS Scope of service, Philosophy of Nursing and Ethical standards are met while delivering patient care. Develops a positive rapport with team members by encouraging constructive relationships; respect, appreciates and supports the diversity of ideas, and demonstrates team effectiveness skills by acting for the good of the team. Anticipates and resolves conflicts in a positive and constructive manner. Responds in a timely manner to oral and written communications. Resolves problems through established lines of communication. Gives and accepts feedback among coworkers and management to enhance team relations. Reports all patient safety issues and pertinent issues within the shift for follow-up. Ensure CNO and DON are notified. Establishes and monitors customer service improvement goals, which focus on priority aspects of patient satisfaction.
Establishes and maintains a communication plan for the department. Assumes other responsibilities as assigned by the Director and or SVP Patient Care Services.
Schedule Notes:5 days a week/40 hours
Shift hours - 12am-9am
On call or weekends required
Rotating weekends plus some holiday coverage
No RTO will be accepted
Skills: Critical thinking. Excellent computer skills in Excel and Word. Monitors and facilitates the meeting of requirements of NYSDOH, JCAHO and other regulators. Capable in producing trend and evaluation data and documentation. Knowledge of quality improvement philosophy models, processes and tools and their use in health care integrated settings. Maintains currency with state of the art and regulatory trends. Knowledge of methods for CQI, and Root Cause Analysis. Works effectively in integrated structure by establishing effective working relationships with all departments and levels of staff. Works as a team player. Demonstrates respect and professionalism in all interactions. Excellent oral and communication skills. Experience and demonstrated competency in applicable clinical specialty. Demonstrated commitment to continued professional growth and development. Demonstrates competence in leadership and administrative skills. Decision making and problem solving. Able to see, hear, read and write English.
ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS
EXCELLENT COMPUTER SKILLS
CUSTOMER SERVICE ORIENTED
Education: Education: Bachelor's degree - Graduate of accredited nursing school (BSN) required. Master's degree in Nursing preferred.Experience: Minimum of two (2) years experience in a leadership role, preferably in a healthcare setting. Current NY State RN License, required. Basic Life Support (BLS), required. Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS), required. Certified in area of Specialty, required.
Speak, Read, Write
Job Category: Clinical