Relode INC Plano, TX 75086, United States
Aug 22, 2017Full time
Qualifications/Duties: Texas Health Resources Presbyterian Plano, a Magnet Hospital, is looking to fill their RN Surgery Service Line Specialist position to work Full Time. Required Minimum Education: *Graduate of a NLN (National League of Nursing) or CCNE (Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education) accredited nursing programs. *For RNs hired after Jan 2014 completion of BSN within 3 years of THR RN start date as defined in offer letter. *Effective Dec 2015 RNs hired or transferring in THR completion of BSN within 2 years. *BSN upon hire strongly preferred Required Certification: *Current AHA BLS Minimum Qualifications / Requirements: *2 years minimum recent General , Bariatric, Plastics and ENT Surgical experience required in a hospital setting. *Knowledge of Nursing Process, strong positive interpersonal skills, ability to read, write and speak English clearly. *A high degree of confidentiality, positive interpersonal skills, and ability to function in a fast-paced environment. Preferred Qualifications: *BSN *CNOR Shift: *Full Time *40 hours per week *Monday- Friday *0630-1500 *Weekday and Weekend Call Required for Plastics, General, OMF, ENT, Bariatrics. Duties: - Demonstrates leadership through example, promoting teamwork through effective leadership skills. - Promotes independent decision-making, helps staff maximize strengths and correct/improve weaknesses. - Encourages and promotes development of staff to meet full potential. - Acknowledges and appreciates individual or group efforts and accomplishments. - Assists with personnel functions, including the interview and hire process, performance evaluations, retention efforts, and shared governance. - Leads Safe Choices investigations, and participates in employee counseling and coaching sessions. - Duties as dictated within specific unit; may include schedule creation and publication (ensuring efficient and safe use of staff to meet patient and budgetary needs), payroll, quality, and education duties. - Knowledge of budgetary / fiscal goals; participates in proactive measures to meet and maintain identified system, entity, and department targets. - Assists in keeping staff informed by hosting meetings, posting bulletins, and emails. - All communications and presentations are of professional quality. - Assumes responsibility for seeking out and participating in continuing education opportunities related to role development of the leader / nursing supervisor. - Monitors and assesses staff compliance to policy, protocols, and care practice guidelines. Provides just in time training where warranted or initiates progressive counseling when necessary - Serves as interim Unit Manager when needed, performing all necessary functions to meet the department, staff, and customer needs. -Work with physicians to coordinate needed supplies and/or instrumentation is readily available for surgical procedures. -Be responsible and accountable for facilitating the daily surgical schedule, including working in add-on urgent and emergent cases. -Coordinate the daily O.R. schedule with the charge nurse. -Provide direct patient care -Provides essential leadership and coordination of patient care services related to the daily surgery schedule. -Collaborates with O.R. Manager, Supervisor and Service Coordinators to ensure daily staff assignments are appropriate and commensurate with associate skill, knowledge and competence. -Work toward the department, facility and organizational mission, vision and goals.