The Nurse Manager has the ability to articulate a compelling, actionable vision for the Hematology-Oncology clinic. Facilitates teamwork and unit pride by advocating for an environment that promotes high patient care standards and implements strategies to ensure physician satisfaction. 50% of the Managers time shall be spend on their designated shift. The Manager has the authority, accountability, and responsibility for the management of patient care within their respective areas. Areas of responsibility will include nursing practice, personnel management, staff development and positive customer relations. Demonstrates sound clinical judgment and appropriate decision making abilities that take into consideration evidenced based practice. Thoroughly understands and monitors financial performance of the unit/department.
Graduate of an accredited nursing program
Current permit or license to practice professional nursing in the State of Texas is required
Bachelor degree in nursing. If bachelor degree not in nursing applicant must possess MSN
Minimum of two years of clinical experience in an acute pediatric setting is required
Current BLS and PALS required; ENPC or NRP certification is required as out lined in policy
Previous management experience preferred
Cook Children's is an EOE/AA, Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran employer.
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