|Date Posted||January 8, 2022|
Nurse Management - O.R. Manager
Salary range $ 77,480 - $ 116,230 - DOE
Negotiable Sign on Bonus
Three to four years of experience in specialty required
Eligible for Idaho professional nurse licensure
Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
Current Basic Life Support (BLS)
Certified Nurse Operating Room (CNOR)
Under the direction and supervision of the Director of Surgical Services, has line functional responsibility for departmental management. Responsibilities shall include, but not limited to: administers the day to day operation of the following departments: Operating Room, Recovery Room, and Pre-Op Holding. Serves as a role model for professional nursing practice. Maintains 24-hour a day line management and responsibility in administration of personnel, fiscal, and material resources. Creatively responds to changes in the work setting. Participates in program planning for new projects. Knowledgeable in clinical areas of supervision, using defined processes to establish goals and outcomes which reflect systems integration.
The Manager must demonstrate knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of patients severed in his/her department. He/she must be able to provide care with consideration of developmental status.
PRIMARY (ESSENTIAL) DUTIES
A. Meets with the Director of Surgical Services, on a regular basis to discuss departmental objectives, policies and procedures, standards of care, management and personnel concerns, incidents and
emergencies pertinent to patient care operations, personnel management, and other issues affecting the department.
B. Manages activities, workflow and nursing resources of assigned nursing unit(s).
a. Establishes an environment that will provide for the provision of quality patient care within the philosophy, objectives, and goals of the department, Division, and Medical Center. Inspects department
regularly for compliance with policies and procedures, goals, objectives, and philosophy. Takes appropriate action when noncompliance occurs.
b. Provides for effective and efficient utilization of personnel. Develops unit staffing patterns and time scheduling practices which: facilitate the delivery of consistent and efficient nursing care; comply with
budgetary constraints and applicable policies according to individual patient acuity. Plans, directs, and evaluates departmental routines. Supervises and coordinates all activities within the department
so that the work flow is smooth and in the best interest of patients, family members, personnel, and physicians.
i. Coordinates activities with other nursing and non‑nursing departments as appropriate in assuring the smooth functioning of individual department as well as house-wide cooperation.
ii. Establishes and maintains effective communications and rapport with Medical Staff members in a manner that is receptive to their needs and concerns thus providing for collaborative
c. Participates in hospital orientation programs in cooperation with the Education department. Participates with hiring, training, directing, development and evaluating of staff, and enforces regulatory
standards in areas of supervision and implements in-service programs to support and comply with these standards.
i. Assures that appropriate departmental orientation is provided to all personnel and that timely evaluation of orienteers occurs. Staffing responsibilities; RN’s, Surgical Technicians, Anesthesia
Technicians, OR Assistants, Certified Nurse Assistant, and Schedulers.
d. Monitors and adheres to cost initiatives regarding supplies, equipment, and preference cards. Evaluates the nursing care delivery system utilizing a variety of techniques such as consultation with
patients and health care providers, evaluates efficient use of resources, and perceived satisfaction of patients/families. Develops cost containment strategies: helps educate unit personnel on their role
in controlling costs.
C. Participates in maintaining accrediting agencies established standards and participating in the upgrading of standards by involvement in the planning of constructive change: (a) assists in establishing departmental and Division policies, implementation and administration of the policies, and assists in assuring that required standards are met; (b) participates in the updating and maintaining of procedure manuals; (c)cooperates with other members of Patient Care Services administration in the planning and organizing of Division functions and activities, establishing policy, achieving and/or maintaining objectives and goals, problem‑solving, institution of new systems when appropriate, and other appropriate or assigned projects; (d) provides staff and career development to subordinates and support for peers in professional and personal development. Implements established policies and procedures of the Medical Center and Nursing Division, and interprets them to personnel, patients, Medical Staff, and public. Follows Association of Operating Room Nurses (AORN) guidelines, American Society of Perianesthesia Nurses Standards (ASPAN), Association of the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI). Continues to monitor for overall quality assurance and compliance.
D. Participates in hospital, Medical Staff, and Division committees as assigned.
E. Keeps up‑to‑date in the field of nursing and departmental management through current literature, attendance at workshops and seminars. Maintains education attendance records of other departmental
Works in collaboration with the chief of Anesthesia. Works cooperatively/collaboratively with physicians to establish and maintain their practice, clinical requirements, and effectively manage the physician practice needs. Coordinates with physicians and their practice; assures the availability of necessary equipment, supplies, and instrumentation is established and continually managed.
Maintains contact with department directors and the Director of Surgical Services, as necessary, concerning interdepartmental needs and problems. Acts as a liaison between the Medical Staff and nursing staff when appropriate.
Reports to the Director of Surgical Services. Directly supervises the positions of ; charge nurse; staff nurses, both RNs and LPNs; nursing assistants, unit secretaries, transport aides, orderlies, and other personnel as assigned by the Director.
Company Culture & Perks
In 1901, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Belvidere, Ill. agreed to establish a hospital in Lewiston, Idaho. On Feb. 8, 1902, St. Joseph Hospital opened in a seven-room frame house. Despite the rugged conditions and limited space, the community recognized the need for a larger hospital and banded together to build and open a 50-bed facility in 1903.
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