ASSISTANT NURSE MANAGER: Under the direction of and in collaboration with the nurse manager, has 24-hour accountability for their area(s) of responsibility. This accountability encompasses: patient care outcomes, service excellence, human resource issues, fiscal management, quality improvement compliance, and communication. Emphasis should be placed on creating a positive environment that fosters professional growth and retention. This environment is supported by the Assistant Nurse Manager (ANM) acting as a role model and as a mentor and coach to the staff.
DEPARTMENT SPECIFIC: This position requires previous experience in pre/post/ and intraoperative areas, charge nurse experience, and ACLS certification. EDUCATION: Bachelor's Degree in Nursing Incumbents must obtain BSN by January 2018. Certification in related specialty within two years of assuming position or within 6 months of becoming eligible for the exam (whichever comes first) Registered Nurse EXPERIENCE: 2-3 years Clinical Nursing or in a related field 1-2 years Progressive Leadership Nursing SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE: .
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