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RN Shift Coordinator, Neonatal ICU, UofL Health-University Hospital, Varies, Full Time

UofL Health
Louisville, Kentucky
Closing date
May 17, 2022

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Registered Nurse (RN)
Neonatal ICU (NICU)
Position Type
Full Time
Work Setting
Hospital / Medical Center
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The RN Shift Coordinator in the Center for Women and Infants will provide support and will work collaboratively with the Clinical Manager and the Director. The Shift Coordinator will hold staff accountable on his/her shift and provide feedback to Clinical Manager. The Shift Coordinator is an extension of the Clinical Manager and is empowered to address issues and concerns on his/her respective shift. This staff member will dedicate approximately 30% of their time to patient care.

Assist with staffing and Improve patient experience by rounding on patients and providing service recovery on her/his Ensure compliance with metrics, monitor and respond to patient safety events, and assist with quality data abstraction. Act as a resource for Participate in the staff interview process, retention and engagement of Provide feedback for and assist with the writing and delivering of performance Partner with the Clinical Managers to provide coaching and counseling asActively participate on committees, unit meetings, and quality initiatives.

Registered Nurse actively licensed in the state of Kentucky. Must hold a BSN from an accredited school of nursing. Minimum of three years of nursing experience in either L, mother-baby, or NICU required. Minimum of three years' experience as a charge nurse or in another leadership role preferred. National nursing certification in field of specialty preferred or to be completed within 1 year of hire date. BLS, NRP, and STABLE required. ACLS preferred or to be completed within 1 year of hire.
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