Reporting to the Vice President Of Patient Experience & CNE, the Nurse Manager of the Emergency, Intensive Care, Cardiorespiratory Department and Regional Falls is responsible for providing effective leadership in collaboration with the Chief of Emergency, to ensure efficient resource management (physical, human, financial) and the activities and focus on safe, efficient patient care is maintained, which includes ER, ICU, Cardiorespiratory, and Regional Falls Program. This role provides leadership to a multi-disciplinary team of professionals and fosters an environment of learning, team work and individual growth.
Accountable for the results and activities of the Emergency, Intensive Care, Cardiorespiratory Department and Regional Falls Program
Accountable for the direction and leadership of the Department - while working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders
Directs all nursing and allied health functions, processes and activities of the Department
Provides leadership in optimizing patient flow, inter-professional standards of practice
Responsible for non-clinical support services staff working in the Department
Plans, directs, controls the design and implementation of policies, operating plans and processes affecting quality improvement, risks, regulatory compliance, satisfaction and safety
Accountable for the human, fiscal, material resources, and technical/administrative support
- Demonstrated focus on patient and staff safety through quality management
Responsible and accountable for setting the context of employees’ work and ensuring they have what they need to provide required services
Establishment and achievement of objectives for the department/service in accordance with the vision, mission, values and goals of the Hospital
Develop effective communication strategies that ensures timely information flow throughout the Emergency Department, between staff and physicians and with key stakeholders internal and external to the hospital.
Collaborate with all areas within the hospital and have many key interactions with internal and external partners and stakeholders
Contributes to corporate strategic direction, long-term planning, and capital expenditures through participation on key organizational committees
- Commitment to excellence in exceptional patient care and continual focus on quality improvement and results driven outcomes
- Work collaboratively and communicate with staff, patients, families, physicians, interdisciplinary team members and personnel from other hospital departments
- Recruitment, performance management and development of multidisciplinary team to ensure resources and skill levels are in place to meet program needs.
- Plan for and manage staff schedules and daily staffing needs based on planned and emergent patient activity
- Monitoring and analysis of operational budgets, implementing strategies to address variances and increase efficiencies.
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE
- Exhibits the core values of CGMH: Caring, Accountable, Respect, Excellence, Adaptable, Teamwork
- A Degree in Nursing
- Current registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario
- 5 - 10 years’ related Nursing experience
- Minimum 3-5 years’ experience in a leadership role
- Demonstrated clinical leadership skills, human resources management skills, and financial management skills
- Previous experience and knowledge of Studer, process mapping and implementing LEAN methods within a department is an asset
- Proficient computer skills with working knowledge of Meditech, computerized charting, Excel, Word, PowerPoint
Recent certifications that would be viewed as an asset:
BLS for Healthcare Providers
CTAS certification, ENC (C), ACLS, TNCC, non-violent crisis intervention and PALS certification