Assistant Nurse Manager Pre-Anesthesia Testing

Assistant Nurse Manager Pre-Anesthesia Testing

  • Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi
  • Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Summary:

Responsible for providing clinical supervision to assigned employees and coordinating unit/area clinical operations with other departmental disciplines to ensure that safe, effective and efficient patient care is provided.

Education / Qualification:

Required:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Nursing
Preferred:
  • Certificate of prostgraduate Diploma in Nursing or Healthcare or Managemenr or Administration field

Experience:

Required:
  • Minimum (6) six years of clinical experience in an appropriate and relevant healthcare setting post qualification
  • Minimum (2) two years of experience in a Senior Charge Nurse (S.C.N.) position, or minimum of three (3) years in a Charge Nurse position
Preferred:
  • Indication of progressive leadership, management and clinical positions

License:

  • Valid and in a good Standing License in current country of practice

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

Clinical
  • Provides direct patient care in assigned unit
  • Supervises the delivery of patient care for assigned unit/area
  • Maintains adherence to CCAD patient care standards of practice through ongoing coordination and supervision of assigned staff
  • Facilitates communication and collaboration among and between unit staff and other departments/units regarding issues of patient care
  • Participates in the identification, development and establishment of the patient care program for the unit/area
  • Serves as a clinical resource for nursing personnel
  • Coordinates patient admitting, discharges, transfers and other operational issues
  • Monitors and resolves customer service issues and provides feedback regarding satisfaction results to Nursing Leadership
  • Facilitates the incorporation of patient safety and Magnet principles into clinical nursing care
Administrative
  • Provides ongoing clinical evaluations of nurses and other direct and indirect patient care providers in assigned unit/area
  • Counsels staff on performance issues, administers initial corrective actions and monitors attendance issues
  • Participates in interviewing, selecting and appraising the performance of staff
  • Monitors key performance indicators, including quality, patient safety, and patient and family satisfaction.
  • Administers and enforces CCAD, nursing and unit/area policies and procedures
  • Helps support quality improvement, accreditation and patient safety projects and research initiatives
  • Ensures assigned unit operates in conjunction with local and international regulatory and accreditation standards
  • Participates in the development of nursing schedules