Briefly explain the job's overall objective: The Clinical Nurse
Manager will provide the knowledge, skill, and expertise necessary
to successfully support the daily operations of the clinical unit
while supporting unit alignment with organizational mission,
vision, and goals.
The Clinical Nurse Manager will be responsible to:
Support and maintain successful unit-based throughput efforts
through the facilitation of appropriate and timely bed assignments
resulting in fair, safe, and balanced clinical workloads for all
clinical team members.
Ensure that all available resources are utilized in an
efficient, effective, fiscally responsible manner that supports the
delivery of safe, high-quality care to all patients.
Identify, implement, and support the deployment of
evidence-based interventions designed to maximize successful input,
throughput and output related processes.
Support staff engagement by serving the unit in a consistent,
supportive, compassionate, and nurturing manner.
Facilitate the successful and appropriate allocation of clinical
resources through preemptive planning while also demonstrating the
ability to execute safe and clinically appropriate strategies to
address urgent and emergent clinical needs.
Serve as a role model/mentor empowering all clinical staff to
identify innovative solutions to address patient needs while
ensuring all clinical staff receive the support needed to practice
in alignment with the full scope of their clinical role.
Support and empower the clinical team in the implementation of
successful evidence-based practice changes in effort to address
opportunities for improvement that are identified through quality,
process, and performance improvement efforts.
Ensures the delivery of quality patient care through the
coordination of organizational priorities at the direction of the
Clinical Director . Assists the Clinical Director in coordinating
interdepartmental and ancillary activities to ensure quality,
cost-effective patient care.
Lead the collaboration of inter-professional care teams to
achieve successful clinical outcomes for all patients.
Identify and support the elements of improved care quality
including: improvements in nursing sensitive care quality
indicators (NDNQI), effective care coordination, mitigation of gaps
/omissions in care, prevention of potential errors from reaching
Scheduled Days / Hours: Full time night shift (12 hours) and
every 3rd weekend
Graduate from an NLN accredited school of nursing.
Bachelor's in Nursing required, Masters preferred or in progress
within 6-12 months of hire
A minimum of 2 years of clinical nursing experience in an acute
care setting, with 1 year of demonstrated leadership abilities.
Required License/Certifications/ Registration:
NJ-RN: Current New Jersey license as a Registered Nurse
BLS & ACLS certification
CNL or AACN Specialty certification preferred
Excellent communication, interpersonal, and leadership skills