CLINICAL NURSE MANAGER MED SURG
As Mount Sinai continues to grow, so does our legacy of caring.
Mount Sinai Medical Center is proud to be South Florida's hospital of choice for great medicine. With more than 4000 employees, 500 volunteers, 670 beds, 26 operating suites and more than 650 physicians and 950 nurses, Mount Sinai is South Florida's largest private independent not-for-profit teaching hospital.
It takes the contribution of many individuals to make Mount Sinai the world-class institution it is today. As a team, we have focused our efforts on assuring that our patients receive high quality medical care. We're looking for motivated professionals who seek the challenge and stimulation of working in an academic medical center with an international reputation.
Actively contributes to team effort by helping, supporting and being present/available on the floor. Plans organizes and directs activities of all unit Staff available on the shift.
Leads during complex/stressful situations. Ensures timely and appropriate actions and follows up on the effectiveness of the solution.
Maintains a cooperative relationship among health care teams by communicating relevant and timely information.
Performs Daily Dialogues on a consistent and reliable basis taking maximum advantage of the 15 minutes allocated to the meeting.
Schedule: Timely prepares and communicates the Unit's monthly schedule, balancing patient acuity, census, staff skills, experience, availability and special requests to minimize overtime use and to meet budgetary needs.
Staff availability: Identifies staffing patterns to cover the unit's needs around the clock and performs daily adjustment to schedule and proactively calls team members if the Operation needs help.
Payroll: Verifies and updates payroll system on a daily basis and troubleshoots with Director and pending issue.
Weekly Dialogue: Actively participates in the Weekly Dialogue, contributes with his/her ideas and follows up on assigned tasks.
Process Confirmation: Executes all Process Confirmations scheduled for the shift. Provides immediate feedback to employee (strengths & opportunity areas), updates tracking tool and adds comments.
Incidents Reporting: Timely reports incidents and discusses with Director opportunities and solutions to prevent incident from reoccurring.
Licenses and Accreditations: Ensures all Nurses have all appropriate licenses/accreditations, keeping track and anticipating due dates.
Bachelor's Degree in Nursing is preferred.
Licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Florida is required.
Three years of Nursing leadership experience.
An excellent, team focused work environment with opportunity for professional growth
Competitive salary with bonus potential
Savings plan with company match
A variety of health, dental and vision plans
On-site childcare, tuition reimbursement, and much more!
Mount Sinai Medical Center Of Miami Beach