The Off-Shift Nurse Manager is a professional nurse who functions as both an administrative and clinical leader to ensure patient- focused care consistent with the hospital mission, department goals, policies, protocols & procedures, regulatory requirements, and established standards of practice. The primary responsibilities include the coordination, direct supervision, and evaluation of personnel and nursing care, as well as management of fiscal and other resources during off-shifts, weekends and holidays.
Requires graduation from an accredited baccalaureate nursing program; MSN preferred.
(Current BMC employees with demonstrated commitment and subject area expertise may be considered with an Associates in Nursing with approval).
Requires license to practice professional nursing as a Registered Nurse in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Work requires basic cardiac life support certification; ACLS preferred.
Demonstrated expertise in recent clinical nursing practice with 3 -5 years of progressively responsible leadership experience. Previous management ability preferred.
Requires analytical ability to solve clinical nursing issues, manage budgets, supervise staff and conduct quality improvement projects.
Must have excellent organizational skill to appropriately set priorities and efficiently complete work.
Advanced verbal interpersonal and writing skills in order to perform required leadership duties.
Basic computer proficiency inclusive of ability to access and enter data from computerized information systems.
Work requires physical ability to perform core job responsibilities in accordance with the setting demands for patient populations regularly served.
Boston Medical Center