On September 3, 2019, the newly constructed Brigham and Women's Health Care Center - Pembroke opened. With this growth, we are actively recruiting for dynamic individuals to join our team. Each of our team members must embody a commitment to high quality patient care standards, a commitment to collaboration and teamwork, and a dedication to putting every patient first, every day.
Brigham and Women's Harbor Medical Associates is part of the Brigham and Women's Physicians Organization and is a multispecialty, primary care practice with more than 65 physicians in our several offices on the South Shore.
You will find our practice culture stimulating and rewarding. We value all our employees and offer comprehensive benefits. We are affiliated with Brigham and Women's Hospital, Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center and South Shore Hospital.
Providing clinical leadership for Brigham Health's growing South Shore Region, the Professional Development Manager (PDM), will work collaboratively with the Director of Operations to design, coordinate, and implement programs for staff development, education, research, quality, as well as define and implement evidence-based practice across all South Shore sites. S/he will promote an environment that facilitates professional growth and role competence, with a concentrated focus on specialty proficiency and regulatory compliance for our clinical support staff. In collaboration with the Director of Operations, s/he is accountable for hiring and evaluating clinical staff performance and will actively participate in the budgetary process. The PDM will ensure that current evidence-based practice is consistent across the region. The well-qualified candidate will promote a just culture and a culture of safety, with goals that are patient- and family-centered. S/he will serve as a highly visible leader and role model in the development, pursuit, and achievement of Brigham Health Ambulatory mission and goals. S/he will embrace the concept of change and lead staff through the change process as evidenced by adoption of new behaviors or processes and improved outcome measures.
PRIncipAL Duties and Responsibilities:
Participates in leadership strategic planning meetings
Applies theoretical and experiential knowledge of nursing practice to determine project and program strategies related to staff competency, new programs, new technologies, research, and evidence-based practice.
Provides expertise, direction and is responsible for the development of goals and objectives for educational programs.
Leads evidence-based practice initiatives.
Provides leadership coverage for patient care and nursing practice in the absence of a Director of Operations.
In collaboration with Director of Operations, and Practice Administrator, responsible for hiring, evaluations, discipline, corrective action plans and workplace investigations of clinical support staff.
Conducts annual and ongoing evaluation of nurses, and medical assistants, providing formal and informal feedback.
Identifies learning needs and develops and works with each sites team to implements programs for patient education.
Facilitates the acquisition of advanced clinical skills in clinical staff nurses and graduate students through role modeling, practice, coaching and consultation in the clinical setting.
Participates in development of programs/systems to meet the requirements of BH, as well as state and federal regulatory agencies to ensure compliance.
Encourages and recommends nurses for committee work based on their interest and clinical expertise.
Ensure compliance and education of policies/guidelines based on changes in practice, new equipment, or products along with ensuring education/in-servicing is completed.
With guidance from BH Nursing Leadership and/or Director of Operations communicates clear expectations for quality initiatives and outcomes measures and strategies to enhance performance measures.
Leads quality and safety efforts while promoting a just culture framework.
Participates in root cause analysis and implements/supports improvement efforts.
Assists Director of Operations in the creation of a budget for programmatic work and monitors expenditures in accordance with budget allocations.
Provides recommendations to Director of Operations for capital budget purchases.
Promotes cost effective delivery of care and programs and keeps within budget.
Determines training resource requirements for designated programs.
Participates in and presents at hospital, regional, ambulatory, BWPO, and service line committees, councils, and educational programs as requested.
Keeps current on issues, practice, and new trends related to environment of care, technology, and supplies and the education of professional and non-professional care coordination personnel.
Maintains and updates clinical knowledge and skills based on current nursing and health care practices.
Identifies own learning needs and goals, and designs a plan to meet them.
Supports the nursing professional practice model and care delivery model.
Participates in annual employee feedback.
Participates in activities that foster employee support and networking.
Fulfills professional role through involvement in professional organization activities, presentations, and publications.
Demonstrates professional, courteous, and respectful demeanor in working with patients, families, staff, and providers.
Collaborates with interprofessional teams on identified programs/projects
Travel between sites regularly; periodic travel to main campus
Current Massachusetts licensure as a registered nurse required.
MSN (or) MS with a major in Nursing (or) DNP (or) PhD with a major in Nursing (or) Master's degree in a related field preferred
Minimum five years of clinical experience as a clinical nurse with demonstrated evidence of leadership progression.
Demonstrated evidence of competent nursing practice in clinical area or specialty.
Demonstrated leadership and management skills.
Ability to effectively collaborate with the Brigham Health professional community at large.
Expertise in evidence-based practice, writing, research and practice development.
Expert critical thinking skills.
Expertise in leading training and education programs.
Strong interpersonal skills to work with people at all levels of the organization.
Ability to motivate self and others and change attitudes when necessary.
Ability to be self-directed and to work independently at times.
Ability to offer and initiate new ideas.
Ability to support rapid change process.
Excellent time management skills.
Computer skills in Microsoft office required and Epic skills preferred.
Hours dependent on the program and needs of the sites
a. Nights and weekends may be required periodically
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