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Nursing Team Coordinator - ICU - Days in Clyde, NC at Haywood Regional Medical Center

Date Posted: 3/25/2019

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Job Description

Haywood Regional Medical Center

The RN Care Team Coordinator is a registered professional nurse who functions under the direction of the Nursing Service Director or Department Manager and is responsible for using independent judgment in coordinating and assigning the overall functions and activities of a nursing department/unit on a designated shift to assure successful safe delivery of age appropriate and culturally aware patient care. The RN Care Team Coordinator is accountable for addressing the patient/family biological, emotional, developmental, psychosocial, and education needs. This RN is given authority to facilitate the management of personnel/clinical activities of the department/unit on the designated shift, including directing work and taking corrective action, ensuring efficient patient throughput, participating in employee evaluation, and serving as a resource/support to the staff, physicians, patients, families, and other departments.

Job Requirements

Required

Minimum Education:

Graduate of an accredited/approved school of nursing; current licensure as a professional registered nurse in the State of North Carolina.  BLS is required.

Minimum Experience:

A minimum of two (2) years experience acute care nursing practice that includes sufficient clinical and management experience to ensure competence

Skills:

Ability to read, write and speak the English language; Strong customer service and interpersonal skills; Inter- and intra-departmental coordination of patient care activities; Delegation skills required; Ability to multi-task essential; Ability to function in stressful and emergency situations essential; Strong detail orientation required; Computer skills required; Personal time management skills are required Adept as a change agent; Utilizes wide range of theories in managing complex problems or problem resolution; Demonstrated expertise related to the following required: commitment to the advancement of nursing practice and the nursing profession, interpersonal communication skills related to knowledge of group/system dynamics, commitment to staff education and development;; Compliance with the American Nurses' Association Code of Ethics for Professional Nurses is required; Demonstrates knowledge of and practices within parameters outlined in North Carolina Nurse Practice Act

Preferred

Baccalaureate degree in nursing (BSN) from an accredited school of nursing preferred; national certification in area of nursing specialty preferred


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