Are you seeking an outstanding Assistant Nurse Manager role with our SurgiCenter Operating Room? Christiana Hospital & Wilmington Hospital is the only Level I trauma service on the East Coast corridor between Philadelphia & Baltimore and has been honored repeatedly as "One of America's Best Hospitals" by U.S. News & World Report and three-times recognized as a Magnet Status Hospital.
Incredible Work/Life benefits include an annual membership to care.com, access to backup care services for dependents through Care@Work, retirement planning services, financial mentor, fitness and wellness reimbursement, and excellent discounts through several vendors for hotels, rental cars, theme parks, shows, sporting events, movie tickets and much more!
We also provide tuition assistance for degreed programs, and for some Nursing programs, we offer to pre-pay. Our medical/dental/vision benefits are available to our caregivers on their first day of employment! And we offer two different mechanisms for planning for your retirement, a 403(b) and a defined contribution plan.
The SurgiCenter is located at Christiana Hospital - Newark campus and is seeking an Assistant Nurse Manager to work Day Shift Monday through Friday (No holidays, No weekends, and No call) - Hours 0630 - 1500, with coverage/hours changing as needed to provide oversight & direction of the surgical schedule.
In this role, you will assist the Nurse Manager in the overall administrative direction for the clinical practice of nursing and delivery of high quality and efficient care to all patients using the services of this area.
Shares 24-hour responsibility and accountability for all aspects of daily operational activity.
Directly supervises nursing and technical personnel: Assesses proficiency of staff, Oversees daily staffing and scheduling needs of the department, Evaluates staff performance, and Counsels staff members when performance issues are identified.
Participates in all hiring, promotion, salary adjustment, and termination decisions.
Functions as a highly clear role model, demonstrating quality expertise and professional behaviors which support the professional development of staff and the strategic goals of CCHS.
Identifies and develops strategies to improve the overall knowledge base and integrity of the staff.
Directs, mentors, and supports all levels of staff on the floor.
Identifies potential future leaders and engages in succession planning.
Analyzes administrative and operational functions; implements appropriate changes and system-wide improvements.
- Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Nursing required. Master's required within 5 years.
- RN required. Operating Room experience required.
- 5 years of appropriate clinical and leadership experience.
- Current Certification required. (CNOR certification) If selected, the candidate will within six months of the start date, successfully complete the professional certification.
- BLS - Basic Life Skills - required