A fantastic leadership opportunity has just opened for a Senior Nurse Manager to oversee Clinical Operations in this Emergency Department (ED). Join this trusted San Francisco Bay Area Community hospital, and lead a team of Emergency professionals in one of the hospital’s busiest units.
This 160-bed Medical Center in the San Francisco Bay Area is actively interviewing for an Emergency Department Nurse Manager to help its operations. This person will join an outstanding hospital that’s served the community for over 50 years and is regularly recognized as one of the best in this health system. Offering a wide range of specialty and general care, as well as some cutting-edge procedures, this medical center and community clinic network provides compassionate total care.
Reporting to the Administrative Director of Acute Care Services, the ED Nurse Manager will oversee clinical and administrative operations for a full range of Emergency Personnel. Supporting the Manager are three CEN (Certified Emergency Nurse) and TNCC certified Charge RNs, who support schedule development and clinical oversight. Described as a close-knit family, where everyone has each others back, the Emergency Services Department has a reputation for providing emotional and physical support to its staff.
As a clinical leader, you’ll oversee a strong staff of Emergency Registered Nurses, Triage and Admitting Nurses, Emergency Techs, and support staff. The Senior ED Nurse Manager will:
- Drive performance and skill improvement among the staff through regular skill assessments, workflow evaluations, and execution of LEAN techniques.
- Will serve as a mentor and role model for the nursing staff, displaying grace under pressure and helping young nurses define career paths.
- The ED Manager provide opportunities for the staff to grow and learn by sponsoring/supporting educational development in collaboration with the hospital’s inpatient Critical Care Services Educator.
Administratively, the Sr. Nurse Manager will help control the budget and fiscal performance for the Emergency Department. You’ll take center stage in evaluating staff competencies, addressing skill gaps, and working with the necessary business partners to make sure Emergency Services is running smoothly.
The San Francisco Bay Area is well known to have something for everyone. The artistic type, the gourmand, the outdoors person, and the home-body will all find something comforting. Contemporary street art, murals, galleries, and public installations adorn the streets just about everywhere you look. Hundreds of acres of coastline, nature trails, and parkland surround one of California’s most beautiful cities. With Silicon Valley and San Jose a short distance to the south, Stanford, UC Berkeley, and some of California’s best primary schools, the Bay Area is a great place for the Emergency Services Nurse Manager to raise a family. Connected by Bay Area Rapid Transit and one of the nation’s best networks of buses and light-rails, you’ll find that it’s easy to get where ever you’re going.
You’ll play a vital role in the clinical and operational oversight of this crucial department, within this important hospital. Supported by a strong leadership team, a stable organization, and a thankful community, the Chief Financial Officer will find a great place to be. You’ll also find a competitive salary and generous benefits package await you.