Otolaryngology Nurse Manager (ENT)
Title: Otolaryngology Nurse Manager (ENT)
Location: Manhattan NY 10001
Occupational Category: Allied Health
Description: Hiring an Otolaryngology Nurse Manager (ENT) for a world-class, patient-centered, integrated, academic medical center. The Otolaryngology Nurse Manager (ENT) will provide and integrate clinical leadership and management of a designated unit and provide patient care. The Otolaryngology Nurse Manager (ENT) will develop and sustain an environment of excellence in staff, and application of evidenced-based practice. The Otolaryngology Nurse Manager (ENT) will provide leadership for the unit, serving as a role model and resource for unit or service-level leadership staff.
- Interact with family and patients to resolve concerns related to delivery of healthcare services
- Promotes satisfaction of internal and external customers through effective communication.
- Collects, analyzes and uses data to drive practice changes that integrate quality, safety, patient experience.
- Promotes patient, physician and other consumer satisfaction by facilitating excellent customer service by all members.
- Interviews, hires, develops, guides, counsels, and disciplines nursing staff.
- Manages the unit budget
- Assures compliance with standards and regulations promulgated by all applicable agencies.
- Provides a suitable plan for optimal utilization of resources for safe, competent, and effective patient centered care delivery.
- Provides leadership for the unit, serving as a role model and resource for unit
- Participates in staff involvement in nursing research /evidence-based practice efforts.
- Participates in interdisciplinary and Partnering for Quality improvement programs and cultivates environment that promotes satisfaction and excellent clinical patient outcomes.
- Develops and implements action plans in response to internal and external benchmarking data, problems, findings, issues.
- Serves as a support and resource for the education of health professionals.
- Coordinate care delivery and assignment of staff based on patient care needs and clinical competency for outcomes.
- Baccalaureate degree in nursing or related area preferred
- Current Registered Professional Nurse in New York
- At least three years of clinical practice in the care of the patient population served
- Ability to develop, guide, motivate and coach others while providing progressive leadership