RN Charge ICU FT Nights
Company: Carondelet St. Josephs Hospital
Posted on: September 19, 2023
Up to $15K Bonus Based on Eligibility Welcome to Carondelet
Health Network, where making a real difference in people's lives is
at the heart of everything we do. Beyond just medical treatments,
we believe in the power of genuine connections and heartfelt
compassion. It's what sets us apart and makes us truly special.
When you join our team, you're not just stepping into a job you're
becoming part of a community that uplifts and supports each other
every day. We know that healthcare requires a unique blend of
talent and dedication, and we are fully committed to providing an
environment that enriches and rewards your journey. Picture
yourself among the brightest healthcare professionals, all united
by a common purpose: caring for our community with unwavering
commitment. At Carondelet, you won't just find colleagues; you'll
find awe-inspiring teammates who share your passion for making a
meaningful impact. If you're ready to go above and beyond, to
embrace the energy and camaraderie that Carondelet Health System
offers, then join us on this incredible adventure. Together, we'll
create a healthier, happier world one patient at a time. Let your
career find its purpose here at Carondelet. RN Charge ICU FT Nights
Position Summary The Clinical Lead is a registered nurse who
assists the nurse manager/director in coordination, direction,
throughput and evaluation of patient care, unit activities and
staff activities and performance on an assigned shift. Incorporates
knowledge of the nursing process and professional standards of
nursing in daily practice. Applies knowledge of patient
requirements, growth and development to effectively make
assignments and interventions. Facilitates the provision of
consistent care based on changing needs of patients on unit.
Manages clinical and non-clinical activities on the unit in absence
of the unit manager/director. Coordinates all unit activities for
smooth operation in the absence of the unit manager/director.
Responsibilities Supports, evaluates, prioritizes and supervises
patient care and unit needs during assigned shift.
Serves as designee for unit matters in nurse manager/director
Makes assignments for staff to meet patient care needs and for
Makes patient assignments and delegates unit specific task
assignments to ensure patient care and unit needs are met.
Monitors effectiveness and completion of unit assignments.
Evaluates staffing by considering mix of caregivers, patient
volumes (current and anticipated), patient acuity and staff
For shift assigned and oncoming shift; demonstrates timely and
effective communication skills in daily interactions with team
members and others.
Performance Improvement/Quality: Seeks to proactively improve
quality of the services provided and patient care outcomes.
Serves as unit champion and resource to staff for quality and
patient safety initiatives and issues.
Effectively uses change management methods to support improvement
Serves as role model for exceptional customer service and
facilitates and actively participates in service recovery efforts
during the shift on unit.
Teacher/Mentor - Improves job performance of staff by assisting in
personal and professional development through preceptor training
and role modeling for care delivery and desired behaviors.
Provides professional/technical/clinical/coaching support for
Assists and actively participates with nurse manager/director with
quality projects and staff annual performance evaluations.
Troubleshoots issues which arise that require an immediate
resolution and keeping nurse manager/director informed of
circumstances, actions and outcome.
On shifts not in clinical lead/charge nurse role, takes patient
care assignment, serves as preceptor or other roles determined to
meet patient care needs of the unit for the shift.
Serves as representative for unit or nursing department on
committees or task forces as assigned by nurse manager/director or
Routinely reinforces the organization vision, mission and values of
Carondelet Health Network through role model behavior. THE RN
CHARGE ICU FT NIGHTS CANDIDATE WILL POSSESS THE FOLLOWING
EDUCATION, LICENSE/CERTIFICATIONS, AND EXPERIENCE. Education
Required: Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing.
Preferred: BSN preferred, not required. Licensure
Required: Valid current Arizona Nursing License. Certificates
Required: Required in area of clinical specialty within 3 years
from ANCC or other approved credentialing entity (i.e. critical
care: CCRN). Experience
Required: Must have functioned in an RN role for a minimum of 1
year ICU experience required. Skills
Required: Use of general patient care equipment and communication
equipment; use of unit-specific equipment (clinical and general).
Ability to adapt to changes in healthcare technology and support
others in transition and learning. Effective verbal and written
communication skills. Knowledge
Required: Nurse Practice Act. Technology
Required: Basic computer skills.
Required: Must be able to work variable shifts, holidays, and/or
weekends. Required: Must be currently licensed, certified or
registered to practice profession as required by law, regulation in
state of practice or policy. CPR #LI-CN12305016562
Employment practices will not be influenced or affected by an
applicants or employees race, color, religion, sex (including
pregnancy), national origin, age, disability, genetic information,
sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status
or any other legally protected status. Tenet will make reasonable
accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities unless
doing so would result in an undue hardship. by Jobble
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