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Clinical Ops Resource RN

Req #:  117937
Facility:  Illinois Masonic Medical Center
Department:  Nursing
City:  Chicago
Posting Budget Status:  Twelve hour 7a-7p
Shift Type:  Registry
Posting FTE:  0

Position Requirements:
BSN required.
At least four years' inpatient/acute care nursing experience.
Previous charge nurse or leadership experience.
Strong clinical skills
Problem solving and analytical
ability.
Exceptional communication
skills.
High level of customer service
skills.
Utilization of critical thinking in
timely decision making

Current RN license in the State
of Illinois.
Specialty certification per hospital requirements.

Board Certification within 2 years of hire date or when eligible
Resiliency and flexibility to deal with a changing environment.
Ability to work collaboratively with internal/external
customers.
Ability to demonstrate a commitment to patient safety, patient
care and outcomes.
Ability to prioritize independently and respond to multiple
simultaneous requests.
Ability to work in a fast~paced environment with established
time constraints and in difficult situations.
May be exposed to hazardous material and body substances.


Ability to lift up to 35 pounds without assistance. For patient
lifts of over 35 pounds, or when patient is unable to assist with the lift, patient handling equipment is expected to be used, with at least one other associate, when available. Unique patient
lifting/movement situations will be assessed on a case~by~case
basis.


Purpose:
The Clinical Operations Resource RN assists the Manager of Staffing Effectiveness in providing administrative and clinical leadership on all shifts. The Nursing Clinical Operations Resource Nurse will help plan, coordinate and manage personnel and resources to provide the highest quality patient care with trained, professional and competent staff in the most cost~effective manner. In conjunction with the manager, the Nursing Clinical Operations Resource RN will collaborate with physicians and other health care disciplines to assure optimal patient care. This role will also be responsible for facilitating safe, effective and efficient patient throughput and placement.

Accountabilities:
A.Works with the Patient Command Center and coordinates staffing for the facilitation of safe and efficient patient throughput and global distribution of staffing resources. 1.Oversees operational efficiency and utilization of labor resources of the assigned shift in collaboration with unit~based charge nurses to ensure HPPD and LCE targets are met 2.Participates in daily safety and capacity huddles 3.Makes staffing recommendations and assignments at identified levels of competency as determined by state law, hospital policy, and regulatory agencies for the provision of safe and high~quality patient care. 4.Solicits feedback on customer needs by performing ongoing assessments and rounding and shares findings offering suggestions for improvement. Customers include patients, visitors, physicians, and staff. 5.Works with teams to develop, implement and track results of quality improvement activities contributing to overall quality of care, KRA goals and regulatory requirements 6.Understands departmental productivity measures and uses monitoring, data reports, technology and assessment tools to assess the effectiveness of work hour and labor cost efficiency 7.Gathers, records, and responds to staffing needs according to fluctuations in staffing and census updating AdvocateWorks schedule as needed. 8.Provides correspondence with outside agencies for the management of agency resources as needed.
1.Works with teams to develop, implement and track results of quality improvement activities contributing to overall quality of care, KRA goals and regulatory requirements 2.Understands departmental productivity measures and uses monitoring, data reports, technology and assessment tools to assess the effectiveness of work hour and labor cost


Nearest Major Market: Chicago

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