Clinical Nurse Manager 1 - Daycare

Blackrock Health Hermitage ClinicBlackrock Health Hermitage Clinic is a private hospital providing a full range of medical and surgical care across a broad spectrum of specialities. The Daycare department provides a range of services and the CNM 1 holds an important role in assisting the CNM 2 with maintaining and developing best practice, service planning, co-ordinating, managing activity and resources within the Daycare department. About the roleThe role is responsible for the provision of quality service in line with standards of Daycare nursing practice. As a key member of the frontline management team, the CNM 1 in Daycare will demonstrate managerial and leadership skills and facilitate effective communication with colleagues in the hospital. The position requires a participative approach to the development of services and structures, embracing continuous quality improvement and the management of changes necessary to achieve organisational objectives.OperationsManage the unit taking responsibility for the safe flow of patients through the department, delivery and co-ordination of nursing services for patients whilst ensuring effective, efficient and quality specialist nursing care service. Assist with the development and implementation of strategies to optimise the safe and efficient flow of patients through the daycare department and minimize wait times. Demonstrate accurate time management skills in scheduling, coordinating, and overseeing patient appointments and procedures.Collaborate with the CNM 2 and nursing staff to create and maintain efficient schedules that prioritize patient needs and optimize resource utilization.Monitor and address any issues related to time management in the daycare department that may impact patient care delivery.Plan specialist nursing service, innovations and developments.Ensure that nursing care is based on the latest research findings and constitute best practice. Develop close links with other healthcare facilities relevant to the delivery and enhancement of services. Monitor complaints and investigate any nursing and clinical complaints, taking corrective action as appropriate and review audit to ensure there are no re-occurrences.Ensure that all records are properly and accurately maintained.Facilitate effective communication with patients, relatives, visitors and multi-disciplinary team as necessary ensuring patient confidentiality is respected and maintained at all times.Communicate and develop effective relationships with Medical Consultants, Clinical Nurse Managers and other relevant hospital staff to ensure safe, efficient management of the unit.Identify opportunities for the development of services that will improve the care of patients.Liaise with the Nursing Services Manager and Assistant Director of Nursing on a regular basis, as appropriate, providing feedback on unit activity and issues.In conjunction with the CNM 2, ensure that systems for the provision of clinical and non-clinical services are satisfactory and that they are timely and economically utilised.Contribute to an annual review of nursing services including the preparation of an annual report.Ensure that all staff within the Unit are familiar with the plan for management of critical incidents and that the Unit is ready to meet such a demand.Work with the IT Department and clinicians in the development of computerised systems for patient management and ensure that these are maintained and upgraded.In consultation with staff continually monitor stock levels, suitability, usage and potential for savings. Advise the Assistant Director of Nursing on alternative supplies and changes in practice which impact on costs.Provide advice to the Nursing Service Manager on duty and/or the Assistant Director of Nursing on matters relating to the care of patients in the Unit.Promote a patient centred culture of openness and responsiveness to positive and constructive patient feedback and ensuring patient dignity, respect and choice is maintained in their care.  People ManagementProvide clinical and management leadership for registered nurses and ensure an effective learning environment for the multidisciplinary team and taking an active part in the delivery of care as appropriate.Work within the code of Professional Conduct for Nurses, participation in the development of the Scope of Practice and provide strong professional leadership and direction for nursing services.Promote an environment that is conducive to the development of best practice, enhances staff retention and promotes good industrial relations.Maintain a high level of staff morale, promoting good communication, team spirit and job satisfaction among members of the multidisciplinary team. Strive to ensure that staff are accountable, responsible and have authority to practice and manage within their roles.Play a role in the recruitment and selection of nursing and support staff for the service.Ensure that all new nursing and support staff in the Unit receive an adequate orientation and induction programme, have a clear understanding of their duties, responsibilities and standards of performance at all times.Ensure that staff nurses are effectively supported with annual reviews and the development of personal development plans, where required.Assist in providing a duty roster that ensures resources are deployed effectively and efficiently to cope with fluctuations in workload, case complexity, adequate skills mix, planned Unit activity or staff absence difficulties.Comply with all HR system and policy requirements including recording of relevant dataContribute to the formal mechanism for communication among the nursing team including schedules for staff meetings.Essential CriteriaBe registered in the general division of the Register of Nurses maintained by NMBIHave at least five years recent relevant post-registration nursing experience (full-time or equivalent hours part-time) in an acute hospital setting and a minimum of two years nursing experience in a Daycare Unit.Have a recognised post-registration nursing course - Higher Diploma or Post Grad course in in a relevant nursing discipline or be in pursuit of same.Hold an up to date Advanced Cardiac Life Support course or be in pursuit of sameWhy work with us?The Hermitage Clinic are passionate about our people and believe in their development and growth. As a member of the Hermitage Clinic team you can benefit from: An Education Support ProgrammeFamily Friendly hours availableDevelopment opportunitiesOpportunities for career progressionAccess to a Pension SchemeSubsidised RestaurantFree staff car parkingEmployee Assistance ProgrammeLife Assurance Blackrock Health Hermitage Clinic is an Equal Opportunities Employer with a strong commitment to diversity, inclusion and equality at all levels of the organisation. If you require assistance due to a disability during the recruitment process, please email hr@hermitageclinic.ie




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