CLINICAL MANAGER

Overview

To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These values—integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion—must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.

 

JOB SUMMARY


Under the direction of the Director of Specialty Programs , the Clinical Manager is responsible for the quality of nursing care for designated clinical services. She/he directs and evaluates all staff within the Clinical Service. Manages patient flow and the efficient use of human, fiscal, and environmental resources. The Clinical Service Manager serves as a nursing resource and role model for the nursing and technical staff. She/he establishes effective collaborative relations with other members of the health care team and support services staff. She/he collaborates with instrument technicians, Unit Service Management, Building Services, Biomedical Engineering, and all other support services to ensure that the Dental Services are equipped, supplied, and properly prepared for patients and clinicians . The Clinical Manager participates in unit-based Quality Improvement activities, particularly as they relate to patients in their designated services. The Clinical Manager collaborates with the Leadership Group in staff development opportunities for staff.

EEO/AA/Disability/Veteran

Responsibilities

  • 1. Clinical Practice:
    • 1.1 Establishes an environment that is patient-focused, safe, and conducive to staff development.
  • 2. Resource Management:
    • 2.1 Plans monthly work schedule for all personnel within the Clinical Service, ensuring adequate staffing.
  • 3. Leadership:
    • 3.1 Promotes interdisciplinary collaboration through effective communications and negotiations.
  • 4. Professional Development:
    • 4.1 Works with the Nursing Leadership Group to ensure that staff achieve competency in generic and specialty knowledge and skills.

Qualifications

EDUCATION

 

Current Connecticut Nursing License required. Bachelor's degree in Nursing Required.

 

EXPERIENCE

 

Three (3) to (5) five years nursing experience in Outpatient setting or Critical Care, demonstrated clinical competence and professional accountability.

 

LICENSURE

 

Current CT Nursing License

 

SPECIAL SKILLS

 

Excellent communication and problem-solving skills. Must be flexible and able to manage stressful situations; ability to encourage and foster team work.

 


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