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Harborview Medical Center’s Allied & Ambulatory Care Services Department (AACS) has an outstanding opportunity for a Full-Time, Ambulatory Care Nurse Managerbof Professional Practice and Onboarding.
The Ambulatory Care Program Nurse Manager of Professional Practice and Onboarding is a registered nurse responsible for structured onboarding of new clinical staff in ambulatory care, development and implementation of evidence-informed nursing practice standards, and direct supervision of ambulatory care RN care managers/care coordinators in a population health model. The manager is a resource for development of policy, procedures, and standard work for in-person and virtual nursing care. The manager works under the general direction of the Associate CNO of Ambulatory Care. This leader exemplifies professionalism, high standards of ethics and integrity, and a commitment to equity, inclusiveness, and diversity. Essential Functions include: •Establish training, education, and resources for onboarding of nurses and medical assistants to assure an effective workforce. •Maintain a learning environment that supports staff in advancing knowledge, clinical practice, and organizational performance using collaborative and evidence-informed approaches. •Support and evaluate staff clinical competency; implement training and improvements to assure quality of care. •Plan, implement, and evaluate care management/care coordination nursing services as it applies to data, documentation, and team-based interactions across the continuum to improve the health of individuals and the community. •Lead and facilitate change to improve ambulatory care nursing interventions and strategies, including care management/care coordination and telehealth. •Identify essential elements of nursing documentation and analyze as part of practice evaluation. •Serve as a champion of nursing shared governance, a professional nursing structure, and measurement of nursing practice. •Prepare and monitor budget for assigned program and adhere to approved budget.
QUALIFICATIONS: •Demonstrated ability to develop, implement, and evaluate onboarding of new clinical staff (using multiple modalities, in-person and virtual) •Demonstrated ability to analyze practice issues and implement solutions/improvements informed by evidence •Proven leadership experience that includes team building, motivating staff, and communication skills across disciplines. •Advanced written and verbal skills •Flexibility in meeting workload demands which may include occasional evenings and weekends •Knowledge of MS Office platform (Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, etc.) •Knowledge of shared governance and ambulatory care nurse sensitive indicators
REQUIREMENTS: •Licensed to practice registered nursing in the state of WA. •BSN required •3-5 years ambulatory care clinical experience, including care management/care coordination and telehealth/telephone triage •2 years leadership experience; e.g. nurse manager/assistant manager, charge, preceptor, educator •Demonstrated management/leadership and program management sills related to the defined tasks, knowledge, skills and abilities. •An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.
DESIRED: •Experience with shared governance model of nursing practice •Masters in Nursing, PhD or DNP •Nursing specialty certification
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