Hours are variable depending on clinic needs. In addition to the 40 hours a week, this position will share rotation with other nurse managers to fill in for night triage nurses when needed. Schedule will be discussed at interview. (Note: The required 3 references have to be professional references.)
Manages nursing staff and provides nursing services within the General Medicine clinics for University Health Services.
Provides supervisory responsibility for nursing staff within General Medicine. Collaborates with the physician team leader to develop policies, procedures, and standards of patient care. Provides direct patient care as needed. Provides back-up coverage for night triage nurses on a rotating basis. Provides coverage for other UHS clinics as needed. Supports and participates in Community Outreach clinics. Promotes UHS Customer Service Program among staff.
Exhibits customer service-oriented behavior and excellent public relations skills in all aspects of work. Other related functions as assigned.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Registration and license from the Texas State Board of Nurse Examiners. Three years of experience in a supervisory/management role in ambulatory care, clinic setting. Current CPR certification. Demonstrates good communication skills, professional demeanor, and interpersonal and team-building skills. Experience writing policy and/or procedures or can demonstrate excellent writing skills. Demonstrated ability to successfully work with a diverse community and provide services from a non-judgmental perspective. Experience using a PC. Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.
Master's degree in Nursing or related field. More than 3 years of experience in a supervisory/management role in ambulatory care, clinic setting. Experience using electronic medical records. More than 10 years experience in ambulatory clinic nursing. College health experience.
May work around standard office conditions May work around biohazards Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation Use of manual dexterity Occasional exposure to blood borne pathogens. Exposure to fumes, chemicals, sprays, and commercial items found in standard office conditions, medical clinics, and in repairs and maintenance.