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Clinical Care Coordinator

Clinical Care Coordinator

Job ID 
2017-1106
# of Openings 
1
Posted Date 
11/28/2017
Category 
Nursing
Type 
Regular Full-Time
Schedule 
6:00AM - 2:30PM MON-FRI and every other weekend
Location 
US-VA-Norfolk
Zip Code 
23502

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Overview

(Applicants may download their resume; however we are unable to schedule an interview without a completed online application for employment.  This position requires a specific level of formal education and a specific license or certificate.  Documentation of the education and license/certificate must be provided to the Home before orientation begins.)

 

Clinical Care Coordinator (CCC)  (Night shift, 12:00MN -  8:30AM MON-FRI and every other weekend)

 

I. JOB SUMMARY:

Working under a person centered model of care, the Clinical Care Coordinator manages the day-to-day operations of a living unit or units of the Home. The incumbent is expected to: initiate emergency procedures as required; plan and coordinate nursing activities; organize, direct and assign nursing staff; and ensure that the clinical and personal care needs of the individuals being served within assigned units are maintained to the highest standards of practice, 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. The incumbent participates in hiring decisions for, and assessing and monitoring performance of the nurses on her/his assigned units. 

 

II. RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

   Following guidelines issued by the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO), the Clinical

   Care Coordinator:

 

A.  Updates the CNO regularly on all staff and resident issues of significance.

 

B.  Manages and supervises unit nurses; is visible and accessible on the units, practicing a hands-on approach to clinical care.

 

C.  Plans and evaluates the overall nursing needs of the individuals served at The Home

 

D.  Coordinates with the Clinic and Appointment nurses to insure that the clinical needs of the individuals cared for at The Home are met.

 

E.  Takes a leadership role in effecting positive changes and is a role model for the Nursing Department as an integral component of The Home’s interdisciplinary environment.

 

F.  Coordinates new admissions and discharges with unit nurses and other departments.

 

G.  Assists unit nurses in coordinating with hospital staff on emergency discharges to a hospital and readmission back to The Home.

 

H.  Coordinates the daily nursing assignments, staffing needs and related changes.

 

I.  Updates staff schedule using the Kronos timekeeping system and the Agenda scheduling system

 

J.  Ensures assigned staff compliance with facility and departmental policies and procedures to provide the highest standards of practice

 

K.  Maintains an efficient, effective and positive working and living environment for staff, residents and their visitors/family members and addresses concerns appropriately

 

L.  Within CNO guidelines, manages a self-schedule that includes monitoring evening, night and weekend shift staff performance

              

           M.  Effectively liaisons with the Director of Professional Development, training of new nurses, including but not limited to serving as preceptors for floor orientation

 

           N.  Liaisons with Director of Professional Development to coordinate parent teaching needs related to Nursing.

 

           O.  Monitors preceptor performance in the floor training of new nurses

 

           P.  Demonstrates a desire to increase knowledge of nursing principles as they apply to the care of all individuals being served

 

           Q. Attends all in-services posted as mandatory and completes additional fifteen hours of Continuing Educational Credits (CEU) every year.

 

           R.  Executes other tasks, as assigned

 

III. CONDUCT: In addition to the specifics listed below, incumbent must demonstrate respect and courtesy towards the individuals served here, family members, guests, vendors, and co-workers at all times, and acting as an “ambassador of good will for St. Mary’s,” positively greet others and offer assistance as needed.

  1. Complies with attendance and punctuality policies                
  2. Works well with others                          
  3. Uses time appropriately              
  4. Attire is appropriate for job
  5. Is respectful and courteous to other staff                   
  6. Is respectful and courteous to visitors              
  7. Follows instructions with a positive attitude      
  8. Complies with all policies and procedures        

 

IV.  REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Graduate of an accredited Registered Nursing program
  2. BS Nursing preferred
  3. Current Virginia RN licensure

 V.  SKILLS:

  1. Strong leadership qualities and characteristics
  2. Effective communication
  3. Strong organizational skills
  4. Strong nursing assessment skills
  5. Proficient with Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, Powerpoint)
  6. Exhibits strong leadership and managerial skills
  7. Committed to the team approach and person centered care
  8. Ability to work effectively with others and can demonstrate mature guidance, leadership and flexibility.

 VI.  EXPERIENCE:

  1. Minimum of 2 years Med-Surgical or Pediatric or Psychiatric Nursing experience
  2. At least one year of supervisory experience preferably in a medical setting
  3. Long-Term care experience preferred

 

VII. PHYSICIAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE JOB:

  1. Must be able to sit, stand and walk for variable periods of time.
  2. Must be able to lift 35 pounds independently.
  3. Must be able to use lifting and mobility equipment necessary to care for the individuals served.

 

Schedule

6:00AM - 2:30PM MON-FRI and every other weekend