Clinical Operations Manager (RN) - Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - Full Time/Days (8-hr)

Location: 
Miller Children's & Women's Hospital Long Beach
Schedule: 
Full Time
Shift: 
Day Job
Job Listing: 
MIL001112
Nurses
Position Summary:
The position is a first line management position.  The incumbent has 24-hour responsibility for the coordination of care for patients and families of the assigned unit(s).  The incumbent shall plan, organize, direct and evaluate people and activities for the assigned unit(s) to ensure the delivery of high quality, cost effective patient care.  The incumbent has fiscal responsibility for resources that are defined during the budget process.  The position is accountable for scheduling, coordinating, and maintaining the resources necessary on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.
The position�s primary focus is with employees, patients, families, physicians and the key contributors from other departments who impact the services of the assigned unit(s).  The success of the assigned unit(s) depends significantly on the incumbent�s ability to participate well with others and/or collaborate with other managers within the Division of Nursing and the Medical Center.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
The Clinical Operations Manager reports to the Clinical Operations Director, Executive Director or Vice President.  The Clinical Operations Manager is accountable for planning, developing new services, policy formation, human resource management and organization, financial performance, patient care services operations, and medical management staff relations within his/her area of responsibility.  In addition the Manager of the assigned area is responsible to provide leadership to redesign the health care delivery structure to position the organization to be a leader in an integrated delivery network.
Qualifications: 
Minimum Qualifications:
  • BSN required
  • MSN preferred; will consider masters in another related health field.
  • 3 years of active nursing practice in an area of similar clinical expertise; NICU - one year of which shall have been in a facility with a NICU that is equivalent to a Regional or Community NICU
  • Current CA RN License
  • Current BLS
  • Current NRP
  • Current certification in Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing from a nationally recognized accrediting organization, i.e., The National Certification Corporation (NCC)
  • Prior nursing leadership experience preferred
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