Nurses , Medical Professionals & Healthcare
CNM2 ICU Clinical Nurse Manager 2 Dublin
- Full Time
- County Dublin, South Dublin, Ireland
PE Global are recruiting for one of our prestigious clients for a Clinical Nurse Manager 2 ICU in Dublin on a full time, permanent basis.
Overall Purpose of Job
The mission of Beacon Hospital is to provide exceptional patient care in an environment where quality, respect, caring and compassion are at the centre of all we do.
The Clinical Coordinator is responsible for directing and overseeing the daily activities of the Critical Care unit on an assigned shift.
Key Responsibilities and Deliverables
Coordinates and directs the daily patient care operations of the Intensive Care Unit.
Analyses workloads and skill requirements to meet patient care needs.
Assesses staff competencies and makes patient care assignments.
Delegates appropriate tasks to appropriate personnel, consistent with legal and professional guidelines and departmental standards.
Maintains clear communications with the Nurse Manager regarding unit needs and incidents.
Serves as a resource person on the unit.
Assists with patient care as needed.
Identifies appropriate internal controls for department; provides mechanisms to monitor and enforce compliance.
Performs related duties as required.
Help foster a supportive working environment by demonstrating excellent leadership ability and communication skills
The post holder will be familiar with and adhere to The Professional Scope of Practice Framework (NMBI 2000).
The post holder will partake in the Total Quality Management processes thereby contributing to:
The identification of quality, policy & guideline issues.
The evaluation of current practices to best practice.
They will take a lead role in identifying new QIPs for ICU and will be responsible for the process of research, education, implementation and evaluation and presentation of same.
The setting of standards utilising structure, process and outcome.
All hospital, regional and national audit processes.
The Hospital Wide Accreditation Cycle.
The timely identification and communication of any issues to the Nurse Manager.
Promote a culture that values diversity and respect in the work place
Demonstrate a confidence and competence in all hospital policies and guidelines.
Efficient recording of all necessary documentation.
Effective managements of complaints.
Monitoring of all risk management processes. Ensure all necessary QMs are entered in a timely fashion.
Coordinator to coordinator hand over on every shift using the ICU diary.
Auditing of staff compliance with documentation on a regular basis and re education of staff when required.
If consistent gaps in nursing practices or documentation found in any staff CNM2 to highlight same to manager with a plan in place to address and possibility for a performance improvement plan.
Maintaining an effective interdisciplinary communication processes including documentation of all meetings held with staff.
Efficient utilisation of pay and non-pay resources.
Participate in all Critical Care Unit and hospital nursing communication processes.
Participate in the mentoring and implementation of orientation and teaching programme for new nurses in the clinical setting.
Be responsible for performance reviews of staff.
Rostering of staff ensuring correct staffing ratios and skill sets.
Attends staff meetings, reads email and other postings.
Attends all required in-services.
Ensures all mandatory training is up to date for themselves and all staff.
Personal & Professional Responsibilities
Maintain a professional portfolio.
Be proactive in developing their own competencies
Ensure their professional and personal persona positively reflects the profession of nursing and Beacon Hospital.
Identify potential and beneficial topics for nursing research.
Utilise all practical opportunities to educate the patient and their families.
Be a preceptor and or supervisor to students & newly appointed staff.
Participate in their performance review with their Nurse Manager.
Under the direction of the Nurse Managers the post holder will:
Develop teaching skills and participate in the planning implementation of orientation and teaching programmes for student nurses in the clinical setting.
Provide feedback to Nurse Managers in the compilation of proficiency assessments for nurses in the clinical setting.
Contribute to the identification of training needs pertinent to the clinical area.
Identify and contribute to the continual enhancement of learning opportunities in the clinical area.
Develop leadership ability in order to act as an effective role model. Participate in the clinical induction of all new nursing and support staff.
Shared Responsibility for the oversight of the sign off for new nurses of their competencies.
Assume responsibility for own learning and development needs.
Maintain good working relationships with other departments and with physicians, patients, families and outside agencies.
Demonstrate the ability to delegate tasks and responsibilities.
Participate in ongoing consultation and collaboration with physicians and other care.
Provides to maximize patient outcomes and unit specific goals.
Demonstrate willingness to assist co-workers whenever needed.
NMBI Registered General Nurse license in good standing.
Five years clinical ICU experience preferred.
Must possess teaching abilities, leadership qualities, professional judgment, critical thinking and problem-solving abilities, and a sense of professional development.
Must demonstrate multi-tasking ability.
Use effective time management skills.
Please call Jamie PE Global Healthcare 0818 222 018 / 083 8735934 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
***Please note our client cannot assist with any visa sponsorship and candidates must have the correct visa to live and work in Ireland***
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