Industry: Healthcare / Health Services
Job Category: Medical / Health – Nurse Leadership
Careers at Our Hospital
At our hospital, the heart of what we do centers on caring with compassion, which ultimately creates a bond between our caregivers and patients. Everyone contributes to these moments, whether providing care directly or supporting those who do.
As an organization, we provide employees with resources, tools and support to serve our patients and customers in the best way possible. We also take care of one another, helping team members further develop their career pathways and maximize their potential.
Who We Are
We are a community built on care. Our caregivers and supporting staff extend compassion to those in need, helping to improve the health and well-being of those we serve, and provide comfort and healing. Your community is our community.
We started out as a small operation in California. In May 1969, we acquired four hospitals, some additional care facilities and real estate for the future development of hospitals. Over the years, we’ve grown tremendously in size, scope and capability, building a home in new markets over time, and curating those homes to provide a compassionate environment for those entrusting us with their care.
We have a rich history at the hospital. There are so many stories of compassionate care; so many “firsts” in terms of medical innovation; so many examples of enhancing healthcare delivery and shaping a business that is truly centered around patients and community need. The hospital and our predecessors have enabled us to touch many different elements of healthcare and make a difference in the lives of others.
Our Impact Today
Today, we are leading health system and services platform that continues to evolve in lockstep with community need.
Our impact spreads far and deep with 65 hospitals and approximately 510 outpatient centers and additional sites of care. We are differentiated by our top notch medical specialists and service lines that are tailored within each community we serve. The work Conifer is doing will help provide the foundation for better health for clients across the country, through the delivery of healthcare-focused revenue cycle management and value-based care solutions.
Together as an enterprise, we work to save lives and can accept nothing less than excellence from ourselves in service of our patients and their families, every day.
Where making a real difference in people’s lives is at the heart of everything we do. Beyond just medical treatments, we believe in the power of genuine connections and heartfelt compassion. It’s what sets us apart and makes us truly special.
When you join our team, you’re not just stepping into a job – you’re becoming part of a community that uplifts and supports each other every day. We know that healthcare requires a unique blend of talent and dedication, and we are fully committed to providing an environment that enriches and rewards your journey.
Picture yourself among the brightest healthcare professionals, all united by a common purpose: caring for our community with unwavering commitment. You won’t just find colleagues; you’ll find awe-inspiring teammates who share your passion for making a meaningful impact.
If you’re ready to go above and beyond, to embrace the energy and camaraderie that offers, then join us on this incredible adventure. Together, we’ll create a healthier, happier world – one patient at a time. Let your career find its purpose.
Nurse Manager ICU FT Days Position Summary
Accountable for associate performance and provision of patient care within specific environment and shift. Monitor fiscal and budgetary operations and provide support for the vision and direction of specific areas. Responsible for ongoing interface and frequent communication with patients, customers, associates, and management. Effectively manage change, facilitate innovation, foster teambuilding.
-Provides direct nursing care as required by patient demand in accordance with established policies, procedures, and protocols of the healthcare organization. Includes taking patient load and covering Clinical Lead position as needed.
-Provide financial review of administrative reports, accountability reports, benchmarking graphs, business plans, marketing initiatives, and variance reports. Take action as required to meet productivity targets and control expenses.
-Oversee budgets and capital for department. Forecast future budgeting needs and participates in budget development.
-Review department compensation, implements HR policies, recruitment, associate status changes, and associate access to patient care systems
-Provide leadership and set expectations for the roles & responsibilities for subordinates and Clinical Nurse Leaders.
-Develop staff competencies and provide information for staff positions.
-Provide performance coaching that may include performance improvement plans, corrective action and termination.
-Compile and conduct charge master review and make changes. Provide for accurate billing of department charges.
-Supervise department recruitment for open positions and assist with retention activities (comp team, R & R Initiatives). Complete position replacement forms and processes
-Authorize reimbursement requests, special checks, petty cash, and other requests
-Lead special projects (current / planned), coordinate move requests.
-Interface with Information Systems regarding department computer applications and systems.
-Participate in hospital-wide committees.
-Conduct hourly, purposeful rounding on patients and employees.
-Conduct employee evaluations (new employee, annual, performance improvement plans). Coach and develop employees.
-Participate and support network initiatives such as patient experience, quality and patient safety and hospital/department specific initiatives. Achieve or exceed established quality and clinical outcomes.
-Facilitate department meetings and huddles. Attend required hospital, department and medical staff meetings.
-Oversee orientation process of new associates and staff to the department. Ensure initial competencies are demonstrated and documented.
-Facilitate educational opportunities and staff development in collaboration with Network education including Information Systems courses, web based training, Team Building, Clinical Coach training, and competency development.
-Complete required/mandatory education: Safety, Disaster Plans, and Infection Control.
-Monitor and take appropriate corrective actions to secure any unsafe situations.
-Oversee flow of equipment, supplies, and staffing to maintain adequate levels.
-Maintain unit’s compliance with hospital procedures and policies.
-Develop a plan for customer/patient care delivery within the unit.
-Support the business development process and provide information to support the development of the hospital business goals.
-Monitor the efficiency of the unit’s operations and recommend improvements.
-Maintain department survey readiness to ensure all regulatory standards are compliant.
-Understand, interpret, and model the values of the hospital; clearly and consistently communicate these values to associates; ensure that the specific environment vision is in alignment mission and values.
-Provide and maintain customer satisfaction. Respond to the needs and expectations of internal and external customers (patients, partners, stakeholders, payors, physicians, associates, volunteers, visitors, families, students, and instructors, etc.); provide appropriate feedback; implement plans and strategies to maintain customer satisfaction.
THE NURSE MANAGER ICU FT DAYS CANDIDATE WILL POSSESS THE FOLLOWING EDUCATION, LICENSE/CERTIFICATIONS, AND EXPERIENCE.
Required: Bachelor Degree in Nursing, Healthcare, Business, Public Administration, Management or related field.
Required: Current Arizona RN License in applicable discipline. Certifications dependent on department: BLS, ACLS
Required: 3 years’ related experience; minimum of 1 year of supervisory experience. Knowledge of team building, systems thinking, complex problem solving, negotiating and influencing; change and conflict management; data analysis; coaching and mentoring, strategic planning, business strategy development. Computer skills required.
Preferred: 5 years’ related experience; 3 years supervisory experience
Active and current registered nurse license in the state of residence/practice. Has highly effective interpersonal and communication skills, proven leadership ability and hospital operational ability, and ability to serve as role model and advocate for the professional discipline of nursing.
Required: Academic degree in nursing.
Preferred: Bachelor’s or master’s degree.
Required: 2 years of progressive management experience in a hospital environment as a manager or full-time charge nurse/related position.
Required: Currently licensed, certified, or registered to practice profession as required by law, regulation in state of practice or policy; CPR.
Security Clearance Required: No
Visa Candidate Considered: No