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Job Title: Assistant Nurse Manager S2

Company: Good Samaritan Hospital

City/State: Suffern, NY

Category: Nursing/Nursing Management

Department: Emergency Room

Position: Full Time

Hours: 3p-11p, 5 days/week

Shift: Evening

Req #: 9621

Job Details:

Job Summary:

The Assistant Nurse Manager demonstrates effective leadership for the hospital on the off shifts, weekends and holidays. This position serves as a resource for Emergency Department nursing staff and functions as the administrative representative of the hospital.

Responsibilities:

Serves as a role model for clinical and professional practice. Acts as an independent, self-directed professional with demonstrated abilities in interpersonal skills, critical thinking and problem resolution, and supports the hospital’s needs. Promotes teamwork with all departments. Participates as a team member by performing additional assignments not directly related to the job description when workload requires. Handles emergency situations per established protocol and contacts senior leadership, if needed. Act as a resource for Emergency Department Nursing staff. Assigns staff as appropriate. Demonstrates a sound knowledge base and decision making in the provision of nursing care for a designated patient population. Delivers concise accurate reports to peers, ancillary staff, and other health team members. Safely administers medications, intravenous therapy, and blood/blood products. Demonstrates safety and accuracy in performing treatments and procedures. Assesses and delivers nursing care in accordance with hospital policies and best practices.

Qualifications / Requirements:

Experience:

A minimum of three years clinical experience; prior RN Supervisor and Emergency Room Nursing experience desired

Education:

Graduation from an approved School of Nursing, BSN. Master’s degree in Nursing or other health related discipline preferred. Licenses / Certifications: CPR/ACLS certification

Other:

The individual performing this job may reasonably anticipate coming into contact with human blood and other potentially infectious materials.