Charge Nurse Manager, Operating Rooms

Job ID:17195
Title:Charge Nurse Manager, Operating Rooms
Location:Auckland
Employment Type:Full time
Posted: Nov 14, 2019

Job Description

Inspiring, leading from the front, a passion for clinical excellence - if you're an OR Charge Nurse with these qualities in your leadership tool box, then read on…....

Reporting to the Operating Rooms Manager, you'll be responsible for providing day-to-day clinical leadership and management of the Cardiac & General theatres and the team to ensure seamless service delivery for our patients and specialists. This is a permanent fulltime role and because our cases are elective, you'll work primarily Monday - Friday. You'll be a key part of the OR leadership team and will work alongside a group of experienced RNs and ATs, and Auckland's leading surgeons.

Every day at MercyAscot will provide you with the opportunity and resources to utilise your leadership expertise and develop your team to deliver the best possible care. Your commitment to excellence, your passion for continuous quality improvement, and your desire to be part of and lead a highly skilled team will set you in good stead as you further develop your management skills in this supportive environment. 

What we offer you:

  • Generous salary
  • Private Medical Insurance subsidy
  • 5 weeks annual leave
  • Free car-parking
  • Christmas and New Year close down period
  • Supported professional development
  • A raft of other employee benefits  

What we're looking for: In addition to your proven experience in a perioperative setting, we seek the following qualities in our ideal candidate:

  • Registered Nurse with a current Annual Practicing Certificate
  • A Post Graduate Qualification in speciality practice or PG Diploma in leadership or management (preferable).
  • Demonstrated capability in clinical and operational management and a reputation for clinical expertise (cardiac & general OR experience is preferable, but not essential)
  • An understanding of the private healthcare model and a desire to further your interest in this area
  • A passion for teaching others with the ability to identify, promote and support professional development of team members to enhance patient outcomes
  • The ability to build effective relationships with a wide range of stakeholders; including patients, surgeons and the members of your team
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • A positive energy, enthusiastic attitude and an ability to collaborate across multidisciplinary teams
  • Not be afraid to influence where necessary and challenge the status quo
  • A strong decision-maker who is solutions driven, and focused on delivery of objectives

If this sounds like you - we look forward to receiving your application

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