Clinical Leader Registered Nurse
Alexandra Hospital, Ingersoll - Ingersoll, ON

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Alexandra Hospital has a vacancy for the following position:

Clinical Leader, RN – Permanent Part Time

As a Nurse, we offer you an opportunity to experience the unique culture of a rural community 35-bed acute care hospital located in Oxford County. Our small progressive environment fosters positive staff/patient relationships creating a friendly and personal atmosphere between our health care professionals and their patients. Nurses must be currently registered with the College of Nurses of Ontario. Advanced Cardiac Life Support an Asset.

General Accountability:

  • Responsible for the facilitation and coordination of patient services hospital wide
  • Responsible for role modelling, promoting problem solving, critical thinking and accountability in all daily activities
  • Promote an environment that fosters evidence-based practice, teamwork, quality improvement and empowerment through coaching
  • Delegation of roles to team members
  • Staffing during afternoon and night shifts and on weekends
  • Dispensing of medication when pharmacy is closed
  • Bed utilization, facilitation and participation in interdisciplinary rounds on the Combined Unit and co-ordinate patient repatriations and transfers etc with the team
  • Ongoing assessment and communication with Leadership and physicians when bed capacity is full to facilitate safe admission and discharge processes
  • To provide assistance with nursing care in all clinical areas of the hospital and to determine and communicate the needs of the organization
  • Knowledgeable about Cerner, Powerchart, & Microsoft Office

Individuals with the following qualifications are invited to apply:

  • Registered Nurse, currently registered with the College of Nurses of Ontario
  • Minimum of 1 year full-time (or equivalent) experience within the last two years in emergency or critical care nursing, or in the Hospital’s Special Care Unit (or a comparable unit in another hospital)
  • Minimum 3 years’ full-time (or equivalent) acute care nursing within the last 6 years

Leadership experience and/or recognized leadership courses an asset

  • Current certification in BCLS, ACLS and I.V. insertion
  • Demonstrated excellence in all aspects of nursing practice, including assessment, planning, intervention, evaluation and teaching
  • Demonstrated respect, interest and empathy in patient and family interactions
  • Demonstrated ability to simultaneously manage multiple nursing interventions
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain positive and collaborative relationships with all members of the health care team
  • Demonstrated effectiveness in communication and conflict resolution
  • Demonstrated skills in coaching, mentoring and team leadership
  • Demonstrated commitment to continuous professional development
  • Ability to demonstrate a commitment to Privacy and Confidentiality
  • Demonstrated excellent attendance record and work ethics in previous positions
  • Current NRP certification

Interested personnel who meet the above qualifications are invited to submit a current resume, stating the position applied for.