Cedars-Sinai Manager, Heart Institute in Los Angeles, California
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Summary of Essential Job Duties:
Under direct supervision of the Executive Director and the Medical Director, the Service Line Manager is responsible for the daily twenty-four (24) hour planning, organizing, directing and controlling of the daily operations of the Heart Institute's clinic and supporting areas, in order to meet the needs of all customers and support of Medical Center philosophies. The Service Line Manager assumes fiscal responsibility through preparation of unit budgets, serves as liaison with medical staff and other personnel, promotes the maximum growth and development of each employee, supports research, participates in strategic planing, both long and short term, and assures patient advocacy. The Service Line Manager guides staff in meeting customer's needs consistent with the Medical Center's philosophy, mission, vision and strategic plan and The Plan for Provision of Patient Care, The Performance Improvement Plan and Professional Organization Standards. She/he maintains competency skills including the ability to interact with customers with diverse cultural backgrounds. Is responsible to develop, coordinate, implement and evaluate educational programs/projects for patients, personnel and the community related to cardiovascular clinic and supporting areas. Collect/document data to meet clinical, financial and regulatory requirements. Participates in the development of guidelines, protocols, pathways and other performance improvement activities. Coordinates a collaborative multidisciplinary healthcare team for process and quality improvement. Provides outreach, education and patient follow-up to referring hospitals and EMS.
Required: BSN, Master's Degree
Maintains own competencies, license and certifications
Active member of professional nursing/other professional organization
Required: Active California State RN license; Current BCLS and ACLS from American Heart Association; Specialty Certification – CV medicine (i.e., CCRN, CVN, RCIS)
Strong organizational, interpersonal, analytical and investigative skills; Program/protocol development and implementation experience; Full command (verbal and written) of the English language.
Minimum 5 years experience with 3-5 years progressive management experience in outpatient hospital-based nursing experience.
Preferred: Minimum 4 years Critical Care, Emergency Room or Post-Anesthesia Care Unit experience; Knowledge of hemodynamic monitoring; Change Management; Performance Improvement; Clinic experience strongly preferred.
Physical Demands: (e.g., lifting, standing, walking)
Sitting, standing, walking, and other physical demands as required for the position.