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NURSING ACTIVITIES COORDINATOR, EVENING, NIGHT, WEEKENDS AND STATUTORY HOLIDAYS- MCH (Part Time, 42 hours per pay period)- 1st and 2nd POSTING
TEMPORARY POSITION UNTIL JUNE 2021
Under the direction of the Associate Director of Nursing to the Montreal Children Hospital, the incumbent monitors, assesses and manages patient care activity and resources effectively and efficiently on evenings, nights, weekends and statutory holidays. He works collaboratively with the nurse manager, staff and physicians from all units and services to facilitate appropriate utilisation of beds and patient care staff. The incumbent also assists with organising and coordinating patient flow following bed management and staffing guidelines. He acts as a resource for staff for the resolution of complex, clinical and administrative issues. The incumbent is also responsible for managing unusual and unanticipated events and/or emergency situations that may arise within the hospital.
Ensures that patient care activities are in accordance with the professional and institution codes of ethics, nurses acts, laws, collectives agreements, departmental and hospital policies.
Assists and provides support for the nursing staff for clinical issues (acuity issues, transfers patient within different units) and administrative issues (disciplinary actions, equipment).
Participates in assessing system problems and make appropriate recommendation to the Nursing department.
Facilitates decision-making process related to patient flow and clinical issues, including float team assignments, sitter replacement and non-nursing support such as PABs and secretaries.
Works collaboratively with professionals from other departments to ensure quality of care and services.
Maintains an effective system of communication with all nurse managers and with the hospital administration concerning administrative issues and patient care problems.
Provides support to the nursing resource centre staff in critical situations when professional judgment and decision making is essential.
Recommends and facilitates the use of problem solving techniques and critical thinking in order to create an empowering environment.
Coordinates the hospital’s response to an internal/external disaster until the arrival of the Hospital administrator on call or a more senior nursing administrator.
Participates in the evaluation of performance of the nursing staff.
Acts as a resource person for the nurses, other professionals and staff working in the patient care areas, in the hospital, the CLSCs and other institutions and partners.
Fosters a work environment that supports a culture of patient and employee safety (e.g. encourages staff to report risks, reviews patient and employee safety issues by examining the system).
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Bachelor’s degree in Nursing.
Minimum of 5 years of experience in a complex tertiary teaching acute care hospital setting, including experience in triaging patients, discharge planning, supervisory role, bed management as well as knowledge of paediatrics.
Member in good standing of the OIIQ.
Strong interpersonal skills, oral and written skills (French and English).
Demonstrates ability to build and maintain effective relationship and networks.
Leadership and team management skills.
Demonstrates strong clinical skills.
Ability to prioritize and engage in critical thinking and effective problem solving.
Proven ability to strategically respond to multiple issues occurring at the same time.
Classification salary: 14-02 Minimum : $69,622 Maximum : $90,513
Posting Period: October 22 to 28, 2019
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