Boulder Community Hospital RN Clinical Team Lead - Surgery in Boulder, Colorado
Fulltime - 36 hours a week - Days
Wednesday - Friday 6:15am to 6:45pm
Hiring Range $31.91 - $41.00 per hour, based on years of qualified experience. Expert level pay consideration may be provided above Hiring Range.
Boulder Community Health was recently honored as Best Local Employer by the Daily Camera in the 2018 Boulder County Gold, their People’s Choice Awards for businesses in Boulder County. Come join us and be a part of an independent, community-focused health system and feel good knowing that your work will make a difference in people’s lives and be a positive contribution to the community.
Promoting patient safety, patient centered and relationship based care, a health work environment, and honoring our mission are key responsibilities. The CTL is a department leader, mentor, and role model. Is responsible for the department in the absence of the Manager and/or Director. The CTL is responsible for unit operations when assigned the charge role. The CTL is responsible to both the unit and the units role in the overall hospital operations and flow. Represents the staff through growth, change, and problem resolution. Provides appropriate action, follow-through and closure to any situation affecting the unit in which she/he is involved. Takes responsibility for assigned unit projects. Interacts in a respectful manner, considerate of age and physical abilities, and provides assistance to individuals in a manner that takes into account their special needs or age related needs.
Education or Formal Training
Special Qualifications (Licensure, Registration, etc.)
Colorado RN license in good standing
Certifications required based on department RN job description.
Minimum of 6 months of RN experience. Must have 6 months of nursing experience.
Management position supervising RN, PCA, UC and other support staff.
Delegates to and supervises nurses, support staff and volunteers.
Staff growth and development in conjunction with unit manager by providing excellence in care, opportunities for growth and communicating problem behavior.
Supports staff by intervening in conflict and/or problem solving. Escalates to ARN if unable to de-escalate, resolve or facilitate.
Meets budget, reduce waste, meet HPPD.
Provides staff positive recognition, constructive feedback, and coaching.
Promotes speaking up and crucial conversations.
Respect privacy and confidentiality of co-workers.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Supervises and coordinates shift operations to include early discharge, timely admissions, staffing, assignments, planning for pending admits. Evidenced by meeting hospital and unit metrics.
a. Staffing and assignments meet unit HPPD (productivity measure) and balance acuity, experience and ability throughout shift.
b. Adheres to regulatory, human resource and employee health regulations.
c. Leads huddles relaying key patient safety and practice changes each shift.
d. Articulates patient safety issues related to flow, admissions, staffing to the ARN.
e. Negotiates and compromises to meet both unit and hospital wide demand. The ARN will have final decision making if conflict.
Maintains RN competency.
Promotes relationship based care with a focus on patient safety, quality care, and service excellence.
Consistent communication, a healthy, calm work environment, and staff feeling supported and heard are key intentions for every shift.
As a supervisor, supports management and provides staff
WORKING ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES
Physical working environment may include, but not be limited to, any of the following hazards: chemical, electrical, mechanical, biowaste, explosive, radiation, etc.
Environmental conditions may include, but not be limited to, variations in temperature, noise, odors, etc.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to constantly stand and walk. The employee frequently is required to stoop, crouch and twist. The employee is occasionally required to kneel, squat and sit.
The employee must be able to consistently support, push, pull and/or lift up to 10 pounds, frequently support, push, pull and/or lift up to 30 pounds and occasionally support, push, pull and/or transfer up to 50 pounds (for example, moving a patient from a wheelchair to a bed).
Functional physical demands include manual dexterity, fine motor skills and reaching. The following senses will be needed for essential duties of the job: speech, vision, hearing, smell and touch.
Uncompromising medical excellence, delivered with the values of respect and compassion. Since 1922, Boulder Community Health has built our reputation on this promise. As a community-owned and operated not-for-profit hospital and clinics, we remain dedicated to meeting the evolving healthcare needs of our citizens and providing access to high quality medical care. Our state-of-the art facilities are home to many medical professionals who offer an extensive range of medical services.
Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, adventure awaits you right outside your door. Big, beautiful vistas, serene snow-capped mountains, and a lifestyle conducive to enjoying the outdoors bring a truly fresh perspective to our practice of healthcare.
Surround yourself by natural beauty and an active, life-embracing community, while you enjoy state of the art facilities and equipment along with a competitive compensation and benefits package, including health/dental/life, paid annual leave, tuition reimbursement and much more.
EOE/Affirmative Action/Drug-free workplace