BUS 520 Leadership and Organizational Behavior
August 21, 2012
Create a brief job description for a position within the company you research that you would like to fill.
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A nurse manager is the nurse leader for her nursing unit or area. A nurse should have excellent interpersonal and team-building skills. A nurse manager manages supply and chain budgets, medical records, employee performance evaluation, staff recruitment, retention and quality improvement. A nurse manager consults and collaborates with other health care professionals to coordinate the management of patient care. Nursing managers evaluate the job performance of nursing staff by reviewing an employee's performance of completed work assignments and work techniques. The nurse manager is responsible for the quality, cost-effectiveness, and safety of patient care on her unit. In order to do this, she recruits qualified professional nurses who fit well into the existing unit culture, engages them in decision-making around daily practice, and monitors patient care outcomes. He/she provides ongoing informal feedback as well as regular performance evaluations to promote professional growth. Finally, he/she balances resources to provide unit staff with the supplies, equipment, and support they need to do their jobs effectively.
This position for the nurse manager requires a baccalaureate of science in nursing, or a master's...