– Associate Clinical Nurse Manager – Ophthalmology, ENT, Maxillofacial and Dental Specialties – Theatre (HAW03434)Associate Clinical Nurse Manager – Ophthalmology, ENT, Maxillofacial and Dental Specialties – Theatre:HAW03434
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Permanent full time position
80 hours per fortnight
We have a great opportunity for a passionate nurse leader with perioperative nursing experience to join the team at the Hawke’s Bay DHB. The Associate Clinical Nurse Manager Theatre for Ophthalmology, ENT, Maxillofacial and Dental specialties is central to effective service delivery.
The position provides clinical leadership across the Perioperative service and is supported by an established management and senior nursing team.
These positions don’t come up every day so don’t miss your opportunity to further develop your career with us.
What are the benefits for you:
Leadership and management opportunities
Excellent pay rates
Standard Monday – Friday rosters
Professional supervision and mentoring to support career development and growth
You will need:
A patient focussed approach
A passion for change management and service delivery improvements
Strategic and operational leadership to enable achievement of service and organisational goals
To understand and contribute to the National Health Targets
To be successful you will have clinical independence, be a decision maker, a problem solver and be passionate about the delivery of safe patient care.
A clinical theatre nursing background in Ophthalmology, ENT, Maxillofacial and Dental would be an advantage. You will be required to manage up to 12 registered nurses who make up the team.
Our Perioperative Unit covers elective and acute surgery and has a 24 hour a day, 7 days a week acute service. The Perioperative Unit comprises of 7 operating theatres, 15 bed PACU, 20 bed Day Surgery unit, Acute Pain Service and Surgical Preadmission Clinics.
We have all secondary public hospital specialties in-house and perform, on average, 10,000 procedures per annum.