The RN Manager of Clinical Operations is responsible for the quality, safety and efficiency of patient care within Radiation Oncology related to the clinical practice components across all sites in the Network and ensures that patient and physician expectations are met or exceeded. This includes functional responsibility for the day-to-day operation of all of the clinical practice components and integration into the hospital’s network, personnel, planning, budgeting, marketing, clinical review and committee structure.
Maintains daily operations, resource utilization and administrative oversight for assigned department at all campuses.
Develops and implements short and long range performance improvement and operational goals and objectives for the Radiation Oncology – clinical operation departments. Actively participates in the development and implementation of improvement and operation goals of the network’s Radiation Oncology departments.
Assumes responsibility/accountability for planning, organizing and supervising patient care to assure patient safety and meet the needs of patients served by Radiation Oncology.
Promotes an environment that fosters inquiry, creative thought, and research development and application.
Analyzes and responds accordingly to financial data, unit specific performance, and outcomes. Demonstrates financial responsibility and accountability through effective and efficient use of resources.
Direct hiring of all clinical and administrative staff at all sites. Reviews performance of all assigned staff, assuring staff competency and initiate personnel actions as necessary.
Coordinates and facilitates process and/or system changes to enhance patient safety and/or system changes.
Responsible for coordinating patient and clinical & administrative staff scheduling.
Maintains department records for administrative, accreditation and regulatory purposes.
Organizes and leads monthly staff meetings with staff and other committees as appropriate. Facilitates unit based councils and participates in departmental councils/committees.
Sit up to 2 hours per day; 1 hour at a time. Stand for up to 10 hours per day; 3 hours at a time. Walk 6 hours per day; 10 minutes at a time. Consistently lift and carry objects up to 10 lbs. Frequently pushes objects up to 10 lbs. Occasionally lift and carry objects up to 50 lbs. Frequently stoop and bend. Occasionally squat. Frequently reach above shoulder level. Must be able to perceive attributes of an object through touch. Frequently finger and handle objects. Occasionally firmly grasp, twist and turn objects with hands and fingers. Must be able to hear as it relates to normal
Graduate of an accredited nursing program with current RN licensure in PA. Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s Degree in management or related field preferred. Evidence of successful completion of BLS. Continued education by attending seminars, workshops, and continuing education programs.
St. Luke’s University Health Network (SLUHN) is a non-profit, regional, fully integrated, nationally recognized network providing services at seven hospitals and more than 200 sites, primarily in Lehigh, Northampton, Carbon, Schuylkill, Bucks, Montgomery, Berks and Monroe counties in Pennsylvania and in Warren County, New Jersey.