Nurse Manager

Published April 11th, 2024

Temp – Hire
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm
Pay: $45 – $55/hr DOE
No COVID vax required

Job Description

The Nurse and Patient Coordination Manager’s responsibilities include the oversight of Nurses and Patient Care Coordinators within the organization. The Nurse and Patient Coordination Manager facilitates/coordinates safe, high quality clinical care, treatment, services and workflows for the organization in collaboration with Senior Management, and other clinical managers and support staff.


  1. Responsible to the Director of Clinical Services
  2. Supervision/Management of Nursing and Patient Care Coordination staff
  3. Supervision of Immunization Coordinator

  2. Oversight of Nursing and Patient Care Coordination staff to include hiring, coaching, mentoring, discipline and evaluation. 
  3. Ensures sufficient staffing resources are hired, trained and competency assessed including per diem staff.
  4. Responsible for the oversight of coordination, scheduling and coverage of Nurses and Patient Care Coordination staff ensuring adequate coverage for operating hours.
  5. Management of departmental budgets including monitoring of overtime and timely completion of timesheets.
  6. Collaborates with the MA Manager with Orientation and clinical competency education and oversight for Nurses, Medical Assistants and Care Coordinators.
  7. Coordinate and/or implement new health center programmatic clinical services or service enhancements/modification.  Active member with meaningful participation for the Quality Improvement Committee, Operations Committee, Safety Committee, Infection Prevention and Control, Management Team Meeting, PCMH and other committee workgroups/sub-committees including Corporate Compliance Committee activities.
  8. Oversight of the Immunization Program.
  9. Works closely with Education department to ensure clinical staff competency requirements are met.
  10. Oversight of Clinical operations (medical supplies, equipment etc.)
  11. Oversight of the Covid/Flu Vaccination clinic.
  1. Education/Training: RN with minimum of 2 to 4 years management experience required, BSN preferred.  Current New Hampshire RN License required.
  2. Must maintain a current BLS Certification.
  • Experience:  Community health experience preferred.  Possess an understanding of compliance requirements and be responsible for reporting on clinical tracking.
  1. Knowledge/Skills:  Ability to delegate tasks to other team members.  Basic computer skills to utilize software tracking systems. Ability to work independently, decision making ability, ability to delegate effectively, team building experience, strong interpersonal communication skills, coaching experience, strong organizational skills, attention to detail and follow-through as well as a sound clinical knowledge base.
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