Clinical Coordinator/Registered Nurse (RN)

Assesses all aspects of care are based on the unit bases structure standard (see FMH Plan for Nursing Care). Demonstrates competency in all procedures within scope of practice, as appropriate to the ages of the patients assigned, including neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patient. Able to obtain and interpret information in terms of the patient's needs. Has a working knowledge of growth and development and an understanding of the range of treatment needed by these patient. The position of Clinical Coordinator has the authority to assign employees and also the responsibility to direct employees in the workplace. In the role of Clinical Coordinator you must exercise independent judgement while performing your job functions on a regular basis as this is a substantial part of your overall job responsibilities.
The clinical coordinator has house wide responsibility on the off shift and is the administrative leader.
Education - minimum requirement; Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing; BSN preferred.
Experience - Five years medical/surgical or critical care nursing experience required.
Licensure/Certification- Maine State Professional Nurse licensure. BCLS Certification required. ACLS Certification within one year.

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