Administrator On Duty

The Administrator on Duty is responsible for coordinating the day to day operations by acting as a liaison with all departments. In collaboration with the nursing teams, the AOD is integral in balancing staffing on a shift by shift basis, reallocating resources as census and acuity demand and facilitates patient placement. Is a resource for problem solving and keeps Directors, Managers, and Administrators informed as appropriate to the circumstances.
This is a PRN (as needed), night shift position.
Certifications and LicensuresRequiredCPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)RequiredACLS (Cardiovascular)RequiredRN (Registered Nurse)PreferredPALS (Pediatric)
ExperienceRequired3 yearsClinical RelatedPreferred1 yearManagement
Specific SkillsRequiredLeadership skillsRequiredComputer skills appropriate to positionRequiredCritical thinking skillsRequiredOrganizational skillsRequiredInterpersonal skills

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