The Office of Student Life's, Student Health Services Nursing Program Manager collaborates with a team of health care professionals and support staff to provide ambulatory care services to the OSU student population; manages nurses, medical assistants, appointment associates and clerical staff, including selection, coaching, evaluation, competency assessment, training, coordination of scheduling and timekeeping; assists the Clinic Nurse Manager in the coordination, planning and daily operations of patient care services, including direct oversight of assigned clinical areas.
The Nursing Program Manager coordinates walk-in and telephone inquiries from students about health problems; advises, facilitates preparing them for visit, gives pre-visit instructions, verifies eligibility, assists in scheduling, and refers to outside facilities in consultation with nursing management and physicians when indicated; receives telephone and walk-in inquiries from patients requesting medical care and advice; assesses need for services, offers home care advice when appropriate and supports activities of clinical service areas through communication; daily supervision of schedule coordination for multiple providers in various disciplines. Hours worked may include some late evenings and weekends.
2-Year College degree in nursing; a graduate of an accredited school of registered nursing with current licensure as a RN in the State of Ohio; minimum of five years nursing practice in an outpatient ambulatory setting; three years of direct supervision of staff; BLS-HCW; experience working with an electronic health record; ability to work a flexible work schedule to include evening and Saturday hours.
Bachelor's degree in Nursing or an equivalent combination of education and experience; experience working with diverse patient populations; strong knowledge base and understanding of student health related issues and knowledge of treatments necessary to meet the age-specific needs of college students.
Target Salary: $70,000.00 - $73,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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