Clinic Manager Duties
This is responsible professional and supervisory nursing work in
the direction of nursing services within the University Health
Work involves assisting the Unit Administrator in coordinating
the day-to-day operation of nursing services to provide quality
student health care. Work requires the application of knowledge
gained through experience. An employee allocated to this class
of work works in close cooperation with the Unit Administrator,
however, must exhibit initiative and independent action in
accomplishing the job duties. Work is evaluated by observation
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Supervises scheduling and daily assignment of duties for nursing
Makes changes in staff as needed to accommodate patient volume.
Prepares and maintains an on-call schedule.
Supervises the triaging of patients to the various clinics.
Supervises the work flow within the clinics including patient
screening and assessment.
Maintains ongoing communication with nursing staff and unit
Collaborates with other staff members to facilitate provision of
Interviews applicants and makes recommendations concerning
vacant nursing staff positions.
Reviews and approves leave requests for nursing staff. Reviews
and signs time cards.
Assists in developing and implementing programs to keep nursing
staff informed of new trends in nursing field.
Coordinates the planning and implementation of physical health
services to supplement nursing services.
Performs related work as required.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Graduation from an accredited school of nursing with a
Baccalaureate degree, plus minimum two years clinical experience
relevant to assigned clinic practice and applicable management
An employee in this classification must be certified as a
professional Registered Nurse in the State of Georgia.
ACLS certification preferred for Acute Care Clinic. ANA
certification in College Health Nursing preferred.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Considerable knowledge of nursing theory and practice.
Knowledge of administrative and supervisory problems involved in
administration of nursing services in a student health service
Knowledge of established University and Health Services policies
Ability to supervise the work of others.
Ability to maintain accurate records.
Ability to establish effective working relationships with
patients, nursing staff, physicians, and other staff.