Employee Health Manager

Employee Health Manager

The Employee Health Manager is the first-line manager, designated as the leader for the department and assigned staff, and having 24-hour responsibility and accountability for all departmental activities. This position has accountability to coordinate the processes for providing employee health services relative to provision of examinations, assessments, immunizations and testing for employee onboarding and NLH staff under the direction of the supervising physician. Also responsible for maintenance of employee health records and required reporting of communicable disease and increased incidence of infection among staff to OSHA and local health departments per New York State guidelines. 

EDUCATION:  Graduate from an accredited nursing program with an Associate’s degree

PREFERRED:

  • Bachelor of Science Nursing degree
  • Possess working knowledge of DNV, New York State Department of Health, OSHA, BBP Standard Employee Health requirements; DOH & EPA regulations relative to regulated medical waste.

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION/REGISTRATION: Possess current NYS license for Registered Nurse.  American Heart Association Basic Life Support Certification (BLS)

EXPERIENCE:  Possess three (3) years’ experience working in clinical medicine, occupational health clinic or urgent care.  Occupational Health Nurse Certification (or to be obtained within two (2) years of hire)

SHIFT:  7:30 AM – 4:00 PM

STATUS: 40 HOURS  (Hours will fluctuate depending on departmental needs)       

Assistant Nurse Manager

***There is a $15,000 sign on bonus for full time Assistant Nurse Managers***

Description:  The Assistant Nurse Manager is a Registered Nurse who works under the direction of the manager of a defined nursing department. Develops and coordinates educational programs for assigned personnel, assists with the evaluation and discipline of employees, and participates in quality improvement activities. The Assistant Nurse Manager can assume administrative responsibilities in the absence of the department Nurse Manager. Work is performed in accordance with established hospital standards, nursing department/unit process and outcome standards, established regulatory and accreditation requirements, and consistent with the philosophy, goals and objectives of the hospital and nursing department.

Requires: 

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Graduation from an accredited nursing program with Associate’s degree or diploma.  Employee is trained and prepared to care for the age-specific group (i.e., neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult, geriatric) served on their assigned unit.
  • Prefer Bachelor of Science/Nursing degree.
  • Possess current NYS license for Registered Professional Nurse.
  • Possess current AHA Basic Life Support (BLS) certification and AHA Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS).  Possess medication competency certification.
  • Possess five (5) years of prior nursing experience, two of which are consistent with the type of patient population to be managed.
  • Prefer two (2) years in management experience.

Status:   ICU/SCU – 6:45am – 3:15pm (40 hours) (hours will fluctuate depending on departmental needs).

Assistant Nurse Manager

***There is a $15,000 sign on bonus for full time Assistant Nurse Managers***

Description:  The Assistant Nurse Manager is a Registered Nurse who works under the direction of the manager of a defined nursing department. Develops and coordinates educational programs for assigned personnel, assists with the evaluation and discipline of employees, and participates in quality improvement activities. The Assistant Nurse Manager can assume administrative responsibilities in the absence of the department Nurse Manager. Work is performed in accordance with established hospital standards, nursing department/unit process and outcome standards, established regulatory and accreditation requirements, and consistent with the philosophy, goals and objectives of the hospital and nursing department.

Requires: 

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Graduation from an accredited nursing program with Associate’s degree or diploma.  Employee is trained and prepared to care for the age-specific group (i.e., neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult, geriatric) served on their assigned unit.
  • Prefer Bachelor of Science/Nursing degree.
  • Possess current NYS license for Registered Professional Nurse.
  • Possess current AHA Basic Life Support (BLS) certification and AHA Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS).  Possess medication competency certification.
  • Possess five (5) years of prior nursing experience, two of which are consistent with the type of patient population to be managed.
  • Prefer two (2) years in management experience.

Status:   MED/SURG 3rd Floor Nursing/WEST – 9:45pm – 8:45am (36 hours) (hours will fluctuate depending on departmental needs)