Job Description & Salary Range
UC Title: Clinical Nurse II
Position Number: 10005586
Reports to: Administrative Nurse IV
Working Title: Clinical Nurse II
Cost Center: Women’s Surgical Services (6083)
Bargaining Unit: NX
Job Code: 9139
Date Created: 11/06/2012
Shift: Night Shift
The clinical nurse will collaborate with interdisciplinary teams to develop and implement a plan of care for a specific group of assigned patients. Performs professional nursing duties that incorporate the psychomotor and age appropriate cognitive skills of the patient/family/significant other to assess, plan, intervene and advocate for the patient on an ongoing basis throughout the continuum of care. Will evaluate patient outcomes, effectiveness of plan of care, and readiness for discharge and revise plan or make referrals as necessary. Acts as a role model and mentor to a variety of students and nurses new to the unit. Functions as a (PCC) Patient Care Coordinator as requested by the supervisor/manager.
Rate Minimum $35.71 Midpoint $41.90 Maximum $48.08
Essential Job Functions:
The identification of essential functions below is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties that may be assigned to this position, nor does it restrict the duties which may be assigned to this position if such duties reasonably relate to the position.
CLIN_Actively empathizes with patient, expresses compassion and understanding for the situation and demonstrates care which is appropriate for the age, and cultural, religious, or ethnic background. Actively engages in caring behaviors, taking conscious ownership for work and takes deliberate/thoughtful actions regarding how to best carry out relationships with the patient and co-workers.
CLIN_ Administers patient medications, treatments and procedures in a safe, effective and age appropriate manner. Recognizes critical deviations in patient conditions, taking appropriate action and documenting intervention. Effectively collaborates with the health care team to intervene, and advocate as necessary. Intervenes appropriately in instances of abuse, assault or neglect, or when adequate financial or social resources are not available. Makes appropriate referrals to resolve patient issues effectively
CLIN_ Develops long and short term goals consistent with treatment plans, standards of practice, patient preference and the plan of care. Appropriately utilizes pain scale and other interventions to provide pain relief. Assesses and documents the patient's physical & psychosocial condition, as well as response to care. Reviews patient test results in a timely manner, interpreting and communicating results in a manner consistent with the age of the patient and correlates information into the plan of care. Consistently ensures nursing practice is evidence based, within scope of licensure and compliant with hospital wide standards of nursing care.
CLIN_Collaborates with staff and members of the healthcare team. Delegates patient care activities to appropriate members of the health care team, provides effective leadership and ensures that care is safe and of high quality. Acts as a source of information and articulately responds to questions, providing resources, guidance, and education about diagnosis and course of treatment. Develops and implements accurate teaching and discharge plans
Core Organizational Functions:
Resource Management: Demonstrates accountability, discretion and sound judgment in using or managing university resources.
Customer Service: Values and delivers high quality service to all customers through effective application of the UCICARE principles: Understanding, Communication, Involvement, Commitment, Action, Respect Environment, and LAST. Knows and complies with all customer service standards as outlined in the Service Excellence Handbook.
Quality Improvement: Strives for high quality performance and takes initiative to make improvements and deliver results.
Personal Achievement: Sets and achieves personal goals to advance career-related skills, knowledge and abilities and helps others to improve their skills.
Teamwork: Builds effective relationships across work groups by treating fellow employees with courtesy, respect and inclusiveness; maintains a positive attitude and takes responsibility for assignments.
Ability to work variable shifts including evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays
Ability to read, write and communicate effectively in English
Minimum of six months demonstrated nursing experience
Ability to maintain flexibility and work well in a constantly changing environment
Basic Life Support
Understanding of applicable regulatory requirements
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Bilingual skills to communicate effectively with patients and families
Physical, Mental & Environmental Demands:
To comply with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 the essential physical, mental and environmental requirements for this job are listed below. These are requirements normally expected to perform regular job duties. Incumbent must be able to successfully perform all of the functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.
Standing 45% of time
Walking 40% of time
Sitting 15% of time
Agility (F = Frequently, O = Occasionally, N = Never)
Pulling up to 75 Pounds
Pushing up to 75 Pounds
Lifting up to 50 Pounds
Carrying up to 25 Pounds
Dexterity (F = Frequently, O = Occasionally, N = Never)