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PACU Nurse Manager - Boston Medical Center New



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Boston Medical Center

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Full Time

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Position Description

Boston Medical Center, located in the South End neighborhood of Boston, is seeking a PACU Nurse Manager. 


PACU Nurse Manager will oversee and manages our busy 42 bed PreOp/PACU and collaborates closely with the Operating Room Managers, Endovascular Nurse Manager and Assistant Nurse Managers/Clinical Flow Coordinators. In collaboration with members of the health care team ensures coordination of patient care through the development and use of patient care and practice standards. Ensures that desired patient outcomes are optimally achieved and that variances from established parameters are evaluated and addressed as necessary. Reports directly to the Department Director, and the Director of Nursing for supervision of professional nursing practice. 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • All clinical and operational activities of the units in accordance with the Medical Center mission, vision, and values.
  • The successful administration, fiscal management, program development, staff education, performance review, quality management, daily operations and performance improvement of the Preop/PACU unit.
  • Responsible for the planning and implementation of the clinical based activities. Will identify opportunities for improvement, establish expectations, seek solutions and establish monitoring and evaluating strategies. Performs the quality review process in compliance with performance improvement plan, regulations and standards.
  • Maintains open communication with Nursing Directors, Clinical Directors and the leadership of other departments.

Management – Clinical Staff:

Interviews, hires, trains, supervise, evaluate performance and disciplines as necessary for clinical staff and in doing so, seeks feedback, evaluation, and guidance from the professional staff as appropriate and according to established personnel policies and procedures. Works collaboratively with Human Resource/Labor Management staff as needed. Ensures that hiring and supervising practices and promotion recommendation actively support the organization’s affirmative action and equal opportunity policy, and diversity statement.

Education – Clinical Staff:

Conducts formal and informal staff education for new and established clinical staff related to critical pathways, clinical practice guidelines/standards, and quality improvement findings

Establishes, leads, and or participates in appropriate forums to provide programs and teaching information; seeks program effectiveness feedback.

Develops training modules as needed for the clinical staff, including competencies; conducts periodic audits to ensure compliance and quality.


RN, BSN is required. Master’s degree or current enrollment in a Master’s degree program is preferred. PACU Nursing experience is required. Minimum of 5 years nursing experience in a PACU setting is preferred. Demonstrated success in an academic medical center, Level 1 Trauma Hospital preferred. CCRN or CPAN preferred

About BMC:

BMC is the busiest provider of trauma and emergency services in New England. Emphasizing community-based care, BMC is committed to providing excellent and accessible health services to all. We are the largest safety-net hospital in New England. BMC is the primary teaching affiliate of the nationally ranked Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM).

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