Surgical Critical Care- Nurse Manager

South Africa Permanent / Full Time

Recruiter :
Anshena Ammigan

Anshena Ammigan
  • Relocation to Saudi Arabia
  • Current Good Standing Nursing License
  • 5 years Experience
Are you a South African or Mauritian national looking for an exciting career opportunity abroad?

A prestigious hospital in the Eastern province of Dhahran, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, is seeking dedicated nurses to join their team.

This modern medical institution boasts a capacity of over 350 beds, providing a comprehensive range of health services.

The hospital is proudly accredited by both the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCIA) and the Saudi Central Board for Accreditation of Healthcare Institutions (CBAHI).

Education/Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
License:
  • Current and in Good Standing Nursing License/Registration (RN) to practice in country of residence
Experience:
  • Minimum Five (5) years of progressive nursing experience, including Two(2) years of nursing leadership experience
  • Current and in Good Standing Nursing License/Registration (RN) to practice in country of residence
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Performs his/her duties and tasks as per Hospital Policy and Agreement on Professional Code of Conduct.
  • Actively participates in all quality and performance improvement activities within the department/service and within the hospital as per Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Plan,
  • Actively participates in all the education requirement and activities as per the Hospital Education Program,
  • Actively participates in all the education requirement and activities as per the Hospital Education Program,
  • Performs other applicable tasks and duties assigned within the scope of practice and employment contract
  • Collaborate with Nursing Administration in all strategic and operational planning and support the strategic and annual operational execution.
  • Take full responsibility and 24/7 accountability for overall operations in the clinical area(s)/unit(s) assigned, as per the Organization Chart; demonstrating strong critical thinking skills in making appropriate clinical and managerial decisions and judgments.
  • Use expert nursing, clinical knowledge, and skills to ensure the delivery of quality nursing care to patients and families across the continuum of care
  • Participate in the development and adherence to scope service and policies as related to assigned areas.
  •  Ensure allocated unit(s) are organized, safe, and meet relevant regulatory standards.
  • Be responsible for maintaining required annual plans and programs for the clinical area/unit.
  • Provide visible and effective transformational leadership. which fosters a positive, sales working environment, a Culture of Safety and a Culture of Civility.
  • Per delegation/assignment. actively participate in hospital-wide committees and positively represent the organization and the profession of nursing both internally and externally.
  • Utilize and embody the Magnet principles: transformational leadership at all levels, excellence in nursing practice. supportive of nursing autonomy, structural empowerment including shared governance with high functioning unit-based councils, nursing research and innovation.
  • Support standardization of all initiatives, performance improvement projects and nursing practice within their scope of authority within Nursing Administration.
  • Effectively execute initiatives through robust  interdepartmental collaboration using a systems approach.
  • Embrace continuing professional development at all levels.
  • Empower and foster teamwork to achieve nursing practice and operational excellence in the delivery of high quality. safe and efficient patient care, supporting patient-centered care, nurse satisfaction and staff retention.
  • Support and ensure continuous cost effective and value-based efficient use of human, material and financial resources, including supplies and consumables.
  • Participate in and coordinate the recruitment and onboarding of qualified staff in sufficient numbers within the unit/organization, in accordance with the Annual Stalling Plan.
  • Work collaboratively with the credentialing processes and committees to maintain acceptance of high-quality nurses to fulfil current and future nursing manpower requirements.
  • Ensure all staff are appropriately assigned to job positions and allocations and maintain valid qualifications and competencies, as well as probationary and annual performance evaluations.
  • Foster growth and development of a national workforce.
  • Empower and support the development of staff at all levels to maintain a high performing workforce and adequate succession planning.
  • Promote confidence and transparency through effective and professional communication
  • Support, develop and ensure compliance of evidence-based policies, procedures and guidelines in fulfilment with regulatory requirements.
  • Lead and model patient experience initiatives across the continuum of care while working interprofessional within the facility.
Benefits:
  • Annual renewable employment contract
  • 3-months probation
  • 35 days annual leave
  • Paid leaves (Annual / Medical Etc.) Plus Additional leaves (Holidays) as per Employment Contract
  • Free Fully-Furnished Housing Accommodation with basic appliances will be provided
  • Transportation facility will be provided from residence to workplace / vice versa
  • Visa / Iqama (Resident Permit) will be provided at the cost of Employer
  • Mobilization Air Ticket from Point of Origin will be provided
  • Free Medical/health Insurance

Referral reward: $120

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