Monitors contribution agreements to verify compliance with rules and standards. Recommends approval of agreements or recommends changes to improve the quality of service. recommends conditions of employment for working nurses, including wages, benefits, working time, legal liability and coverage for inclusion in contribution agreements. If persons in management or confidentiality positions are employed in a professional category and at the professional level under a collective agreement and their rates of pay have not been set by the tax office, they are paid at the rates of pay set in the collective agreement. Checks and authorizes work schedules and requests for special leave. Ensure consistent interpretation and application of collective agreements and staff policies and procedures. Plant, coordinate, control and ensure continuity of care for the facility or part of the facility in the evenings, nights, holidays and weekends. Communicates all clinical and administrative information to health care staff and care administration. Performs cycles of care, assesses the quality of care and takes corrective action to meet immediate needs. Guide, inform, guide and assist assistant nurses in their supervisory duties. Monitors the performance of nursing assistants and recommends assessments of the chief nurse. participation in audit, selection and ranking committees for performance evaluation.
Advising staff on administrative guidelines and procedures interprets collective agreements and solves performance and discipline issues. Pay rates will change within one hundred and eighty (180) after the signing of the Collective Financial Management Agreement (FI). In accordance with Schedule “E” of the FI collective agreement, rates are paid in the form of lump sum payments before the change in remuneration: please consult the collective agreement for rates of pay. Advice on contracts between the department and employment agencies for care. Participates in the selection process. Advice on job descriptions, classification, work organization and interpretation of the collective agreement. Contributes to the selection process and develops career strategies for regional management of aged care. Recruits, trains and advises subordinates. Assesses staff performance and solves performance and discipline issues. Manages the computerized care inventory system in the region.
Some collective agreements have provided lump sum payments to workers instead of retroactive wage increases or as compensatory supplements. Unless otherwise made by the CFO, these lump sum payments must also be made to workers excluded from the collective agreement as exclusions from business or confidentiality, although they are classified as a category or professional level under the collective agreement. Health care management in the prison. Health care personnel are trained, monitored and evaluated. Assess the effectiveness of care and implement quality improvement programs. Consultation with the Chief and Council on the management and organization of the health facility. Institutional visits and helps nurses develop work plans and set priorities. Contributes to the definition of new programs, the evaluation of the work required and the definition of the role of nurses. Recommends changes that improve standards for the care service. Functional nurses are cared for by nurses employed by group councils. Makes it easier to transfer health programs to the control system. Provides high standards of professional care during and after the transition from direct provider to moderator.
Promotes the philosophy of branch transfer for health care workers. Communication with systems organizations and band managers. Explains the scope of municipal health programs and standards of care, promotes the principles of community organization, and assesses the responsiveness of communities to the transfer of health programs.