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in Greenville, SC

Estimated Pay $19 per hour
Hours Full-time, Part-time
Location Greenville, South Carolina

About this job

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Job Summary

With a matrixed reporting relationship to the Campus CNO and Exec Dir-Clinical Education, the RN-Nursing Specialty Consultant advances nursing practice to achieve optimal outcomes by assuring nurses and nursing personnel utilize evidence-based practices to meet the multifaceted needs of specific patients and/or populations. This role focuses on reinforcement / support of practice at the bedside as care is delivered to patients. The RN-Nursing Specialty Consultant participates in systematic quality improvement and safety initiatives related to nursing practice and serves as a subject matter expect in the specific area of nursing.


Clinical Nursing Practice 25%

- Supports new graduate nurses in clinical practice in the first year of practice post-Nurse Residency.

- Reviews all new clinical practice changes monthly and supports nurse managers to ensure all nurses have applied to practice.

- Advises staff in safe practice, critical thinking, problem solving, care planning, assessing, implementing, evaluating outcomes and opportunities for improvement - in keeping with regulatory requirements, scope of practice, Nurse Sensitive Indicators, and cost effectiveness.

- Promotes standardization and consistency in the electronic medical record documentation.

- Analyzes data related to quality, safety, & patient outcomes and recommends & implements action plans & interventions to address.

- Assumes accountability for achieving campus outcome goals inclusive of Nurse Sensitive Indicators, Patient Experience, and Nursing Retention through support of nursing practice.

- Provides just in time training based on changes in practice, root cause analysis, and code debriefings at the unit level.

Collaboration/Consultation 25%

- Collaborates with patients/families, nursing teams, providers and other health care professionals in development of practice solutions.

- Provides expert specialty consultation related to complex patient care needs and health system needs.

- Participates in interdisciplinary root cause analyses and action plan development/implementation.

- Serve as a subject matter expert.

- Collaborates with Clinical Education to conduct needs assessments, identify facility clinical education requirements, communicate training and education requests.

Patient Care Advocate 20%

- Participates in the design and implementation of evidence based, cost-effective interventions including advanced nursing therapies to meet the needs of the complex patient.

- Guides nursing inter-professional teams in the formulation of patient care management plans for clinically complex patients or families.

Evidence Based Practice 15%

- Reviews literature and research to ensure best practice in the specialty area.

- Assesses the nursing practice environment and processes for improvement opportunities.

- Audits the evidence related to new products to advance nursing practice, improve patient outcomes in a cost effective manner.

- Develops, revises and reviews policies, procedures, and plans of care to ensure alignment with current evidence based practice to provide consistency and drive performance outcomes.

- Mentors nurses and nursing staff in using evidence-based practice principles in practice.

Performance Management 10%

-Facilitates individual, team and organizational performance management which include competency development and evaluation at the facility level

-Change management processes

-Performance consultation and mentoring of staff as related to clinical practice.

Collaboration with Clinical Education to conduct needs assessments, identify facility clinical education requirements, communicate training and education requests. 5%

Minimum Requirements

Education - Master's of Science in Nursing(MSN)

Experience - 3 years nursing experience in specialty area

Required Certifications, Registrations, Licenses

Licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in South Carolina

Valid driver's license, an acceptable three-year motor vehicle record as defined by the Acceptable Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) Chart, and a certificate of auto insurance.

Certification in area of clinical specialty is preferred

Required Knowledge & Skills

Knowledge of office equipment

Proficient computer skills (word processing, spreadsheets, presentations and databases)

Data entry and mathematical skills

Knowledge of patient care equipment

Work Shift

Day (United States of America)


Greenville Memorial Med Campus


1008 Greenville Memorial Hospital


10086051 Nursing Administration

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