WGGA Medical Services PLC Nursing & Education Manager Jobs in Ethiopia
WGGA Medical Services PLC Nursing & Education Manager Jobs in EthiopiaJob DescriptionAbout WGGAWGGA Eye Centre is a full service multi-specialty practice located in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Established in 2012, we have expanded to a group of eight certified Ophthalmologists, an Ophthalmic Medical Technologist and five Optometrists.
Our compassionate experienced team is dedicated to providing high quality eye care in Ethiopia that strives to exceed your expectations.
Our Eye Centre offers state of the art diagnostics, comprehensive eye examinations and the most advanced vision correction treatments and procedures for eye diseases and disorders.
We’re committed to providing leading-edge patient-centered care for everyone, from babies to seniors. We're the eye doctors in Ethiopia for you!
WGGA also committed to building and furthering the capacity of Ethiopian Ophthalmologists and allied ophthalmic professionals.
We are extremely proud of our team of Ethiopian professionals.
WGGA Eye Centre is a division of WGGA Medical Services plc.
Established by two Ethio-Canadians, who have actively been engaged in philanthropic medical initiatives in East Africa for the last +10 years.
The nursing & education manager will be responsible for creating an environment of patient-focused care, defining standards for quality patient care, managing and developing work-based teams, train & develop staff and providing leadership and guidance to employee under his/her supervision.
Detail Duties and Responsibilities
Plan & overseeing the department budgets
Supervising and reviewing diagnostic, refraction, screening nurse, pharmacy, front desk and medical staff activities.
Interacting with medical doctors and nursing staff for proper function of the center patients and credit organizational clients.
Ensuring adherence to established policies and procedures of the medical staff, nursing and health professionals
Assigning staff and monitoring their activities, train existing and new staff about over all procedure patient care.
Overseeing and coordinating an organization’s diagnostic, refraction, screening, nursing staff and its daily operations
Leading the nursing, Diagnostic staff in delivering excellent care to patients and offering quality support to the medical & professional staff
Ensuring that each nurse, medical, optometry staff is properly certified and abides by the standards for care established by the organization state and federal laws.
Maintaining high standards of care
Creating new policies and update existing policies to help improve the level of care for each patient
Implementing quality improvement programs designed to deliver the highest possible levels of service
Ensuring that all patient care plans have the documentation necessary to provide the proper type of care.
Serve as a mentor and promote discussion among patient care staff member.
Collaborates with medical providers, pharmacy, patient care staff, and unit management in the planning, implementation, and delivery of outstanding customer service.
Leading the local & foreign medicine and medical equipment purchase committee.
Ensure the availability of medicine needed for the center.
Asses the stock of medicine and the medical equipment, supplies necessary to carry out the day to day activities of the center.
Initiate skills development programs and carriers development of the core staff of the center within the parameters of established procedure & polices of health service, assess the performance of all diagnostic, refraction, screening, OPD & OR nursing duties, monitors trends and implements strategies to ensure compliance with quality standards and parameters.
Develop patient care plans, incorporating evidence –based research and national standards; to ensure quality patient care.
Coordinating with physicians and other healthcare professionals for creating and evaluating customized care plans.
Educates technical and patient care staff in the use of new equipment, supplies, and instruments; coordinates in-service training and workshops for appropriate staff
Ensure proper care in the use and maintenance of equipment and supplies; promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and environmental practices.
Performs other related duties assigned by the immediate supervisor.
Required skill and Education
BSC/Master in clinical Nursing and have professional License
Minimum 14/12 years in similar areas and 4 year in managerial position
Technical and other skills
Good communication and presentation skills
Well organized and ability to act in a professional and ethical manner
Competency in computer applications
Ability to analyze and solve the problems
Ability to work under pressure
How to Apply
Interested and qualified applicants should submit their application, CV and copies of supporting Educational and work experience documents to Human Resource and Administration Department office in person to WGGA Medical service 2nd floor, or E-mail through: firstname.lastname@example.org with in five working days.
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