Position Description

Clinical Coord, RN
Requisition ID 28049
Employment Status Full time
Shift Start/End Time 7P-7:30A
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Pay Range: CLINICAL COORD, RN - $49.90 to $79.84

Job Summary:

In collaboration with the Service Line Director and unit Manager, the RN Clinical Coordinator is responsible for the daily departmental operations. Provides shift supervision and day to day management of clinical nursing practice, patient care delivery, human, fiscal and other resources, development of personnel, compliance with regulatory and professional standards, issue resolution and fostering interdisciplinary collaborative relationships within the Department and the organization as a whole. Coordinates and maintains balanced schedules of hospital nursing staff according to patient acuity. As a resource, provides clinical expertise to clinical staff as well as acts as a liaison between staff and family members. Consistently models excellence in patient care and service excellence and contributes to unit leadership at a high level of proficiency.

Licensure and Certification:

  • Current California RN License
  • Current BLS provider card
  • National Certification in clinical area of expertise preferred
  • Current ACLS Provider
  • Current PALS Provider
  • Current NIHSS Certification


  • AA degree, Bachelor’s/Master’s preferred
  • Member in professional organization preferred


  • Three (3) years current acute care nursing experience.
  • One (1) year progressive charge nurse experience

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Excellent intradepartmental communication skills and interaction with patients and their families; hospital and medical staff.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Effective two way communication skills (listening and speaking); strong interpersonal skills with staff, physicians, patients and their significant others.
  • Strong leadership and critical reasoning skills in clinical decision-making, planning and organizing, initiative and ingenuity, creativity, independent  decision-making, problem solving, and ability to interpret data.
  • Ability to work effectively with physicians and multidisciplinary teams toward achieving a common goal in accordance with established timelines.

Physical Demands – Patient Care:

  • Continuous standing/walking and occasional/intermittent sitting.
  • Continuous use of bilateral upper extremities in fine motor activities requiring fingering, grasping, and forward reaching between waist and shoulder level to handle/operate medical equipment/devices.
  • Frequent reaching above shoulder level and overhead.
  • Frequent forward bending, twisting, squatting and kneeling; occasional climbing.
  • Occasional repositioning and transferring patients weighing up to 200 pounds between bed, chair, and gurney.
  • Occasional lifting and carrying equipment weighing up to 25 pounds.
  • Occasional/intermittent pushing of gurneys, wheelchairs, bed and other medical equipment over tiled and carpeted surfaces.
  • Continuous use of near vision to read medical equipment such as monitoring devices and reading documents and computer screens; hearing and verbal communication to interact with patients, co-workers, and other customers.

Key for Physical Demands


66 to 100% of the time


33 to 65% of the time


0 to 32% of the time


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