Registered Nurse (RN) Perioperative Team Manager, Operating Room

Job Description

UC Health is hiring a Full-Time Registered Nurse (RN) for the Perioperative Team Manager, Operating Room for First Shift at UC Health West Chester.

The Perioperative Team Manager provides leadership and direction for a specific specialty team within the operating rooms and wherever the intraoperative care is delivered. They will support the West Chester Operating Room.

About West Chester Hospital

West Chester Hospital provides its patients with access to the region's largest group of specialized physicians and medical providers. With a reputation for providing outstanding patient experiences and quality medical care, the hospital consistently ranks amongst the top 5% in the nation. West Chester Hospital provides a Level III Trauma Center that delivers superior emergency and critical care, and a certified Primary Stroke Center that provides access to the subspecialty care at the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute.

Unit Details
  • Join a team where management is very hands on when it comes to helping hone your skills.
  • Enjoy a worklife balance with no call requirement.
  • Be a part of a hospital recognized among a listing of the World's Best Hospitals for the world-class clinical care provided to the Greater Cincinnati Region and beyond.


As Team Manager, you are responsible for planning, implementing, and evaluating the delivery of overall nursing care to patients for this department. In this role, you will design, coach, and lead your nursing staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training clinical team members in collaboration with your Clinical Supervisors, Charge RNs, and Preceptor staff.
  • Proficient in communication and technologies to address nursing, healthcare and organizational issues appropriate to diverse audiences. Establishes structures and processes to ensure effective information sharing among patients, families/significant others and the healthcare team.
  • Ensures individuals contribution to goals through recognition that is consistent with their personal definition of meaning, fulfillment, development and advancement. Builds credibility with physicians as a champion for patient care, quality, and nursing professionalism.
  • Collaborates with medical staff leaders in determining patient care services, equipment, standards, policies, and procedures.
  • Fosters relationships with nursing academia to provide clinical experiences and resources for students.
  • Utilizes and interprets evidence-based data for the establishment of standards, practices, and patient care models for delivery of care. Serves as a change agent when patient care and processes are re-designed.
  • Articulates and takes action to support the JCAHO National Patient Safety Goals. Supports a non-punitive environment for reporting errors.
  • Participates in systems review to improve quality of patient care delivery and to critically evaluate and anticipate risks to patient safety with the aim of preventing patient care errors.
  • Identifies and participates in performance improvement processes that provide outcome measurement. Communicates, educates, and involves staff in quality improvement processes.
  • Ensures that clinical policies and procedures are reviewed and updated in accordance with evidence-based practice.
  • Understands healthcare finances as evidenced by preparing and analyzing unit budgets.
  • Correlates the relationship between effective staffing, patient care and budgeting. Identifies educational needs of existing and potential staff.
  • Articulates federal and state regulations.


  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, preferred
  • Licensed to practice professional nursing in the State of Ohio.
  • Certification in Operating Room Nursing (CNOR) preferred.
  • Three years of current Operating Room experience, with broad knowledge of multiple surgical specialties.