The Team Leader serves as a conduit between the Advanced Practice Management Team and a group of Advanced Practice Providers (NP/PA/CNS) for the purpose of facilitating communication, overseeing orientation of new team members and evaluating clinical practice with a particular focus on quality and performance improvement. Responsible for the results and development of assigned team members. Plans and executes day-to-day operational needs by setting priorities, planning for and addressing staffing needs, and coordinating work across other teams as needed. Provides guidance, coaching, and feedback to team members and provides significant input to employment decisions, addresses performance issues and administers performance reviews. Monitors key metrics and analyzes information to solve on-going problems to improve team performance.
The following describes the basic position duties that an employee MUST be able to perform for this role. This information is intended to be descriptive of the key responsibilities of the position. The list of essential functions below DOES NOT identify all duties performed by any single person in the position.
Required Education and Certification
that I wanted to be a nurse, and to me, pediatrics was the only option. When we moved to Dallas, Children’s Health was the only place I wanted to work. In fact, it’s the only hospital I applied to. Making life better for children was exactly what I had always wanted to do. I truly can’t imagine working anywhere else.
Amy, RN, BSN, AE-C
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