Their tasks transcend the tasks of a surgical nurse, as they need to ensure the smooth and cost effective running of the ward. They manage shift schedules, manage stock, balance the budget, and are responsible for the nurses on duty their specific ward.
A great step up for generalised RNs with leadership and organisational skills, UM’s receive a substantial pay increase and set of responsibilities. Substantial experience in this unit is key and previous management experience and qualifications are a plus!
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