This Clinical Nurse Coordinator position is located in the Office of Community Care at the Manchester Brady Sullivan Tower location. This position is full-time at 40 hours per week. The responsibilities of the Clinical Nurse Coordinator include, but are not limited to the following: Provides clinical leadership and expertise on community care processes and regulations. Serves as a liaison to both internal and external providers and will be responsible for managing the care of the Veteran and the seamless transition to and from the community. Coordinate the process of care with the other team members to maximize efficiency. Document all patient care activities in a timely manner. Serve as a role model in the effective operation of an interdisciplinary team. Coordinates care for the patient with the VA referring provider and the community provider. The RN will focus on providing care that is unique to the Veterans needs and continues to monitor, track, and intervene if necessary, in the episode of care across the continuum. Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 7:30 - am to 4:00 pm Compressed/Flexible Work Schedule: Not Authorized Telework: Authorized - per management's discretion. Virtual/Remote Work: Not Authorized Relocation or Travel Incentives: Not Authorized Recruitment Incentives: Not Authorized Financial Disclosure Report: Not Required Notifications: This position is a NAGE Bargaining Unit position. Current and former Federal employees must submit copies of their most recent SF-50 (Notice of Personnel Action). The SF-50 must identify the position title, series, grade, step, tenure and type of service (Competitive or Excepted). In some cases, more than one SF-50 may be required to show a higher grade previously held. This position is in the Excepted Service. The salary is based on the grade and step approved for the selected candidate. Veterans' preference does not apply for other current permanent Federal agency employees. The Professional Standards Board (a peer-review group) will recommend the grade and salary for new appointments based on the candidate's education and experience. For internal selectees being promoted, the board will determine grade and HR will determine step in accordance with policy.
Providing Health Care for Veterans: The Veterans Health Administration is America’s largest integrated health care system, providing care at 1,255 health care facilities, including 170 medical centers and 1,074 outpatient sites of care of varying complexity (VHA outpatient clinics), serving 9 million enrolled Veterans each year.