NOC 3011 – Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors
To apply under NOC-3011 National Occupation Classification you must follow the roles and responsibilities of Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors.
Required roles and responsibilities:-
Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors perform some or all of the following duties:
- Supervise registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and other nursing personnel
- Evaluate patients’ needs and ensure that required nursing care is delivered
- Set up and co-ordinate nursing services in conjunction with other health services
- Ensure quality nursing care is provided and appropriate administrative procedures are followed
- Assist in the establishment of unit policies and procedures
- Administer nursing unit budget and ensure that supplies and equipment are available
- Assist in the selection, evaluation and professional development of nursing personnel
- Collaborate on research projects related to nursing and medical care and multidisciplinary services
- May provide direct patient care.
You can also see the required titles to apply as a Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors.
NOC 3011 – Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors: example titles.
- acute care co-ordinator – nursing
- assistant head nurse
- birthing room nursing supervisor
- burn unit nursing co-ordinator
- burn unit nursing supervisor
- co-ordinator of nursing services
- co-ordinator, nursing
- co-ordinator, nursing unit
- critical care nursing supervisor
- delivery room nursing supervisor
- geriatric nursing supervisor
- head nurse
- nursing care co-ordinator
- nursing co-ordinator
- nursing services co-ordinator
- nursing supervisor
- nursing supervisor, operating room
- nursing unit co-ordinator
- nursing unit supervisor
- nursing ward supervisor
- obstetrical nursing supervisor
- operating room nursing supervisor
- patient care co-ordinator – nursing
- psychiatric nursing supervisor
- public health nursing supervisor
- rehabilitation nursing supervisor
- supervisor, nursing
- supervisor, nursing ward
- surgical co-ordinator – nursing
- surgical ward supervisor – nursing
- ward supervisor – nursing
- Completion of a university, college or other approved registered nursing, or registered psychiatric nursing, program is required.
- Courses in management studies or a degree, diploma or certificate in management or administration may be required.
- Registration with a regulatory body is required for registered nurses in all provinces and territories and for registered psychiatric nurses in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia and the Yukon.
- Clinical experience as a registered nurse, or as a registered psychiatric nurse, is required.
- Progression to management positions, such as director of nursing, is possible with experience.
- Directors of nursing and nursing unit administrators (in 0311 Managers in health care)
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