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About this Role
The Operating Room Nurse Maxillofacial Team Leader is responsible for the daily function of the Maxillofacial Operating Room.
You will lead the team briefings, assign tasks to and support the nursing staff, and assist the Anesthesia staff in the Maxillofacial Operating Room.
You will work with the Maxillofacial surgeons, the Operating Room Clinical Supervisor and Operating Room Manager to coordinate the weekly and daily Maxillofacial surgery schedule.
What You Will Contribute
• Coordinate the daily functions of the Maxillofacial program in the operating room, maintaining an efficient turnover
• Fulfill responsibilities of an Operating Room Nurse; assist with circulating and scrubbing duties as required
• Orientate new Operating Room Nurses to the Maxillofacial operating room equipment and procedures
• Excellent organizational skills
• Affinity for the Maxillofacial specialty and knowledge of Maxillofacial surgeries and specialized equipment
• Ability to work and communicate professionally with surgeons
For This Role, You Will Need
• Successful completion of Mercy Ships On Boarding program
• Mercy Ships Alumni required; knowledge of Operating Room procedures, standards and equipment
• Current, active license as a Registered Nurse (or its International Equivalent) with the ability to both scrub and circulate is required.
• Minimum of five years of Operating Room Nurse experience
• Current Basic Life Support certification is required; Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support are optional
• Written and verbal fluency in English
• Maxillofacial Surgical Team Leader experience preferred
• Flexibility and sensitivity to language and cultural diversity
Full job description available upon request.