The Assistant Nurse Manager is responsible for the control of the quality of nursing care for all internal medicine patients. He/she directs the preparation of nursing care, including the assessment of patient needs, the setting of priorities and the assessment of adequate staffing. The assistant nurse manager is a teacher and a role model for those who directly provide the nursing care. The assistant nurse manager must remain proficient in both the clinical aspects of telephone triage and nursing procedures as well as maintaining an efficiently running floor to insure optimal patient flow.


  • Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from a four-year college or university or Associates in Nursing (ADN).
  • Two to five years of clinical and phone triage experience.
  • Demonstrated managerial abilities.
  • Current RN/LPN licensure in Massachusetts.
  • Current BCLS.