National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2021 Version 1.0
- 3 - Health occupations
- 31 - Professional occupations in health
- 313 - Nursing and allied health professionals
- 3130 - Nursing and allied health professionals
31300 - Nursing coordinators and supervisors
Nursing coordinators and supervisors coordinate and supervise the activities of registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses, licensed practical nurses and other nursing personnel in the provision of patient care. They are employed in health care institutions such as hospitals, clinics and nursing homes, and in nursing agencies.
- nursing care coordinator
- nursing services coordinator
- nursing supervisor
- patient care coordinator - nursing
- psychiatric nursing supervisor
- public health nursing supervisor
- Managers in health care (See 30010 Managers in health care)
This group performs 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 coordinate 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.
- 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.