Director Nursing Service Job Description Sample
Director Nursing Services RN - Ambulatory Surgical Center
Essential Responsibilities: Through department managers/staff, directs and manages the delivery of nursing services and safe patient care which are integrated with business plans and meet or exceed cost, quality,clinical and utilization standards and performance measures. Ensures that services meet members, physician and internal client needs in a changing, competitive health care market.
Accountable for the efficient delivery of patient care and support services within the service line for members by directing the development, evaluation and utilization of safe, cost effective, high quality nursing practices. Develops strategic/business plans to achieve integrated services across the continuum of care at multiple sites/departments. Directs and ensures continuous quality and safety of staff and patients and improvement of all clinical practices, services and operations by managing the design and implementation of systems, processes and methods to evaluate and improve safe patient care across the continuum.
Plans, develops and/or directs the implementation of service area initiatives within the service line shares best practices and standards of care. Directs and/or delegates to managers the appropriate delivery and level of services. Directs budget management and resource allocation.
Manages financial performance and identifies and implements strategies to reduce costs and improve quality and safety of care and service. Manages and resolves human resource, labor relations, employee and department safety and risk management issues. Hires, fires and disciplines as part of performance management.
Directs compliance with administrative, legal and regulatory requirements of governmental and regulatory agencies. May assume responsibilities of Nurse Executive in their absence.
Experience Minimum eight (8) years of acute healthcare nursing experience, including a minimum of four (4) years of progressive management and supervisory experience. The following requirements apply to the Director of Nursing Services - Mental Health Center at Los Angeles only. Minimum eight (8) years of psychiatric nursing experience including a minimum of four (4) years of progressive management and supervisory experience.
Education Master's Degree in related field (nursing, health administration, business, public health or management). Academic degree in nursing required (Bachelor's or Master's degree). License, Certification, Registration California RN license required by date of hire. BLS certificate required. Additional
Demonstrated knowledge of operations and healthcare management; Nurse Practice Act, TJC and other local, state and federal regulations. Must be able to work in a Labor/Management Partnership environment.
Demonstrated Knowledge of Operations and Healthcare Management in an Ambulatory Surgical Center, Nurse Practice Act, TJC and other local, state and federal regulations. Experience leading an Ambulatory Surgical Center. ACLS
OR Director Of Nursing
The Director of Nursing is responsible for the 24-hour management of the assigned nursing units and departments in terms of the quality of nursing care delivered, as well as for planning, organizing, leading and evaluating nursing services within area of specialty. The director provides leadership and oversight in the accomplishment of strategic and operational objectives of The Department of Nursing.
Provides strategic direction for nursing and business operations, responsible for establishing strategic and tactical plans for clinical services, new programs and human resource allocation. Promotes practice environment that empowers nurses to provide effective, compassionate, efficient and knowledgeable nursing care. works in cooperation with the Medical Staff to ensure regulations and accreditation standards are maintained. This role is within our Operating Room Specialty. ??Orthopedics experience preferred.?? SKILLS AND CERTIFICATIONS [note: bold skills and certification are required] yrs management experience Operating Room Experience Masters degree required and degree in Nursing, Bachelors or Masters.
Large Hospital experience preferred Registered Nurse(RN) yrs in clinical setting Magnet recognized certification within months of eligibility Must have Magnet recognized leadership certification within months of eligibility Security Clearance Required: No Visa Candidate Considered: No CANDIDATE DETAILS 2+ to yearsexperience Seniority Level Mid-Senior Management Experience Required Yes Minimum Education Masters Degree Willingness to Travel Never IDEAL CANDIDATE Director experience preferred Masters degree required Specialty service if applicable.
Nursing Leadership certification mandated within year of employment. Large teaching hospitals(1) (14) OR's,(36) AOD rooms,(30) PACU bays and(2) Ortho(2) ??They also be over Oral Max Facial and Pain Mngmt.(3)?? They'll be over 125 FTE's and have(3) OR Nurse Managers reporting to them.(4) ??They do approximately 30-50 daily cases or 600-800 monthly. ??
Director Of Nursing Operations
This position oversees the operations of the Nursing Administrative Services (House Supervisors, Staffing, Bed Management, and IV Therapeutics).
Plans, directs and coordinates all operational activities for areas of responsibility.
Develops policies and procedures as well as the quality improvement programs for areas of responsibility.
Develops the capital and operating budgets.
Ensures areas of responsibility are appropriately staffed by hiring and retaining competent staff.
Responsible for development and enforcement of policies and procedures that ensure quality patient care and hospital operations.
Responsible for ensuring adequate Human Resources are available in areas of responsibility.
Responsible for maintaining acceptable turnover in areas of responsibility.
Ensures operations run within budgetary guidelines and promotes positive employee engagement and appropriate communication with staff.
Responsible for quality and performance improvement activities in department and multidisciplinary practices.
Responsible for ensuring compliance with all applicable regulations and guidelines as set by federal, state, local and other agencies (i.e., JCAHO, Medicare, TDH).
Facilitates positive and productive relationships with physicians, ancillary staff, and peers that involves bilateral communication.
Responsible for positive internal and external customer satisfaction results and to ensure that all staff meet the service standards.
Bachelor's degree preferred, Master's degree desired
TX RN licensure or RN Compact State License
Three (3) to Five (5) years of management experience in healthcare.
Five (5) or more years of experience in a critical care area or setting.
Experience with Microsoft Office products (i.e.., word, excel, outlook, power point).
Director Of Nursing
Under direction of the Director of Health Services, plans and coordinates nursing services of Fellowship Village. Responsible for overseeing all nursing personnel, patient care and assessment. Participates as a member of the facility's management team in planning, policy formulation and administrative decision making with particular reference to the role, functions and operations of the facility's nursing services.
- Manages, directs and supervises all nursing personnel in the completion of their responsibilities.
- Develops a schedule to ensure that an adequate number of appropriately trained professional and auxiliary personnel are on duty at all times to meet the needs of the residents.
- Defines and maintains the standards of nursing practice at the facility under the direction of the Director of Health Services.
- Initiates the development of policies and procedures that govern nursing services and staff.
- Responsible for staff performance and staff development. Assists with planning, conducting and scheduling of in-service training classes, on-the-job training and orientation programs to ensure quality, effective care.
- In collaboration with the Director of Health Services, shall plan, develop and implement a budget for staffing and services.
- Monitors the overall care of residents and provides on-going assessments of residents' needs.
- Continually assesses the quality of care rendered to residents and evaluates the quality and cost-effectiveness of staffing and services within the guidelines of the facility. Provides written weekly reports or as requested.
- Meets with new admissions and conducts initial needs assessment.
- Routinely reviews resident charts following medically appropriate guidelines.
- Responds to resident needs and concerns in a timely and courteous manner.
- Maintains an adequate level of supplies and equipment to meet the day-to-day operational needs of the facility and residents.
- Responds to resident needs and concerns in a timely and courteous manner. Ensures that the residents' rights to fair and equitable treatment, self-determination, individuality, privacy, property and civil rights, including the right to wage complaints, are well-established, maintained and communicated to the nursing staff, etc. at all times.
- Ensures that all nursing personnel, residents, visitors, etc. follow governmental and facility-established safety regulations to include fire protection/prevention, smoking regulations, infection control, etc.
- Ensures that nursing staff follow policies implemented for waste disposal, storage and dispensing of drugs and controlled substances, health, cleanliness, etc.
- Creates and maintains an atmosphere of warmth, personal interest and positive emphasis, as well as a calm environment throughout the facility.
- Maintains confidentiality of all resident information and periodically re-enforces the policy with the nursing staff.
- Serves on various committees of the facility (i.e. Infection Control, Utilization Review, Quality Assurance and Assessment, etc.)
- Assumes other duties and responsibilities as required or as may be assigned.
- Collaborates with other departments, CCRCs, nursing facilities, etc. regarding resources and services to improve resident care and nursing staff development.
- Keeps abreast of current trends and practices in field of expertise.
- Participates in appropriate meetings and committees.
- Encourages and supports research and improvement studies that can make meaningful contributions to the quality and economy of nursing services.
- Complies with periodic physical examinations as may be required or requested.
- Bachelor's Degree in Nursing and current New Jersey license as an RN - Registered Nurse.
- A minimum of 3 years experience as a Director of Nursing in a CCRC, nursing home, hospital or like facility.
- Ability to deal professionally with local, state and federal regulatory agencies.
- Strong interpersonal skills necessary in order to communicate and cooperate with and respond effectively to the instructions and requests from a diverse group of residents, visitors and staff and provide information with ordinary courtesy and tact.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills in English in person and over the telephone.
- Ability to lift or move items weighing up to 60 pounds without assistance, stand for long periods of time, bend, reach and perform other such functions as usually performed by a registered nurse.
- Ability to organize and prioritize numerous tasks and complete them.
- Proficiency with use of computers and application software.
- Work frequently requires more than 40 hours per week to perform the essential duties of the position. Availability for evening and weekend work and willingness to be on-call 24 hours per day to handle emergencies are essential.
- Ability to respond to and work with a mature resident population, creating a warm, caring and supportive environment for the enjoyment of the residents and to promote this philosophy to all employees.
Director Of Nursing Emergency Dept
Founded in 1896 by group of local physicians and concerned citizens, Long Island's first voluntary hospital is 591 bed university-affiliated medical center and New York State-designated Regional Trauma Center which offers sophisticated diagnostic and therapeutic care in virtually every specialty and subspecialty of medicine and surgery. Responsible for the overall directions and daily operational activities of the Emergency Department including planning, budget, personnel, quality improvement, coordinating clinical services, policy development and collaboration with Department Chairman, administration and departments/services to ensure service excellence and high quality patient care.
SKILLS AND CERTIFICATIONS [note: bold skills and certification are required] Current NY State RN Licensure, required. ACLS, PALS, TNCC, CEN required Excellent communication skills; Strong leadership and management skills In depth knowledge of budgets and financial planning; Good analytical skills, report writing, projec Computer skills with knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint; Excellent team building skills. Security Clearance Required:
No Visa Candidate Considered: No CANDIDATE DETAILS 7+ to 10 yearsexperience Seniority Level Executive Management Experience Required Yes Minimum Education Masters Degree Willingness to Travel Occasionally IDEAL CANDIDATE Ideal applicant will have at least yearssenior nursing management level experience in level trauma center with minimum of 50K visits year. Masters prepared preferred. NSLIJ, Stony Brook, St Lukes/ Roosevelt
Director Of Nursing - Nicu
?????????????????? Regional position over two locations ? Master?s required and Academic experience preferred ? 200+ FTE?s ? Construction experience preferred This position provides administrative direction to the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) multi-disciplinary care center with an emphasis on quality management and enhanced customer service. The incumbent is responsible for providing leadership in all facets of patient care and is accountable for the initiation and completion of business and unit plans that ensure quality while utilizing available resources efficiently.
This position is accountable for alignment of the care center vision with the organization mission, values and excellence goals (people, service, financial, clinical). Responsible for 24-hour accountability. QUALIFICATIONS/KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES o Requires ability to communicate and collaborative effectively with all members of the multi-disciplinary team. o Requires the ability to build effective working relationships with the physicians. o Requires an in-depth knowledge of state and national regulatory agency guidelines. o Requires the ability to lead quality improvement initiatives. o Has ultimate accountability for the management and utilization of resources. o Requires the ability to facilitate and lead work groups. o Requires knowledge of the organization personnel policies and procedures. o Requires effective written and verbal communication skills. o Requires ability to communicate sensitive issues with all level of employees/management. o Requires strong customer service skills. o Requires the ability to promote teamwork and build effective relationships. o Requires the ability to take initiative and meet objectives. o Requires a high level of interpersonal; problem-solving and analytical skills. Requires current State of Indiana licensure as a Registered Nurse.
Requires Basic Life Support certification through the AHA. Other advanced life support certification Requires a Master of Nursing or related fields (e.g. Public Health; Health Administration; Business
Director Of Nursing (Don) Hospice
Is taking care of others your passion? Are you looking to lead a team of dedicated caregivers? Would you like to work for a company that provides the support, resources, and opportunities for advancement that you need to flourish in your career?
We are currently searching for a caring and compassionate Director or Nursing (DON) to work in a great Hospice setting. You must be a licensed or license eligible Registered Nurse with very strong Director of Nursing experience in a Hospice setting in order to be considered for this opportunity.
The ideal Director of Nursing Candidate will have a positive history of survey compliance and the desire to build, nurture, teach, train, and guide front-line caregivers. Staff excellence, clinical excellence, customer excellence, and business excellence are cornerstone qualities required for this position.
Nursing Responsibilities /
- Provide leadership, direction, and administration of day-to-day operations associated with direct patient care, nursing practice, and clinical education and development
- Communicate a shared vision for clinical excellence and ensure the realization of high quality and cost-effective health care services that are consistent with evidence-based practices and policies, regulatory and other legal requirements
- Foster a service-oriented culture focused on top of license practice, collaboration, employee engagement, quality, patient safety, service excellence, fiscal responsibility, and the overall patient/resident experience
- Collaborate with Administration and Center Leadership Team to drive business excellence, including strategic planning, budget preparation, and effective oversight of resource utilization
- Current RN licensure
- BSN or MSN
- 5+ years of full-time clinical experience
- 3+ years of current, ongoing experience as the DON in a Hospice setting
- Stable Work History
- Positive attitude toward the elderly.and willingness to be a team player
Summary & Additi
Job Title: Director of Nursing (DON) Hospice
Location: Westmont, IL
Employment Type: Full-Time
Salary: Competitive Compensation and Benefits Package Available
Start Date: ASAP
Oregon- Director Of Nursing Services, Long Term Care
Position Summary: The Director of Nursing Services for Long-Term Care with written administrative authority has responsibility and accountability for assuring functions and activities of the nursing services department.
Directs, oversees and manages all nursing related staff, including education and orientation and insures appropriate care of residents within mandated guidelines and Scope of Practice. Responsible for creating a harmonious atmosphere and environment for staff and all residents and to insure optimum care for residents.
Education: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current Oregon licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN) required. Successfully completed six credit hours in management or supervision pertinent to long-term care from an accredited college or university or have a baccalaureate or master's degree in nursing and documentation of course work which includes management or supervision.
Experience: Shall be a registered nurse with specific knowledge about nursing administration in a nursing facility. At least six months experience in a nursing facility, hospital, or inpatient rehabilitation facility.
Job Knowledge: General knowledge regarding federal/state (Oregon) regulations for skilled long-term care facilities.
Director Of Nursing – Medical Telemetry / Surgical (Inpatient Units) - Kissimmee
Director of Nursing – Kissimmee
Florida Hospital Kissimmee seeks to hire a Nursing Director who will embrace our mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ.
Florida Hospital Kissimmee is an 83-bed community-focused hospital, conveniently located near Walt Disney World. The team here is dedicated to bringing mission-focused, faith-based care to residents and visitors of Osceola and Orange Counties. Florida Hospital Kissimmee has recently expanded to include a new medical office building, patient tower, and new main entrance.
The Director of Nursing is a registered professional nurse with comprehensive responsibility for the assessment, problem identification, outcome identification, planning, implementation, and coordination of all processes which impact the quality and quantity of care delivered to the patients of specific age groups identified by the standards of care.
The Director of Nursing assures evaluation of outcomes that promote high quality practice delivery in assigned patient areas.
The Director of Nursing provides leadership in the delivery of care and nursing practice both in the clinical unit and the organization. The Director of Nursing interacts with staff, and contributes to the professional development of the leadership team in her areas of responsibility, leadership peers, and other colleagues. The Director of Nursing collaborates as needed with all levels of nursing staff, interdisciplinary teams, executive leaders, and other stakeholders in relation to the delivery of quality care.
The Director of Nursing acts as an advocate for the protections and rights of individuals, families, communities, populations, healthcare providers, nursing, other professions, institutions, and organizations, especially related to health and safety. The Director of Nursing accepts organizational accountability for services provided to recipients in their assigned areas and participates in planning the success of patient experience and outstanding customer service activities. The Director of Nursing promotes a learning environment that is open, respectful, and promotes the sharing of expertise to promote the benefits of health outcomes.
The Director of Nursing develops both unit activities that support the elements of extending excellence. Is knowledge of and adheres to the Florida Hospital Corporate Compliance Plan, the ANA Code of Ethics, the ANA Scope and Standard for Nursing Practice, State Board of Nursing Practice Act, the AONE Nurse Executive Competencies, and the rules and regulations of all applicable local, state, and federal agencies and accrediting bodies. The Director of Nursing will be over a variety of departments including:
ICU, PCU, Surgical, Nursing Pool, Nursing Education, Sitters, Rapid Response and Nursing Supervisors. In addition, the Director of Nursing actively participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all.
Knowledge, Skills, Education, & Experience Required:
Demonstrates a broad clinical nursing knowledge
Demonstrates competency in personal leadership abilities
Demonstrates the ability to develop and mentor others to their optimum levels of skill and professionalism
Demonstrates business and human resource skills as they relate to assigned areas of service
Demonstrates competency in regards to communication and relationship building
Demonstrates the ability to include evidence-based practice standards for care delivery in their area of specialty
Is a role model for professionalism
Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN) or Master of Science degree in Nursing (MSN)
Minimum two years progressive management experience
Master's degree in related field(Preferred)
Minimum of five years experience in nursing with two years' experience in leadership roles in a comparable health care entity(preferred)
Experience in the clinical setting related to area(s) of specialty(preferred)
Licensure, Certification, or Registration Required:
Current, valid Florida State Board of Nursing registered professional nurse license
National certification in nursing specialty (Preferred)
Demonstrates through behavior Florida Hospital's Core Values of Integrity, Compassion, Balance, Excellence, Stewardship and Teamwork as outlined in the organization's Performance Excellence Program
CLINICAL NURSING KNOWLEDGE – Is able to articulate clinical knowledge related to the care of assigned patient areas. Provides clinical expertise or is able to resource clinical expertise as needed. •Promotes care delivery with respect for individuals' rights and preferences. •Participates in nursing and organizational policy formulation and decision-making utilizing clinical expertise as a guideline.
Assures organizational clinical policies and procedures are reviewed and updated in accordance with evidence based practice. •Assesses and evaluates the quality and appropriateness of health care delivered to assigned patient population •Maintain knowledge of current nursing practice and the roles and functions of patient care team members. •Maintains current knowledge of patient care delivery systems and innovations; is able to articulate various delivery systems and patient care models and the advantages/disadvantages of each. Determines when new delivery models are appropriate, envisions them, and implements as needed. •Active participant or leader of clinical committees that affect patient care and outcomes.
LEADERSHIP KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES- Possesses the critical thinking skills necessary to address ideas, beliefs, or viewpoints of others and lead others in the appropriate direction. Demonstrates reflective leadership and realizes that leadership begins from within. •Promotes system thinking as a value in the nursing organization.
Considers the impact of service line nursing decisions on the healthcare organization as a whole. •Builds loyalty and commitment throughout their service area. Is able to merge divergent ideas and viewpoints for the good of the service line. •Acts as a change agent, utilizing change theory to plan for the implementation of organizational change, supports staff during the change, and adapts leadership style to the situations of the change. •Assumes oversight for overall staffing of assigned areas. Assures overall staffing is effective, efficient, and promotes the delivery of quality care.
Assures that staff is representative of the population diversity though oversight of recruitment, selection, and retention of personnel. •Assures there is appropriate orientation for new staff and appropriate methodologies for ongoing competency assessment of seasoned staff. Monitors timely completion of performance evaluations, sets goals and provides feedback and counseling to employees. •Coordinates nursing care with other healthcare disciplines, and assists in integrating services across the continuum of health care. Rounds with intention on the nursing units, engaging staff and leading out in maintaining an environment of safety. •Assesses plans in order to address issues such as; ethnic, cultural, and diversity changes in the population; political and social influences; financial and economic issues; aging of society and demographic trends; ethical issues; and, environmental influences on health. •Nursing leadership resource for Nurse Managers and team to achieve nursing specific and hospital overall goals and accountabilities. Reviews data and engages with nursing leadership and other departments to meet five element dashboards and unit scorecards (hospital acquired conditions). Creates action plans to achieve positive outcomes. •Integrates Evidence Based Practice into daily operations and care of patients. •Accepts organizational accountability for service line outcomes; holds leadership and staff accountable for outcomes and work performed. •Hold self and others accountable for performance improvement outcomes
DEVELOP AND MENTOR/PROFESSIONALISM – Is able to identify, develop, and mentor others in order for them to meet their fullest potential at the organization. Maintains a high level of professionalism in order to be seen as a role model for the nursing staff. •Facilitates educational experiences for nursing and other students •Provides direct mentoring for all NM's assigned to their area and any high potential ANM's identified.
Coaches others in developing personal career plans. •Participates in teaching opportunities throughout the organization. •Acts as a lead or sponsor in process improvement opportunities within the organization (beyond unit scope). •Chairs committees at the campus or system level and encourages staff involvement in hospital based committees. •Promotes nursing management as a desirable specialty and assures there is a succession plan for his/her own position. Actively mentors others into the leadership role. •Values feedback and is a proponent of lifelong learning. Is able to learn from successes and failures, and seeks mentorship from respected colleagues. •Maintains professional proficiency by participating in continuing education and appropriate learning experiences, both internal and external.
Attends pertinent conferences and seminars regarding clinical nursing, business, or management. •Creates an environment in which others are setting expectations and holding each other accountable; professional and personal growth is an expectation. •Answers for the results of one's own behaviors and actions. •Integrates high ethical standards and core values into everyday work activities and creates a work environment that has a reputation for high ethical standards. •Role models the perspective that patient care is the core of the organization's work. •Participates in at least one professional organization and encourages others to participate in professional organizations. Responsible for planning and implementation of programs that advance the profession of nursing. •Ensures that nurses are actively engaged in decisions that affect their practice.
KNOWLEDGE OF REGULATORY/PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS – Demonstrates an organizational knowledge of all regulatory and professional standards that effect the operations of their areas of responsibility. •Accountable for assuring compliance and provides evidence of performance with DNV and other regulatory requirements to operate nursing licensed beds. •Participates in nursing practice changes as a result of performance improvement activities, Nursing Sensitive Care (NSC) performance measures. Accurately documents and monitors activities from data received •Operationalizes and assures compliance with CMS, OSHA,CDC and Patient Safety regulations at the service line level •Adheres to applicable practice standards that relate to their area of specialty.
BUSINESS/HUMAN RESOURCES SKILLS – Demonstrates the ability to understand and apply financial and human resource concepts of the organization. •Analyzes financial statements. Manages financial resources to assure needed resources are available to care for the patient.
Educates patient care team members on financial implications of patient care decisions. •Develops, implements, and monitors the budget for their defined area(s) of responsibility. •Participates in workforce planning and employment decisions, champions a diverse workforce, interprets and evaluates employee satisfaction/quality of work surveys taking action as needed to assure a positive outcome. •Utilizes hospital database management, decision support, and expert systems programs to access information and analyze data from disparate sources for use in planning for patient care processes and systems. •Measures and analyzes performance from the learning, growth, business process, customer, and financial perspective. •Identifies and eliminates sexual harassment, workplace violence, and verbal/physical abuse. Implements programs to enhance work-life balance. •Participates in the implementation of bioterrorism, biohazard, and disaster readiness plans.
COMMUNICATION AND RELATIONSHIP BUILDING •Collaboratively demonstrates leadership skills through timely, appropriate decisions and organizational ability with appropriate priority setting. •Provides collaborative leadership in providing consistent safety and service standards for the Patient Experience Model. •Analyses patient, physician, and employee satisfaction survey information and assists with the development of unit action plans. •Effective communicates with patients, families, employees, physicians and other department leaders. •Conducts service line meetings, attend unit meetings as requested and supports activities that foster staff communication. •Maintains credibility when communicating adverse news, follows through on promises and concerns, and provides service recovery to dissatisfied customers. •Cares about people as individuals and demonstrates empathy and concern while assuring that the organizational goals are met. •Accomplishes objectives through persuasion, celebrates successes and accomplishments, and communicate a shared vision for the organization. •Practices shared-decision making in order to build collaborative relationships. •Is involved in academic relationships that affect service line concepts and is an advocate for positive physician relationship. •Facilitates work through groups through the use of committees and/or small groups.
If you want to be a part of a team that is dedicated to delivering the highest quality in patient care, we invite you to explore the RN Supervisor opportunity with Kissimmee and apply online today.
Nursing Supervisor, RN Supervisor, Supervisor, Kissimmee
Position Location: Kissimmee
Job: Nursing Management
Organization: Florida Hospital
Primary Location: US-FL-Kissimmee
Job Level: Director
Education Level: Bachelor's Degree
Job Posting: Sep 9, 2018, 11:08:57 AM
Assistant Director Of Nursing
Assistant Director of Nursing
licenses and certifications
The Assistant Director of Nursing (ADON) position will assume overall responsibility for the implementation, delivery, coordination and supervision of behavioral health services provided
1) Master’s degree in nursing required
2) Current Washington state registered nursing license without restrictions
3) Healthcare Provider BLS
4) CPI Certification
5) Minimum two (2) years behavioral health nurse management leadership experience in similar or larger healthcare organization(s)
6) Demonstrated ability to manage a budget and staff effectively in a like setting
7) Demonstrated favorable results in patient, staff and physician satisfaction through management experience in a behavioral health environment
For more details about this position please call MTX today at 800-918-7700, visit our website www.mtxgroup.com or click here to email your resume!
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