Director of Nursing
- Cleveland, OH
Work for one of Ohio's top-ranked hospitals.
The Director of Nursing directs the organization, coordination and administration of the patient care. Serves as resource to nurse managers, clinical specialists, educators and staff regarding nursing practice. Oversees daily operations in conjunction with nurse managers. Helps to ensure that nursing and clinical practice occurs in accordance with the philosophy standards and goals.
Department - Emergency.
- Assists with direction, coordination and management of all nursing areas.
- Provides supervision and acts as a resource to nurse managers, educators, clinical specialists, and staff.
- Collaborates with leadership team
regarding budget review, personal management, monitoring of productivity and staff development.
- Ensures communication, cooperation and understanding among staff.
- Monitors adherence to company and Nursing Institute policies and procedures
- Promotes ongoing professional development of staff at all levels.
- Other duties as assigned.
- BSN and Master's Degree.
- Five years of clinical practice and at least two years of experience in a supervisory role.
- Licensure/ Current state licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN).
- Requires critical thinking skills, decisive judgment and the ability to work autonomously
- Must be able to work in a stressful environment and take appropriate action.
- Follows standard precautions using personal protective equipment as required.
- Must have the unrestricted right to work for any employer in the US.
- Physical Requirements:
Light Work - Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly (Constantly: activity or condition exists 2/3 or more of the time) to move objects. Even though the weight lifted may be only a negligible amount, a job should be rated Light Work: (1) when it requires walking or standing to a significant degree; or (2) when it requires sitting most of the time but entails pushing and/or pulling of arm or leg controls; and/or (3) when the job requires working at a production rate pace entailing the constant pushing and/or pulling of materials even though the weight of those materials is negligible. NOTE: The constant stress and strain of maintaining a production rate pace, especially in an industrial setting, can be and is physically demanding of a worker even though the amount of force exerted is negligible.
Relocation assistance is available. Interview travel is reimbursed.
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