Provide direction and leadership in order to achieve the organization??s philosophy, mission, values and strategy Manage and coordinate consistent standards of care across the organization. Facilitate and build relationships with key organizational stakeholders and personnel by ensuring the attainment of hospital goals through effective administration of operations Establish strategic and long-range objectives, plans, and policies, for the Nursing Department. Review operating results of the organization, compare them to established objectives, and take steps to ensure that appropriate measures are taken to correct unsatisfactory results Ensure compliance with regulations governing the hospital and clinic by continually monitoring the organization??s delivery system and initiating changes as required Serve as advocate/spokesperson for the organization both internally and externally, with regard to philosophy, values, mission, and goals Lead/facilitate hospital/medical staff committee meetings Lead development of programs for growth and expansion consistent with the organization??s mission, policies, and strategic plans Monitor and support the growth and development of staff and management in areas of responsibility and act as a role model for NCMC??s values Provide leadership for performance improvement activities and development across the system. Develop strategic and financial goals in conjunction with administration. Oversee and evaluate implementation of strategies and goals across the system Serve as an integral member of the executive team Participate with leaders in developing and reviewing the hospital??s mission, strategic and operational plans, budgets, resource allocation, and policies. Participate with other leaders in the hospital??s decision-making structures and processes Develop organization-wide patient care programs, policies and procedures that describe how patients?? nursing care needs or patient populations receiving nursing care are assessed, interventions planned and provided, and outcomes evaluated Identify training and development needs of nursing staff and ensures that they are adequately trained and cross-trained. Commit time, talent, and resources to increasing the clinical competencies of the staff within the hospital Develop, implement, and evaluate programs to promote the recruitment and retention of qualified nursing staff members Interview, select, ensure orientation and training of, and when necessary, discipline and/or discharge departmental personnel Supervise staff and those managers who are direct report Requirements Master??s degree in Health Care Administration, Business Administration, Nursing or equivalent preferred. May consider an undergraduate degree and equivalent experience in the sole judgment of the selecting authority At least five years quantifiable senior level management experience as CNO or equivalent in a hospital setting Excellent organizational and leadership abilities Ability and willingness to demonstrate and maintain competency as required for job title and the unit/area(s) of assignment Must have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written. Must be able to effectively prepare, present and discuss reports and studies with management, physicians and, board members as well as other appropriate groups or individuals Ability to manage a challenging work environment, ability to handle emergency or crisis situations. Ability and willingness to exhibit behaviors consistent with standards for performance improvement and organizational values (e.g., efficiency & financial responsibility, safety, partnership & service, teamwork, compassion, integrity, and trust & respect) Ability and willingness to exhibit behaviors consistent with principles for service excellence Ability to work in a continuous stressful environment and work extended hours as needed to meet job expectations Graduate of a School of Nursing. Current license issued by the Idaho State Board of Nursing Knowledge of nursing theory, standards, and professional practice as outlined by the Idaho Nurse Practice Act. At a minimum five years experience in clinical nursing and nursing management or administration History of progressive and successful nursing service management in acute care setting to include: active membership and participation in state and national professional associations
Associated topics: assistant director, chief, cno, critical, critical care, deputy, director, director of nursing, rgn, services manager
* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.