Chief Nursing Officer - Pediatrics
Jackson Health System - Miami, FL
Chief Nursing Officer – Pediatrics
Duties and Responsibilities
Managerially direct and coordinate the nursing service functions of the hospital including management of nursing directors, assistant directors, managers, and supervisors.
Provide a leadership framework for planning, directing, coordinating and improving patient care services throughout the Jackson Health
System. Insure that provided services are responsive to the needs of the Trust and its patients. Establish, promote, and evaluate standards of patient care and nursing practices.
Provide leadership support in the development and communication of the JHS Mission and Vision Statement and the Standards of
Coordinate the development, implementation and evaluation of the policies and procedures necessary for effective quality patient care. Participate in the development and implementation of long-range strategic and operational plans which support the JHS philosophy and
Participate in the development and monitoring of the hospital-wide and departmental budgets.
Participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of the JHS Performance Improvement Plan.
Assure compliance with the standards of Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals, the Department of Health Education and
Welfare, and the State Department of Health Rehabilitative Services.
Ensure that all the care provided meets the patient's individual needs, i.e. physical, psycho-social, cultural, spiritual and age-specific. Determine appropriate level of qualifications and competencies of the nursing personnel and others who provide patient care services.
Develop, implement, and evaluate divisional goals and objectives.
Recruit, retain, evaluate and motivate the staff necessary to implement the goals, objectives and responsibilities of the assigned areas. Provide for the educational development and training of staff, and of nursing and allied health students.
Provide support in the development of the new-hire orientation program addressing the philosophy, mission, values, plant technology and safety management programs of the Public Health Trust.
Promote a positive image to the public about the activities, accomplishments and expectations of the Public Health Trust. Provide support for mechanisms for promoting education and advancement goals of staff members.
May Co-Chair the Clinical Nurse Practice Committee.
Establish and promote effective collegial relationships with the medical staff, ancillary services, and other nursing departments. Participate in professional organizations and community activities.
Ensure development and implementation of organization-wide and unit specific, safety, security and infection control standards. Ensure that employees respect the rights, privacy and property of others at all times, including the confidentiality of information,
according to Administrative Policies and all applicable laws and regulations.
Adheres to the Standards of Excellence always.
Demonstrate leadership behaviors that empowers others, fosters open dialogue, effectively influences and negotiates, and builds and maintains effective relationships.
May have responsibilities that include directing patient care services and programs in all clinics and correctional institutions. Perform other duties and related functions as required.
Master's degreerequired, with either the Bachelor’s degree or the Master's degree in Nursing.
ACNO or CNO in women's or children's hospital.
LICENSURE / CERTIFICATIONS
Must have current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State. Advanced Nursing Administration certification is preferred. American
Heart Association(AHA) Basic Life Support(BLS) for Healthcare Providers certification with at least 6months validity required.
Job Type: Full-time
- ACNO or CNO in women's or children's hospital: 1year
Required license or certification:
- Registered Nurse (RN)