Central Carolina Hospital
Organizes, directs, and supervises the functions of clinical and/or procedural units. This includes: policy and procedures are followed; safe staffing levels are maintained; supplies and equipment are at sufficient levels; and efficient patient throughput is managed. Develops, implements, and manages the department budget. Engages in ongoing quality and performance improvement, invests in lifelong learning for staff professional development and assures employees complete required annual competencies. Maintains own professional growth and development in nursing leadership and required licensure. Communicates important information to the CNO and other Administrative Team members as needed.
As such, the responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following activities: Staff development, evidence based clinical practice; personnel resource/productivity management; fiscal management; patient quality, safety and performance improvement; and regulatory compliance.
High school diploma or equivalent is required
Bachelor's degree is required
Master's degree is preferred
Registered Nurse in North Carolina is required
American Heart Association BLS is required
Valid Through: 2019-11-11