Less than 5 years
Posted 303 days ago
The role of leaders at Baystate Health is, first and foremost to, work "Together to Deliver a Higher State of Caring" for our diverse patients, community and staff.
Baystate Leaders are expected to act as dynamic stewards of the organization and to engage people in meaningful work that calls on each person to contribute what they do best in order to ensure organizational success. It is especially important our leaders act in a way that demonstrates compassion, inclusiveness and raising the standard of excellence.
Baystate Health is committed to the development and growth of its leaders and expects that its leaders, in turn, are committed to their own development and growth as well as that of all employees. Baystate Leaders continuously develop the competencies that better enable them to envision purpose, engage people and execute productively, thus allowing us to fulfill our mission and achieve our vision of transforming Healthcare.
As the Director of Patient Care Services , your essential functions include;
Provides the overall vision and leads the strategic development of the service line at an organizational level
responsible for the development, implementation, and evaluation of policies, programs and services which support the continued provision and improvement of quality patient care within the service line units
Reports to the Chief Nursing Officer of Patient Care Services in the Baystate Health Eastern Region
provides leadership in strategic planning, program development, operations, and human resource management and across departments to assure the development of effective and efficient systems and operations
Develops operational and financial goals and objectives and strategies in collaboration with the service line directors and department Chairs as appropriate to achieve efficient, effective care and integrated care
prepare, monitor and effectively manage budgets for assigned areas
manages effectively and efficiently the human, material, financial and informational resources to provide service-oriented patient centered- care in each respective department
assures that adequate resources are allocated for the provision of patient care within the patient care units
Implements and executes new programs including staff planning, position design and physical space planning and coordinates efforts with departments to ensure appropriate communication and cooperation
What you will need?
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, current Massachusetts RN License
ANCC Certification preferred
Three to five years leadership experience in related field
Broad knowledge of an advanced and technically or professionally specialized discipline such as health care and delivery systems, health policy, hospital administration, or other studies not available in undergraduate school