Excellence isn’t just a word at Methodist Hospital System. It’s what drives our staff each day and what makes us the most preferred healthcare provider for San Antonio and its surrounding counties.
Ours is a hospital deep-rooted in tradition that is patient-focused, faith-based and staffed by people who genuinely care for the well-being of others. It’s our promise to you as we strive to carry out the mission of Methodist Healthcare: Serving Humanity to Honor God.
We’re looking for a Dialysis Nurse Leader with an advanced degree to join our team and help us continue our journey towards Baldrige recognition and Magnet certification. A career at Methodist Healthcare System allows you the ability to advance as a nursing leader professional and make an impact on lives around this thriving area of Texas.
If you would like to join us in leading our vision to make San Antonio the healthiest city in the nation, then join Methodist Excellence. It starts with you.
General Statement of Duties:The Division Director Apheresis/Dialysis oversees the operations of the Dialysis departments at all MHS facilities with in-house Dialysis services. Works in conjunction with Facility Directors overseeing Dialysis Units to coordinate staffing, services, quality and finance. The Division Director Apheresis/Dialysis ensures that departmental policies and procedures are in compliance with regulatory agencies and directs the operation. Division Director – Apheresis/Dialysis recommends budget and staffing plans for administrative approval and manages the ongoing implementation of approved plans. Minimum Education, Experience, Training, Required Knowledge, Skill, Abilities and Other Job-Related Characteristics:
Graduate of an accredited program of nursing; associate degree or baccalaureate program.
Experience: All of the following:
1) 5 year experience in an apheresis unit
2) 5 year management experience
Employee completes initial and ongoing training and competencies as defined by service line, system and department/unit which are specific to the needs of the patient population served (if applicable).
Preferred: Bachelor degree in nursing preferred, Master’s degree highly preferred.
Minimum License, Certificates, or Registrations Required:Must have current RN license to practice professional nursing in the state of Texas.
Last Edited: 09/26/2017