$80K - $100K(Ladders Estimates)
Provides leadership and direction in accordance with the organizational philosophy and objectives. Fosters highly skilled professional practice and develops high functioning interdisciplinary teams. Reviews and approves nursing policies and procedures, nursing standards of patient care, plans for provision of treatment and service. Assures ongoing quality improvement programs are incorporated in clinical/nursing care, treatment and services delivered to patients. Serves as a catalyst for change within the organization and department to advance patient care and staff engagement.
External candidates: BSN. Master's degree in nursing required within two (2) years and can be used in lieu of BSN.
Internal candidates: BSN. Master's degree in nursing required within three (3) years and can be used in lieu of BSN.
ALL: A copy of your highest science-related academic diploma or transcript required upon hire.
Licenses, Certifications and/or Registration:
ALL: Current license as registered nurse in state of Oregon
ALL: American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS required upon hire.
Medical Surgical, Critical Care, Cath Lab, and GI: American Heart Association Healthcare Provider ACLS preferred upon hire, and required within 90 days of hire.
ALL: Nursing Leadership certification.
Minimum of 5 years nursing experience
Experience with hiring, staff development, and team building
Experience with quality improvement; developing initiatives, monitoring, and demonstrated improvements in improving clinical care quality.
Minimum of 3 years of experience in management positions within disciplines or areas managed highly desirable
Job Related Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledgeable of governmental, outside agency, and accrediting bodies' rules, regulations, and requirements for areas managed. For example, State and Federal regulations governing administration of long term care, Oregon State Board of Nursing, requirements if managing nurses, etc.
Skill in policy formulation, including writing skills and group presentation skills.
Demonstrates effective written, communication and interpersonal and applies them to change management, team building, and facilitation of team effectiveness.
Possesses knowledge of current concepts of nursing and medical practices, and skills necessary in providing appropriate care for patients unique needs based upon age, culture, ethnicity and belief systems.
Exhibits effective conflict resolution skills and strong collaborative skills in daily interactions and decision-making.
Demonstrates ability to use a personal computer efficiently.
Must be able to function effectively and professionally in high stress and critical situations.
Must have knowledge of leadership, organizational skills and the care process to provide appropriate care for patients' unique needs based upon age, culture, ethnicity and belief systems.
Financial skills including budget development and management of budgets – operating and capital and monitoring of budget performance. Experience with charge master and pricing helpful.
Knowledge of OSHA regulations, workers' compensation management, The Joint Commission, Oregon State Board of Nursing, and State and Federal regulations.
Bilingual skills a plus.
Valid Through: 2019-11-1