Senior Director of Nursing-Emergency Medicine
Senior Director of Nursing-Adult Emergency Medicine
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Baltimore, Maryland—The Johns Hopkins Hospital/Johns Hopkins Bayview Medicial Center
Senior Director of Nursing- Adult Emergency Medicine
Pay Grade: AE
The Senior Director of Nursing of Adult Emergency Medicine has a dual reporting relationship to the Functional Unit Director of Adult Emergency Medicine at The Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH) and the Senior Vice President of Nursing for the Johns Hopkins Health System (JHHS). In addition, this role will dually report to the CNO of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Campus (JHBMC). The senior director leads the development, implementation, and evaluation of nursing strategic plans, objectives, and standards at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Campus. This individual consults and collaborates with other JHHS Medical Directors, CNOs and Directors of Nursing in achieving enterprise–wide strategic goals and objectives. The Senior Director leads, manages and evaluates systems and processes for clinical operations and initiatives of the Adult Emergency Medicine patient care delivery system to achieve established productivity, quality, safety, and satisfaction performance parameters. The director may also provide leadership and support in the implementation of lean management strategies to support achievement of management objectives.
-Earned Doctorate in Nursing, or related field
-Master's degree from an accredited school of nursing.
Required Licensure, Certification, Etc.:
-Registered Nurse in the state of Maryland
-In-depth knowledge of nursing theory, practice, and administration to plan and evaluate nursing standards and practice.
-Expert verbal, non-verbal, and written communication skills.
-Advanced interpersonal skills necessary to provide effective leadership and collaboration within a multidisciplinary setting.
-Analytical ability necessary to oversee, direct, and evaluate objectives and operations of nursing programs; develop and administer sound policies , procedures, budgets, and standards; identify and respond to deficiencies; and initiate corrective actions to achieve desired results.
-Advanced administrative skills at a level generally acquired through four to seven years of progressively responsible nursing administration experience.
-Accountable for the development and monitoring of the program budget. Assures cost-effective use of resources.
Authority/Decision Making Level:
-Authority to act and implement, and to recommend actions to others.
-Departmental, managerial, and supervisory staff.