A Director of Nursing for Long Term Care is needed to fill a new position for an exceptional critical access hospital headquartered in a beautiful community in Northern Michigan. Apply today to take advantage of this unique and exciting opportunity!
WHAT IS GREAT ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY?
• Onsite but open to flex work
• $20,000 sign-on bonus AND relocation bonus
• Exceptional outdoor activities including hiking, golfing, swimming, biking, fishing, hunting, boating, snowmobiling, skiing, and more
• Economic and social advantages of a rural lifestyle while providing an opportunity to contribute to improving the quality of life in the community
DO YOU ALIGN WITH THESE KEY QUALIFICATIONS?
• Graduate of an accredited Registered Nurse Program.
• 3–5 years’ clinical nursing experience in an acute care and/or long-term care setting.
• 3 –5 years experience with supervisory and management responsibility in a healthcare setting.
• RN License in good standing with the State of Michigan.
• BLS required.
• Excellent knowledge of and commitment to, the principles and practices of continuous quality improvement.
• Experience developing and maintaining departmental budgets.
WHAT WILL YOU DO?
• Maintain current knowledge of the requirements of agencies and organizations that regulate, accredit hospitals and long-term care units.
• Develop, maintain, and enforce departmental policies and procedures that meet the requirements of pertinent regulatory agencies and organizations.
• Develop and implement an annual operating plan that includes business/nursing objectives, volume goals, staffing plans, and operational improvement objectives.
• Analyze work processes and develop plans for improving departmental productivity and efficiency.
• Interview and hire department staff within the policies and procedures established by the Hospital Human Resources Department and conduct periodic performance appraisals on all staff.
• Coach employees in a participative management environment to ensure employee growth and development and, when appropriate, discipline employees to correct unacceptable behaviors.
• Plan in conjunction with CNO, annual budget, including personnel, supplies, and overhead expenses.
• Directly supervises departmental administrative assistant and Nursing Supervisor/MDS Coordinator/Infection Control Nurse and with the Quality Improvement, Infection Control Manager.
• Directly supervises all registered nurses, LPN’s, and nurse aides.
• Serves as “Administrator on Call” for LTC in rotation with LTC Nursing Supervisor.
DO YOU WANT TO KNOW MORE?
If you have a background that lines up well with the Director of Nursing for Long Term Care description and are interested in learning more about this opportunity, apply below NOW!