Under general direction of the Administrative Nursing Director or Assistant Chief Nursing Officer, is responsible for twenty-four hour operations of department(s) or patient care unit(s) of responsibility. The position is accountable to implement established standards of care and practice within assigned areas. Supervises, coordinates, evaluates, and improves the delivery and quality of patient care. The position is responsible for creating positive patient, employee, and physician environments. Responsible and accountable for fiscal outcomes for areas assigned.
EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in Nursing or actively enrolled in BSN program.
EXPERIENCE: Five years of relevant professional experience, including three years in a manager role or higher.
SKILLS: Acting with integrity, analyzing and interpreting financial data, computer literacy, gathering needed information, delegating and supporting teams, evaluating decisions/solutions, improving work process, making effective decisions. Improving work processes, treating others with respect and valuing diversity. Excellent human relations and oral/written communications skills. Demonstrating/facilitating/public speaking. Utilizing communication channels. Measuring customer service and meeting customer needs. Partnering with customers/others, promoting NMC mission, vision and core values. Visionary leadership and strategic planning.
LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS: Current AZ RN license; BLS; ACLS
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