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Job Description

Education Qualifications:

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manages the fiscal and clinical operations of assigned hospital
  • Develops department budgets and financial analysis and planning of nursing resource in collaboration with CAH administrative leadership, regional administrative and nursing leadership and the East Market CNO
  • Integrates department services with the hospital’s primary function maintaining communication with medical and nursing staffs, Administration, patients and their families/significant other. Coordinates and integrates services within departments
  • Develops and implements policies and procedures that guide and support provision of medical surgical services. Supervises nursing staff and assures staff competency
  • Participates in Magnet Nursing Journey and related initiatives
  • Conducts ongoing assessment and improvement of the department’s performance
  • Promotes the Quality Management program of the facility maintaining appropriate quality control programs (where applicable). Oversees and drives performance in quality metrics, patient safety and clinical excellence initiatives
  • Participates in strategic planning: Develops, markets, implements, and evaluates new services and programs recommending space and resources needed
  • Ensures compliance with regulatory agencies
  • Establishes and promotes collaborative relationships with physicians and other health providers and participates in planning, implementing, and evaluating programs of patient care
  • Promotes and facilitates intradepartmental, interdepartmental and regional communications and relationships among clinicians and staff
  • Develops goals and objectives for nursing within areas of responsibility and in partnership with the regional and market nursing leaders, and participates in development of goals and objectives for Nursing Services and Nursing Professional Practice at the system level
  • Supports and enables orientation, in-service training, and continuing education for all staff within the department
  • Engages staff in active participation nursing, unit, hospital and regional committees, unit, facility and system professional governance initiatives, etc.
  • Assesses and evaluates staff, creates coaching and development plans to achieve and sustain high performers
  • Collaborates with all relevant leadership, and the CNO, Human Resources and Talent Acquisition re workforce planning and hiring needs and disciplinary action
  • Develops and sustains strategies to ensures patient and family satisfaction

Educational Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) and Master’s Degree in Nursing or Business-Related Degree are required. [NOTE: If Master’s Degree is in process, expected graduation must be within 6 months of hire date.]

Required Qualifications:

  • Five or more years of demonstrated clinical nursing leadership and management experience required
  • A minimum of 3 years in Progressive Nursing Leadership roles
  • Results oriented and engaged in collaborative goal setting
  • Displays sound judgment and critical thinking
  • Demonstrates time management skills, including prioritization, timely follow up and deadlines
  • Quality performance monitoring, labor management, scheduling, clinical / contract and new hire processes
  • Evidence of preparing and monitoring annual Nursing unit budgets
  • Sound Fiscal Management skills
  • Excellent inter-personal and inter-professional communications skills; in writing and verbally
  • Ability to build effective working relationships and connections locally and across a system of care
  • Previous experience in a Matrix organization
  • Previous experience with Magnet Nursing program is a plus

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Certified Executive in Nursing Practice (CENP) or Nurse Executive – Board Certified (NE-BC)

Job Description:

This position oversees all aspects of patient care for Nursing and Patient Care Services at the assigned hospital as well as nursing professional practice oversight and leaders throughout the community in which the assigned hospital is located (including acute, ambulatory, home health and long term care nursing). The Nursing Director – CAH works directly with the hospital administrative leader within the CAH and associated regional leadership model and closely with Market Chief Nursing Officer to guide nursing’s growth, clinical practice, staffing effectiveness, and patient satisfaction. Coordinates activities between defined areas and provides clinical and administrative leadership and expertise. Facilitates an atmosphere of interactive management and the development of collegial relationships among nursing personnel and others. Has major responsibility for the implementation of the vision, mission, plans, and standards of the organization and nursing services within defined areas of responsibility.

Licensure/Certification Qualifications:

Required Certification/Licensure:

  • Active and unencumbered RN license in MN, WI or ND required (license requirement dependent on State location of CAH)
Job Location: Holy Trinity Hospital
Shift Rotation: Day Rotation (United States of America)
Shift Start/End: 0800/1700
Hours Per Pay Period: 80
Compensation Range:
FTE: 1
Weekends: as needed
Call Obligations:
Sign On Bonus:

Job Details

Job Title Nursing Director
Position Type Full Time
Requisition ID R055041
Location Graceville, Minnesota, 56240
Career Area Registered Nursing