Consulate Health Care Sunny Florida - Director of Nursing - DON ! in Boston, Massachusetts
Job ID 79995
Position Location US-MI-Grand Rapids
Alternate Position Location Indianapolis/IN;Boston/MA;Milwaukee/WI;Manchester/NH;Charleston/WV
Facility Name Regional - Michigan (North)
Job Category DCS/DON
Position Status FT is 35+ HOURS WK
Marshall Health and Rehabilitation Center - Director of Nursing DON - Perry, FL
Marshall Health and Rehabilitation Center in Perry, FL is a place to get better, a place for living. As an award winning, 120-bed skilled nursing center, and a proud member of the Consulate Health Care family, our culture creates a community where Consulate staff cares for patients and residents like family, not because it's their job, but because it's their calling. We are Ambassadors of Care.
Competitive Base Salary + 20% Bonus !
Improved 2021 Benefits!
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Career Growth Opportunities
Work with Amazing Staff & Residents!
As Director of Nursing you are responsible for planning, organizing and directing the functions for the nursing department. You will assume the primary role in ensuring the delivery of high quality, efficient and safe patient care. Supervises Assistant Director of Nursing, Unit Managers, Clinical Nurses, and Nursing Assistants. In the absence of the Executive Director, you are charged with carrying out the resident care policies established by this center.
Set and monitor achievement of goals and objectives for the nursing department consistent with established philosophy and standards of practice and nursing ethics.
Recruit, hire and retain qualified nursing staff to deliver efficient resident care in accordance with the established staffing plan and state mandated staffing requirements.
Evaluate and continually update competency/skills checklists for nursing staff including contracted staff.
Prepare and assure adherence to an annual operating budget for the nursing department.
Maintain and guide the implementation of current policies and procedures, which reflect adherence to corporate and external regulatory guidelines and principles of person centered care.
Collaborates with the Interdisciplinary Team.
Assure compliance with resident rights policies and work to resolve resident grievances.
Must possess, as a minimum, an RN Nursing Degree from an accredited college or university.
Must possess a current, unencumbered, active license to practice as a Registered Nurse in this state.
Must have proven leadership ability with two (2) years of experience in nursing services administration.
Documented training and/or experience in a setting providing services to the same age/type of resident population served by this center.
Knowledge of and ability to demonstrate skills related to management, planning and budgeting.
Knowledge of local, state, and federal regulations pertaining to center functions.
Knowledge of accreditation standards and regulation compliance requirements.