•Coordinates the care and services for patients treated within the Critical Care & Intermediate Care Units •Promotes and enforces departmental compliance with general safety and infection control standards •Ensures effective and efficient patient care •Assures patient satisfaction goals, clinical goals and quality standards are met •Develops and implements processes to continually improve operational effectiveness and financial performance for inpatient nursing units
•Directs, coordinates, and supervises the Nurse Managers within the Critical Care & Intermediate Care Units and Centralized Monitoring •Evaluates and provides coaching to employees within scope of responsibility •Continuously monitors patient and employee satisfaction
•Oversees budget development, implementation, and compliance for areas within scope of responsibility
•Serves as a liaison between staff, physicians, patients, and family members
•Prepares and presents operational and financial reports/projects as required/requested
•Stay abreast of changes in Nursing and Healthcare
•Adheres to NMHS/NMMC Policies/Procedures/Guidelines •Complies with applicable Local/State/Federal policies/procedures/guideline/regulations/laws/statues
•Directs, plans, and oversees the day-to-day operations of Critical Care & Intermediate Care nursing units and Centralized Monitoring •Develops annual goals and strategic initiatives for inpatient nursing units •Evaluates and provides coaching for all employees within scope of responsibility •Reviews budget for Critical Care & Intermediate Care nursing units and Centralized Monitoring •Evaluates and provides coaching for all employees within scope of responsibility •Develops/implements/evaluates performance improvement activities to measure, assess and improve patient care •Assures compliance with productivity targets for inpatient nursing units
Human Relations Skills
•Must have daily contact with: Nursing staff, medical staff, department heads, and Chief Nursing Executive •Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills •Must reflect a positive, caring attitude toward clients, patients, staff and the public we serve •Evaluates and coaches reporting employees towards accomplishing major goals and objectives •Participates in various committee meetings to discuss issues impacting Nursing and Centralized Monitoring •Ability to resolve wage and salary issues •Ability to identify and resolve personnel and operational issues within Critical Care & Intermediate Care nursing units and Centralized Monitoring •Ability to comply with budgetary guidelines
•Ability to effectively communicate staff, patients, family members, etc. •Ability to meet and stay in compliance with all State, Federal, and accrediting agencies
•Develop and manage budget for Critical Care & Intermediate Care nursing units and Centralized Monitoring •Interviews, hires, and/or terminates (as appropriate) personnel •Coaches staff and provides corrective action(s) as appropriate •Establishment of policies and procedures specific to the areas of supervision •Resolve problems/issues/grievances pertaining to Critical Care & Intermediate Care nursing units and Centralized Monitoring •Maintain communication with patients, family members, staff, etc.
•Master’s Degree in Nursing or Health Administration; required •Must be obtained within 18 months of accepting position •Licensed as a Registered Nurse by the Mississippi Board of Nursing; required •Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a leadership role; required •Knowledgeable in the management of a nurse driven Vascular Access Team/Cardiology services; preferred •Extensive knowledge of Nursing Practice, Joint Commission, and CMS; preferred •Excellent organizational and communication (written and verbal) skills; required •Working knowledge of budgeting, financial analysis, goal setting, and personnel management; preferred •Working knowledge of computers and computer software (i.e. Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, etc.); required •Interaction with a patient population ranging from adolescents to geriatrics; required •Excellent interpersonal skills; required
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with experience
North Mississippi Medical Center, a 650-bed regional referral center in Tupelo, holds the distinction of being the largest, private, not-for-profit hospital in Mississippi and the largest non-metropolitan hospital in America. The medical center serves more than 730,000 people in 24 counties in north Mississippi, northwest Alabama and portions of Tennessee. NMMC-Tupelo is affiliated with North Mississippi Health Services, a 2012 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recipient.