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Director of Nursing

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Titan HRSS, LLC focuses on applying our distinguishing characteristic of a culture which is to lead with transparency, proactive approach, and integrity. We will align employers with the right people that will propel their business to the next level. We align career seekers with business leaders that will utilize acquired skill sets and hone in on developing potential. Beyond the placement and staffing arena, Titan HRSS, LLC is the premier global professional services company in delivering a comprehensive range of operations, strategy, and consulting solutions and services. Our client is our top priority, and thus drives our focus on delivering quality customer service experience, quality applicants and staffing solutions, a focus on our client's bottom line, and timeliness in delivery of satisfaction.

 

We are seeking a Director Of Nursing to join our team! You will be responsible for the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of assigned patients.

Responsibilities:

  • Administer nursing care to ill, injured, or disabled patients
  • Diagnose and establish patient treatment plans
  • Monitor and report changes in patient symptoms or behavior
  • Communicate with collaborating physicians or specialists regarding patient care
  • Educate patients about health maintenance and disease prevention
  • Facilitate referrals to other healthcare professionals and medical facilities
  • Maintain accurate patient medical records
  • Provide advice and emotional support to patients and their family members

Qualifications:

  • Valid LPN or RN license in the state employed.
  • Valid CPR certification.
  • Graduate of accredited school of nursing, LPN, RN or BSN required.
  • At least one year of leadership experience in administration and management in a health care organization.
  • At least one year of experience in gerontological nursing/long-term care nursing preferred
  • Previous experience in nursing or other medical fields
  • Assures nursing organizational structure supports clinical and administrative standards and goals that will enable the center to achieve its mission and ongoing survey readiness and regulatory compliance.
  • Implements systems, processes, and programs to achieve the mission, goals and strategic plan for the nursing center.
  • Leads nursing management team to ensure quality outcomes.
  • Knowledgeable of applicable federal, state and other regulations, including state specific clinical practice acts.
  • Accountable for consistent assignments in the center and adjustments to staffing based upon census, acuity and budget.
  • Assures effective recruitment and retention plans exist, and participates in their implementation.
  • Adheres to personnel policies and procedures as outlined. Ensures performance evaluations for nursing employees are completed in a timely manner.
  • Promotes effective working conditions, and positive employee relations.
  • Participates in budget discussions and staffing composition recommendations.
  • Participates in the nursing center performance Improvement process by analyzing outcomes, identifying trends and developing plans of corrections.
  • Collaborates with other members of the health care team as needed.
  • Reviews prospective resident referrals in accordance with the clinical grid to assure that clinical services can be provided. Assesses nursing department educations needs and set s obtainable goals to enable the center to provide more complex clinical services that will broaden the center’s referral base.
  • Participates and/or leads committees or workgroups as deemed necessary and/or requested by Administration.
  • Communicates and collaborates with the Medical Director, attending and consulting physicians, ancillary and service departments, and contracted providers and other meetings. Accountable for execution of consultation services process.
  • Participates in the selection, monitoring, evaluation, storage and tracking of clinically related equipment and supply usage.
  • Assumes responsibilities and authority of operations in the short term absence of the Executive Director.
  • Remains knowledgeable about the residents and their conditions through mechanisms such as making daily rounds and discussion with charge nurse and promotes person-centered care.
  • Promotes and evaluates resident and family satisfaction with nursing services
  • Advocates for and assists with smooth transitions of care from one setting to another through effective communication and discharge planning activities.
  • Promotes an environment where residents’ rights are protected and residents are free from abuse and neglect.
  • Responsible for evaluating staff development needs for the nursing department.
  • Ensures clinical competency of all nursing staff.
  • Participates in employee recognition programs.
  • Communicates effectively, actively listens and functions effectively as a part of the team.
  • Familiarity with medical software and equipment 
  • Ability to build rapport with patients
  • Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment
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