Nurse Director of Critical Care

A position for Director of Critical Care is now available at a top hospital in near the New Jersey shore.

This 360-bed, nationally recognized hospital seeks an experienced team leader to oversee their ICU & CCU departments. This is a ground floor opportunity for a Nurse Leader to be part of the hospitals large expansion project. Much of the expansion is focused on the building of a new Medical Tower, which will include new Cardiac and Critical Care Units.

The Director of Critical Care must be Master's prepared, with excellent and proven managerial skills in this area.  A focus on quality measures and patient safety is paramount. This Nurse leader will also be a mentor and teacher, dedicated to advancing the careers of the unit staff forward. An eye for policy detail and excellent customer-service skills is crucial.

Nurse leaders with excellent knowledge and skills related to Critical Care at a busy hospital with outstanding quality metrics will be considered for this exciting position. Experience guiding staff through Joint Commission Surveys and other regulatory standards is important to the hospital in selecting this Director of Critical Care.

The Director of Critical Care will consult with staff, physicians and the CNO on nursing problems and interpretation of hospital policies to ensure patient needs are met.  They will be charged with the maintenance performance improvement activities within the department and participate in CQI activities.  Budget formulation will also be a responsibility of this Nurse Director.

The Director of Critical Care will be responsible for managing staff and will have full accountability for all patient care activities. Experience with improving patient outcomes and employee satisfaction is a must.

This innovative hospital is located near the ocean and New York City and employees enjoy living near a major metropolitan area with access to unlimited recreational activities.

The hospital is prepared to move fast with the right candidate and will offer a generous compensation package and a wide range of benefits.



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