NURSING DIRECTOR CRITICAL CARE
At our hospital, the heart of what we do centers on caring with compassion, which ultimately creates a bond between our caregivers and patients. Everyone contributes to these moments, whether providing care directly or supporting those who do.
As an organization, we provide employees with resources, tools, and support to serve our patients and customers in the best way possible. We also take care of one another, helping team members further develop their career pathways and maximize their potential.
We are a community built on care. Our caregivers and supporting staff extend compassion to those in need, helping to improve the health and well-being of those we serve, and provide comfort and healing. Your community is our community.
Today, we are leading health system and services platform that continues to evolve in lockstep with community need. The hospital's operations include three businesses - our hospitals and physicians, USPI and Conifer Health Solutions.
Our impact spreads far and deep with 65 hospitals and approximately 510 outpatient centers and additional sites of care. We are differentiated by our top-notch medical specialists and service lines that are tailored within each community we serve. The work Conifer is doing will help provide the foundation for better health for clients across the country, through the delivery of healthcare-focused revenue cycle management and value-based care solutions.
Welcome to Abrazo Health Network, where making a real difference in people's lives is at the heart of everything we do. Beyond just medical treatments, we believe in the power of genuine relationships and heartfelt compassion. It's what sets us apart and makes us truly special.
When you join our team, you're not just stepping into a job – you're becoming part of a community that uplifts and supports each other every day. We know that healthcare requires a unique blend of talent and dedication, and we are fully committed to providing an environment that enriches and rewards your journey.
Picture yourself among the brightest healthcare professionals, all united by a common purpose: caring for our community with unwavering commitment. At Abrazo Health, you won't just find colleagues; you'll find awe-inspiring teammates who share your passion for making a meaningful impact.
Nursing Director ICU Position Summary
Department administrator. Establishes and enforces policies, procedures, standards and objectives. Directs and supervises staff as well as workflow. Position has budgetary or fiscal accountability. Responsible 24 hours a day for the ongoing effective operation of the assigned Nursing department by exerting a leadership role which supports the hospital’s mission, vision, goals and objectives, while focusing on the patients, physicians, employees, volunteers and the community as customers. Ongoing accountability for the continuous assessment, improvement, coordination and integration of the department services and standards of care into the hospital’s primary function. Position is responsible for approving timekeeping, employee evaluation, meeting applicable regulatory standards, approving supply orders and department strategic planning.
Supervises: Nursing staff.
THE NURSING DIRECTOR ICU CANDIDATE WILL POSSESS THE FOLLOWING EDUCATION, LICENSE/CERTIFICATIONS, AND EXPERIENCE.
MINIMUM EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in nursing, Business Administration, Management or related field, or equivalent minimum experience requirements.
PREFERRED EDUCATION: MSN
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: Five years' experience in nursing management in a hospital setting with three years supervisory experience required.
REQUIRED CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSURE: Current Arizona Registered Nurse License.
REQUIRED COURSE(S) TRAINING: For Wound Care: Training in wound care and hyperbaric therapy from a nationally recognized provider.
PREFERRED CERTIFICATIONS/REGISTRATION: For Wound Care - WOCN
Active and current registered nurse license in the state of residence/practice. Has highly effective interpersonal and communication skills, proven leadership ability and hospital operational ability, and ability to serve as role model and advocate for the professional discipline of nursing.
Required: Associate degree from an accredited nursing school with a bachelor's degree in a health care related field or a BSN.
Preferred: MSN or master’s in a health care related field.
Required: 2 years of progressive management experience in a hospital environment as a manager or full-time charge nurse/related position.
Required: Currently licensed, certified, or registered to practice profession as required by law, regulation in state of practice or policy; CPR.
Base Salary - USD $100,000 to $135,000
Benefits - Full
Relocation Assistance Available