CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS Registered Nurse (RN) Illinois. National Nursing Certification must be obtained within four (4) years of start date in position if a Registered Nurse. Attend and satisfactorily complete all required continuing education regarding the care of acute stroke patients.
EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS Five (5) years Healthcare. Proven strong leadership and communication skill set with strong systems assessment and problem solving skills. Ability to interpret and assimilate clinical/business information from varied sources in order to communicate with providers, nursing, and administrators as well as evaluate if metrics are achieved. Experience in designing, implementing and evaluation of educational & quality programs. Ability to lead physicians, administrators, and staff.
OTHER REQUIREMENTS Leads multidisciplinary teams to achieve strategic, clinical, programmatic and quality outcomes. Strong presentation skills with various audiences; physicians/providers, hospital administrators, nurses, community members, interdepartmental leaders, etc. Strong clinical background and critical thinking skills. Ability to problem solve in a team environment and lead change. Demonstrates independence, responsibility, accountability and good judgment. Demonstration of Division Core Principles: Partnership, Access, Service Expertise and Value.
Manages operations of department and ensures standards of quality and service are provided in accordance with organizational goals and priorities.
Resolves work related issues or assists employees in solving work related issues.
Determines fiscal requirements and prepares an annual budget for the department(s). Monitors, verifies and reconciles expenditures and revenues. Prepares financial performs as needed.
Initiates personnel actions for hires, promotions, transfers, discharges, performance evaluations, and disciplinary measures. Ensures staff members are adequately trained and are competent to perform all required job tasks.
Implements Carle Experience initiatives related to improving patient satisfaction and employee engagement
Performs on-going quality audits related to initiatives of the Carle organization
Manages the provider schedules of the branch ensuring appropriate patient intervals and contact hours
Teams with branch dyad partner ensuring effective branch operations
Works closely with the Diabetes Program ensuring quality services and reporting for continued accreditation
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