Providence Director of Nursing - Critical Care & Cardiology in Portland, Oregon
Providence St. Vincent Medical Center is seeking a Director of Nursing - Critical Care & Cardiology who will be accountable for the provision and quality of nursing services at the facility level with a defined area of focus, in support of Providence Health & Services System and Regional goals. This includes strategically ensuring a balance of optimal and efficient patient care; staff, patient, and physician satisfaction; and cooperative partnerships with other organizational departments and professional groups. With a constant focus on patient-centeredness and staff and patient safety, the Nursing Director creates and maintains standards and systems for care delivery at their facility. These systems of care delivery promote evidence-based practice and are designed to support the management of productivity targets within a context of constant change in patient volumes, patient acuity, and available resources. Through leading in patient care delivery and planning strategically, consistently supports efficient and effective patient care services, and achieving organizational and system goals. This includes advancing the strategic vision and goals of the Oregon Nursing Center of Excellence. Constructively manages change and promotes a team-based approach.
The critical care division is expanding, opening a brand new state of the art 16 bed ICU in January 2021 that will be a part of the heart transplant program.
The Director of Nursing - Critical Care & Cardiology will have the following accountabilities:
INTEGRATING MISSION AND VALUES.
ANA Standard: Ethics.
Identifies need for, and acts as necessary to advocate for systemic change to ensure the Mission will be viable in the future with decreasing resources.
Role models Core Values in actions, decision, and language.
Promotes an environment of hope, healing, and hospitality.
Sets standards and expectations for caring and trusting behaviors for all levels of nursing staff.
Acts as lay leader to ensure the heritage of the sponsoring religious community is told in the organization.
Acts on opportunities to extend the Mission and values other Catholic Health Care into the larger community/society.
PLANNING AND ORGANIZING.
Benner: Diagnosing and Monitoring; Administering and Monitoring Interventions.
ANA Standard: Assessment; Problems/Diagnosis; Identification of Outcomes; Planning.
Focuses organization on top critical priorities.
Anticipates future trends and consequences. Can create competitive and breakthrough strategies and plans to address future needs.
Encourages creative approaches.
Eliminated barriers for success.
Benner: Advocacy; Quality.
ANA Standard: Implementation; Quality of Care and Administrative Practice; Research.
Assures the needs and voice of the patient as the customer are heard by consistent integration of nursing in the development and achievement of organizational goals.
Advocates for public policy improving health care and nursing practice.
Establishes and maintains effective relationships with customer groups by gaining trust and respect.
Champions patient and staff safety at all levels in the organization.
Reduces variation and error through implementation of evidence-based practice models.
Continuously improves outcomes through empowerment and management of data by promoting nursing research.
Plans for and supports the implementation of technology to support clinical practice.
Benner: Teaching and Coaching; Managing Change.
ANA Standard: Professional Environment; Performance Appraisal.
Establishes and maintains a safe, supportive, and healthy environment to practice nursing throughout the region.
Creates and develops high performance teams when needed.
Gives team members appropriate responsibility, authority, freedom, and support to assure teams wins and successes.
Provides individuals information so that they can make accurate decisions in a timely manner on a regular basis.
Fosters open and direct communication that encourages dialog and supports oppositional thinking.
Employs excellent listening skills.
Steps up to conflict and is able to find common ground to achieve cooperation with minimum discord.
Creates and communicates a compelling vision of Providence Oregon Nursing that reflects the present and the future. Inspires ownership of the vision that is inclusive of all staff at all levels.
Attracts the best talent to the organization.
Advances and embraces diversity in both staff and patient populations.
Clearly assigns responsibility and authority for tasks and decisions.
Sets clear objectives and measures.
Holds people accountable for results.
DEMONSTRATING BUSINESS EFFECTIVENESS.
Benner: Organizational and Professional Development.
ANA Standard: Professional Knowledge; Collaboration; Resource Utilization.
Understands the close connection between Finance and Human Resources in attaining quality clinical outcomes. Partners with peers from these areas to provide infrastructure to reach clinical goals of excellence.
Understands how people and organizations function and is able to maneuver through complex political situations effectively. Manages up in support others throughout the organization.
Provides leadership on strategic direction and resource allocation committees and councils that affect nursing practice throughout the region.
Assures compliance with all professional, regulatory, and legal standards in development of organizational policy.
Knowledgeable about current and possible future policies, practices, trends, and information affecting health care.
Actively participates in decision making with leaders for all areas of management, finance, medical staff, and clinical focus areas to create processes and structures that support the Mission and goals of Providence Health System.
Demonstrates the ability to:
Make decisions based on fact and identified need which also support Catholic social and ethical teachings.
Make quick but sound decisions when required by a situation without sacrificing decision quality.
To handle risk and uncertainty by making decisions without all facts as necessary.
Required education/experience for this position include:
Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
Master's Degree in Nursing, or related field
6 years of experience in progressive leadership roles
National Certification from ANA or Professional Organization in relevant field of clinical expertise
Current Oregon RN License
BLS Healthcare Provider
Experience Leading a Critical Care Unit
National Certification from ANCC
Needs to have come from a larger system with 500 beds and have collective bargaining experience with unions.
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As expressions of God’s healing love, witnessed through the ministry of Jesus, we are steadfast in serving all, especially those who are poor and vulnerable.
Providence is a comprehensive not-for-profit network of hospitals, care centers, health plans, physicians, clinics, home health care and services continuing a more than 100-year tradition of serving the poor and vulnerable. Providence is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Providence does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, veteran, military status, religion, age, creed, national origin, sexual identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law.
Job Category: Nurse Lead/Supervisor/Manager
Req ID: 257973