Director of Nursing
Triad Adult & Pediatric Medicine, Inc Greensboro, NC
- Expired: December 23, 2020. Applications are no longer accepted.
Triad Adult and Pediatric Medicine, Inc. a 501(c)(3) organization and a federally qualified community health center with medical offices in Guilford and Rockingham Counties in North Carolina. We are seeking to recruit a full time Nurse Director. TAPM is looking for qualified candidates that will uphold the mission of providing comprehensive healthcare with compassion and respect to all patients.
Under administrative review, provides preliminary leadership in the overall administrative direction and coordination for policies, procedures, and programs for the TAPM clinical staff. Assists with management of financial resources in order to achieve patient outcome, as well as to promote professional development and coordination of the TAPM clinical staff. Ensures optimum utilization of facilities, space, information systems and manpower within the accomplishment of the clinic objectives.
- Provides administrative direction and coordination in the formulation, interpretation, and administration of current and long rage policies, procedures, and programs (in collaboration with the Medical and Executive Directors of TAPM).
- Ensures the delivery of nursing/patient care in accordance with education/experience, established policies and procedures, licensure/certification requirements.
- Monitors/evaluates competencies of nursing support personnel.
- Oversees schedules, task assignments, and allocations of manpower, space, and equipment to ensure conformance with departmental commitments, as established by individual sites lead nurses.
- Facilitates/monitors clinical functions/care, patient flow management, and development of procedures to ensure patient/family satisfaction.
- Follows fiscal requirements for clinic and prepares/maintains budgetary recommendations; monitors, verifies, and reconciles expenditures.
- Coordinates, compiles, and maintains variance analysis and action plan reports, as requested.
- Supervises and coordinates the clinical staff in various personnel functions, including, but not limited to hiring, orientation, performance appraisals, promotions, disciplinary actions, attendance.
- Provides preliminary leadership in the development, coordination, and successful outcomes for assigned clinical or departmental programs.
- Identifies and facilitates ongoing clinical staff training needs.
- Establishes and maintains an effective Quality Improvement Program.
- Collaborates and participates in the coordination and evaluation process of the Quality Assurance Program.
- Designs, facilitates, and monitors TQM training and education for the clinical staff.
- Participates in multi-disciplinary teams with member hospitals and county agencies to assure/improve continuum of quality care.
- Promotes team, system, and organizational goals; maintains patient confidentiality and provides superior customer service.
- Performs direct patient nursing duties (see Registered Nurse job description) when filling in for staffing shortages or when requested by Medical Director.
- Abides by all company policies regarding safety/health rules and regulations.
- Adapts to various situations and adjusts to shifting priorities.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Preparation and Training:
Job duties require a four-year degree in a nationally recognized/accredited Registered Nursing Program (BSN), plus additional broad knowledge of a specialized or technical field equivalent to at least three years of additional professional training (Masters degree preferred). Must have a working knowledge of data processing equipment, computers, telephones, and such typical office machines and equipment. Must maintain effective written, oral, and interpersonal communication and English skills. Must maintain current North Carolina RN License, CPR certification, Venipuncture Certification, IV Certification, and a valid NC driver’s license for occasional outside travel. Must also be certified to perform routine health screening physicals on the pediatric population and/or attend state-approved training for this certification within one year of employment with TAPM.
With the above skills, education, at least three years of previous clinical experience (preferably in ambulatory, family medicine, or adult medicine), and with additional progressive management experience, it would take approximately 3-5 years to become proficient with the policies, procedures, and protocol utilized by Triad Adult and Pediatric Medicine.