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Chief Nursing Officer - Hospital

Posted 2 years ago in Healthcare



Chief Nursing Officer - Hospital

Job Summary:
  • Serves as the highest level senior manager over various nursing related patient care divisions.
  • Assists the CEO and other Administrators in the development, formulation and implementation of hospital strategic plans and serves as part of the hospital's senior management team.
  • Plans, organizes and directs hospital Nursing, Nursing Education and other departments as assigned.
  • Evaluates administrative and clinical nursing procedures within the hospital.

Job Requirements:
  • Minimum five years increasingly responsible clinical or administrative nursing work in an acute care hospital setting, including at least two years in a management capacity.
  • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing; MSN preferred.
  • Proven nurse leadership skills driving accountability.

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