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Emergency Department Director in Colorado

Oversight of two Critical Access Hospitals 30 miles apart

Responsible for quality patient care and overall operation of the Emergency Department.

Manages staff in the Emergency Department, provides management of operational and nursing activities, and, supports staffing needs as required.

This position consults with staff, physicians and the CNO on all aspects of staff performance to ensure the highest quality of Patient Care.

Provides solid interpretation and guidance of hospital policies to ensure patient needs are met.

Current RN license in the state of Colorado.

BSN required.

Three (3) years or more years’ experience in all aspects of critical care nursing preferred.

Previous Management experience required.

Current BLS Certification.

Current ACLS Certification.

Current TNCC Certification.

Current PALS or ENPC Certification.

Level IV Trauma Center

Annual ER visits: 5,500 and 1,750 5 ED Bays and 3 ED Bays
28-30 FTE’s.

 

Director of Clinical Services for Heart and Vascular in Michigan

Relocation Assistance

Large Catholic Health System-Magnet Facility
Qualifications:

Cardiology is important but most important to have strong leadership skills with evidence of managing multiple departments in a complex environment.

Would like cath lab experience if at all possible or peri-op.

Must haves: strong leadership experience and evidence of creating positive relationships with staff and wide range of physician specialties and personalities.

Experience managing multiple different physician relationships both employed and independent groups; managing within a regional and large complex national health care company.

BSN required as well as a Master’s degree

Previous Management experience required

 
Administrative Director of Engineering & Facilities in Virginia

This position will oversee 3 acute care facilities in the Richmond area

Requirements:

Work requires a level of knowledge that is equivalent to that which would generally be acquired through completion of a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering, or Construction Management. (Required)

Must have acute care hospital experience.

Knowledge of all systems and procedures used in Construction, Plant Operations and Maintenance at a level generally acquired during five to seven years of progressively more responsible experience, with experience in a hospital or medical center setting required.

Requires a working knowledge of all construction assemblies, procedures of in-place products, systems, components required of all divisions, and all crafts.

Previous supervisory and/or managerial work experience in order to represent the Health System to outside agencies required.

Must be Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) licensed or eligible to take the exam within a year.

Will be eligible for and earn within three years the Operations Performance.

Management Professional (OPMP) Designation from the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).

Designation will be maintained through the attainment of continuing education units for the duration of employment.

 
Laboratory Director opportunity in Central Washington

Critical Access Hospital

There are a total of three full-time FTEs (two of which work every day during the week and only one works the weekend shifts).

In addition, we have one pool Lab Tech and are currently looking for additional pool Lab Techs. Our Lab supports our Acute Care unit, our Emergency Department and our Family Practice Clinic.

Current Director is retiring after 40 years of service!
Qualifications:

Must have at least four (4) years of Medical Technologist experience in similar or larger organization(s), plus two (2) years in a lead capacity.

Must possess exceptional verbal, analytical and interpersonal skills that align with hospital’s Shared Values.

Must possess specific knowledge of Lab operations per Washington State Department of Health requirements, WACs, etc.

Must have demonstrated ability to achieve fiscal, productivity, quality, legal, regulatory, and other dashboard benchmarks.

Must have demonstrated favorable results in patient, staff and physician satisfaction.

Must be proficient in the use of computer systems required to operationally manage and report on the operations of the Lab.
Education:

ASCP certification.

Bachelor’s degree in a health related field, Medical Technology preferred.
 
Director of Surgical Services in Utah

Requirements:

Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing.

Must possess a current Utah State RN license, BSN, or Masters preferred.

Must be a RN who can circulate.

Must have current ACLS Certification.

Current BLS (CPR) issued by American Red Cross or American Heart Association Healthcare Provider.

Must have at least 5 years clinical nursing experience in Surgical Services with at least 5 years’ experience in the management of operations and budgets preferred, or the ability to learn and demonstrate proficiency after successful completion of a training program.

Small community hospital of 40 beds.

4 OR’s and do approximately 170 cases/month.

Will also oversee SDS/PACU, Endo and CP.

 
Director of Health Information Services in Minnesota

Reports to: CFO

FTE’s: 13 (all non-management)

Qualifications:

A qualified candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree in Health information Management or equivalent.

RHIA or Registered Records Administrator certificate.

Prior experience in Health Information Services.

Director Position in Texas
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

Master’s Degree in health related field required. Valid Texas nursing license.

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
Five years’ hospital or health care related experience with a minimum of three years management.

Experience in leading hospital or system DNV activities required.

Must be able to demonstrate skills related to statistical and systems analysis.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED

Current Texas license or certification in specialty area of practice highly recommended.

CPHQ preferred.

TX RN License (Will accept compact Nurse license)

 
Acute Care Clinical RN Manager (Interim or Permanent) Position in Illinois 

Qualifications:

BS in nursing or MS preferred.

Charge nurse experience with previous managerial experience preferred.

Two or more years’ clinical experience or equivalent.

Able to mentor staff in performance of their job roles.

Good conflict management and communication skills.

Must have multiple service line experience.

Reporting Relationship: Unit RNs, CNAs, Unit Secretaries, Monitor TECHs.

Manager will have 70-80 direct reports (they will have a Clinical Coordinator that will assist with Admin duties)

 

Labor and Delivery RN Manager Opening in Illinois

100+ bed, not for profit community hospital

1,350 deliveries per year

70 FTE’s

Reports to CNO
Job Requirements:

Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree

Current and unrestricted RN license for the state of Illinois

Charge nurse experience with previous managerial experience preferred.

CPR, ACLS, PALS and NRP current certifications.

Able to mentor staff in performance of their job roles.

Good conflict management and communication skills.

Bi-lingual Spanish speaking language skills, preferred

Contact:

 

Tina Roberts, President
JONATHAN CHASE EXECUTIVE SEARCH

 
588 Sutter Street, Suite 349
San Francisco, CA 94102

 
(415) 770-1200
(415) 684-2526

 
tinaroberts@contactjc.com

 

 

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