Job Opening for a Regional Director of Clinical Resources – Nursing Resource Office located in Washington State.
- Organization is looking for a Regional Director of Clinical Resources (1.0 FTE, Day Shift) to work in the Nursing Resource Office.
- The Regional Director of Clinical Resources is responsible for the guidance, leadership, oversight, and monitoring of scheduling, staffing, and timekeeping services across the region.
- Participate with the Regional Chief Nursing Officer and Chief Nursing Officers to establish Regional Nursing vision, direction, and priorities.
- Create a vision and strategies that will assure adequate numbers of appropriately prepared nursing personnel.
- Be accountable for all aspects of agency contracts from recruitment, clinical outcomes, service level agreements, compliance, and invoicing to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.
- Develop and implement staffing analytics process to assure appropriate core schedules are developed and maintained across the region.
- Develop common standards, protocols, policies and procedures for alignment of staffing offices across the region.
- Ensure the deployment of scheduling and staffing best practices across the region.
- Assist the core leaders with workforce planning.
- Support patient safety initiatives and throughput optimization by assuring the appropriate number and appropriately skilled staff are available in a timely manner.
- Act as a collaborative partner with core leaders in the management and oversight of approved productivity targets and tactics for achieving these targets
- Be accountable to develop and operate the regional nurse resource program as well as staffing and timekeeping services.
- Serve as System operations lead to provide expertise, oversight, and management of external nursing resource vendor contracts.
- Partner with Human Resources and Regional Director of Clinical Education and Practice to build external relationships that support successful recruitment.
- Develop and implements the goals and objectives for the Nursing Resource Office, working collaboratively with Nurse Executives.
- Develop an integrated process for preparing and implementing strategic plans for Nursing Resource Office.
- Periodically reviews and updates strategic plans to reflect changing customer needs and strategic opportunities.
- Prepare department(s) capital equipment budget and operating budgets.
- Monitor operating statements to assure that budgetary goals are met and that significant deviations are adequately understood with appropriate action taken.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
- Master’s Degree in Nursing, Healthcare Administration, or Business Administration
- 5 years of experience in acute care leadership/management, preferably with significant exposure to nurse staffing, scheduling, and payroll functions, including effective collaboration with supplemental staffing vendors.
- Ability to analyze and interpret financial data
- Demonstrate analytical skills
- In depth working knowledge of staffing analytics processes and staffing/scheduling/timekeeping systems for Nursing and Allied Health.
- The ability to negotiate favorable outcomes in a complex environment, while involving key stakeholders in decisions and assuring timely decisions.
- Ability to establish relationships with diverse groups, strong communication, and good listening skills is essential.
- Demonstrates knowledge of healthcare reimbursement principles, information systems, cost management, quality improvement, and customer service concepts in a complex matrixed organization.
- Knowledge of computer systems is strongly desired.
- Experience working in a unionized environment
- Experience operating at a multi-facility level
- License and Certification qualifications for this position include:
- Current, unencumbered license as RN in the State of Washington.
- Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers from American Heart Association
Competitive Salary Range!
Executive & Management Recruitment Services
(415) 770-1200 – call/text